History AmbiguouslyGay / VideoGames

23rd Apr '17 8:26:27 PM nombretomado
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2nd Apr '17 10:33:29 AM MyFinalEdits
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** Maya Fey never had shown any romantic interest in any guy (her relationship with Phoenix is clearly stated to be LikeBrotherAndSister) but she ''does'' have a moment when in ''Justice For All'' she claims that "even she wants confess her love" for Regina. She's also one of two people to call Iris beautifull, with the other having pretty clear crush on her.

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** Maya Fey never had shown any romantic interest in any guy (her relationship with Phoenix is clearly stated to be LikeBrotherAndSister) but she ''does'' have a moment when in ''Justice For All'' she claims that "even she wants confess her love" for Regina. She's also one of two people to call Iris beautifull, beautiful, with the other having pretty clear crush on her.
2nd Apr '17 1:20:47 AM NNinja
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** Maya Fey never had shown any romantic interest in any guy (her relationship with Phoenix is clearly stated to be LikeBrotherAndSister) but she ''does'' have a moment when in ''Justice For All'' she claims that "even she wants confess her love" for Regina. She's also one of two people to call Iris beatifull, with the other having pretty clear crush on her.

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** Maya Fey never had shown any romantic interest in any guy (her relationship with Phoenix is clearly stated to be LikeBrotherAndSister) but she ''does'' have a moment when in ''Justice For All'' she claims that "even she wants confess her love" for Regina. She's also one of two people to call Iris beatifull, beautifull, with the other having pretty clear crush on her.
2nd Apr '17 1:20:00 AM NNinja
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** Maya Fey never had shown any romantic interest in any guy (her relationship with Phoenix is clearly stated to be LikeBrotherAndSister) but she ''does'' have a moment when in ''Justice For All'' she claims that "even she wants confess her love" for Regina.

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** Maya Fey never had shown any romantic interest in any guy (her relationship with Phoenix is clearly stated to be LikeBrotherAndSister) but she ''does'' have a moment when in ''Justice For All'' she claims that "even she wants confess her love" for Regina. She's also one of two people to call Iris beatifull, with the other having pretty clear crush on her.
28th Mar '17 5:00:13 PM Golondrina
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18th Mar '17 1:20:03 PM Golondrina
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* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'':
** In the Japanese version of ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'', there's a Hiker named Natsumi who you can take on a ride in the ferris wheel in the Summer if you play as a male character. He says some rather dodgy lines about how sweaty you both are and asks if you have a lover, but nothing very blatant. Then in ''VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2'', nearly any ambiguity was thrown out the window when they brought the character back. He talks about how he fell in love in the summer two years ago ([=BW2=] takes place 2 years after BW) and how his heart was broken when he confessed his love. He doesn't use any gender specific pronouns about who he's talking about, but you can only talk to him as a girl in [=BW2=], and he says he has "zero interest in your type." and he "Still considers you a friend even though you're a girl." [[AllGaysArePedophiles The subtext is pretty obvious.]] His dialogue was completely changed in the English versions of BW, but oddly enough was left mostly unaltered in [=BW2=].
** Similarly, there's an unnamed hiker in the Jubilife TV station whole lets the player dress up their Pokémon and talks in a rather effeminate and flamboyant manner.
** Erika comes off as a LipstickLesbian to people. Her gym is all-female, and she doesn't seem to like having men in it - but makes an "exception" for the Red and Ethan. Her gym badge just happens to be rainbow themed too.
** Poni Island's Kahuna Hapu mentions she's distracted by Lillie's 'loveliness'.
* ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'':
** Luigi comes off this way in certain depictions. How he reacts to the shiny {{bishonen}} Prince Peasley in ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga'', his Level Up stance in ''[[VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiBowsersInsideStory Bowser's Inside Story]]'', and about ''every'' move he makes in the [=RPGs=] is some form of ''gay dancing'', a tendency that reappears in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Brawl'' as his Final Smash.
** Bedsmith from ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiDreamTeam'' is a much more obvious example, apparently needing to nap on Prince Dreambert every chance he gets, even chasing him once. [[ShipperOnDeck And Luigi cheers him on at this point.]]
* ''Franchise/AssassinsCreed'':
** PlayedForDrama in ''VideoGame/{{Assassins Creed|I}}'' with Abul Nuquod, who dresses very flamboyantly (both for the time and in general) and caresses his bodyguard's shoulder suggestively. However, he isn't played for laughs and is shown to be extremely resentful of the people and the social stigma he carries among them.
** ''Assassin's Creed 2'' has Creator/LeonardoDaVinci. His biography says he was probably gay and was convicted of sodomy (which is TruthInTelevision), but he is also very familiar with a brothel (which doesn't necessarily only have female employees) in Venice. The only thing for certain is that he really likes hugging Ezio. He became no longer ambiguous since the introduction of his assistant/lover, Salai (which might also be TruthInTelevision).
** Rebecca went on a date with Shaun's girlfriend. That haircut isn't doing any favors either.
** Shaun seems to find a lot of excuses to talk about gay issues in history, going on quite a bit about Leonardo's sexuality in the Animus database, and in ''Assassin's Creed 3'' he writes an unreasonably long email to Desmond about homosexuality in 18th century America with no notable catalyst. He cares a lot about LGBT issues for a straight guy.



* Micky, the boss head of Star Demon Overlord Valvolga from ''VideoGame/MakaiKingdom'' talks with a lisp and [[ShyFingerTwiddling twiddles his fingers a lot]]. He's probably just "shy".
* ''VideoGame/BatenKaitos'' has Geldoblame. In ''Origins'' he has an affinity for children's toys and cute things, a generally prissy demeanor (but he's an Imperial politician, so that's not a huge indicator) and keeps a scrapbook of another male character by his bed. He also [[spoiler:takes that character's betrayal quite hard, almost as a spurned lover.]]
* ''[[VideoGame/BanjoKazooie Banjo-Tooie]]'' has the glorious font of GettingCrapPastTheRadar that is Jolly Roger. His mannerisms, his voice, his partner Merry Maggie looking like a guy in drags (and having one of the deepest voices in the game), then there's things like [[HelloSailor "Seaman's Surprise"]] and [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything "Toad in the Hole"]]. In ''Nuts and Bolts'', Jolly now wears a purple robe, a belly shirt, and pink pants, screams like a girl if you hit him or attempt to run him over, and he ''paints Banjo's house pink'' at the end of the game! And he sometimes calls Banjo "Teddy Bear".



