History DrivenToSuicide / VideoGames

27th Apr '16 8:19:55 AM AsForMyHandle
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* Implied to be the fate of [[spoiler:Dr. Alphys]] in certain variants of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'''s Neutral ending. Broadly speaking, this usually occurs if you [[spoiler:kill Undyne or Mettaton]]. Does not occur in the GoldenEnding, but on the way there, you'll have a conversation with that character, after learning just ''why'' they might have "done something... cowardly" even if you did everything right.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'':
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Implied to be the fate of [[spoiler:Dr. Alphys]] in certain variants of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'''s Neutral ending.endings. Broadly speaking, this usually occurs if you [[spoiler:kill Undyne or Mettaton]]. Does not occur in the GoldenEnding, but on the way there, you'll have a conversation with that character, after learning just ''why'' they might have "done something... cowardly" even if you did everything right.


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** If you fight Asgore again ([[spoiler:before befriending Alphys]]) and spare him again, [[spoiler: he will kill himself in order for you to take his soul.]]
19th Apr '16 9:06:04 AM MicoolTNT
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** In [[BonusDungeon Aubrey's Uncommon Time]], we learn that their decision to participate in the hibernation experiment was effectively this; their depression was so extreme they felt that the only way they could have worth was to sacrifice themselves for Altair's success.

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** In [[BonusDungeon Aubrey's Uncommon Time]], we learn that their decision to participate in the hibernation experiment was effectively this; their depression was so extreme they felt that the only way they could have worth was to sacrifice themselves for Altair's success.success.
* In ''The Classroom'', this happens [[RuleOfThree three]] times. First, on the [[spoiler: fourth]] day, [[spoiler: a student "can't take it any more" and throws themselves out of the window.]] Secondly, on the [[spoiler: final]] day, [[spoiler: the third student to arrive [[TwistEnding unexpectedly]] pulls a gun on the teacher and shoots him and the second student, before shooting themselves.]] Finally, [[spoiler: also on the final day, the protagonist snaps after escaping the shooting and walks out onto the street. Though the first car misses them for what looks to be a HappilyFailedSuicide, [[ShootTheShaggyDog the second car doesn't.]]]]
16th Apr '16 6:38:34 AM FoolsEditAccount
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** [[spoiler:Joshua]], supposedly.]] He's likely to be lying, but if it was suicide it didn't occur recently.

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** [[spoiler:Joshua]], supposedly.]] He's likely to be lying, but if it was suicide it didn't occur recently.



** [[spoiler:Rika]] attempts suicide in ''Minagoroshi-hen'' because she doesn't want to see Satoko being abused again but doesn't go through with it.

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** [[spoiler:Rika]] attempts suicide in ''Minagoroshi-hen'' because she doesn't want to see Satoko being abused again but doesn't go through with it.it.
* ''VideoGame/UncommonTime'' has three examples:
** In Ending 6, [[spoiler:Meirin]] is absolutely distraught after the party fails to save her LoveInterest, and kills herself in the hotel room the next day.
** In Ending 4, [[spoiler:Saki]] and [[spoiler:Meirin]] ''both'' commit suicide. [[spoiler:In his suicide note, Saki explains that he's terminally ill, and preferred to die by his own hand than let it catch up to him. Meirin's reasoning is less clear; presumably, she couldn't bear to live without him.]]
** In [[BonusDungeon Aubrey's Uncommon Time]], we learn that their decision to participate in the hibernation experiment was effectively this; their depression was so extreme they felt that the only way they could have worth was to sacrifice themselves for Altair's success.
4th Apr '16 7:14:12 AM Devicho
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** Also a part of [[spoiler: Flowey]]'s backstory. [[spoiler: After awaking as a flower in Asgore's garden, he eventually found that he couldn't feel any love or warmth from his parents. Not wanting to live in a world without love, he committed suicide. The only reason he is still alive is because, during his attempt, he realized he was afraid of actually dying, and that unwillingness to die caused him to wake back up in the garden as though nothing had ever happened. This is how he discovered his ability to save and load.]]
18th Mar '16 4:56:55 PM Pichu-kun
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** In ''Meakashi-hen'' [[spoiler:Rika]] decides to stab herself repeatedly in the throat [[ BetterToDieThanBeKilled instead]] of allowing [[spoiler:Shion]] to kill her.

