History CrazyAwesome / VideoGames

26th Jun '16 12:25:22 PM nombretomado
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** ''BaldursGate''. Minsc, especially in the second game, as his already-tenuous grip on sanity seems to slip further and Creator/JimCummings really [[LargeHam throws himself into the role]]. This is, after all, a character who believes in solving problems with swords, thinks "shirking" is a painful sharp thing you do to people who would steal nuts from squirrels, and gets most of his inspiration from a ''hamster''.

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** ''BaldursGate''.''VideoGame/BaldursGate''. Minsc, especially in the second game, as his already-tenuous grip on sanity seems to slip further and Creator/JimCummings really [[LargeHam throws himself into the role]]. This is, after all, a character who believes in solving problems with swords, thinks "shirking" is a painful sharp thing you do to people who would steal nuts from squirrels, and gets most of his inspiration from a ''hamster''.
27th May '16 7:16:28 AM IamTheCaligula
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* ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' has Marisa Kirisame. Marisa and Alice's opponent at one time is a moon rabbit whose eyes can make people insane. ''Touhou'' in general works like this (as Sanae says, "Don't be held back by common sense") because by nature youkai thinks unlike humans so their behaviors tend to be like this to humans. Reimu, Sakuya, and Youmu - who all have some supernatural background, turned somewhat insane because of the encounter. In short, Marisa (who is pure-born human) tops the insanity that makes insane people insane by being more strange than most youkai.
--> '''Alice:''' Ordinary people would go insane in less than 5 minutes. Are you okay, Marisa?
--> '''Marisa:''' Yeah, I'm insane to begin with.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' has Marisa Kirisame. Marisa and Alice's opponent at one time is a moon rabbit whose eyes can make people insane. ''Touhou'' in general works like this (as Sanae says, "Don't be held back by common sense") because by nature youkai [[BlueAndOrangeMorality thinks unlike humans humans]] so their behaviors tend to be like this to humans.humans, but Marisa Kirisame stands out. Marisa and Alice's opponent at one point is a MoonRabbit whose eyes [[MindRape can drive people insane]]. Reimu, Sakuya, and Youmu - who all have some supernatural background, turned somewhat insane because of the encounter. In short, Marisa (who is pure-born human) didn't. In short, she tops the insanity that makes insane people go insane by being more strange stranger than most youkai.
--> '''Alice:''' Ordinary people would go insane in less than 5 minutes. Are you okay, Marisa?
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Marisa?\\
'''Marisa:''' Yeah, I'm insane to begin with.
3rd May '16 8:50:42 PM FlakyPorcupine
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* One of the bosses, Biggy Man from ''VideoGame/{{Splatterhouse}}''. Possibly because he has CHAINSAWS where his hands should be.

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* One of the bosses, Biggy Man from ''VideoGame/{{Splatterhouse}}''. Possibly because he has CHAINSAWS where his hands should be. The remake also turns the Terror Mask into one, being a LargeHam voiced by Creator/JimCummings and gives Rick [[LovecraftianSuperpower ridiculously awesome powers]]. [[spoiler:Not to mention throwing a BatmanGambit to make Rick kill ''ten thousand'' monsters to bring the Corrupted to Earth -- just so it could give them a humiliating defeat.]]
20th Apr '16 6:56:44 AM SuperBlah
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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'' features [[spoiler:Zant, the apparent Big Bad for most of the game. Before Link confronts him in the Palace of Twilight, he appears to be more or less a straight Darth Vader Clone who came closer to conquering Hyrule than even Ganondorf himself (in that timeline, anyway). Immediately before he's fought, however, he's revealed to be a Psychopathic Manchild who promptly unleashes all kinds of Confusion Fu on Link.]] This is turned UpToEleven in ''VideoGame/HyruleWarriors'', in which [[spoiler:he's playable, he can switch attack patterns even more quickly, and his unique gimmick forces you to do so to be effective]].

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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'' features [[spoiler:Zant, the apparent Big Bad for most of the game. Before Link confronts him in the Palace of Twilight, he appears to be more or less a straight Darth Vader Clone who came closer to conquering Hyrule than even Ganondorf himself (in that timeline, anyway). Immediately before he's fought, however, he's revealed to be a Psychopathic Manchild who promptly unleashes all kinds of Confusion Fu on Link.]] This is turned UpToEleven in ''VideoGame/HyruleWarriors'', in which [[spoiler:he's he's playable, he can switch attack patterns even more quickly, and his unique gimmick forces you to do so to be effective]].effective.
20th Apr '16 6:54:56 AM SuperBlah
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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'' features [[spoiler:Zant, the apparent Big Bad for most of the game. Before Link confronts him in the Palace of Twilight, he appears to be more or less a straight DarthVaderClone who came closer to conquering Hyrule than even Ganondorf himself (in that timeline, anyway). Immediately before he's fought, however, he's revealed to be a Psychopathic Manchild who promptly unleashes all kinds of Confusion Fu on Link.]] This is turned UpToEleven in ''VideoGame/HyruleWarriors'', in which [[spoiler:he's playable, he can switch attack patterns even more quickly, and his unique gimmick forces you to do so to be effective]].