* Joshua from ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou''.
** His favorite color is pink; he loves rainbows, takes pictures of the main character's ass and calls him pet names; and as one announcer put it: "When he sees a hole, he knows how to fill it". There's also his constant girlish giggling.
** This whole exchange right before Neku enters Shibuya River in ''[[AlternativeCharacterInterpretation Another Day]]'':
-->'''Neku:''' I guess that's understandable. All right, I'll go check it out.\\
'''Joshua:''' Whoa there, Black 'n' Blue. I'm going with.\\
'''Neku:''' You? You seem the LAST person who'd want to go in there.\\
'''Joshua:''' I could never live with myself if I let you go alone. Let's spend some quality time.\\
'''Beat:''' Whoa ho ho! You guys are... Like, you ain't...\\
'''Shiki:''' Blue and Pink!? Sure, they go.. but I didn't know they went LIKE THAT!\\
'''Neku:''' Now look what you've done!\\
'''Joshua:''' Hee hee... Shut up and walk, dear.\\
'''Shiki:''' ... I'm going, too. [[YaoiFangirl If something happens, I want to see... I mean stop it]]!
** And in the normal game, there's the priceless line:
-->'''Joshua:''' You watch my behind, and I'll watch yours.
** He starts with a very high Brave stat, which lets him wear metrosexual shirts right off the bat and equip handbags with a bit of [[LevelGrinding grinding]]. Also, the Frilly Parasol.
** In his appearance in ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts3DDreamDropDistance'' he not-so-subtly flirts with both Riku and Neku. Seems Joshua has a type.
* ''Franchise/FireEmblem'':
** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius'' has Ike. At the end of ''Radiant Dawn'', he only gets a special ending with Soren or Ranulf if he gets an 'A' level support with either, in which he leaves the continent with said character. Coupling this with how Ike never shows any type of strong affection toward females aside from his sister, Ike's sexuality is definitely in question.
** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' has revived the issue within the fandom: [[spoiler: A secret character named Priam claims to be a sort of a descendant of Ike, but he cannot use Ike's trademark skill passed on through inheritance (Ike's father had it as well). It's ambiguous exactly what kind of descendant he is, since a wife is never mentioned, and his sister does get married (collateral descendance has been noted before in the series), but Priam resembles Ike himself, inherited his sword, and doesn't resemble his sister at all... arguing about it causes many a InternetBackdraft.]]
** Calling Soren's sexuality questionable is frankly giving it too much credit. He also shows affection towards Ike in a more passionate way than the other way around, even vowing to always be at Ike's side.
%%** ''Radiant Dawn'' also has Heather. (Exactly what's making her Ambiguously Gay? And no, the ambiguity is not arguable, or else it won't fit the trope)
* Ebisumaru from ''VideoGame/GanbareGoemon'' is a glaring example of this trope, right down to the mincing gait and occasional crossdressing (not to mention his admiration of Goemon that borders on attraction). He's shown to be ''very'' interested in women, however, and to top it all off is [[spoiler:the revelation of his daughter Mao at the end of ''Goemon's Great Adventure'']] though [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse no mention of it is made after that.]]

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* Joshua from ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou''.
''Franchise/AssassinsCreed'':
** His favorite color PlayedForDrama in ''VideoGame/{{Assassins Creed|I}}'' with Abul Nuquod, who dresses very flamboyantly (both for the time and in general) and caresses his bodyguard's shoulder suggestively. However, he isn't played for laughs and is pink; he loves rainbows, takes pictures shown to be extremely resentful of the main people and the social stigma he carries among them.
** ''Assassin's Creed 2'' has Creator/LeonardoDaVinci. His biography says he was probably gay and was convicted of sodomy (which is TruthInTelevision), but he is also very familiar with a brothel (which doesn't necessarily only have female employees) in Venice. The only thing for certain is that he really likes hugging Ezio. He became no longer ambiguous since the introduction of his assistant/lover, Salai (which might also be TruthInTelevision).
** Rebecca went on a date with Shaun's girlfriend. That haircut isn't doing any favors either.
** Shaun seems to find a lot of excuses to talk about gay issues in history, going on quite a bit about Leonardo's sexuality in the Animus database, and in ''Assassin's Creed 3'' he writes an unreasonably long email to Desmond about homosexuality in 18th century America with no notable catalyst. He cares a lot about LGBT issues for a straight guy.
* ''[[VideoGame/BanjoKazooie Banjo-Tooie]]'' has the glorious font of GettingCrapPastTheRadar that is Jolly Roger. His mannerisms, his voice, his partner Merry Maggie looking like a guy in drags (and having one of the deepest voices in the game), then there's things like [[HelloSailor "Seaman's Surprise"]] and [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything "Toad in the Hole"]]. In ''Nuts and Bolts'', Jolly now wears a purple robe, a belly shirt, and pink pants, screams like a girl if you hit him or attempt to run him over, and he ''paints Banjo's house pink'' at the end of the game! And he sometimes calls Banjo "Teddy Bear".
* ''VideoGame/BatenKaitos'' has Geldoblame. In ''Origins'' he has an affinity for children's toys and cute things, a generally prissy demeanor (but he's an Imperial politician, so that's not a huge indicator) and keeps a scrapbook of another male character by his bed. He also [[spoiler:takes that
character's ass and calls him pet names; and betrayal quite hard, almost as one announcer put it: "When he sees a hole, he knows how to fill it". There's also his constant girlish giggling.
** This whole exchange right before Neku enters Shibuya River in ''[[AlternativeCharacterInterpretation Another Day]]'':
-->'''Neku:''' I guess that's understandable. All right, I'll go check it out.\\
'''Joshua:''' Whoa there, Black 'n' Blue. I'm going with.\\
'''Neku:''' You? You seem the LAST person who'd want to go in there.\\
'''Joshua:''' I could never live with myself if I let you go alone. Let's spend some quality time.\\
'''Beat:''' Whoa ho ho! You guys are... Like, you ain't...\\
'''Shiki:''' Blue and Pink!? Sure, they go.. but I didn't know they went LIKE THAT!\\
'''Neku:''' Now look what you've done!\\
'''Joshua:''' Hee hee... Shut up and walk, dear.\\
'''Shiki:''' ... I'm going, too. [[YaoiFangirl If something happens, I want to see... I mean stop it]]!
** And in the normal game, there's the priceless line:
-->'''Joshua:''' You watch my behind, and I'll watch yours.
** He starts with a very high Brave stat, which lets him wear metrosexual shirts right off the bat and equip handbags with a bit of [[LevelGrinding grinding]]. Also, the Frilly Parasol.
** In his appearance in ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts3DDreamDropDistance'' he not-so-subtly flirts with both Riku and Neku. Seems Joshua has a type.
* ''Franchise/FireEmblem'':
** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius'' has Ike. At the end of ''Radiant Dawn'', he only gets a special ending with Soren or Ranulf if he gets an 'A' level support with either, in which he leaves the continent with said character. Coupling this with how Ike never shows any type of strong affection toward females aside from his sister, Ike's sexuality is definitely in question.
** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' has revived the issue within the fandom: [[spoiler: A secret character named Priam claims to be a sort of a descendant of Ike, but he cannot use Ike's trademark skill passed on through inheritance (Ike's father had it as well). It's ambiguous exactly what kind of descendant he is, since a wife is never mentioned, and his sister does get married (collateral descendance has been noted before in the series), but Priam resembles Ike himself, inherited his sword, and doesn't resemble his sister at all... arguing about it causes many a InternetBackdraft.
spurned lover.]]
* ''VideoGame/{{Bomberman}}'':
** Calling Soren's sexuality questionable Recurring antagonist Mujoe from VideoGame/BombermanGeneration and the Anime/BombermanJetters anime. Just take a [[http://lparchive.org/Bomberman-Generation/Images/4-Mujoe.png good look at him.]]
* Tiny Tina of ''VideoGame/Borderlands2''. While her orientation
is frankly giving never explicitly stated, she tends to sexualize the female characters in her fantasies quite a bit, and one of the DLC sections makes it too pretty clear that she has a PrecociousCrush on Maya. And on the flipside, she pretty much credit. He also never shows affection towards Ike any sort of interest in a more passionate way than any of the other way around, even vowing to always be at Ike's side.
%%** ''Radiant Dawn'' also has Heather. (Exactly what's making her Ambiguously Gay? And no, the ambiguity is not arguable, or else it won't fit the trope)
male characters.
* Ebisumaru from ''VideoGame/GanbareGoemon'' is a glaring example It's mentioned in one of this trope, right down to the mincing gait and occasional crossdressing (not to mention his admiration of Goemon ''VideoGame/ChronoTrigger'''s bonus endings that borders on attraction). He's shown to be ''very'' interested Cyrus plucks (or, in women, however, and to top it all off is [[spoiler:the revelation of the Japanese version, pencils!) his daughter Mao at eyebrows. On its own that just makes him vain, but then, consider the end of ''Goemon's Great Adventure'']] though [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse no mention of it is made after that.]]HoYay with Glenn...



