History ComicallyMissingThePoint / VideoGames

28th Jun '16 2:35:18 AM ZombieAladdin
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* In ''VideoGame/RhythmHeaven Megamix'', the owner of the chameleon in "Tongue Lashing" sees his pet clinging to walls and thinks his lizard's getting stuck on them. To that end, the owner bought some wax and applied it to his chameleon's feet so that the chameleon will slide back down whenever he gets "stuck."
15th Jun '16 8:56:20 AM Wizzkidwas
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* There's many moments in ''VideoGame/PuyoPuyo'' of this, but one of the more notable ones is Klug telling Sig about bookworms, Sig loves bugs, and think the bookworm is a bug and will make his collection cooler, much to Klug's dismay
15th May '16 10:32:42 AM Koveras
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* In ''VideoGame/DragonAge2'', Merrill is regularly prone to this due to her innocence, [[LiteralMinded literal-mindedness]], and the fact that she [[FishOutOfWater doesn't quite get the finer points of the human culture]]:
--->'''Hawke''' ''(trying to bluff her/his way past the guards):'' There's a fire on the other side of this row! Get help before it spreads!
--->'''The guard:''' What?
--->'''Hawke:''' Don't you hear the screaming? Are you deaf?
--->'''Merrill:''' There's not really a fire, is there?
--->'''Hawke:''' No, Merrill, it's a trick.
--->'''Merrill:''' Oh, that was very clever then.
---> Cue to the guards attacking Hawke.

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* In ''VideoGame/DragonAge2'', ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'', Merrill is regularly prone to this due to her innocence, [[LiteralMinded literal-mindedness]], and the fact that she [[FishOutOfWater doesn't quite get the finer points of the human culture]]:
--->'''Hawke''' -->'''Hawke''' ''(trying to bluff her/his way past the guards):'' There's a fire on the other side of this row! Get help before it spreads!
--->'''The
spreads!\\
'''The
guard:''' What?
--->'''Hawke:'''
What?\\
'''Hawke:'''
Don't you hear the screaming? Are you deaf?
--->'''Merrill:'''
deaf?\\
'''Merrill:'''
There's not really a fire, is there?
--->'''Hawke:'''
there?\\
'''Hawke:'''
No, Merrill, it's a trick.
--->'''Merrill:'''
trick.\\
'''Merrill:'''
Oh, that was very clever then.
--->
then.\\
Cue to the guards attacking Hawke.
29th Apr '16 4:19:27 PM Innocent_Bystander
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* In ''VideoGame/DragonAge2'', Merrill is regularly prone to this due to her innocence, [[LiteralMinded literal-mindedness]], and the fact that she [[FishOutOfWater doesn't quite get the finer points of the human culture]]:
--->'''Hawke''' ''(trying to bluff her/his way past the guards):'' There's a fire on the other side of this row! Get help before it spreads!
--->'''The guard:''' What?
--->'''Hawke:''' Don't you hear the screaming? Are you deaf?
--->'''Merrill:''' There's not really a fire, is there?
--->'''Hawke:''' No, Merrill, it's a trick.
--->'''Merrill:''' Oh, that was very clever then.
---> Cue to the guards attacking Hawke.
15th Apr '16 4:27:44 AM aye_amber
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* In ''LunarEternalBlue'', TeamPet Ruby tries to explain to MysteriousWaif Lucia why she shouldn't [[InnocentFanserviceGirl go wandering around naked in front of Hiro and the other male party members:]]

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* In ''LunarEternalBlue'', ''VideoGame/LunarEternalBlue'', TeamPet Ruby tries to explain to MysteriousWaif Lucia why she shouldn't [[InnocentFanserviceGirl go wandering around naked in front of Hiro and the other male party members:]]
18th Dec '15 11:23:54 PM nombretomado
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* ''ShadowHeartsCovenant'' has a hilarious example. Garan attempts to kill the party, however they're a bit more concerned about his appearance, at first. The final time he is encountered outside of a sidequest, he tries to scare the party by telling them that he sent them to hell. However, they all huddle and think that it's the pillow he's floating on. When he asks for their last words, Yuri says, "Yeah - that pillow. Where can I get one?"

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* ''ShadowHeartsCovenant'' ''VideoGame/ShadowHeartsCovenant'' has a hilarious example. Garan attempts to kill the party, however they're a bit more concerned about his appearance, at first. The final time he is encountered outside of a sidequest, he tries to scare the party by telling them that he sent them to hell. However, they all huddle and think that it's the pillow he's floating on. When he asks for their last words, Yuri says, "Yeah - that pillow. Where can I get one?"
12th Dec '15 5:13:25 AM Morgenthaler
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* DotDotDot is a dramatic reading of a review for ''VideoGame/SuperPressSpaceToWinActionRPG2009'', written by someone who overlooked the fact that it's a DeconstructionGame.

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* DotDotDot WebAnimation/DotDotDot is a dramatic reading of a review for ''VideoGame/SuperPressSpaceToWinActionRPG2009'', written by someone who overlooked the fact that it's a DeconstructionGame.
21st Aug '15 2:08:44 AM WanderingBrowser
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* E. Honda from ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'' onwards is characterized by his drive to establish greater respect outside of Japan for sumo wrestling. Thusly, he enters the World Warrior tournament to prove its legitimacy as a fighting style by winning the tournament. Except, to actually defeat his opponents, he makes use of numerous "alterations" to the style that would get him ''thrown out of a sumo ring for using them'', like headbutting and jumping. Even his willingness to fight outside of a traditional sumo wrestling ring is quite disgraceful from a traditionalist. In other words, E. Honda has only ''proven'' that sumo isn't a true fighting style... but he ''never'' figures this out.
20th Aug '15 12:51:00 PM Ritokure
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** Also happens in Litchi's gag reel. Taokaka forces a select few characters to play a magical board game, in which the player abides by the rules or else. [[ButtMonkey Bang Shishigami]] falls on a square that forces him to get ''brutally beaten the crap outta him by a metal bat''. The other player's responses?

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** Also happens in Litchi's gag reel. Taokaka forces a select few characters to play a magical board game, in which the player abides by the rules or else. [[ButtMonkey Bang Shishigami]] falls on a square that forces him to get ''brutally beaten the crap outta him by a metal bat''.bat'', which the game itself provides. The other player's responses?
20th Aug '15 12:50:22 PM Ritokure
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** Also happens in Litchi's gag reel. Taokaka forces a select few characters to play a magical board game, in which the player abides by the rules or else. [[ButtMonkey Bang Shishigami]] falls on a square that forces him to get ''brutally beaten the crap outta him by a metal bat''. The other player's responses?
-->'''Rachel''': "My, what a fine bat!"
-->[...]
-->'''Tager''': "Hmm... Well, I have to admit, that ''is'' a very nice metal bat."
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