History DrivenToSuicide / VideoGames

14th Nov '17 9:08:55 PM Pichu-kun
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* In the ''VideoGame/SerialExperimentsLain'' Playstation game]], [[spoiler:Lain]] shoots herself at the end.
* A rare variation of this happens in VideoGame/ZeroNoKiseki since it happens not to a conventional living being. [[spoiler:Demiourgos, Sept-Terrion of Mirage capable of manipulating knowledge and perception, realized that "her" attempt at guiding humanity through her power was abused by the civilization she intended to guide thus she erased her own existence in order to prevent further misuse, thus starting the 1200-year legacy of attempt at recreating said treasure.]]

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* In the ''VideoGame/SerialExperimentsLain'' Playstation game]], game, [[spoiler:Lain]] shoots herself at the end.
* A rare variation of this happens in VideoGame/ZeroNoKiseki ''VideoGame/ZeroNoKiseki'' since it happens not to a conventional living being. [[spoiler:Demiourgos, Sept-Terrion of Mirage capable of manipulating knowledge and perception, realized that "her" attempt at guiding humanity through her power was abused by the civilization she intended to guide thus she erased her own existence in order to prevent further misuse, thus starting the 1200-year legacy of attempt at recreating said treasure.]]
2nd Nov '17 1:19:47 PM infernape612
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** In ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar Genealogy of the Holy War]]'', Alvis and Azel's father Lord Victor of Velthomer committed suicide when Alvis was a pre-teen and Azel was a little boy. [[PromotionToParent Alvis started raising his half-brother from then on.]]

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** In ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar Genealogy of the Holy War]]'', Alvis Arvis and Azel's Azelle's father Lord Victor of Velthomer committed suicide when Alvis Arvis was a pre-teen and Azel Azelle was a little boy. [[PromotionToParent Alvis Arvis started raising his half-brother from then on.]]



*** In the English version of the same game, the ending for [[spoiler:Karla]] and [[spoiler:Barte]] mentions that [[spoiler:Karla]] dies of an illness. Afterwards her husband [[spoiler:Barte]] gives their child to a relative and kills himself.

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*** In the English version of the same game, the ending for [[spoiler:Karla]] and [[spoiler:Barte]] mentions that [[spoiler:Karla]] dies of an illness. Afterwards her husband [[spoiler:Barte]] gives their child to a relative and kills himself. However, the Japanese ending implies no such thing, and [[spoiler:Bartre]] killing himself directly contradicts ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemTheBindingBlade The Binding Blade]]'', where he appears alive and well.
22nd Oct '17 8:16:27 AM MeikyuButterfly
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** In ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts358/2'' Xion is Driven To Assisted Suicide, when she realizes that she and her friends will never have the happy, normal life they've been wishing for, and that her mere existence is slowly killing Roxas.

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** In ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts358/2'' ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts358DaysOver2'' [[BreakTheCutie Xion is Driven To Assisted Suicide, Suicide]] when she realizes that she and her friends will never have the happy, normal life they've been wishing for, and that her mere existence is slowly killing Roxas.
22nd Oct '17 8:13:59 AM MeikyuButterfly
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* In the epilogue of ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsBirthBySleep'', [[spoiler:Aqua]] ends up all alone in the realm of darkness and seriously considers [[DrivenToSuicide fading into the darkness]]. [[spoiler:She]] thankfully snaps out of it due to [[spoiler:Terra and Ven's keyblades appearing]], [[FridgeHorror but if they hadn't]]...

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* *''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'':
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In the epilogue of ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsBirthBySleep'', [[spoiler:Aqua]] ends up all alone in the realm of darkness and seriously considers [[DrivenToSuicide fading into the darkness]]. [[spoiler:She]] thankfully snaps out of it due to [[spoiler:Terra and Ven's keyblades appearing]], [[FridgeHorror but if they hadn't]]...hadn't]]...
** In ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts358/2'' Xion is Driven To Assisted Suicide, when she realizes that she and her friends will never have the happy, normal life they've been wishing for, and that her mere existence is slowly killing Roxas.
19th Oct '17 6:50:46 AM wentesur
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* In the ''VideoGame/SerialExperimentsLain'' Playstation game]], [[spoiler:Lain]] shoots herself at the end.