* Big the Cat from ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog''. He often speaks with a lisp, he's been seen with a purse and parasol, and his two best friends, Amy and Cream, are girls.
* ''VideoGame/TheSims'' has an odd take on this. In these games, NO characters are straight by default. The player can have his or her character enter a relationship with ''any'' other character, regardless of their genders, meaning the player decides their sexual preference when he does so. In games, though, there are some pre-made characters who have been pointed out. ''VideoGame/{{The Sims 2}}'' gives us roommates Mitch Indie and Max Flexor, who are able to enter romantic reactions when first played, but won't automatically; Nervous Subject, who usually rejects flirts from women and may be autonomously attracted to men. ''VideoGame/{{The Sims 3}}'' gives us Gobias Koffi, said to prefer male company and unable to find the right woman; Alma Drill and Blaise Kindle, who are roommates who even have a pushed-together bed made of two beds; and most obviously, Viktor Valquist and Jesper Sandstrom, who, though called just best friends, are described as doing everything together, and the adopted daughter of one of them even has the surname of Valstrom
* The Magypsies in ''VideoGame/{{Mother 3}}'', though they also all have an AmbiguousGender.
* Bebe, the GratuitousJapanese-spouting FunnyForeigner of ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}''. Very camp, head of the Fashion club and shares a good amount of HoYay with the Main Character.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'', Kanji's shadow and subsequent level is absolutely dipping with FlamboyantGay and HoYay to the point of being both Anvilicious and offensively stereotypical. The game then builds an argument that Kanji may not be gay but is just questioning his sexual identity to the point that, by the time the game ends, the player isn't quite sure whether the guy is gay or not. If Extra Credits is to be believed, the developers at Atlus told Creator/TroyBaker, Kanji's voice actor, that he was gay in order to assist the way his character should act and speak. ''VideoGame/Persona4Arena'' confirms he does like [[spoiler: [[WholesomeCrossdresser Naoto, who is female]].]]
* ''VideoGame/PunchOut Wii'' gives Disco Kid this personality, just to round out the cast of stereotypes. He even calls himself FABULOUS.
* ''VideoGame/SummonNight'':
** Aera, from the second ''Swordcraft Story''. She behaves odd around girls, especially [[LoveableSexManiac Lynn]]. Then again, Swordcraft Story ''is'' best known for its [[GayOption Lesbian options]].
** Razzy from the first game seems to develop a crush on the female protagonist, and even asks if she thinks that girls can marry other girls. This could just be admiration that she's confusing for love, but she ''only'' develops these feelings if you choose to play as a girl.
* The Carecrow from ''VideoGame/{{Toonstruck}}'' behaves like a stereotypical gay man; he's very effeminate, he calls his crows his babies, and he's obsessed with fashion.



* [[EvilTwin Liquid Snake]] of ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'', whose ''glorious'' [[LargeHam theatricality]] has led him to be featured on such lists as [[http://www.gamesradar.com/f/the-top-7-outrageously-camp-bad-guys/a-20081107102214515048/p-2 "The Top 7 Outrageously Camp Bad Guys In Video Games"]], and who has been described by another reviewer as "Creator/OscarWilde meets [[Franchise/StarWars Darth Vader]]". Liquid has no canonical sexuality, but he was rather keen on [[{{Twincest}} getting Solid Snake's shirt off and proving his "dominance"]], and while it probably isn't relevant Liquid's English-language VA Cam Clarke is openly gay.

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* [[EvilTwin Liquid Snake]] Flak and Shrapnel from ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}''. While Flak looks a lot like a stereotypical LeatherMan and they share a bed, there's ''nothing'' explicitly stated about their sexual orientation. And this is a game with DiscountLesbians. The bed-sharing may be an unintended side-effect of ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'', whose ''glorious'' [[LargeHam theatricality]] has led him a script that requires them to be featured on such lists as [[http://www.gamesradar.com/f/the-top-7-outrageously-camp-bad-guys/a-20081107102214515048/p-2 "The Top 7 Outrageously Camp Bad Guys In Video Games"]], and who near each other. After all, this is known to cause problems with Shrapnel leaving Rivet City to wander the wastes if [[spoiler: Flak has been described by another reviewer as "Creator/OscarWilde meets [[Franchise/StarWars Darth Vader]]". Liquid has no canonical sexuality, but he was rather keen on [[{{Twincest}} getting Solid Snake's shirt off and proving his "dominance"]], and while it probably isn't relevant Liquid's English-language VA Cam Clarke is openly gay.enslaved.]]



* It's mentioned in one of ''VideoGame/ChronoTrigger'''s bonus endings that Cyrus plucks (or, in the Japanese version, pencils!) his eyebrows. On its own that just makes him vain, but then, consider the HoYay with Glenn...
* Lucretia, Lelei and Cathari in ''VideoGame/SuikodenV''. Lelei has been [[WordOfGay confirmed as lesbian]] and is hopelessly in love with Lucretia, who is implied to have been romantically involved with Cathari in the past. A few lines of dialogue (followed by a fade-to-black) between Lelei and Lucretia on the night before the big battle might easily be seen as a RelationshipReveal. It's a ''VideoGame/{{Suikoden}}'' game, of course, so these are only the most obvious examples.
* Although his presence is brief, Belzeber from ''VideoGame/StarOceanTillTheEndOfTime'' certainly gives off this vibe. He speaks in an eccentric tone, has very flamboyant mannerisms, and wears lipstick.
* Flak and Shrapnel from ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}''. While Flak looks a lot like a stereotypical LeatherMan and they share a bed, there's ''nothing'' explicitly stated about their sexual orientation. And this is a game with DiscountLesbians. The bed-sharing may be an unintended side-effect of a script that requires them to be near each other. After all, this is known to cause problems with Shrapnel leaving Rivet City to wander the wastes if [[spoiler: Flak has been enslaved.]]
* ''VisualNovel/LuxPain'': Akira and Hibiki. The former is prone to [[ThatCameOutWrong saying the wrong thing at the wrong time]] while the latter is questionable.
** Akira. Best friends with three girls and shows no interest in them, forcing yourself into the life of the main character that you just met, says double innuendo whenever near said main character, the best cook of the group, [[spoiler:the only character in the game that didn't need Rui to tap his shoulder in order to remember Atsuki]].
** Hibiki. Shows no interest in women, hits on his best friend Ryo (who is oblivious to said flirting), gets jealous when Ryo hires a young co-worker at his bookstore, stalks Atsuki just to creep him out, rather feminine looking body, supporting Suzu's yaoi fantasy about him and Ryo being together.

