History ConservationOfNinjutsu / VideoGames

24th Jul '16 5:50:11 PM nombretomado
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* In ''CompanyOfHeroes'' the MG-42 gets bonuses to accuracy and suppression when facing larger number of troops.

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* In ''CompanyOfHeroes'' ''VideoGame/CompanyOfHeroes'' the MG-42 gets bonuses to accuracy and suppression when facing larger number of troops.
16th Jul '16 12:08:52 PM nombretomado
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* ''BadDudes Versus Dragon Ninja''. Armies of brightly dressed HighlyVisibleNinja rush at the one (or two) good guys in broad daylight then each one falls down (and vanishes) after being struck a single blow (in fact in the case of the chi punch several ninja can be killed by the same blow).
* Dragonest has the Priest class which is exceptional when dealing with multiple enemies due to the large area of his spells (some actually hit more times if there are more enemies, especially Inquisitors) but utterly horrible when faced in single combat.

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* ''BadDudes ''VideoGame/BadDudes Versus Dragon Ninja''. Armies of brightly dressed HighlyVisibleNinja rush at the one (or two) good guys in broad daylight then each one falls down (and vanishes) after being struck a single blow (in fact in the case of the chi punch several ninja can be killed by the same blow).
* Dragonest ''Dragonest'' has the Priest class which is exceptional when dealing with multiple enemies due to the large area of his spells (some actually hit more times if there are more enemies, especially Inquisitors) but utterly horrible when faced in single combat.
13th Jul '16 2:57:59 PM WileECoyote383
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* ''VideoGame/Overwatch'' has a ninja character named Genji that can be quite powerful when only one of them is on your team, but having 3 or more on your team will almost always be a guaranteed loss.

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* ''VideoGame/Overwatch'' ''VideoGame/{{Overwatch}}'' has a ninja character named Genji that can be quite powerful when only one of them is on your team, but having 3 or more on your team will almost always be a guaranteed loss.
13th Jul '16 2:56:47 PM WileECoyote383
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* ''VideoGame/Overwatch'' has a ninja character named Genji that can be quite powerful when only one of them is on your team, but having 3 or more on your team will almost always be a guaranteed loss.
19th May '16 6:30:57 PM Doug86
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* In ''Comicbook/{{Spider-Man}}: The Game of TheMovie'', one level relies heavily on stealth, and if you are spotted or trip an alarm it brings out a couple Super Soldiers, giant robots that are extremely formidable opponents. Even one is a handful, and if you run into more than one, your only hope is to run and hide. A couple levels later you have to fight your way through dozens of Super Soldiers, which are notably easier to get past.

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* In ''Comicbook/{{Spider-Man}}: ''Comicbook/SpiderMan: The Game of TheMovie'', one level relies heavily on stealth, and if you are spotted or trip an alarm it brings out a couple Super Soldiers, giant robots that are extremely formidable opponents. Even one is a handful, and if you run into more than one, your only hope is to run and hide. A couple levels later you have to fight your way through dozens of Super Soldiers, which are notably easier to get past.
29th Apr '16 6:58:49 PM AceOfScarabs
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* In VideoGame/{{Splatoon}}, the Splatfest that took place on Halloween in North America was Ninjas vs Pirates. Ninjas outnumbered Pirates 72 to 28 percent, but ultimately lost the Splatfest.

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* In VideoGame/{{Splatoon}}, the Splatfest that took place on Halloween in North America was Ninjas vs Pirates. Ninjas outnumbered Pirates 72 to 28 percent, but ultimately lost the Splatfest. A later Splatfest in Europe pitted Ninja versus Barbarians, and the Ninja lost this one under nearly identical circumstances.
21st Apr '16 1:17:23 PM erforce
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* In the ''{{Terminator}} Salvation'' video game the player kills tons of terminator robots with grenades, M16, shotguns, pistols and even by punching them. This is in contrast to the movies where bullets/{{RPG}}s/exploding gas tankers/ firetrucks did almost nothing to the lone pursuing robot.

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* In the ''{{Terminator}} Salvation'' ''VideoGame/TerminatorSalvation'' video game game, the player kills tons of terminator robots with grenades, M16, shotguns, pistols and even by punching them. This is in contrast to the movies where bullets/{{RPG}}s/exploding gas tankers/ firetrucks did almost nothing to the lone pursuing robot.
24th Feb '16 5:42:57 AM MegaMarioMan
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* The second PSP installment of the ''RatchetAndClank'' series, ''Secret Agent Clank'', has a skill point challenge that references this trope. Titled "Inverse Ninja Law", it requires you to defeat 99 ninja mooks during a boss fight where they spawn endlessly, far, ''far'' more than you need to defeat to beat the level.

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* The second PSP installment of the ''RatchetAndClank'' ''Franchise/RatchetAndClank'' series, ''Secret Agent Clank'', ''VideoGame/SecretAgentClank'', has a skill point challenge that references this trope. Titled "Inverse Ninja Law", it requires you to defeat 99 ninja mooks during a boss fight where they spawn endlessly, far, ''far'' more than you need to defeat to beat the level.
31st Jan '16 12:58:52 PM EarlOfSandvich
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* ''NoMoreHeroes'' is a case of this with BossDissonance. The game's generic enemies don't pose much danger, the main challenge comes from the game's bosses.

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* ''NoMoreHeroes'' ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes'' is a case of this with BossDissonance. The game's generic enemies don't pose much danger, the main challenge comes from the game's bosses.
9th Jan '16 4:59:56 PM Bugfragged
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* ''VideoGame/SeraphicBlue'' has [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]] known as Gaia Cancers that have a total amount of power that never decreases even if some of them are killed. What that means is that every time one dies, the remaining Cancers get even stronger.
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