History EvenEvilHasStandards / VideoGames

24th Sep '16 12:51:58 PM nombretomado
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*** Oh, and judging by this winquote in [[CapcomVsWhatever SNK vs Capcom: SVC Chaos]], he thinks lowly of [[AbusiveParents child abuse]] as well:

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*** Oh, and judging by this winquote in [[CapcomVsWhatever SNK vs Capcom: SVC Chaos]], ''VideoGame/SNKVsCapcomSVCChaos'', he thinks lowly of [[AbusiveParents child abuse]] as well:
9th Aug '16 1:34:55 AM Chariset
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* AffablyEvil ProfessionalKiller Shelly de Killer from ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyJusticeForAll'' has very strict standards. [[spoiler:To win the game, you have to show him just how amoral his current boss is, up to and including ''planning to blackmail him'' over the murder he was hired to commit. Disgusted at just how lacking in standards his boss is, Shelly releases his hostage and plans to kill his boss next, and he pleads guilty so he can be safe from Shelly in jail.]]
** Also inverted and likely played straight in the same case, where Phoenix, [[spoiler:realizing that Matt Engarde was more or less responsible for the murder in question, struggles ridiculously hard to get him acquitted, as doing so means that Maya, who's in captivity by Matt's hired hitman, will be set free.]] Edgeworth picks up on it and, since he's been away to do some soul-searching and realised that he should searching for the truth instead of just earning his guilty verdicts (which leads on to the events preceding ''Trials and Tribulations'' and ''Investigations''), he helps Phoenix eventually resolve the crisis. And when asked by Edgeworth why he seems to be [[spoiler:rejoicing despite getting his first guilty verdict in his entire ''career'', Phoenix simply replies, "It doesn't feel right."]]
** Also played with in ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorney: Trials and Tribulation'' with the Mask☆[=DeMasque=] case when [[spoiler:Luke Atmey is shown to be the true villain]] with Godot. Despite the fact that he still opposes Nick because [[spoiler:he blames Nick for the death of his girlfriend, and Nick's mentor, Mia Fey]], he admits that [[spoiler:Atmey]] is [[EvenEvilHasStandards a sad excuse for a man.]]

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* AffablyEvil ProfessionalKiller Shelly de Killer from ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyJusticeForAll'' has very strict standards. [[spoiler:To win the game, you have to show him just how amoral his current boss client is, up to and including ''planning to blackmail him'' over the murder he was hired to commit. Disgusted at just how lacking in standards his boss is, Disgusted, Shelly releases decides his hostage and plans to kill client is now his boss next, and he pleads next target, causing the man to declare himself guilty so he can be safe from Shelly in jail.]]
** Also inverted and likely played straight in the same case, where Phoenix, [[spoiler:realizing that Matt Engarde was more or less responsible for the murder in question, struggles ridiculously hard to get him acquitted, as doing so means that Maya, who's in captivity by Matt's hired hitman, will be set free.]] Edgeworth picks up on it and, since he's been away to do some soul-searching and realised that he should searching for the truth instead of just earning his guilty verdicts (which leads on to the events preceding ''Trials and Tribulations'' and ''Investigations''), he helps Phoenix eventually resolve the crisis. And when asked by Edgeworth why he seems to be [[spoiler:rejoicing despite getting his first guilty verdict in his entire ''career'', Phoenix simply replies, "It doesn't feel right."]]
** Also played with in ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorney: Trials and Tribulation'' with the Mask☆[=DeMasque=] case when [[spoiler:Luke Atmey is shown to be the true villain]] with Godot. Despite the fact that he still opposes Nick because [[spoiler:he blames Nick for the death of his girlfriend, and Nick's mentor, Mia Fey]], he admits that [[spoiler:Atmey]] is [[EvenEvilHasStandards a sad excuse for a man.
rather than face De Killer's wrath.]]
2nd Jul '16 12:00:19 PM MrUnderhill
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* [[VideoGame/{{Skullgirls}} Both Marie and Samson]] share traits of this, granted that [[spoiler:[[AntiVillain Marie isn't evil]]]] and Samson is holding something back who's [[SealedEvilInACan worse than he is.]]