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* In the ''VideoGame/SerialExperimentsLain'' Playstation game]], [[spoiler:Lain]] shoots herself at the end.end.
* A rare variation of this happens in VideoGame/ZeroNoKiseki since it happens not to a conventional living being. [[spoiler:Demiourgos, Sept-Terrion of Mirage capable of manipulating knowledge and perception, realized that "her" attempt at guiding humanity through her power was abused by the civilization she intended to guide thus she erased her own existence in order to prevent further misuse, thus starting the 1200-year legacy of attempt at recreating said treasure.]]
19th Oct '17 2:04:42 AM kazokuhouou
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** The Promo Concept video hints that Yandere-chan herself could be driven to this should someone else confess to Senpai before she can, but so far it's just a concept.
3rd Oct '17 8:33:10 PM TheCuza
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** Arcade Gannon [[{{Seppuku}} disembowels himself]] with a scalpel in his ending if you turn him into a slave for Caesar.
** Near the end of ''Dead Money'', Dog decides to kill himself to stop his SplitPersonality from constantly nagging him. Unfortunately, his method involves blowing himself up and taking the whole Sierra Madre Casino with him. You must turn off the three gas valves in the area and then talk to him, at which point you can either convince him to kill himself by [[NeckSnap snapping his own neck]] instead, cause one personality to do a SplitPersonalityTakeover, or cause a SplitPersonalityMerge. If you don't have the Speech skill for any of that, you will have to fight him and kill him yourself.
** In Boone's Vengeful NCR ending, Boone heads back to California to find the NCR officer who ordered the attack on Bitter Springs, and takes with him [[MurderSuicide a pistol loaded with only two bullets]]. In the Vengeful Legion ending, he stages a suicidal charge against the Legion, leading to him being crucified.

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** If you turn Arcade Gannon [[{{Seppuku}} disembowels himself]] with a scalpel in his ending if you turn him into a slave for Caesar.
Caesar's Legion, and win the game for the Legion, the ending narration says that after years of unwilling servitude, he saw an opportunity to off himself when nobody was looking and took it, disemboweling himself with a surgical scalpel. Since he was the Legion's only doctor (which is why they wanted him as a slave in the first place), they weren't able to save him.
** Near the end of ''Dead Money'', Dog decides to kill himself to stop his SplitPersonality from constantly nagging him. Unfortunately, his method involves blowing himself up and taking the whole Sierra Madre Casino with him. You must stealthily turn off the three gas valves in the area and then talk to him, at which point you can either convince him to kill himself by [[NeckSnap snapping his own neck]] instead, cause one either personality to do a SplitPersonalityTakeover, or cause a SplitPersonalityMerge. If you don't have the Speech skill for any of that, you will have to fight him and kill him yourself.
** In Boone's Vengeful NCR ending, If you convince Boone heads to become vengeful over the events at Bitter Springs and win the game for the NCR, the ending narration says that Boone went back to California to find track down the NCR officer who ordered the attack on Bitter Springs, Springs attack, and takes with him brought along a pistol [[MurderSuicide a pistol loaded with only two bullets]]. In If you make him vengeful but win the Vengeful Legion ending, he stages a suicidal charge against game for the Legion, leading to him being the ending says that Boone committed SuicideByCop, recklessly slaughtering as many Legionaries as he could until he was inevitably captured and crucified.



* [[spoiler:Tai Kaliso]] in ''VideoGame/GearsOfWar 2'', after enduring an impossibly brutal series of tortures at the hands of the Locust Horde, puts a shotgun to his chin the moment it is offered to him. [[spoiler:One of the [[ExpandedUniverse comics]] focuses on Tai's time in captivity, where Tai's narration states that he was tortured so badly that his soul felt the need to escape his body. Since in his religion considers a body with no soul to be nothing but an empty husk and thus quite useless, he probably didn't feel like it was worth keeping alive]].

