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Grendizer - Dynamic Superobot Wars and Dynamic Heroes
... returns in 2002 in the 6th chapter of "Dynamic Superobot Wars" and in 2004 in Dynamic Heroes (ダイナミックヒーローズ, Dainamikku Hi^ro^zu) — also ...
Dragon Slayer - History - Legend of Heroes To Legend of Xanadu (1989-1995)
... Subsequent Legend of Heroes games dropped their association with the Dragon Slayer series ... the action-oriented gameplay of most other Dragon Slayer titles, the Legend of Heroes titles use turn-based combat, while the 1991 title Lord Monarch on the other hand was an early real-time strategy ...
"Heroes" - Production and Style
... Recorded at Hansa Tonstudio in what was then West Berlin, "Heroes" reflected the zeitgeist of the Cold War, symbolised by the divided city ... Though "Heroes" included a number of dark and atmospheric instrumentals such as "Sense of Doubt" and "Neuköln", after the melancholy and inward-looking Low it was regarded as a highly passionate and positive ... This was evident not only through ""Heroes"" the song but in the rocking opener "Beauty and the Beast" (released as the second single in January 1978 ...
Imperivm: Great Battles Of Rome - Gameplay - Battles - Heroes
... Unlike normal military units, heroes are generally stronger and more valuable in battle ... In addition, heroes arrange armies in specific formations that provide their units with an additional bonus when executing the stand ground command ...
Gunstar Heroes - Versions and Releases
... Shortly after its original release, Gunstar Heroes made its way to Sega's handheld machine, Game Gear ... on December 17, 2004 as a part of the Sega Honpo series, titled "Sega Game Honpo Gunstar Heroes" (セガゲーム本舗 ガンスターヒーローズ?) ... toreja bokkusu?), it contained Gunstar Heroes prominently (to the extent of it being on the front cover), along with Dynamite Headdy and Alien Soldier ...

Famous quotes containing the word heroes:

    Many heroes lived before Agamemnon; but all are unknown and unwept, extinguished in everlasting night, because they have no spirited chronicler.
    Horace [Quintus Horatius Flaccus] (65–8 B.C.)

    Cowards suffer, heroes enjoy.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The heroes of the world community are not those who withdraw when difficulties ensue, not those who can envision neither the prospect of success nor the consequence of failure—but those who stand the heat of battle, the fight for world peace through the United Nations.
    Hubert H. Humphrey (1911–1978)