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* It's mentioned in one of ''VideoGame/ChronoTrigger'''s bonus endings that Cyrus plucks (or, in ''Franchise/FireEmblem'':
** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius'' has Ike. At
the Japanese version, pencils!) his eyebrows. On its own that just makes him vain, but then, consider the HoYay end of ''Radiant Dawn'', he only gets a special ending with Glenn...
* Lucretia, Lelei and Cathari in ''VideoGame/SuikodenV''. Lelei has been [[WordOfGay confirmed as lesbian]] and is hopelessly in love
Soren or Ranulf if he gets an 'A' level support with Lucretia, who is implied to have been romantically involved either, in which he leaves the continent with Cathari in the past. A few lines said character. Coupling this with how Ike never shows any type of dialogue (followed by a fade-to-black) between Lelei and Lucretia on the night before the big battle might easily be seen as a RelationshipReveal. It's a ''VideoGame/{{Suikoden}}'' game, of course, so these are only the most obvious examples.
* Although his presence is brief, Belzeber
strong affection toward females aside from ''VideoGame/StarOceanTillTheEndOfTime'' certainly gives off this vibe. He speaks his sister, Ike's sexuality is definitely in an eccentric tone, question.
** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening''
has very flamboyant mannerisms, and wears lipstick.
* Flak and Shrapnel from ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}''. While Flak looks a lot like a stereotypical LeatherMan and they share a bed, there's ''nothing'' explicitly stated about their sexual orientation. And this is a game with DiscountLesbians. The bed-sharing may be an unintended side-effect of a script that requires them to be near each other. After all, this is known to cause problems with Shrapnel leaving Rivet City to wander
revived the wastes if issue within the fandom: [[spoiler: Flak A secret character named Priam claims to be a sort of a descendant of Ike, but he cannot use Ike's trademark skill passed on through inheritance (Ike's father had it as well). It's ambiguous exactly what kind of descendant he is, since a wife is never mentioned, and his sister does get married (collateral descendance has been enslaved.noted before in the series), but Priam resembles Ike himself, inherited his sword, and doesn't resemble his sister at all... arguing about it causes many a InternetBackdraft.]]
* ''VisualNovel/LuxPain'': Akira and Hibiki. The former ** Calling Soren's sexuality questionable is prone to [[ThatCameOutWrong saying the wrong thing at the wrong time]] while the latter is questionable.
** Akira. Best friends with three girls and
frankly giving it too much credit. He also shows no interest affection towards Ike in them, forcing yourself into a more passionate way than the life other way around, even vowing to always be at Ike's side.
* Ebisumaru from ''VideoGame/GanbareGoemon'' is a glaring example
of this trope, right down to the main character mincing gait and occasional crossdressing (not to mention his admiration of Goemon that you just met, says double innuendo whenever near said main character, the best cook of the group, borders on attraction). He's shown to be ''very'' interested in women, however, and to top it all off is [[spoiler:the only character in revelation of his daughter Mao at the game that didn't need Rui to tap his shoulder in order to remember Atsuki]].
** Hibiki. Shows
end of ''Goemon's Great Adventure'']] though [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse no interest in women, hits on his best friend Ryo (who mention of it is oblivious to said flirting), gets jealous when Ryo hires a young co-worker at his bookstore, stalks Atsuki just to creep him out, rather feminine looking body, supporting Suzu's yaoi fantasy about him and Ryo being together.made after that.]]
%%** ''Radiant Dawn'' also has Heather. (Exactly what's making her Ambiguously Gay? And no, the ambiguity is not arguable, or else it won't fit the trope)



::Some of his other lines are pretty suggestive as well.
* Male [[{{Bishonen}} Blood Elves]] in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', though more as a joke than anything. Not only is this a joke among the players but many of the male Blood Elves' /emotes, particularity /joke, dab in this trope. Then there's Martek's tale in the quest "The Day that Deathwing Came: What Really Happened." Ironically, male Blood Elves are larger and more muscular then the average real-life male.
* ''VideoGame/MegaMan8'''s Aqua Man, with his flamboyant posing, high-pitched voice and introduction.
--> ''"I'm Aqua Man! But you can call me Handsome Guy!"''
* Elder Magnus from ''VideoGame/SpyroAHerosTail'', who is dark-ish pink, speaks in an effeminate tone, and calls Spyro 'sweetheart' and 'darling'.
* The recurring villain from the flash RPG franchise ''VideoGame/{{Sonny}}'', Baron Brixius, speaks in a voice that would likely produce a false positive on all but the most finely-calibrated of gaydars (with two of the three voice clips that play whenever he gets hit with an attack sounding more appropriate for wrestling than the armed combat generally seen in the games).

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::Some ** Some of his other lines are pretty suggestive as well.
* Male [[{{Bishonen}} Blood Elves]] Kenji Setoh from ''VisualNovel/KatawaShoujo''. A HeManWomanHater with a penchant for pink bowling shirts, he started to fear and despise women (or better, [[CatchPhrase feminists]]) after having sex with his then-girlfriend and believing that she sapped his life force. The writers put here and there some little innuendo in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', though more as a joke than anything. Not only his conversations with male protagonist Hisao, and the background music from the bad ending with him and Hisao is the same one that appears during the sex scenes with the girls. Originally the writers intended Kenji to be Hisao's GayOption, but this a joke among the players but many idea was scrapped because of the male Blood Elves' /emotes, particularity /joke, dab in time and other constraints.
* ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'':
** Taric was intentionally designed to invoke
this trope. Then trope, but there's Martek's tale in the quest "The Day that Deathwing Came: What Really Happened." Ironically, male Blood Elves are larger also Diana, who WordOfGod has it might have had an unrequited crush on Leona, and more muscular then the average real-life male.
* ''VideoGame/MegaMan8'''s Aqua Man,
might even still love her despite having become Leona's ArchEnemy.
** Pantheon is also suspect due to at least one instance of WordOfGod, along
with his flamboyant posing, high-pitched voice propensity for baking. However, most other creator opinions of him have the Spartan [[{{LoveTriangle}} vying]] with Diana for Leona's affections.
** There's also Vi
and introduction.
--> ''"I'm Aqua Man! But you can call me Handsome Guy!"''
* Elder Magnus from ''VideoGame/SpyroAHerosTail'', who is dark-ish pink, speaks
Caitlyn, though especially Vi. There's enough going on in an effeminate tone, and calls Spyro 'sweetheart' and 'darling'.
* The recurring villain from the flash RPG franchise ''VideoGame/{{Sonny}}'', Baron Brixius, speaks in a voice
their interactions that it would likely produce surprise nobody if Riot just came out and admitted they were a false positive on all but the most finely-calibrated of gaydars (with two of the three voice clips that play whenever he gets hit with an attack sounding more appropriate for wrestling than the armed combat generally seen in the games).lesbian couple.