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* [[spoiler:Tai Kaliso]] in ''VideoGame/GearsOfWar 2'', after enduring an impossibly brutal series of tortures at the hands of the being rescued from Locust Horde, puts torture, is given a shotgun for the purpose of defending himself from the incoming Locust reinforcements. Without a word, he puts it to his chin the moment it is offered to him.instead and blows his brains out. [[spoiler:One of the [[ExpandedUniverse comics]] focuses on Tai's time in captivity, where Tai's narration states that he was tortured so badly that his soul felt the need to escape his body. Since in And since his religion considers a body with no soul to be nothing but an just a useless empty husk and thus quite useless, he probably didn't feel like it was worth keeping alive]].husk, well...]]
22nd Sep '17 8:43:44 AM Pichu-kun
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** 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.

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** At Most people who [[spoiler:reach the highest level final stage of [[spoiler:[[HatePlague Hinamizawa Syndrome]]]] people claw Syndrome]] die by clawing out their throats.
own throats - including [[spoiler:Keiichi]] in ''Onikakushi-hen'', Tomitake in every arc [[spoiler:except ''Matsuribayashi-hen'']], and attempted by [[spoiler:Satoshi]] in the backstory, though he was stopped. Also, [[spoiler:Natsumi]] does this in ''Someutsushi-hen''.
** [[spoiler:Rena's]] The ending of ''Meakashi-hen'' has [[spoiler:Shion]] doing this. She falls from the window fall onto a lower roof and then choose to roll off that roof onto the ground. [[EpilepticTree It's an open question whether she would have survived had she not done that]]. The anime changed her death so that it wasn't a suicide; she accidentally fell straight down to the ground. The manga kept the original death.
** There are also several other deaths which appear to be DrivenToSuicide, but [[NeverSuicide turn out to be murder]]: [[spoiler:Rika's mother]] in the
backstory has her having (seen to be murder in ''Matsuribayashi-hen'') and [[spoiler:Dr. Irie]] in ''Tatarigorshi-hen'' (seen to be murder in ''Minagoroshi-hen'').
** After the events of ''Tatarigoroshi-hen'', Keiichi is [[DespairEventHorizon driven to suicide]] in what is implied to be a different manner, since he was stopped and sent to a mental institution. Hey, if you'd just managed to [[spoiler:curse death upon your entire village ''successfully'' after being shoved off a bridge by your adopted sister,]] you might go a little nuts too. However, [[spoiler:Keiichi simply had a God complex. He thought he was a God, due to everyone he said he wished dead, died. Coincidentally.]]
** Shion does the same thing as Keiichi in ''Tatarigoroshi-hen'' (and, implicitly, [[spoiler:most other arcs with the exception of the "real" ''Tsumihoroboshi-hen'', where everyone died in the school explosion, rather than the gas disaster]]), according to the victim roll. The only difference is that she isn't stopped. Not sure whether it's similar to what happened in [[spoiler:''Watanagashi-hen/Meakashi-hen'']], however. Although she wasn't implied to have had an episode of [[spoiler:Hinamizawa Syndrome]] at the time, she could have easily been in the second wave of cases that ''[[BadFuture Onisarashi-hen]]'' explores.
** [[spoiler:Rena]], in ''every'' world, [[spoiler:minus the "good" world.]] However, it's an [[InterruptedSuicide attempted]] suicide prior to the series. She
attempted suicide in to slit either her neck or wrists (depending on the past.medium) after a depression, but was caught before she bled out. She gets better, [[spoiler:usually]].



** 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]].
** [[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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** 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]].
** [[spoiler:Rika]] attempts suicide in ''Minagoroshi-hen'' because as she doesn't want to see Satoko being abused again but by her uncle again. She doesn't go through with it.
it because she knows that her suicide will only make Satoko's ordeal worse.
22nd Sep '17 8:36:57 AM Pichu-kun
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* One of the bad endings in ''VisualNovel/SchoolDays'' has this too: [[spoiler:Kotonoha Katsura, the Ojou of the story, throws herself off a building if Makoto (in the main player's shoes) goes with Sekai instead. And she actually dies ''in front of Sekai and Makoto'' (HighPressureBlood and all), traumatising them so badly that Makoto not only breaks up with Sekai, but [[AllergicToLove swears off romance]] ''forever''.]]

