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Castlevania's Bizarre Adventure
« on: August 13, 2013, 02:27:57 PM »
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Lets find Jojo's Bizarre Adventure references?

Ive discovered this one today, since I've only really watched Jojo this year, since they aired a TV series. So I dont know much about the CPS3 game nor Jojo Part III.

This attack is based on a Stand from Jojo Part III, I've seem it in CV wiki and it makes sense:


This one too
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I noticed this one by myself, the Stone Mask is based in the stone masks that transform people in vampire in Jojo:



The funny part is that they have been added since SOTN, but in PoR they appear on a deseertic area with a pyramid, in Jojo these masks and their creators come from pyramids when first shown too.

If we stop to think, this trend began since Rondo of Blood.
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Re: Castlevania's Bizarre Adventure
« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2013, 06:40:42 PM »
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Only shows how FABULOUS Jojo is. So influential and loved!

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Re: Castlevania's Bizarre Adventure
« Reply #2 on: August 13, 2013, 06:57:37 PM »
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Maria's attack comes from Young Maria's Attack from Rondo of Blood.
Young Maria's mirage attack, a ninja girl, comes from Yae's Attack from Goemon.

Ganbare Goemon 4- Ocean Fortress (Yae's Puyo Puyo Boss Fight)

Not sure if any of these precedes Jojo, however.
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Re: Castlevania's Bizarre Adventure
« Reply #3 on: August 13, 2013, 07:52:25 PM »
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Thanks, I knew that Maria attack came from Youg Maria since I've played Rondo before SOTN for PSP :P

Nice, so someone needs to edit CV Wiki, since this one I got from there. So maybe this trend started in truly in SOTN and this mirage thing doesnt have anything to do with Jojo? Maybe its a mixed reference, like referencing 2 things in one? (like Simon from Contra for Genesis, where they tried to pay homage to Simon from Castlevania and Simon, a japanese singer.)
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