He finds Buddy on a desolate island, being cared for by his father, whom Brad promptly kills in a Joy fueled rage.
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Each party member has a different playstyle; for example, the anti-Joy crusader Ajeet's standard attacks are various Pokes that do no damage but provide guaranteed status effects on the enemy, and as such his only method of direct damage is through his special moves. Regardless of player choice, Bolo is unsuccessful, and is killed: either by Buddy or by a mutated creature nicknamed "Sweetheart".
Subsequently, various hallucinations, implied to be the byproduct of the drug "Joy" appear taking the form of Brad, the protagonist of "The Painful" and Rando.
Buzzo is also spreading an addictive drug named Joy across the wasteland. Yado had in his possession, which stops Joy's mutagenic effects.
Plot[ edit ] At the start of the game, the player controls named Bradley Armstrong. Following the kidnapping of Buddy by associates of Rando alongside Buddy's slaughter of a village inhabited by pacifists, Rando leaves Buddy, presumably due to his distaste for the senselessness of the violence she seeks to unleash upon Olathe. Brad also repeatedly encounters a man called Buzzo, who forces him to make serious choices which often have deep story or gameplay consequences. Lisa features a combination of traditional turn-based RPG combat in a 2D side-scrolling overworld.
The First has been described by its creator as a " Yume Nikki clone", as it borrows ificant influence from Yume Nikki in structure. Beneath the charming and funny exterior is a world full of disgust and moral destruction. Development[ edit ] Prior to the game Lisa, Dingaling had created another game called Lisa that saw release as freeware on October 9, Brad finally reaches Buddy, and she blames him for ruining her chances at freedom alongside Rando.
The loss of Brad's dungaling drastically lowers his stats and increases his Joy withdrawal frequency. These choices permanently effect the game play. After defeating all of the game's warlords, Buddy confronts gamez man named Dr. He accompanies Buddy as she tries to become the most powerful person in Olathe by killing the warlords ruling it, despite Rando's disapproval. Brad and Buddy are later reunited, and Brad realizes that Buddy left on her own due to Brad's controlling attitude.
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Dingalint life-ruining gaming experience. The departure of his mother le to Bradley and his younger sister, Lisa being abused and neglected by their father, Martin Armstrong. As Brad dies, he asks if he did the right thing, and the player chooses whether Buddy hugs him or not in response a choice which has no further gameplay or story impact.
After hearing Buddy stole a boat and presumably went out to sea, Brad even makes one of his own, and while gamea party members are asleep, sets off alone. Buddy's real father, Yado is a mad scientist who created Joy, and likely caused the Flash.
You shall not pass!
This is what made him torment Brad throughout the first game. Yado is unable to do this however, and while talking to Buddy after his defeat, he is suddenly betrayed and killed by Buzzo, who renounced both of their evil actions.
Throughout the game, flashback scenes depict a pre-apocalyptic Olathe, shedding light on Brad's early life, including his upbringing alongside his younger sister Lisa and their relationship with their abusive father Marty. When cingaling reaches land, Brad finds Rando, who found Buddy and took her under the care of him and his forces.
Brad and certain party members are addicted to a drug named Joy that can drastically increase their power, but gives them serious withdrawals when unused.
Yado, a trumpet-playing professor who is seen in secret locations as an easter egg in Lisa: The Painful. After the credits it is revealed that Brad has transformed into a Joy Mutant. Gameplay[ edit ] Brad using the combo-based "Armstrong Style" in combat against an enemy snake. Depending on the player's choices, Brad can lose one or both of his arms, or dignaling of his party members. When Buddy escapes yet again, he uses a corpse as a flotation device to follow her.
During his mission to find Buddy, Brad meets many different characters, some of whom may be recruited as party members by the player to be used in combat.
Despite the odds, Brad massacres Rando's forces, and then Rando himself. Either choice ends the game with a cutscene that changes depending on what was selected. Following an unseen cataclysmic event known as "The Flash", Brad, now a middle aged man living with his friends in a post-apocalypse devoid of women and therefore a manner in which for humanity to reproducediscovers a baby girl laying in the wasteland. Countless hidden secrets in the world for you to explore.
Upon the game's release, both games received alternative names, Dinyaling The First and Lisa: The Painful respectively, to distinguish them. Unexpectedly, Brad's party members arrive, and try to convince him to stop and let Rando take care of Buddy. He then mutates due to his secret Joy dingalimg, though he commits suicide via biting off his own neck. The original Lisa is varied ificantly from Painful, featuring a much greater emphasis on exploration and focuses upon the relationship between the titular Lisa, a recurring character throughout the series, and her father Marty both of whom appear within future installments of the series.
There are thirty different possible companions, but all of them except for Brad are susceptible to permanent death through either scripted events such as Russian Roulette or against certain enemies, who will occasionally use permanent-kill moves. In battle, Brad and some of ganes companions are able to use combination attacks using the "Dial Combo" system, allowing the player to press a sequence of keys to use powerful attacks like fireballs. He used Buzzo to spread Joy throughout Olathe in an attempt to destroy post-Flash civilization, with the end goal being that he could rule the world.
Other party members use a variety gamws techniques for both offense and defense, and applying status effects such as poison or paralysis. If you want to save a party member from death, you will have to sacrifice the strength of your character. Despite realizing Buddy's distaste towards him, Brad pushes forwards, with his past trauma causing him to desperately fear that harm will befall Buddy.
Brad's friends plead for him to give the child to Rando, a famous warlord commanding a vast army of soldiers, although Brad refuses, instead raising the young girl he nicknames "Buddy" in secret, dimgaling she is eventually found and kidnapped, leading Brad to embark across Olathe to rescue her. Throughout the game, Brad is forced to make choices that affect the core mechanics of gameplay.
The ending the player receives depends on whether they elected to play on Pain Mode or use the drug Joy. The overworld features an assortment of settlements with shops and bars, where potential party members can often be found.