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* One of the bad endings in ''VisualNovel/SchoolDays'' has this too: [[spoiler:Kotonoha Katsura, Katsura]], the Ojou of the story, throws herself off a building if Makoto (in the main player's shoes) goes with Sekai [[spoiler:Sekai]] instead. And she actually dies ''in front of Sekai of[[spoiler: Sekai]] and Makoto'' (HighPressureBlood and all), traumatising them so badly that Makoto not only breaks up with Sekai, [[spoiler:Sekai]], but [[AllergicToLove [[CelibateHero swears off romance]] ''forever''.]]



* In ''IllusionOfGaia'' - Will is forced into a game of Russian Roulette using a poisoned drink. Will's psychic powers allow him him to dodge the poison, but the other player, Straw Hat, drinks the poisoned shot anyway, out of sheer wounded pride. [[spoiler:After this, you read a letter from him telling you he had a terminal disease and was playing the Russian Glass Game so that his pregnant wife would be finacially secure after his death. He had nothing to lose by drinking the poison.]]

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* In ''IllusionOfGaia'' ''VideoGame/IllusionOfGaia'' - Will is forced into a game of Russian Roulette using a poisoned drink. Will's psychic powers allow him him to dodge the poison, but the other player, Straw Hat, drinks the poisoned shot anyway, out of sheer wounded pride. [[spoiler:After this, you read a letter from him telling you he had a terminal disease and was playing the Russian Glass Game so that his pregnant wife would be finacially secure after his death. He had nothing to lose by drinking the poison.]]



* ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'':



*** Rivet City has Mister Lopez, a suicidal senior whose family was killed by Raiders, standing at the top of the Bridge Tower. You can either convince him to jump to his death (bad Karma), or talk him out of it (good Karma).
*** Rivet City also has Mei Wong, an escaped slave. She's terrified of a man named Sister who's a former slaver and thinks he's coming after her. You can either give her money to buy a gun for protection (good Karma), or tell Sister (who doesn't really care) she's a slave and let Mei know you told him, causing her to overreact and kill herself (bad Karma).
*** In the Fallout 3 add-on "Operation Anchorage", if you have a high enough level in Speech you can [[spoiler:prompt General Jingwei to commit suicide by falling on his own sword, after he decides he would rather die than be captured.]]
*** You can sometimes come across skeletal remains with bloodstains caked into the walls and guns lying next to them. Presumably when the nuclear holocaust happened, some people decided to die on their own terms.
** In ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'', if you tell Ranger [[spoiler:Chief Hanlon]] that you know he's the one behind the bizarre intelligence reports [[spoiler:to get the Rangers out of what he considers a HopelessWar]], he'll excuse himself, announce his misdeeds to [[spoiler:Camp Golf]], and shoot himself in the head.
*** Captain Curtis, [[TheMole a Legion mole]] in Camp [=McCarran=], also kills himself after you report him to Colonel Hsu, providing you didn't kill him yourself.
*** In the ''Dead Money'' DLC, when the security came on-line at the Sierra Madre Casino, some of the guests killed themselves to avoid dying of starvation or being killed by security. [[spoiler:This was the ultimate fate of Vera Keyes, the singer for whom the casino was built]].
*** If General Oliver was talked down in the House ending, Mr. House will state that Oliver has a roughly 40% chance of committing suicide since he'll be publicly disgraced and held responsible for losing the war once he returns to NCR territory, with his hopes of pursuing a political career dashed to the ground. The same probably applies in the Independent Vegas ending.
*** Arcade Gannon [[{{Seppuku}} disembowels himself]] with a scalpel in his ending if you turn him into a slave for Caesar.
*** Near the end of ''Dead Money'', Dog decides to kill himself to stop his SplitPersonality from constantly nagging him. Unfortunately, his method involves blowing himself up and taking the whole Sierra Madre Casino with him. You must turn off the three gas valves in the area and then talk to him, at which point you can either convince him to kill himself by [[NeckSnap snapping his own neck]] instead, cause one personality to do a SplitPersonalityTakeover, or cause a SplitPersonalityMerge. If you don't have the Speech skill for any of that, you will have to fight him and kill him yourself.
*** In Boone's Vengeful NCR ending, Boone heads back to California to find the NCR officer who ordered the attack on Bitter Springs, and takes with him [[MurderSuicide a pistol loaded with only two bullets]]. In the Vengeful Legion ending, he stages a suicidal charge against the Legion, leading to him being crucified.
** ''VideoGame/Fallout4'' has Liam Binet, a ReverseMole for the [[PrinciplesZealot Railroad]] working for [[BigBad the Institute]]. If the player sides with the Railroad and destroys the Institute, he kills himself out of the grief of his family having been murdered and leaves behind a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech directed at the player in the form of a suicide note.