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** In ''Meakashi-hen'' [[spoiler:Rika]] decides to stab herself repeatedly in the throat [[ BetterToDieThanBeKilled [[BetterToDieThanBeKilled instead]] of allowing [[spoiler:Shion]] to kill her.
18th Mar '16 4:56:02 PM Pichu-kun
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** [[spoiler:Rika]] decides to stab herself repeatedly in the throat instead of allowing [[spoiler:Shion]] to kill her.
** [[spoiler:Shion]] falls onto a rooftop but decides to push herself off after realizing the atrocities she's done.
** [[spoiler:Rika]] attempts suicide because she doesn't want to see Satoko being abused again but doesn't go through with it.

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** In ''Meakashi-hen'' [[spoiler:Rika]] decides to stab herself repeatedly in the throat instead [[ BetterToDieThanBeKilled instead]] of allowing [[spoiler:Shion]] to kill her.
** At the end of ''Meakashi-hen'' [[spoiler:Shion]] falls onto a rooftop but decides to push herself off after [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone realizing the atrocities she's done.
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** [[spoiler:Rika]] attempts suicide in ''Minagoroshi-hen'' because she doesn't want to see Satoko being abused again but doesn't go through with it.
18th Mar '16 4:51:31 PM Pichu-kun
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* Implied to be the fate of [[spoiler:Dr. Alphys]] in certain variants of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'''s Neutral ending. Broadly speaking, this usually occurs if you [[spoiler:kill Undyne or Mettaton]]. Does not occur in the GoldenEnding, but on the way there, you'll have a conversation with that character, after learning just ''why'' they might have "done something... cowardly" even if you did everything right.

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* Implied to be the fate of [[spoiler:Dr. Alphys]] in certain variants of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'''s Neutral ending. Broadly speaking, this usually occurs if you [[spoiler:kill Undyne or Mettaton]]. Does not occur in the GoldenEnding, but on the way there, you'll have a conversation with that character, after learning just ''why'' they might have "done something... cowardly" even if you did everything right.right.
* Happens a few times in the ''Franchise/FatalFrame'' series:
** Lord Himuro kills himself after slaughtering everyone else in the mansion when the Calamity happened.
** Yae Munakata hangs herself after her daughter went missing. Years later, her granddaughter Miyuki does the same when she's no longer able to cope with seeing spirits.
** It's unclear if Sae Kurosawa hung herself or if the priests hung her, but Sae knew she was going to die and accepted it, certainly putting it close to suicide. [[spoiler: To make matters worse, she's Yae's twin sister. They died the exact same way.]]
** Itsuki Tachibana hangs himself after an attempt at helping Yae and Sae escape, not wanting to see them suffer the way he did after he [[spoiler: killed his twin brother.]]
** The fifth game, ''Maiden of Black Water'' has suicide as a prominent theme, seeing as how the cursed setting this time is a suicide hotspot, and how the ritual of the past involved shrine maidens witnessing suicides.
* ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'':
** At the highest level of [[spoiler:[[HatePlague Hinamizawa Syndrome]]]] people claw out their throats.
** [[spoiler:Rena's]] backstory has her having attempted suicide in the past.
** [[spoiler:Rika]] decides to stab herself repeatedly in the throat instead of allowing [[spoiler:Shion]] to kill her.
** [[spoiler:Shion]] falls onto a rooftop but decides to push herself off after realizing the atrocities she's done.
** [[spoiler:Rika]] attempts suicide because she doesn't want to see Satoko being abused again but doesn't go through with it.
18th Mar '16 4:42:48 PM Pichu-kun
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** In the currently under-development ''VideoGame/YandereSimulator'', Yandere-chan can lower the reputation of a rival within the school to dire levels with malicious gossip either at school or on the internet, which will lead to the girl suffering serious bullying. If you lower a girl's reputation to -100, Senpai will reject her LoveConfession, which is enough for Yandere-chan to eliminate her as a rival for his affection. Lowering her reputation even ''further'' than that is a pure exercise in cruelty, and will eventually make things so bad for her that not only does the entire school hate her, but they ''want her to die'', which ultimately results in the poor girl hanging herself.