* Red-Brief J from ''VideoGame/WarioWorld'', a [[ALoadOfBull giant, muscular, anthropomorphic bull]] that wears a red speedo.
* Franchise/TalesSeries:
** Zelos from ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia''. He's vain, feminine, wears pink, has long hair, and has several HoYay moments with TheHero (especially if his RelationshipValues are maxed) including multiple instances of TheGlomp mixed with SecurityCling. The fact that he's TheCasanova would set things [[{{Pun}} straight]], if not for the fact he's also very [[ObfuscatingStupidity deceptive]], which basically means it's impossible to discern his true orientation or lack thereof, and this has lead some people to believe his womanizing behavior is just another part of his facade.
** Richard from ''VideoGame/TalesOfGraces''. Very elegant hand gestures, effeminate appearance, and quite possibly [[HoYay crushing on Asbel since they were kids.]] Not helped by the scene in which he gives Asbel his ring. Or the skit in which he pretends to be Cheria so Malik can practice flirting with her (ItMakesSenseInContext). Or the fact that [[ShipperOnDeck Pascal]] points out that they're "mwa-mwa hanky-panky all the time." Or the fact that he sounds ''extremely'' irritated by the idea of his many female suitors. Or the fact that he says things like "[Asbel] is such a kind man. It's the trait I love most in him." Or the fact that his ''entire motivation'' as [[spoiler: a villain, though it's intensified by a little DemonicPossession, is the fact that he sees Asbel's rejection of his aid as a direct betrayal.]] And, as the ambiguous cherry on top, he gets a downloadable Zelos Wilder costume.
** Dist the Reaper in ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheAbyss''. A SissyVillain to the max, he's completely obsessed with his former friend Jade, either to surpass him, force Jade to acknowledge him, or both, and desperately wants to return to the time when he and Jade went everywhere together as children. Refers to himself as "fabulous" and "gorgeous" (among many other adjectives), insists on being called "Dist the Rose", and generally acts like a jealous ex.
** Sorey in ''VideoGame/TalesOfZestiria''. His relationship with [[ChildhoodFriends Mikleo]] hits a lot of the same notes as previous [[ChastityCouple chastity couples]] in the Tales series, with the Tales staff even referring to Mikleo as "his one and only". He is also canonically not attracted to any of his female comrades and is confused at the idea of finding naked women attractive. His description of Mikleo's appearance in the novel is also downright romantic:
--->Sorey flicked a glance at Mikleo who was walking by his side. Hair the color of pale aquamarine, skin so fair as to seem translucent, sophisticated violet eyes. Even from his prospective, Sorey thought there was a beauty to Mikleo that would draw the eyes of others.

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* Red-Brief J ''VisualNovel/LuxPain'': Akira and Hibiki. The former is prone to [[ThatCameOutWrong saying the wrong thing at the wrong time]] while the latter is questionable.
** Akira. Best friends with three girls and shows no interest in them, forcing yourself into the life of the main character that you just met, says double innuendo whenever near said main character, the best cook of the group, [[spoiler:the only character in the game that didn't need Rui to tap his shoulder in order to remember Atsuki]].
** Hibiki. Shows no interest in women, hits on his best friend Ryo (who is oblivious to said flirting), gets jealous when Ryo hires a young co-worker at his bookstore, stalks Atsuki just to creep him out, rather feminine looking body, supporting Suzu's yaoi fantasy about him and Ryo being together.
* ''Videogame/MadWorld'': Jude The Dude, who is the second boss Jack has to fight in the game. Jude behaves much like a stereotypical cowboy but the announcers call him "The Brokest Back In The West" and " The Ambiguously Gay Cowboy". There were even posters that had the former slogan all over Jude's arena before and after he is fought. One of the finishers that was cut
from ''VideoGame/WarioWorld'', a [[ALoadOfBull giant, muscular, anthropomorphic bull]] that wears a red speedo.
the official game performed on Jude is very suggestive and explicit and had to be changed for the final cut.
* Franchise/TalesSeries:
** Zelos
Micky, the boss head of Star Demon Overlord Valvolga from ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia''. ''VideoGame/MakaiKingdom'' talks with a lisp and [[ShyFingerTwiddling twiddles his fingers a lot]]. He's vain, feminine, wears pink, probably just "shy".
* ''VideoGame/MegaMan8'''s Aqua Man, with his flamboyant posing, high-pitched voice and introduction.
--> ''"I'm Aqua Man! But you can call me Handsome Guy!"''
* [[EvilTwin Liquid Snake]] of ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'', whose ''glorious'' [[LargeHam theatricality]]
has long hair, led him to be featured on such lists as [[http://www.gamesradar.com/f/the-top-7-outrageously-camp-bad-guys/a-20081107102214515048/p-2 "The Top 7 Outrageously Camp Bad Guys In Video Games"]], and who has several been described by another reviewer as "Creator/OscarWilde meets [[Franchise/StarWars Darth Vader]]". Liquid has no canonical sexuality, but he was rather keen on [[{{Twincest}} getting Solid Snake's shirt off and proving his "dominance"]], and while it probably isn't relevant Liquid's English-language VA Cam Clarke is openly gay.
* The Magypsies in ''VideoGame/Mother3'', though they also all have an AmbiguousGender.
* ''Videogame/NoMoreHeroes'': Destroyman looks a lot like a very campy superhero. The color of his superhero outfit is light purple, he has machineguns located in his nipples, and his crotch area has a laser beam system put into it. He even screams for help like a little child when defeated by Travis Touchdown, who he has made some suggestive comments towards.
* Bebe, the GratuitousJapanese-spouting FunnyForeigner of ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}''. Very camp, head of the Fashion club and shares a good amount of
HoYay moments with TheHero (especially if his RelationshipValues are maxed) including multiple instances of TheGlomp mixed the Main Character.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'', Kanji's shadow and subsequent level is absolutely dipping
with SecurityCling. FlamboyantGay and HoYay to the point of being both Anvilicious and offensively stereotypical. The fact game then builds an argument that Kanji may not be gay but is just questioning his sexual identity to the point that, by the time the game ends, the player isn't quite sure whether the guy is gay or not. If Extra Credits is to be believed, the developers at Atlus told Creator/TroyBaker, Kanji's voice actor, that he was gay in order to assist the way his character should act and speak. ''VideoGame/Persona4Arena'' confirms he does like [[spoiler: [[WholesomeCrossdresser Naoto, who is female]].]]
* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'':
** In the Japanese version of ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'', there's a Hiker named Natsumi who you can take on a ride in the ferris wheel in the Summer if you play as a male character. He says some rather dodgy lines about how sweaty you both are and asks if you have a lover, but nothing very blatant. Then in ''VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2'', nearly any ambiguity was thrown out the window when they brought the character back. He talks about how he fell in love in the summer two years ago ([=BW2=] takes place 2 years after BW) and how his heart was broken when he confessed his love. He doesn't use any gender specific pronouns about who
he's TheCasanova would set things [[{{Pun}} straight]], if not for talking about, but you can only talk to him as a girl in [=BW2=], and he says he has "zero interest in your type." and he "Still considers you a friend even though you're a girl." [[AllGaysArePedophiles The subtext is pretty obvious.]] His dialogue was completely changed in the fact he's also very [[ObfuscatingStupidity deceptive]], which basically means it's impossible to discern his true orientation or lack thereof, English versions of BW, but oddly enough was left mostly unaltered in [=BW2=].
** Similarly, there's an unnamed hiker in the Jubilife TV station whole lets the player dress up their Pokémon
and this has lead some people to believe his womanizing behavior is just another part of his facade.
** Richard from ''VideoGame/TalesOfGraces''. Very elegant hand gestures,
talks in a rather effeminate appearance, and quite possibly flamboyant manner.
** Erika comes off as a LipstickLesbian to people. Her gym is all-female, and she doesn't seem to like having men in it - but makes an "exception" for the Red and Ethan. Her gym badge just happens to be rainbow themed too.
** Poni Island's Kahuna Hapu mentions she's distracted by Lillie's 'loveliness'.
* ''VideoGame/PunchOut Wii'' gives Disco Kid this personality, just to round out the cast of stereotypes. He even calls himself FABULOUS.
* ''VisualNovel/RoseGunsDays'' has Miguel Kurashiki, a character [[RealMenWearPink who dresses and acts in a very feminine fashion]], [[EffeminateMisogynisticGuy has a deep aversion for women]] and is
[[HoYay crushing on Asbel since they were kids.]] Not helped by the scene in which he gives Asbel very close to his ring. Or the skit in which he pretends boss Caleb]], yet is never explicitly stated to be Cheria so Malik can practice flirting with her (ItMakesSenseInContext). Or the fact "swing that [[ShipperOnDeck Pascal]] points out that they're "mwa-mwa hanky-panky all the time." Or the fact that he sounds ''extremely'' irritated by the idea of his many female suitors. Or the fact that he says things like "[Asbel] is way". Characters who face him usually are too busy fighting him or not making him angry to worry about such a kind man. It's the trait I love most in him." Or the fact that his ''entire motivation'' as [[spoiler: a villain, though it's intensified by a little DemonicPossession, is the fact that he sees Asbel's rejection of his aid as a direct betrayal.]] And, as the ambiguous cherry on top, he gets a downloadable Zelos Wilder costume.
** Dist the Reaper in ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheAbyss''. A SissyVillain to the max, he's completely obsessed with his former friend Jade, either to surpass him, force Jade to acknowledge him, or both, and desperately wants to return to the time when he and Jade went everywhere together as children. Refers to himself as "fabulous" and "gorgeous" (among many other adjectives), insists on being called "Dist the Rose", and generally acts like a jealous ex.
** Sorey in ''VideoGame/TalesOfZestiria''. His relationship with [[ChildhoodFriends Mikleo]] hits a lot of the same notes as previous [[ChastityCouple chastity couples]] in the Tales series, with the Tales staff even referring to Mikleo as "his one and only". He is also canonically not attracted to any of his female comrades and is confused at the idea of finding naked women attractive. His description of Mikleo's appearance in the novel is also downright romantic:
--->Sorey flicked a glance at Mikleo who was walking by his side. Hair the color of pale aquamarine, skin so fair as to seem translucent, sophisticated violet eyes. Even from his prospective, Sorey thought there was a beauty to Mikleo that would draw the eyes of others.
considerations anyway.



