History FamilyUnfriendlyDeath / VideoGames

7th Aug '16 12:14:14 AM wolftickets1969
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* In ''VideoGame/OriAndTheBlindForest'', the cutscene where Kuro's owlets are accidentally burned alive by the Spirit Tree is horrifyingly graphic for an E rating.

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* In ''VideoGame/OriAndTheBlindForest'', the cutscene where Kuro's owlets are accidentally burned alive by the Spirit Tree is horrifyingly graphic for an E rating. Like the ''Mario'' and ''Zelda'' examples above, Ori himself has a realistic drowning animation.
15th Jul '16 12:48:22 PM lady_peaseblossom
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--> '''Admiral A-Qira:''' (Gasp!) POISON! (Cough Gasp) TRECHORY!!! (Sputter Retch)

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--> '''Admiral A-Qira:''' (Gasp!) POISON! (Cough Gasp) TRECHORY!!! TREACHERY!!! (Sputter Retch)
12th Jul '16 6:58:10 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ABoyAndHisBlob'': To defeat the frog-like enemies you must transform Blob into a coconut which will make the enemy eat him. Then call the Blob back, he'll ''burst out of the enemy, making him explode''. Granted, it's a blob, but it's still kind of grisly.

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* ''ABoyAndHisBlob'': ''VideoGame/ABoyAndHisBlob'': To defeat the frog-like enemies you must transform Blob into a coconut which will make the enemy eat him. Then call the Blob back, he'll ''burst out of the enemy, making him explode''. Granted, it's a blob, but it's still kind of grisly.



* A beta version of the SNES platformer ''ArdyLightfoot'' has Catry, the vulpine boss of the fourth level, sporting a ninja costume (and a slightly more pronounced bustline). On the flip side, her final fate in the bowels of the next level's giant worm is as a half-digested corpse (as opposed to a skeleton in the final Japanese version and just lying prone on the ground in the U.S. version).

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* A beta version of the SNES platformer ''ArdyLightfoot'' ''VideoGame/ArdyLightfoot'' has Catry, the vulpine boss of the fourth level, sporting a ninja costume (and a slightly more pronounced bustline). On the flip side, her final fate in the bowels of the next level's giant worm is as a half-digested corpse (as opposed to a skeleton in the final Japanese version and just lying prone on the ground in the U.S. version).



* ''FreddiFish and the Case of the Missing Kelp Seeds'' has a DummiedOut IndulgentFantasySegue where Luther gets violently attacked by a PsychoElectricEel.

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* ''FreddiFish ''VideoGame/FreddiFish and the Case of the Missing Kelp Seeds'' has a DummiedOut IndulgentFantasySegue where Luther gets violently attacked by a PsychoElectricEel.
30th Jun '16 11:55:24 AM ParaBeetleX
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* FinalFantasyVI has Odin [[HalfTheManHeUsedToBe bisecting six people]] with Atom Edge onscreen, and summoning him in battle allows him to [[OneHitKill do the same to enemies.]]



* FinalFantasy
30th Jun '16 11:18:24 AM ParaBeetleX
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* FinalFantasy
8th Apr '16 2:10:26 AM morenohijazo
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* ''VideoGame/MinecraftStoryMode'': [[spoiler:While it revives afterwards, the Wither Storm being blown to bits by the Formidi-Bomb, complete with blood and ''visible bones''.]]
17th Feb '16 4:17:01 PM BillyMT
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* Miss Peaches in ''[[VideoGame/DogsLife Dog's Life]]'' invents a massive machine to turn dogs into cat food. However, the main character is able to turn the tables on her and causes her to fall in the machine by '''[[Main/ToiletHumour farting in her face.]]''' She comes out as an oversized can with her legs sticking out the bottom in a childish {{Slapstick}} gag, but then the machine realizes its mistake and pulls her ''back in!'' The machine exclaims that she has been "sliced, diced and mashed" and a row of cat food cans are seen exiting the machine.

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* Miss Peaches in ''[[VideoGame/DogsLife Dog's Life]]'' invents a massive machine to turn dogs into cat food. However, the main character [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7bC_kAR-wU&t=5m30s is able to turn the tables on her her]] and causes her to fall in the machine by '''[[Main/ToiletHumour farting in her face.]]''' She comes out as an oversized can with her legs sticking out the bottom in a childish {{Slapstick}} gag, but then the machine realizes its mistake and pulls her ''back in!'' The machine exclaims that she has been "sliced, diced and mashed" and a row of cat food cans are seen exiting the machine.
15th Feb '16 3:51:35 PM MyFinalEdits
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* Despite being clearly aimed at a very young audience, the classic ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Franchise/SpyroTheDragon Spyro the Dragon]]'' trilogy had some pretty unsettling deaths; for starters, keep in mind that Spyro [[KillItWithFire roasts his ennemies alive]] (some of them, such as Zephyr's chicks in ''Ripto's Rage'' being ''children''). The first game is very tame, but comes the second one, one boss is crushed under large boulders and Ripto himself meets his end by taking a head dive in a pool of lava. In ''Year Of The Dragon'', the Sorceress suffers a similar fate, with a pool of ''acid''. Ripto and his goons unexplicably survived, but the Sorceress stayed dead. Given [[CompleteMonster her]] [[WouldHurtAChild personnality]], it's probably for the best.

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* Despite being clearly aimed at a very young audience, the classic ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Franchise/SpyroTheDragon Spyro the Dragon]]'' ''Franchise/SpyroTheDragon'' trilogy had some pretty unsettling deaths; for starters, keep in mind that Spyro [[KillItWithFire roasts his ennemies alive]] (some of them, such as Zephyr's chicks in ''Ripto's Rage'' being ''children''). The first game is very tame, but comes the second one, one boss is crushed under large boulders and Ripto himself meets his end by taking a head dive in a pool of lava. In ''Year Of The Dragon'', the Sorceress suffers a similar fate, with a pool of ''acid''. Ripto and his goons unexplicably survived, but the Sorceress stayed dead. Given [[CompleteMonster her]] [[WouldHurtAChild personnality]], it's probably for the best.
15th Feb '16 3:12:46 PM Vorpale
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* Despite being clearly aimed at a very young audience, the classic ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Franchise/SpyroTheDragon Spyro the Dragon]]'' trilogy had some pretty unsettling deaths; for starters, keep in mind that Spyro [[KillItWithFire roasts his ennemies alive]] (some of them, such as Zephyr's chicks in ''Ripto's Rage'' being ''children''). The first game is very tame, but comes the second one, one boss is crushed under large boulders and Ripto himself meets his end by taking a head dive in a pool of lava. In ''Year Of The Dragon'', the Sorceress suffers a similar fate, with a pool of ''acid''. Ripto and his goons unexplicably survived, but the Sorceress stayed dead. Given [[CompleteMonster her]] [[WouldHurtAChild personnality]], it's probably for the best.
24th Jan '16 8:57:45 PM wolftickets1969
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* In ''VideoGame/OriAndTheBlindForest'', the cutscene where Kuro's owlets are accidentally burned alive by the Spirit Tree is horrifyingly graphic for an E rating.
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