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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'' features [[spoiler:Zant, the apparent Big Bad for most of the game. Before Link confronts him in the Palace of Twilight, he appears to be more or less a straight DarthVaderClone Darth Vader Clone who came closer to conquering Hyrule than even Ganondorf himself (in that timeline, anyway). Immediately before he's fought, however, he's revealed to be a Psychopathic Manchild who promptly unleashes all kinds of Confusion Fu on Link.]] This is turned UpToEleven in ''VideoGame/HyruleWarriors'', in which [[spoiler:he's playable, he can switch attack patterns even more quickly, and his unique gimmick forces you to do so to be effective]].
20th Apr '16 6:41:13 AM SuperBlah
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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'' features [[spoiler:Zant, the apparent BigBad for most of the game. Before Link confronts him in the Palace of Twilight, he appears to be more or less a straight DarthVaderClone who came closer to conquering Hyrule than even Ganondorf himself (in that timeline, anyway). Immediately before he's fought, however, he's revealed to be a PsychopathicManchild who promptly unleashes all kinds of ConfusionFu on Link.]] This is turned UpToEleven in ''VideoGame/HyruleWarriors'', in which [[spoiler:he's playable, he can switch attack patterns even more quickly, and his unique gimmick forces you to do so to be effective]].

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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'' features [[spoiler:Zant, the apparent BigBad Big Bad for most of the game. Before Link confronts him in the Palace of Twilight, he appears to be more or less a straight DarthVaderClone who came closer to conquering Hyrule than even Ganondorf himself (in that timeline, anyway). Immediately before he's fought, however, he's revealed to be a PsychopathicManchild Psychopathic Manchild who promptly unleashes all kinds of ConfusionFu Confusion Fu on Link.]] This is turned UpToEleven in ''VideoGame/HyruleWarriors'', in which [[spoiler:he's playable, he can switch attack patterns even more quickly, and his unique gimmick forces you to do so to be effective]].
20th Feb '16 2:02:29 PM Dylanius9000
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* [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Eggman]]'s plans include: Trap Sonic in a space ship, drain the chaos emeralds from his BODY, power up a large gun, blow up the planet, then turn around and build an ''amusement park''.

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* One of [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Eggman]]'s various plans include: includes: [[VideoGame/SonicUnleashed Trap Sonic in a space ship, drain the chaos emeralds from his BODY, power up a large gun, blow up the planet, then turn around and build an ''amusement park''.]]
11th Feb '16 10:23:45 PM dracogeorge
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* [[Drakengard Caim]] is a completely [[AxCrazy kill-crazy]] lunatic, who once stabbed a man so hard he killed [[TheGrimReaper DEATH]].

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* [[Drakengard Caim]] is a completely [[AxCrazy kill-crazy]] lunatic, who once stabbed a man so hard he killed [[TheGrimReaper DEATH]].

11th Feb '16 10:19:04 PM dracogeorge
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*[[Drakengard Caim]] is a completely [[AxCrazy kill-crazy]] lunatic, who once stabbed a man so hard he killed [[TheGrimReaper DEATH]].
31st Jan '16 12:43:36 PM EarlOfSandvich
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* A number of the assassins in ''NoMoreHeroes''.

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* A number of the assassins in ''NoMoreHeroes''.''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes''.



** From [[NoMoreHeroes2DesperateStruggle the sequel]]: Skelter Helter: Has a fairly bizzarre gun, but other than that, is fairly unremarkable... until a few minutes after his decapitation, [[NotQuiteDead he tells Travis he's not done with him]], then raves on about how killing someone isn't the same as ending their life.

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** From [[NoMoreHeroes2DesperateStruggle the sequel]]: ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes2DesperateStruggle'': Skelter Helter: Has a fairly bizzarre gun, but other than that, is fairly unremarkable... until a few minutes after his decapitation, [[NotQuiteDead he tells Travis he's not done with him]], then raves on about how killing someone isn't the same as ending their life.
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