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** In the currently under-development ''VideoGame/YandereSimulator'', Yandere-chan can lower the reputation of a rival within the school to dire levels with malicious gossip either at school or on the internet, which will lead to the girl suffering serious bullying. If you lower a girl's reputation to -100, Senpai will reject her LoveConfession, which is enough for Yandere-chan to eliminate her as a rival for his affection. Lowering her reputation even ''further'' than that is a pure exercise in cruelty, and will eventually make things so bad for her that not only does the entire school hate her, but they ''want her to die'', which ultimately results in the poor girl hanging herself.herself.
** Yandere-chan can also stage her murders as suicides by pushing girls off the roof and leaving their shoes and forged suicide notes above their bodies. The suicide notes all include a unique instigating cause for the suicide (e.g. sexual abuse, drug use), which Yandere-chan must obtain through eavesdropping earlier on.
** Furthermore, Yandere-chan can kidnap students and quite literally torture them until they are broken mind slaves who will commit murder-suicide on Yandere-chan's command.
* When you scare someone ''too'' much in ''VideoGame/HauntTheHouse'', they will run to the nearest window and jump out.
* Implied to be the fate of [[spoiler:Dr. Alphys]] in certain variants of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'''s Neutral ending. Broadly speaking, this usually occurs if you [[spoiler:kill Undyne or Mettaton]]. Does not occur in the GoldenEnding, but on the way there, you'll have a conversation with that character, after learning just ''why'' they might have "done something... cowardly" even if you did everything right.
18th Mar '16 4:41:28 PM Pichu-kun
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* [[spoiler: Kate Marsh]] from ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrange'' will try and kill [[spoiler:herself]] in Episode 2. How that turns out is determined by the player's choices.

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* [[spoiler: Kate Marsh]] from ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrange'' will try and kill [[spoiler:herself]] in Episode 2. How that turns out is determined by the player's choices.choices.
* ''VideoGame/BlankDream'' opens with Mishiro attempting suicide, transporting her to the purgatory-like Mirror Realm. In order to get closer to granting [[CosmicRetcon her wish]], she needs to find all of the mirrors holding her reflection, relive the memories inside, and find some way of killing herself within them.
* ''VideoGame/YandereSimulator''
** In the currently under-development ''VideoGame/YandereSimulator'', Yandere-chan can lower the reputation of a rival within the school to dire levels with malicious gossip either at school or on the internet, which will lead to the girl suffering serious bullying. If you lower a girl's reputation to -100, Senpai will reject her LoveConfession, which is enough for Yandere-chan to eliminate her as a rival for his affection. Lowering her reputation even ''further'' than that is a pure exercise in cruelty, and will eventually make things so bad for her that not only does the entire school hate her, but they ''want her to die'', which ultimately results in the poor girl hanging herself.
18th Mar '16 4:39:27 PM Pichu-kun
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* In ''VideoGame/{{RefleX}}'', Raiwat commander-in-chief Tsukikagerou is so utterly ashamed of failing to capture the ZODIAC Ophiuchus and being forced to retreat that he kills himself.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{RefleX}}'', Raiwat commander-in-chief Tsukikagerou is so utterly ashamed of failing to capture the ZODIAC Ophiuchus and being forced to retreat that he kills himself.himself.
* ''Videogame/{{Transistor}}'' has a few cases. [[spoiler:Asher and Grant Kendrall kill themselves before you can fight them, after the former confesses to their crimes]]. And in the end, [[spoiler:Red does this to herself to be in the Transistor with her boyfriend]].
* The Lemme Fatale enemy in ''[[VideoGame/{{Lemmings}} Lemmings Chronicles]]'' is an EnthrallingSiren who drives Lemmings who get near her to suicide.
* In ''VideoGame/ThisWarOfMine'', any survivors that delve too far into depression without any respite will eventually take their own lives.
* [[spoiler: Kate Marsh]] from ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrange'' will try and kill [[spoiler:herself]] in Episode 2. How that turns out is determined by the player's choices.
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