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*** ** Rivet City has Mister Lopez, a suicidal senior whose family was killed by Raiders, standing at the top of the Bridge Tower. You can either convince him to jump to his death (bad Karma), or talk him out of it (good Karma).
*** ** Rivet City also has Mei Wong, an escaped slave. She's terrified of a man named Sister who's a former slaver and thinks he's coming after her. You can either give her money to buy a gun for protection (good Karma), or tell Sister (who doesn't really care) she's a slave and let Mei know you told him, causing her to overreact and kill herself (bad Karma).
*** ** In the Fallout 3 ''Fallout 3'' add-on "Operation Anchorage", if you have a high enough level in Speech you can [[spoiler:prompt General Jingwei to commit suicide by falling on his own sword, after he decides he would rather die than be captured.]]
*** ** You can sometimes come across skeletal remains with bloodstains caked into the walls and guns lying next to them. Presumably when the nuclear holocaust happened, some people decided to die on their own terms.
* ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'':
** In ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'', if If you tell Ranger [[spoiler:Chief Hanlon]] that you know he's the one behind the bizarre intelligence reports [[spoiler:to get the Rangers out of what he considers a HopelessWar]], he'll excuse himself, announce his misdeeds to [[spoiler:Camp Golf]], and shoot himself in the head.
*** ** Captain Curtis, [[TheMole a Legion mole]] in Camp [=McCarran=], also kills himself after you report him to Colonel Hsu, providing you didn't kill him yourself.
*** ** In the ''Dead Money'' DLC, when the security came on-line at the Sierra Madre Casino, some of the guests killed themselves to avoid dying of starvation or being killed by security. [[spoiler:This was the ultimate fate of Vera Keyes, the singer for whom the casino was built]].
*** ** If General Oliver was talked down in the House ending, Mr. House will state that Oliver has a roughly 40% chance of committing suicide since he'll be publicly disgraced and held responsible for losing the war once he returns to NCR territory, with his hopes of pursuing a political career dashed to the ground. The same probably applies in the Independent Vegas ending.
*** ** Arcade Gannon [[{{Seppuku}} disembowels himself]] with a scalpel in his ending if you turn him into a slave for Caesar.
*** ** Near the end of ''Dead Money'', Dog decides to kill himself to stop his SplitPersonality from constantly nagging him. Unfortunately, his method involves blowing himself up and taking the whole Sierra Madre Casino with him. You must turn off the three gas valves in the area and then talk to him, at which point you can either convince him to kill himself by [[NeckSnap snapping his own neck]] instead, cause one personality to do a SplitPersonalityTakeover, or cause a SplitPersonalityMerge. If you don't have the Speech skill for any of that, you will have to fight him and kill him yourself.
*** ** In Boone's Vengeful NCR ending, Boone heads back to California to find the NCR officer who ordered the attack on Bitter Springs, and takes with him [[MurderSuicide a pistol loaded with only two bullets]]. In the Vengeful Legion ending, he stages a suicidal charge against the Legion, leading to him being crucified.
** * ''VideoGame/Fallout4'' has Liam Binet, a ReverseMole for the [[PrinciplesZealot Railroad]] working for [[BigBad the Institute]]. If the player sides with the Railroad and destroys the Institute, he kills himself out of the grief of his family having been murdered and leaves behind a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech directed at the player in the form of a suicide note.



* In ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2'', it is revealed that [[spoiler: Otacon's father drowned himself after finding out that his wife (Otacon's step-mother) and son were having an affair.]] In the same game, Fortune's mother committed suicide after her husband's death and her son-in-law's imprisonment.

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* ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'':
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In ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2'', it is revealed that [[spoiler: Otacon's father drowned himself after finding out that his wife (Otacon's step-mother) and son were having an affair.]] In the same game, Fortune's mother committed suicide after her husband's death and her son-in-law's imprisonment.



