History IronicEcho / VideoGames

25th Mar '17 4:01:37 AM Siempie
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** When Wheatley attempts to hack he says, "Let the games begin". However, once he [[spoiler:performs a FaceHeelTurn, he says the same line while trying to kill you, this time much more menacingly]].

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** When Wheatley attempts to hack into the neurotoxin generator he jokingly says, "Let the games begin". However, once he [[spoiler:performs a after he's [[spoiler: performed his FaceHeelTurn, he says the echoes this same line while trying to kill you, ''kill you''. And this time much more menacingly]].[[TranquilFury much, MUCH more]] [[NightmareFuel menacingly]]]].
** First heard in a recorded message, to showcase Caroline's cheerful sarcasm. [[spoiler: Last heard from [=GLaDOS=], after she's [[KilledOffForReal deleted]] [[BrainUploading Caroline]] from her mainframe.]]



** First heard in a recorded message, to showcase Caroline's cheerful sarcasm. [[spoiler: Last heard from [=GLaDOS=], after she has [[BrainUploading Deleted Caroline.]]]]
4th Mar '17 4:48:58 PM Mineboot45
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* Every time you die in ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', someone with a deep VoiceGrunt tells you (or whatever you named yourself) not to give up and to [[ArcWords stay determined]]. At first, most people would brush off the encouragement as nothing more than the game's generic way to convince you not to give up. However, it takes on a whole new meaning once you learn who is behind the voice and then some. [[spoiler: Said voice belongs to Asgore, the King of Monsters, who you meet near the end of the game to do battle with. A part of his battle theme borrows the Game Over theme, further signifying that the voice was his. If you get to the True Laboratory on the GoldenEnding path, you can find several video tapes showing Asgore telling you to not give up and stay determined. Later on, you discover that the protagonist you were controlling wasn't the one you named; the character you gave a name to was the first Fallen Child that Toriel and Asgore adopted and when the child fell sick, Asgore kept giving the child words of encouragement to stay determined.]]

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* Every time you die in ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', someone with a deep VoiceGrunt [[VoiceGrunting Voice Grunt]] tells you (or whatever you named yourself) not to give up and to [[ArcWords stay determined]]. At first, most people would brush off the encouragement as nothing more than the game's generic way to convince you not to give up. However, it takes on a whole new meaning once you learn who is behind the voice and then some. [[spoiler: Said voice belongs to Asgore, the King of Monsters, who you meet near the end of the game to do battle with. A part of his battle theme borrows the Game Over theme, further signifying that the voice was his. If you get to the True Laboratory on the GoldenEnding path, you can find several video tapes showing Asgore telling you to not give up and stay determined. Later on, you discover that the protagonist you were controlling wasn't the one you named; the character you gave a name to was the first Fallen Child that Toriel and Asgore adopted and when the child fell sick, Asgore kept giving the child words of encouragement to stay determined.]]
22nd Feb '17 8:09:54 AM Sonofstranger
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** Phoenix Wright's DreamIntro from the first case of ''Justice For All'' comes back in the second trial for the fourth case, after Phoenix learns that [[spoiler: he has to defend a guilty person in court.]]
4th Jan '17 4:06:26 PM nombretomado
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** First heard in a recorded message, to showcase Caroline's cheerful sarcasm. [[spoiler: Last heard from GLaDOS, after she has [[BrainUploading Deleted Caroline.]]]]

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** First heard in a recorded message, to showcase Caroline's cheerful sarcasm. [[spoiler: Last heard from GLaDOS, [=GLaDOS=], after she has [[BrainUploading Deleted Caroline.]]]]
16th Dec '16 8:52:49 AM MarsJenkar
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** At the end of the UED campaign in ''Broodwar'', Kerrigan tells Dugalle that he'd be surprised how many "special interest groups" in the sector want to see the UED stopped. In the briefing of the last mission of Kerrigan's campaign, after she has betrayed everyone else, Arcturus Mengsk contacts her to let her know he's gunning for her. When she asks him how he scrounged up three fleets to attack her, he says he made a few deals and tells her she'd be surprised how many "special interest groups" in the sector want to see her dead. Bonus points since one of the groups is the remainder of the UED fleet led by Dugalle.