* Fujiwara no Mokou of ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' is ''very'' butch in both [[http://en.touhouwiki.net/wiki/File:PMiSS_mokou.jpg appearance]] (barring her RapunzelHair) and mannerisms, especially amazing considering she was a human raised in Japan 1400 years ago, and that's before considering her centuries-long FoeYay with [[{{Ojou}} Kaguya]]. Then again [[Memes/{{Touhou}} everyone is gay in Gensoukyou]], so this probably doesn't mean much.

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* Fujiwara no Mokou of ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' The ''Franchise/SlyCooper'' series has Murray, who is ''very'' butch in both [[http://en.touhouwiki.net/wiki/File:PMiSS_mokou.jpg appearance]] (barring her RapunzelHair) pink skinned, overweight hippo and mannerisms, especially amazing considering she is the only member of the Cooper trio to not have a love interest. WordOfGod has stated through the developers that they originally intended for Murray to be a gay/bi-curious character but the concept was a human raised in Japan 1400 years ago, and that's before considering her centuries-long FoeYay dropped during development after test players were unable to understand dialogue from Murray that associated him with [[{{Ojou}} Kaguya]]. Then again [[Memes/{{Touhou}} everyone is gay in Gensoukyou]], so this probably doesn't mean much.his sexual orientation.
* ''VideoGame/TheSims'' has an odd take on this. In these games, NO characters are straight by default. The player can have his or her character enter a relationship with ''any'' other character, regardless of their genders, meaning the player decides their sexual preference when he does so. In games, though, there are some pre-made characters who have been pointed out. ''VideoGame/{{The Sims 2}}'' gives us roommates Mitch Indie and Max Flexor, who are able to enter romantic reactions when first played, but won't automatically; Nervous Subject, who usually rejects flirts from women and may be autonomously attracted to men. ''VideoGame/{{The Sims 3}}'' gives us Gobias Koffi, said to prefer male company and unable to find the right woman; Alma Drill and Blaise Kindle, who are roommates who even have a pushed-together bed made of two beds; and most obviously, Viktor Valquist and Jesper Sandstrom, who, though called just best friends, are described as doing everything together, and the adopted daughter of one of them even has the surname of Valstrom.



