History FurryConfusion / VideoGames

4th Apr '17 3:19:49 PM CyberController
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**The dogs from the game. Dogamy and Dogaressa, as well as Doggo, are all anthropomorphic, although they show dog-like behavior occasionally, and speak English. The Greater Dog and Lesser Dog are much less anthropomorphic, and do not speak. The Annoying Dog has little if any humanoid traits aside from [[{{Troll}} a mischievous sense of humor.]]

31st Mar '17 7:00:13 PM Doug86
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* In the ''BreathOfFire'' games, your entire party by and large consists of full anthros and petting zoo people, yet no one complains or even seems to think about it when you happily mow down, hunt, or fish their mundane, quadrupedal or legless counterparts, or use and abuse pack animals and pets. (Well, there is one scene in ''BreathOfFireII'' where your dogman friend objects to a pig being cooked, but that's because he was being paid to retrieve it...)

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* In the ''BreathOfFire'' ''Franchise/BreathOfFire'' games, your entire party by and large consists of full anthros and petting zoo people, yet no one complains or even seems to think about it when you happily mow down, hunt, or fish their mundane, quadrupedal or legless counterparts, or use and abuse pack animals and pets. (Well, there is one scene in ''BreathOfFireII'' ''VideoGame/BreathOfFireII'' where your dogman friend objects to a pig being cooked, but that's because he was being paid to retrieve it...)
16th Mar '17 12:40:26 AM Sammettik
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** This also applied to most of the species in the series based on real world animals. While all penguins and primates in the series are anthropomorphic, many others have both anthropomorphic and non-anthropomorphic members, sometimes even in the same game. ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'' features both an anthropomorphic pig and characters who are cursed into normal pigs, for example; while ''Franchise/WarioWare'' features both an anthropomorphic dog (Dribble) and a non-anthropomorphic but magical dog (Shadow), alongside the anthropomorphic dogs from Paper Mario known as Dogans.

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** This also applied to most of the species in the series based on real world animals. While all penguins and primates in the series are anthropomorphic, many others have both anthropomorphic and non-anthropomorphic members, sometimes even in the same game. ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'' features both an anthropomorphic pig and characters who are cursed into normal pigs, for example; while ''Franchise/WarioWare'' features both an anthropomorphic dog (Dribble) and a non-anthropomorphic but magical dog (Shadow), alongside the anthropomorphic dogs from Paper Mario known as Dogans.Doogans.
12th Mar '17 11:38:24 AM Sammettik
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** Animals do get referenced several times but they never appear within the games. This could be do to graphical limits - that they don't need to be seen so they don't appear in sprite form but are supposed to exist - or they may just not exist within the areas the games take place. This, admittedly, happens less and less in recent generations as more and more animals are "made into" Pokemon.

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** Animals do get referenced several times but they never appear within the games. This could be do to graphical limits - that they don't need to be seen so they don't appear in sprite form but are supposed to exist - or they may just not exist within the areas the games take place. This, admittedly, happens less and less in recent generations as more and more animals are "made into" Pokemon.
19th Jan '17 6:33:03 PM ElSquibbonator
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** Animals do get referenced several times but they never appear within the games. This could be do to graphical limits - that they don't need to be seen so they don't appear in sprite form but are supposed to exist - or they may just not exist within the areas the games take place.

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** Animals do get referenced several times but they never appear within the games. This could be do to graphical limits - that they don't need to be seen so they don't appear in sprite form but are supposed to exist - or they may just not exist within the areas the games take place. This, admittedly, happens less and less in recent generations as more and more animals are "made into" Pokemon.
13th Jan '17 3:35:13 PM HeroicJay
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* An NPC in ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' is a rabbit woman who is seen with a non-anthropomorphic rabbit on a leash. A nearby NPC remarks on how odd the situation is. [[spoiler:Turns out the smaller rabbit is actually the rabbit woman's little brother.]]
22nd Nov '16 9:51:57 PM Galacton
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** In the original games, the main characters are anthropomorphic animals ([[AmazingTechnicolorWildlife albeit oddly colored]]) who save [[CivilizedAnimal not-so-big]] animals from the clutches of Dr. Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik. This is especially weird in the ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'' games, where the playable characters can actually ''collect'' the non-anthropomorphs and give them to the Virtual Pet-like Chao.

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** In the original games, the main characters are anthropomorphic animals ([[AmazingTechnicolorWildlife albeit oddly colored]]) who save smaller [[CivilizedAnimal not-so-big]] less anthropomorphic]] animals from the clutches of Dr. Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik. This is especially weird in the ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'' games, where the playable characters can actually ''collect'' the non-anthropomorphs and give them to the Virtual Pet-like Chao.
17th Oct '16 3:48:46 PM hamza678
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* Despite not actually featuring any real animals, ''VideoGame{{Spore}}'' has occasionally fallen into this. Owing to the randomly generated wildlife, it's entirely possible that a nearby nest of creatures may actually be members of your own species. And ''[[ImAHumanitarian you can kill and eat them]]''.

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* Despite not actually featuring any real animals, ''VideoGame{{Spore}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Spore}}'' has occasionally fallen into this. Owing to the randomly generated wildlife, it's entirely possible that a nearby nest of creatures may actually be members of your own species. And ''[[ImAHumanitarian you can kill and eat them]]''.
13th Oct '16 5:48:40 AM SolidSonicTH
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** ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'' takes the cake, as it has three different kinds of bats: the anthropomorphic Rouge (who is in fact [[HumanoidFemaleAnimal MORE anthropomorphic than other characters]]), the cartoonish bats that are freed by killing Robotnik's robots, and actual real-life bats flying around in the level ''Death Chamber''.

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** ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'' takes the cake, as it has three different kinds of bats: the anthropomorphic Rouge (who is in fact [[HumanoidFemaleAnimal MORE anthropomorphic than other characters]]), the cartoonish bats that are freed by killing Robotnik's robots, and actual real-life bats flying around in the level ''Death Chamber''."Death Chamber".
27th Jun '16 8:34:40 AM FF32
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* Mae from ''VideoGame/NightInTheWoods'' is a talking, humanoid cat, yet one of her neighbors has a normal pet cat. One of her (also humanoid feline) grandfather's stories features a talking cat as a magical, fantastical element. Likewise, the bird-based PettingZooPeople in the game walk right beside normal pigeons.
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