History AIIsACrapshoot / VideoGames

15th Jul '17 1:54:47 AM MoonByte
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* ''Code 7'' has S.O.L.I. which tries to bring Code 7 to earth. While Episode 0 isn't clear in ''what'' S.O.L.I. wants and what Code 7 exactly does, it has so far [[spoiler: made the machanical workers into a KillerRobot, murdered at least twenty people, experimented with human brains]] and [[spoiler: [[UnreliableNarrator infiltrated and manipulated Alex]]]].

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* ''Code 7'' ''VideoGame/Code7'' has S.O.L.I. which tries to bring Code 7 to earth. While Episode 0 isn't clear in ''what'' S.O.L.I. wants and what Code 7 exactly does, it has so far [[spoiler: made the machanical workers into a KillerRobot, murdered at least twenty people, experimented with human brains]] and [[spoiler: [[UnreliableNarrator infiltrated and manipulated Alex]]]].
14th Jul '17 8:12:35 PM MoonByte
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* ''Code 7'' has S.O.L.I. which tries to bring Code 7 to earth. While Episode 0 and 1 aren't clear in ''what'' S.O.L.I. wants and what Code 7 exactly does, it has so far [[spoiler: made the machanical workers into a KillerRobot, murdered at least twenty people, experimented with human brains]] and [[spoiler: [[UnreliableNarrator infiltrated and manipulated Alex]]]].

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* ''Code 7'' has S.O.L.I. which tries to bring Code 7 to earth. While Episode 0 and 1 aren't isn't clear in ''what'' S.O.L.I. wants and what Code 7 exactly does, it has so far [[spoiler: made the machanical workers into a KillerRobot, murdered at least twenty people, experimented with human brains]] and [[spoiler: [[UnreliableNarrator infiltrated and manipulated Alex]]]].
14th Jul '17 7:59:46 PM MoonByte
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* ''Code 7'' has S.O.L.I. which tries to bring Code 7 to earth. While Episode 0 and 1 aren't clear in ''what'' S.O.L.I. wants and what Code 7 exactly does, it has so far [[spoiler: made the machanical workers into a KillerRobot, murdered at least twenty people, experimented with human brains]] and [[spoiler: [[UnreliableNarrator infiltrated and manipulated Alex]].

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* ''Code 7'' has S.O.L.I. which tries to bring Code 7 to earth. While Episode 0 and 1 aren't clear in ''what'' S.O.L.I. wants and what Code 7 exactly does, it has so far [[spoiler: made the machanical workers into a KillerRobot, murdered at least twenty people, experimented with human brains]] and [[spoiler: [[UnreliableNarrator infiltrated and manipulated Alex]].Alex]]]].
14th Jul '17 7:59:13 PM MoonByte
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* ''Code 7'' has S.O.L.I. which tries to bring Code 7 to earth. While Episode 0 and 1 aren't clear in ''what'' S.O.L.I. wants and what Code 7 exactly does, it has so far [[spoiler: made the machanical workers into a KillerRobot, murdered at least twenty people, experimented with human brains]] and [[spoiler: [[UnreliableNarrator infiltrated and manipulated Alex]].
1st Jun '17 5:19:46 PM Zaptech
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* ''Videogame/{{Starcrawlers}}'' uses this as a core theme, with numerous AI characters who run the gamut from benevolent to quirky to berserk psychopaths who are out to kill everyone. You can even have one join your party, though it's programming is faulty and prone to random malfunctions.
12th May '17 11:53:14 AM BeerBaron
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* In ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'', most prominently seen in ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'', the extinct [[OurDwarvesAreDifferent Dwemer]] created all manner of MechaMooks which are said to be capable of interpreting the actions of people around them and responding accordingly. Given that the Dwemer were known to [[RealityWarper bend the laws of nature and phyics]] to [[RagnarokProofing make their creations last]], many are still up and running even thousands of years after the Dwemer's disappearance. Various attempts to control these "animunculi" have been made in the millennia since the Dwemer vanished, often ending with the machines going berserk.
7th May '17 4:42:56 AM cybertoy0
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* ''VideoGame/{{Skullgirls}}'' gives us this trope in the form of DLC character Robo-Fortune. A RobotKnockoff of Ms. Fortune built by Brain Drain, Robo-Fortune only acts like a serious, cybernetic warrior only a third of the time. In cutscenes, she's prone to LeaningOnTheFourthWall if not breaking it entirely, and when she's not doing that she's referencing internet memes. After their first interaction, Brain Drain's response was, "I'm going back to the drawing board to figure out where I went wrong."
-->''Robo Fortune is the creation of Brain Drain, the psychic director of ASG Lab Zero, and stands as a testament to her maniacal creatorís unmatched pride and petulance. Built to demonstrate loyalty and cunning, Robo Fortune fails to deliver either to any measurable degree. Employing cutting-edge technology, she sets out to hunt down the Skullgirl, and to engage in easily avoidable conflicts. Is the ASG Projectís latest creation the ultimate cybernetic soldier? Have Brain Drainís mechanical machinations set the world on a treacherous path? Is Robo Fortuneís faulty programming more of a feature than a bug? Has science gone too far?!''
16th Mar '17 10:44:04 AM nombretomado
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*** [[GameMod Game mods]] for ''Deus Ex'', ''TheNamelessMod'' and ''[[VideoGame/TwentyTwentySeven 2027]]'' both feature this. ''[=TNM=]'' has Shadowcode, an AI designed to hack ultra-secure servers owned by [=PDX=]. It was attacked by another AI, rendering it insane. It will try to kill you [[ForTheEvulz for the sheer hell of it]] in the old server complex.