* ''VideoGame/{{Bomberman}}'':
** Recurring antagonist Mujoe from VideoGame/BombermanGeneration and the Anime/BombermanJetters anime. Just take a [[http://lparchive.org/Bomberman-Generation/Images/4-Mujoe.png good look at him.]]
* ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'':
** Taric was intentionally designed to invoke this trope, but there's also Diana, who WordOfGod has it might have had an unrequited crush on Leona, and might even still love her despite having become Leona's ArchEnemy.
** Pantheon is also suspect due to at least one instance of WordOfGod, along with his propensity for baking. However, most other creator opinions of him have the Spartan [[{{LoveTriangle}} vying]] with Diana for Leona's affections.
** There's also Vi and Caitlyn, though especially Vi. There's enough going on in their interactions that it would surprise nobody if Riot just came out and admitted they were a lesbian couple.
* Tiny Tina of ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 2}}''. While her orientation is never explicitly stated, she tends to sexualize the female characters in her fantasies quite a bit, and one of the DLC sections makes it pretty clear that she has a PrecociousCrush on Maya. And on the flipside, she pretty much never shows any sort of interest in any of the male characters.
* Kenji Setoh from ''VisualNovel/KatawaShoujo''. A HeManWomanHater with a penchant for pink bowling shirts, he started to fear and despise women (or better, [[CatchPhrase feminists]]) after having sex with his then-girlfriend and believing that she sapped his life force. The writers put here and there some little innuendo in his conversations with male protagonist Hisao, and the background music from the bad ending with him and Hisao is the same one that appears during the sex scenes with the girls. Originally the writers intended Kenji to be Hisao's GayOption, but this idea was scrapped because of time and other constraints.
* ''VisualNovel/RoseGunsDays'' has Miguel Kurashiki, a character [[RealMenWearPink who dresses and acts in a very feminine fashion]], [[EffeminateMisogynisticGuy has a deep aversion for women]] and is [[HoYay very close to his boss Caleb]], yet is never explicitly stated to "swing that way". Characters who face him usually are too busy fighting him or not making him angry to worry about such considerations anyway.
* ''VideoGame/XenobladeChroniclesX'': [[{{Kuudere}} Irina's]] first affinity mission and her "Maneater" heart-to-heart establishes the fact that she DoesNotLikeMen[[note]]they treat her as a sex object half the time, while others make light of her rank because she's a woman[[/note]]. There's also bits of subtext implying her admiration of Elma [[HomoeroticSubtext may not be entirely platonic.]] Such as her insistence of addressing Elma as "Colonel," even though Elma's repeatedly said it's no longer necessary. And if the player asks Irina to join their group, she agrees [[SubordinateExcuse since you're part of Elma's team.]]
* ''Videogame/MadWorld'': Jude The Dude, who is the second boss Jack has to fight in the game. Jude behaves much like a stereotypical cowboy but the announcers call him "The Brokest Back In The West" and " The Ambiguously Gay Cowboy". There were even posters that had the former slogan all over Jude's arena before and after he is fought. One of the finishers that was cut from the official game performed on Jude is very suggestive and explicit and had to be changed for the final cut
* ''Videogame/NoMoreHeroes'': Destroyman looks a lot like a very campy superhero. The color of his superhero outfit is light purple, he has machineguns located in his nipples, and his crotch area has a laser beam system put into it. He even screams for help like a little child when defeated by Travis Touchdown, who he has made some suggestive comments towards.
* The ''Franchise/SlyCooper'' series has Murray, who is pink skinned, overweight hippo and is the only member of the Cooper trio to not have a love interest. WordOfGod has stated through the developers that they originally intended for Murray to be a gay/bi-curious character but the concept was dropped during development after test players were unable to understand dialogue from Murray that associated him with his sexual orientation.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Bomberman}}'':
** Recurring antagonist Mujoe
Big the Cat from VideoGame/BombermanGeneration ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog''. He often speaks with a lisp, he's been seen with a purse and parasol, and his two best friends, Amy and Cream, are girls.
* The recurring villain from
the Anime/BombermanJetters anime. Just take flash RPG franchise ''VideoGame/{{Sonny}}'', Baron Brixius, speaks in a [[http://lparchive.org/Bomberman-Generation/Images/4-Mujoe.png good look voice that would likely produce a false positive on all but the most finely-calibrated of gaydars (with two of the three voice clips that play whenever he gets hit with an attack sounding more appropriate for wrestling than the armed combat generally seen in the games).
* Elder Magnus from ''VideoGame/SpyroAHerosTail'', who is dark-ish pink, speaks in an effeminate tone, and calls Spyro 'sweetheart' and 'darling'.
* Although his presence is brief, Belzeber from ''VideoGame/StarOceanTillTheEndOfTime'' certainly gives off this vibe. He speaks in an eccentric tone, has very flamboyant mannerisms, and wears lipstick.
* Lucretia, Lelei and Cathari in ''VideoGame/SuikodenV''. Lelei has been [[WordOfGay confirmed as lesbian]] and is hopelessly in love with Lucretia, who is implied to have been romantically involved with Cathari in the past. A few lines of dialogue (followed by a fade-to-black) between Lelei and Lucretia on the night before the big battle might easily be seen as a RelationshipReveal. It's a ''VideoGame/{{Suikoden}}'' game, of course, so these are only the most obvious examples.
* ''VideoGame/SummonNight'':
** Aera, from the second ''Swordcraft Story''. She behaves odd around girls, especially [[LoveableSexManiac Lynn]]. Then again, Swordcraft Story ''is'' best known for its [[GayOption Lesbian options]].
** Razzy from the first game seems to develop a crush on the female protagonist, and even asks if she thinks that girls can marry other girls. This could just be admiration that she's confusing for love, but she ''only'' develops these feelings if you choose to play as a girl.
* ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'':
** Luigi comes off this way in certain depictions. How he reacts to the shiny {{bishonen}} Prince Peasley in ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga'', his Level Up stance in ''[[VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiBowsersInsideStory Bowser's Inside Story]]'', and about ''every'' move he makes in the [=RPGs=] is some form of ''gay dancing'', a tendency that reappears in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Brawl'' as his Final Smash.
** Bedsmith from ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiDreamTeam'' is a much more obvious example, apparently needing to nap on Prince Dreambert every chance he gets, even chasing him once. [[ShipperOnDeck And Luigi cheers him on
at him.this point.]]
* ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'':
Franchise/TalesSeries:
** Taric was intentionally designed to invoke this trope, but there's also Diana, who WordOfGod Zelos from ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia''. He's vain, feminine, wears pink, has it might have had an unrequited crush on Leona, long hair, and might even still love her despite having become Leona's ArchEnemy.
** Pantheon is also suspect due to at least one instance of WordOfGod, along
has several HoYay moments with TheHero (especially if his propensity for baking. However, most other creator opinions RelationshipValues are maxed) including multiple instances of him have the Spartan [[{{LoveTriangle}} vying]] TheGlomp mixed with Diana for Leona's affections.
** There's also Vi and Caitlyn, though especially Vi. There's enough going on in their interactions
SecurityCling. The fact that it he's TheCasanova would surprise nobody set things [[{{Pun}} straight]], if Riot just came out and admitted they were a lesbian couple.
* Tiny Tina of ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 2}}''. While her
not for the fact he's also very [[ObfuscatingStupidity deceptive]], which basically means it's impossible to discern his true orientation or lack thereof, and this has lead some people to believe his womanizing behavior is never explicitly stated, she tends to sexualize the female characters in her fantasies just another part of his facade.
** Richard from ''VideoGame/TalesOfGraces''. Very elegant hand gestures, effeminate appearance, and
quite a bit, and one of the DLC sections makes it pretty clear that she has a PrecociousCrush on Maya. And on the flipside, she pretty much never shows any sort of interest in any of the male characters.
* Kenji Setoh from ''VisualNovel/KatawaShoujo''. A HeManWomanHater with a penchant for pink bowling shirts, he started to fear and despise women (or better, [[CatchPhrase feminists]]) after having sex with his then-girlfriend and believing that she sapped his life force. The writers put here and there some little innuendo in his conversations with male protagonist Hisao, and the background music from the bad ending with him and Hisao is the same one that appears during the sex scenes with the girls. Originally the writers intended Kenji to be Hisao's GayOption, but this idea was scrapped because of time and other constraints.
* ''VisualNovel/RoseGunsDays'' has Miguel Kurashiki, a character [[RealMenWearPink who dresses and acts in a very feminine fashion]], [[EffeminateMisogynisticGuy has a deep aversion for women]] and is
possibly [[HoYay very close to crushing on Asbel since they were kids.]] Not helped by the scene in which he gives Asbel his boss Caleb]], yet is never explicitly stated ring. Or the skit in which he pretends to "swing that way". Characters who face him usually are too busy fighting him or not making him angry to worry about such considerations anyway.
* ''VideoGame/XenobladeChroniclesX'': [[{{Kuudere}} Irina's]] first affinity mission and
be Cheria so Malik can practice flirting with her "Maneater" heart-to-heart establishes (ItMakesSenseInContext). Or the fact that she DoesNotLikeMen[[note]]they treat her as a sex object half [[ShipperOnDeck Pascal]] points out that they're "mwa-mwa hanky-panky all the time, while others make light time." Or the fact that he sounds ''extremely'' irritated by the idea of her rank because she's his many female suitors. Or the fact that he says things like "[Asbel] is such a woman[[/note]]. There's also bits of subtext implying her admiration of Elma [[HomoeroticSubtext may not be entirely platonic.]] Such kind man. It's the trait I love most in him." Or the fact that his ''entire motivation'' as her insistence of addressing Elma as "Colonel," even [[spoiler: a villain, though Elma's repeatedly said it's no longer necessary. And if the player asks Irina to join their group, she agrees [[SubordinateExcuse since you're part of Elma's team.]]
* ''Videogame/MadWorld'': Jude The Dude, who
intensified by a little DemonicPossession, is the second boss Jack has fact that he sees Asbel's rejection of his aid as a direct betrayal.]] And, as the ambiguous cherry on top, he gets a downloadable Zelos Wilder costume.
** Dist the Reaper in ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheAbyss''. A SissyVillain
to fight the max, he's completely obsessed with his former friend Jade, either to surpass him, force Jade to acknowledge him, or both, and desperately wants to return to the time when he and Jade went everywhere together as children. Refers to himself as "fabulous" and "gorgeous" (among many other adjectives), insists on being called "Dist the Rose", and generally acts like a jealous ex.
** Sorey in ''VideoGame/TalesOfZestiria''. His relationship with [[ChildhoodFriends Mikleo]] hits a lot of the same notes as previous [[ChastityCouple chastity couples]]
in the game. Jude Tales series, with the Tales staff even referring to Mikleo as "his one and only". He is also canonically not attracted to any of his female comrades and is confused at the idea of finding naked women attractive. His description of Mikleo's appearance in the novel is also downright romantic:
--->Sorey flicked a glance at Mikleo who was walking by his side. Hair the color of pale aquamarine, skin so fair as to seem translucent, sophisticated violet eyes. Even from his prospective, Sorey thought there was a beauty to Mikleo that would draw the eyes of others.
* The Carecrow from ''VideoGame/{{Toonstruck}}''
behaves much like a stereotypical cowboy but the announcers call him "The Brokest Back In The West" gay man; he's very effeminate, he calls his crows his babies, and " The Ambiguously Gay Cowboy". There were even posters that had the former slogan all over Jude's arena he's obsessed with fashion.
* Fujiwara no Mokou of ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' is ''very'' butch in both [[http://en.touhouwiki.net/wiki/File:PMiSS_mokou.jpg appearance]] (barring her RapunzelHair) and mannerisms, especially amazing considering she was a human raised in Japan 1400 years ago, and that's
before and after he is fought. One of the finishers that was cut from the official game performed on Jude is very suggestive and explicit and had to be changed for the final cut
* ''Videogame/NoMoreHeroes'': Destroyman looks a lot like a very campy superhero. The color of his superhero outfit is light purple, he has machineguns located in his nipples, and his crotch area has a laser beam system put into it. He even screams for help like a little child when defeated by Travis Touchdown, who he has made some suggestive comments towards.
* The ''Franchise/SlyCooper'' series has Murray, who is pink skinned, overweight hippo and is the only member of the Cooper trio to not have a love interest. WordOfGod has stated through the developers that they originally intended for Murray to be a gay/bi-curious character but the concept was dropped during development after test players were unable to understand dialogue from Murray that associated him
considering her centuries-long FoeYay with his sexual orientation. [[{{Ojou}} Kaguya]]. Then again [[Memes/{{Touhou}} everyone is gay in Gensoukyou]], so this probably doesn't mean much.