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* [[VideoGame/{{Skullgirls}} Both In ''VideoGame/{{Skullgirls}}'', both Marie and Samson]] Samson share traits of this, granted that [[spoiler:[[AntiVillain Marie isn't evil]]]] and Samson is holding something back who's [[SealedEvilInACan worse than he is.]]
25th Jun '16 12:45:23 AM thatmadork
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* Some people quit the Genocide route of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' because Papyrus is too innocent to kill. [[spoiler: Also, at the end of the Genocide Route, Flowey is horrified by what [[OmnicidalManiac Chara/Frisk]] has done.]]

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* Meta example from ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'': Some people quit the Genocide route of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' because Papyrus [[NiceGuy Papyrus]] is too innocent to kill. [[spoiler: Also, at [[AxCrazy Flowey]] also gets in on this if you spare Toriel and then reset and murder her (commenting "Wow, you're utterly repulsive.") and [[spoiler:at the end of the Genocide Route, Flowey is horrified by what [[OmnicidalManiac Chara/Frisk]] has done.]]
13th Jun '16 8:55:57 AM NNinja
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** Even someone as horrible as [[spoiler:Dahlia Hawthorne]] has something similar to this. [[spoiler:Dahlia didn't really click with the whole "have Pearl become the new master" plan of her mother Morgan Fey, claiming that she forced all of her broken dreams and hopes on Pearl, whether she likes it or not. She also hates Morgan, as well. Dahlia agrees that Maya Fey must die, but to her, it is for revenge against the already deceased Mia Fey.]]
29th May '16 7:30:54 AM MadisonSilver
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* Some people quit the Genocide route of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' because Papyrus is too innocent to kill.

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* Some people quit the Genocide route of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' because Papyrus is too innocent to kill. [[spoiler: Also, at the end of the Genocide Route, Flowey is horrified by what [[OmnicidalManiac Chara/Frisk]] has done.]]
27th May '16 12:44:44 PM MadisonSilver
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* Some people quit the Genocide route of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' because Papyrus is too innocent to kill.
13th May '16 7:44:11 AM eliaskelham
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** There also exist some other weird form of griefers, too. Some of them may go around doing silly things in ''SecondLife'', but don't troll certain sims, or draw the line at actually ''crashing'' a sim unless it's to help the owner(s) test the security. (In fact, there's a sim in ''Second Life'' where the ''entire point'' is to crash it, and if you do, the people running it try to find out what you did to crash it so they can help improve the stability of other sims.) Some griefers may like to do stuff like flood a sim with silly stuff like Tetris blocks...but will draw the line at certain shock images.
24th Apr '16 3:11:33 AM erforce
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* Normally, [[MortalKombat Mortal Kombat Kharacters]] don't have much standards, like [[SexIsViolence Mileena]] and [[GodIsEvil any of the gods save Fujin.]] That is, until MortalKombatX where Kano finds out that [[YourSoulIsMine Shang Tsung]] had not only made many clones of [[MesACrowd Mileena,]] but also Kano himself. Clear to say, Kano's none too happy.

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* Normally, [[MortalKombat Mortal Kombat Kharacters]] ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' kharacters don't have much standards, like [[SexIsViolence Mileena]] and [[GodIsEvil any of the gods save Fujin.]] That is, until MortalKombatX ''VideoGame/MortalKombatX'' where Kano finds out that [[YourSoulIsMine Shang Tsung]] had not only made many clones of [[MesACrowd Mileena,]] but also Kano himself. Clear to say, Kano's none too happy.



* StarWarsTheOldRepublic.

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* StarWarsTheOldRepublic.''VideoGame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic''
20th Apr '16 12:46:29 AM TinMan
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* General Shepherd in ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare2'' was willing to use a FalseFlagOperation to start World War III between the United States and Russia and betray his own men after framing them for treason, but he draws the line at using nukes in the war. Both because the nuke in question was being used against the U.S. and because it reminds him of the act that caused his StartOfDarkness, when a terrorist used a nuke to blow up thirty thousand American soldiers years prior.
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