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** At the end of the UED campaign in ''Broodwar'', Kerrigan tells Dugalle that he'd be surprised how many "special interest groups" in the sector want to see the UED stopped. In the briefing of the last mission of Kerrigan's campaign, after she has betrayed everyone else, Arcturus Mengsk contacts her to let her know he's gunning for her. When she asks him how he scrounged up three fleets so many ships to attack her, he says he made a few deals and tells her she'd be surprised how many "special interest groups" in the sector want to see her dead. Bonus dead. He's more right than he knows; he's actually not aware that there are ''three'' fleets after her this time--and bonus points since one of the groups is the remainder of the UED fleet led by Dugalle.Dugalle. (The other fleet is a protoss fleet led by Artanis.)
21st Oct '16 8:57:42 PM quietThunderstorm
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* ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyTrialsAndTribulations'' had:

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* ''Franchise/AceAttorney''
** ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorney'' has a moment in case 1-3; the killer is within Wright's grasp but somehow manages to escape. Before leaving the stand, he can either say "You did it, [[spoiler:Vasquez]]!" (the wrong answer), "Testify again, [[spoiler:Vasquez]]!", or [[ThatWasObjectionable stall and end up coming up with no response]]. Right before the witness leaves, [[spoiler:Edgeworth]] does the latter two as well; each of them has similar reactions as before, but is much more amusing coming from him.
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''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyTrialsAndTribulations'' had:
18th Sep '16 8:58:01 AM nombretomado
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** Another in the sequal, ''AnarchyReigns'', that also counts. Although there is confusion on how the game relates to ''MadWorld'', but it's a clear call back. [[spoiler: Jack is tasked by Max's daughter to bring him back. When Jack finally comes face to face, he gets ready to kill Max for the death of his daughter. Rather than cruel but slightly selfaware, or simply getting revenge, He says in a way that puts his life as killer into clear resolve]]: "We don't help people, we ''kill'' them!"

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** Another in the sequal, ''AnarchyReigns'', sequel, ''VideoGame/AnarchyReigns'', that also counts. Although there is confusion on how the game relates to ''MadWorld'', ''Mad World'', but it's a clear call back. [[spoiler: Jack is tasked by Max's daughter to bring him back. When Jack finally comes face to face, he gets ready to kill Max for the death of his daughter. Rather than cruel but slightly selfaware, or simply getting revenge, He says in a way that puts his life as killer into clear resolve]]: "We don't help people, we ''kill'' them!"
1st Sep '16 3:51:54 PM Metallix
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** Happens in [[VideoGame/StarcraftII Legacy of the Void]] when [[spoiler: Stukov kills Narud]]. In Broodwar, Duran is ordered relieve Stukov of his command, and when he confronts him, Stukov sees through Duran's actual plans. Duran then shoots him, stating "Say goodnight, Stukov." Years later when [[spoiler: Narud]] is confronted by Stukov, the two exchange dialogue.
-->'''Stukov''' Hello, Duran. Do you remember what you did to me?\\
'''Duran''': Stukov...you've come to gloat, haven't you.\\
'''Stukov''': No. I've come to say goodnight, you son of a bitch.
26th Jul '16 7:35:27 AM morenohijazo
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* ''VideoGame/TheTalosPrinciple'': In the main game, a document can be found named post437_comments, featuring one commenter replying "first!" at the beginning and "last" at the very end. In Road To Gehenna, one thread starts and ends with 401 saying the exact same. Given a big part of the game is whether or not these AI's can be considered "people", [[SarcasmMode it seems just a little important]].

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* ''VideoGame/TheTalosPrinciple'': In the main game, a document can be found named post437_comments, featuring one commenter replying "first!" at the beginning and "last" at the very end. In Road ''Road To Gehenna, Gehenna'', one thread starts and ends with 401 saying the exact same. Given a big part of the game is whether or not these AI's can be considered "people", [[SarcasmMode it seems just a little important]].
5th Jul '16 4:25:36 PM morenohijazo
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* ''VideoGame/TheTalosPrinciple'': In the main game, a document can be found named post437_comments, featuring one commenter replying "first!" at the beginning and "last" at the very end. In Road To Gehenna, one thread starts and ends with 401 saying the exact same. Given a big part of the game is whether or not these AI's can be considered "people", [[SarcasmMode it seems just a little important]].
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