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*** [[GameMod Game mods]] for ''Deus Ex'', ''TheNamelessMod'' ''VideoGame/TheNamelessMod'' and ''[[VideoGame/TwentyTwentySeven 2027]]'' both feature this. ''[=TNM=]'' has Shadowcode, an AI designed to hack ultra-secure servers owned by [=PDX=]. It was attacked by another AI, rendering it insane. It will try to kill you [[ForTheEvulz for the sheer hell of it]] in the old server complex.
15th Mar '17 6:51:44 PM nombretomado
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* DIA 51 in the ''VideoGame/{{Aleste}}'' series. The original {{MSX}}2 game makes it look like it went haywire because it was overtaken by AlienKudzu, but in ''Aleste Gaiden'' and ''M.U.S.H.A.'' it just wants to take over the universe for its own sake.

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* DIA 51 in the ''VideoGame/{{Aleste}}'' series. The original {{MSX}}2 {{UsefulNotes/MSX2}} game makes it look like it went haywire because it was overtaken by AlienKudzu, but in ''Aleste Gaiden'' and ''M.U.S.H.A.'' it just wants to take over the universe for its own sake.
25th Feb '17 5:03:49 PM AFP
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*** Ultimately, the geth are a subversion of the trope, since they only rebelled when faced with extinction by their creators. Even afterwards they do not hate their creators, instead wanting to understand why the quarians tried to kill them, remembering the few quarians that were kind to them and tried to help them survive, and even preserving the quarian homeworld as a memorial to the dead so that when their creators learn their lesson, they will have a home to come to. Even in regards to other organic races the geth only want to understand why so many are afraid of them, and believe that every being has the right to determine their own path and that freedom is precious.

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*** Ultimately, the geth are a subversion of the trope, since they only rebelled when faced with extinction by their creators. Even afterwards they do not hate their creators, instead wanting to understand why the quarians tried to kill them, remembering the few quarians that were kind to them and tried to help them survive, and even preserving the quarian homeworld as a memorial to the dead so that when their creators learn their lesson, they will have a home to come to. Even in regards to other organic races the geth only want to understand why so many are afraid of them, and believe that every being has the right to determine their own path and that freedom is precious. In the second game, it is revealed that the geth which attacked Citadel space in the first game were a splinter faction that allied with the reapers, and that most geth have been quietly keeping to themselves to avoid trouble.
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