* [[spoiler:Tai Kaliso]] in ''GearsOfWar 2'', after enduring an impossibly brutal series of tortures at the hands of the Locust Horde, puts a shotgun to his chin the moment it is offered to him. [[spoiler:One of the [[ExpandedUniverse comics]] focuses on Tai's time in captivity, where Tai's narration states that he was tortured so badly that his soul felt the need to escape his body. Since in his religion considers a body with no soul to be nothing but an empty husk and thus quite useless, he probably didn't feel like it was worth keeping alive]].
* ''Franchise/MassEffect'': not only does [[spoiler:Fai Dan]] shoot himself to escape the Thorian's mind control, but other characters can also be DrivenToSuicide depending on the player's decisions, including [[spoiler:Saren]].

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* [[spoiler:Tai Kaliso]] in ''GearsOfWar ''VideoGame/GearsOfWar 2'', after enduring an impossibly brutal series of tortures at the hands of the Locust Horde, puts a shotgun to his chin the moment it is offered to him. [[spoiler:One of the [[ExpandedUniverse comics]] focuses on Tai's time in captivity, where Tai's narration states that he was tortured so badly that his soul felt the need to escape his body. Since in his religion considers a body with no soul to be nothing but an empty husk and thus quite useless, he probably didn't feel like it was worth keeping alive]].
* ''Franchise/MassEffect'': not ''Franchise/MassEffect'':
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only does [[spoiler:Fai Dan]] shoot himself to escape the Thorian's mind control, but other characters can also be DrivenToSuicide depending on the player's decisions, including [[spoiler:Saren]].



* In one of ''SilentHill2'''s MultipleEndings, [[spoiler:James drowns himself so that he can be TogetherInDeath with his wife, Mary.]]

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* In one of ''SilentHill2'''s ''VideoGame/SilentHill2'''s MultipleEndings, [[spoiler:James drowns himself so that he can be TogetherInDeath with his wife, Mary.]]



* In ''VideoGame/DeadSpace'' several members of the USG Ishimura crew who already haven't been turned into Necromorphs commit suicide; examples include the man who headbutts a bulkhead until his head is pulped, the woman in the medical bay who severs her throat with a surgical saw, and a woman in [[MadScientist Doctor Challus Mercer's]] evil Unitology RoomFullOfCrazy who blasts her own head off. Also [[spoiler:Isaac's girlfriend Nicole killed herself via lethal injection before the game began; Isaac just doesn't realize it until the end]].

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* In ''VideoGame/DeadSpace'' several ''VideoGame/DeadSpace'':
** Several
members of the USG Ishimura crew who already haven't been turned into Necromorphs commit suicide; examples include the man who headbutts a bulkhead until his head is pulped, the woman in the medical bay who severs her throat with a surgical saw, and a woman in [[MadScientist Doctor Challus Mercer's]] evil Unitology RoomFullOfCrazy who blasts her own head off. Also [[spoiler:Isaac's girlfriend Nicole killed herself via lethal injection before the game began; Isaac just doesn't realize it until the end]].



* Many, ''many'' examples can be found in ''TheSuffering.'' At the beginning of the game, for example, several inmates in Cell Block T hang themselves following the earthquake.

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* Many, ''many'' examples can be found in ''TheSuffering.'' ''VideoGame/TheSuffering'':
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At the beginning of the game, for example, several inmates in Cell Block T hang themselves following the earthquake.



* HK-47 of ''KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' fame jokes about this in the sequel, however [[ICannotSelfTerminate he cannot self-terminate]].

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* HK-47 of ''KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' fame jokes about this in the sequel, however [[ICannotSelfTerminate he cannot self-terminate]].



* At the end of Toshiko's series of missions in ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoLibertyCityStories'', which she has Toni perform against her husband Kazuki in revenge for [[WomanScorned neglecting her]], culminating in his death, she realizes that she has lost everything, and commits suicide by defenestration as Toni watches.

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* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'':
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At the end of Toshiko's series of missions in ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoLibertyCityStories'', which she has Toni perform against her husband Kazuki in revenge for [[WomanScorned neglecting her]], culminating in his death, she realizes that she has lost everything, and commits suicide by defenestration as Toni watches.