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* Red-Brief J from ''VideoGame/WarioWorld'', a [[ALoadOfBull giant, muscular, anthropomorphic bull]] that wears a red speedo.
* Joshua from ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou''.
** His favorite color is pink; he loves rainbows, takes pictures of the main character's ass and calls him pet names; and as one announcer put it: "When he sees a hole, he knows how to fill it". There's also his constant girlish giggling.
** This whole exchange right before Neku enters Shibuya River in ''[[AlternativeCharacterInterpretation Another Day]]'':
-->'''Neku:''' I guess that's understandable. All right, I'll go check it out.\\
'''Joshua:''' Whoa there, Black 'n' Blue. I'm going with.\\
'''Neku:''' You? You seem the LAST person who'd want to go in there.\\
'''Joshua:''' I could never live with myself if I let you go alone. Let's spend some quality time.\\
'''Beat:''' Whoa ho ho! You guys are... Like, you ain't...\\
'''Shiki:''' Blue and Pink!? Sure, they go.. but I didn't know they went LIKE THAT!\\
'''Neku:''' Now look what you've done!\\
'''Joshua:''' Hee hee... Shut up and walk, dear.\\
'''Shiki:''' ... I'm going, too. [[YaoiFangirl If something happens, I want to see... I mean stop it]]!
** And in the normal game, there's the priceless line:
-->'''Joshua:''' You watch my behind, and I'll watch yours.
** He starts with a very high Brave stat, which lets him wear metrosexual shirts right off the bat and equip handbags with a bit of [[LevelGrinding grinding]]. Also, the Frilly Parasol.
** In his appearance in ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts3DDreamDropDistance'' he not-so-subtly flirts with both Riku and Neku. Seems Joshua has a type.
* Male [[{{Bishonen}} Blood Elves]] in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', though more as a joke than anything. Not only is this a joke among the players but many of the male Blood Elves' /emotes, particularity /joke, dab in this trope. Then there's Martek's tale in the quest "The Day that Deathwing Came: What Really Happened." Ironically, male Blood Elves are larger and more muscular then the average real-life male.
* ''VideoGame/XenobladeChroniclesX'': [[{{Kuudere}} Irina's]] first affinity mission and her "Maneater" heart-to-heart establishes the fact that she DoesNotLikeMen[[note]]they treat her as a sex object half the time, while others make light of her rank because she's a woman[[/note]]. There's also bits of subtext implying her admiration of Elma [[HomoeroticSubtext may not be entirely platonic.]] Such as her insistence of addressing Elma as "Colonel," even though Elma's repeatedly said it's no longer necessary. And if the player asks Irina to join their group, she agrees [[SubordinateExcuse since you're part of Elma's team.]]
4th Mar '17 6:05:24 PM MyFinalEdits
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** Some of his other lines are pretty suggestive as well.

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** Some ::Some of his other lines are pretty suggestive as well.



** In ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess Twilight Princess]]'', the Lake Hylia clowns Fyer and especially Falbi gave off this vibe. Falbi wears a very small green belly shirt (it looks more like a sports bra with sleeves, poses with one hand on his hip, and the spoken dialog that plays when speaking to him is a high pitched "heeey". Fyer wears a pink shirt tied above his stomach (!) and has a broken heart pattern on his pants. Being minor characters, their dialog doesn't seem to point one way or the other.

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** In ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess Twilight Princess]]'', the Lake Hylia clowns Fyer and especially Falbi gave off this vibe. Falbi wears a very small green belly shirt (it looks more like a sports bra with sleeves, poses with one hand on his hip, and the spoken dialog that plays when speaking to him is a high pitched "heeey". Fyer wears a pink shirt tied above his stomach (!) and has a broken heart pattern on his pants. Being minor characters, their dialog doesn't seem to point one way or the other.
4th Mar '17 11:47:26 AM Trevorg2000
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* Although his presence is brief, Belzeber from ''VideoGame//StarOceanTillTheEndOfTime'' certainly gives off this vibe. He speaks in an eccentric tone, has very flamboyant mannerisms, and wears lipstick.

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* Although his presence is brief, Belzeber from ''VideoGame//StarOceanTillTheEndOfTime'' ''VideoGame/StarOceanTillTheEndOfTime'' certainly gives off this vibe. He speaks in an eccentric tone, has very flamboyant mannerisms, and wears lipstick.
1st Feb '17 11:03:28 PM Dere
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** Similarly, there's an unnamed hiker in the Jubilife TV station lets the player dress up their Pokémon and talks in a rather effeminate and flamboyant manner.

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** Similarly, there's an unnamed hiker in the Jubilife TV station whole lets the player dress up their Pokémon and talks in a rather effeminate and flamboyant manner.
31st Jan '17 10:12:24 PM Dere
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** Similarly, there's an unnamed hiker in the Jubilife TV station lets the player dress up their Pokémon and speaks in a rather flamboyant manner.

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** Similarly, there's an unnamed hiker in the Jubilife TV station lets the player dress up their Pokémon and speaks talks in a rather effeminate and flamboyant manner.
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