* ''Franchise/FireEmblem'':

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* ''Franchise/FireEmblem'':''VideoGame/FireEmblem'':



* ''ShadowWarrior'' has a humorous version: the standard mooks that shoot Uzis at the player character seem to have a high enough sense of honour that they'll take their failure to kill him in the only way a honourable warrior would: by eating their gun and shooting half their skull off.

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* ''ShadowWarrior'' ''VideoGame/ShadowWarrior'' has a humorous version: the standard mooks that shoot Uzis at the player character seem to have a high enough sense of honour that they'll take their failure to kill him in the only way a honourable warrior would: by eating their gun and shooting half their skull off.



* In ''[[VideoGame/DemonSSouls Demon's Souls]]'', mistress Astria will be kill herself, only if you manage to kill her loyal guard first, and considering the game it's actually the easier path as it's only him, becoming an AntiClimaxBoss depending on how you take out the guard, you can wear enchantments and stand just out of his sight of you and make a cloud of poison to slowly kill him.

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* In ''[[VideoGame/DemonSSouls '[[VideoGame/DemonSSouls Demon's Souls]]'', mistress Souls]]'':
** Mistress
Astria will be kill herself, only if you manage to kill her loyal guard first, and considering the game it's actually the easier path as it's only him, becoming an AntiClimaxBoss depending on how you take out the guard, you can wear enchantments and stand just out of his sight of you and make a cloud of poison to slowly kill him.






* In the 2012 reboot of ''VideoGame/TwistedMetal'', [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3dcocUQgjg the original ending to Dollface's campaign]] would've had her having a HeelRealization and letting herself get run over.

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* In the 2012 reboot of ''VideoGame/TwistedMetal'', [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3dcocUQgjg the original ending to Dollface's campaign]] would've had her having a HeelRealization and letting herself get run over.over.
* In the ''VideoGame/SerialExperimentsLain'' Playstation game]], [[spoiler:Lain]] shoots herself at the end.
15th Aug '17 12:43:16 AM Vir
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* In ''VideoGame/SuperMarioRPG'', Boomer, the second-to-last boss to fight [[spoiler:before entering [[VeryDefiniteFinalDungeon The Gate to Smithy's world]]]], ends the fight before Mario and co. attempt to finish him off, saying [[HonorBeforeReason he'd rather kill himself than lose to them.]] Mario tries to talk him out of it, but Boomer refuses to take his sympathy. With one swing, Boomer hits Chandeli-Ho, who releases the chandelier and sends him plummeting to his doom...[[SubvertedTrope or so we'd think,]] if that same Chandeli-Ho didn't say [[BungledSuicide he wouldn't be]] [[NotTheFallThatKillsYou killed by the impact,]] or even ''[[NoSell harmed for that matter]]'' right afterwards.

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* In ''VideoGame/SuperMarioRPG'', Boomer, the second-to-last boss to fight [[spoiler:before entering [[VeryDefiniteFinalDungeon [[TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon The Gate to Smithy's world]]]], ends the fight before Mario and co. attempt to finish him off, saying [[HonorBeforeReason he'd rather kill himself than lose to them.]] Mario tries to talk him out of it, but Boomer refuses to take his sympathy. With one swing, Boomer hits Chandeli-Ho, who releases the chandelier and sends him plummeting to his doom...[[SubvertedTrope or so we'd think,]] if that same Chandeli-Ho didn't say [[BungledSuicide he wouldn't be]] [[NotTheFallThatKillsYou killed by the impact,]] or even ''[[NoSell harmed for that matter]]'' right afterwards.



* The GameOver sequence in the old management game ''Detroit'', which happens if you end your year in the red too many times, shows your CEO drinking a last glass of water and climbing out of a skyscraper window.

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* The GameOver sequence in the old management game ''Detroit'', which happens if you end your year in the red too many times, shows your CEO drinking a last glass of water and climbing out of a skyscraper window.window.
* In the 2012 reboot of ''VideoGame/TwistedMetal'', [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3dcocUQgjg the original ending to Dollface's campaign]] would've had her having a HeelRealization and letting herself get run over.
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