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26th Mar '17 3:18:57 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* ''Bubble Symphony'' aka ''VideoGame/BubbleBobble II'': gives a code after getting the Golden Ending -- in [[NewGamePlus Super Mode]], [[GottaCatchThemAll getting all plot coupons]] (some of which turn the characters into humans) and then defeating the TrueFinalBoss -- that lets the player '''start the game''' as [[HumansAreSpecial humans]] instead of [[InvoluntaryTransformation bubble dragons]]. Unfortunately, [[OneHitPointWonder wind-up toys can still kill them.]] Good thing [[ImprobableWeaponUser they have straws to blow their bubbles through]]. Bub and Bob's human form animations (also as seen in the AttractMode cutscene) are [[ShoutOut very similar]] to their appearances in an earlier game, ''Rainbow Islands''.
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* ''Bubble Symphony'' aka ''VideoGame/BubbleBobble II'': gives a code after getting the Golden Ending -- in [[NewGamePlus Super Mode]], [[GottaCatchThemAll getting all plot coupons]] (some of which turn the characters into humans) and then defeating the TrueFinalBoss -- that lets the player '''start the game''' as [[HumansAreSpecial humans]] instead of [[InvoluntaryTransformation bubble dragons]]. Unfortunately, [[OneHitPointWonder wind-up toys can still kill them.]] Good thing [[ImprobableWeaponUser they have straws to blow their bubbles through]]. Bub and Bob's human form animations (also as seen in the AttractMode cutscene) are [[ShoutOut very similar]] to their appearances in an earlier game, ''Rainbow Islands''.
1st Mar '17 3:57:43 AM Tightwire
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* Original ''VideoGame/TheSims1'' had a Superstar expansion pack. If you achieved a certain amount of fame, you would get a "High Fashion" outfit similar to the ones worn by the famous Sims [[MeaningfulName (the Sims whose last names are "Somebody")]].
** The Pets expansion pack for ''VideoGame/TheSims2'' featured various collars and fur patterns as unlockable rewards if your pet got a promotion.
** If you use the time machine in ''VideoGame/TheSims3'' one of the random bonuses you can pick up is a set of 'future clothes'. We'll all look like Tron characters in the future, apparently. You can also unlock a caveman outfit as well as medieval dresses for females and armor for males.
** In ''VideoGame/TheSimsMedieval'', unlocking enough achievements unlocks new clothes ''and'' new furniture.

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* Original ''VideoGame/TheSims1'' had a Superstar expansion pack. If you achieved a certain amount of fame, you would get a "High Fashion" outfit similar to the ones worn by the famous Sims [[MeaningfulName (the Sims whose last names Throughout ''Franchise/TheSims'' there are "Somebody")]].
** The Pets expansion pack for ''VideoGame/TheSims2'' featured various collars and fur patterns as unlockable rewards if your pet got
a promotion.
** If you use the time machine in ''VideoGame/TheSims3'' one
number of the random bonuses things you can pick up is a set of 'future clothes'. We'll all look like Tron characters in the future, apparently. You can also do to unlock a caveman outfit clothes as well as medieval dresses for females and armor for males.
** In ''VideoGame/TheSimsMedieval'', unlocking enough achievements unlocks new clothes ''and'' new furniture.
buying expansion packs, such as achievements, job promotions, trading, or just buying them at events.
29th Jan '17 6:14:46 AM GrammarNavi
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* The ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClank'' games generally don't reward you directly with new skins. Instead, you accumulate various bits and pieces, such as skill points or titanium bolts. These generally have exactly one use: new skins[[note]] the other set is used for weapon upgrades when they are special bolts or [[BigHeadMode cheats]] when skill points[[/note]]. That said, Ratchet defeating half the game in a tuxedo is pretty badass.

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* The ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClank'' ''Franchise/RatchetAndClank'' games generally don't reward you directly with new skins. Instead, you accumulate various bits and pieces, such as skill points or titanium bolts. These generally have exactly one use: new skins[[note]] the other set is used for weapon upgrades when they are special bolts or [[BigHeadMode cheats]] when skill points[[/note]]. That said, Ratchet defeating half the game in a tuxedo is pretty badass.
22nd Jan '17 12:41:04 PM v-n-n-n-n
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** Also Online, completing the flight school, regardless of obtaining a perfect rating in all challenges, earns the player a t-shirt branded with the in-game aircraft retailer, Elitás.
20th Jan '17 6:39:10 PM AcidicClutter
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* In ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing'', shirts are the most exotic kind of reward. The population in general, being stick figures, aren't aware that they even have a torso, with the exception of those few adventurers who have trained in Torso Awaregness (it's Gnomish), and such training is only available on NewGamePlus (after at least one ascension.) Only then will adventurers be able to recognize garb that covers anything between the neck and the legs when it appears.

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* In ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing'', shirts are the most exotic kind of reward. The population in general, being stick figures, aren't aware that they even have a torso, with the exception of those few adventurers who have trained in Torso Awaregness (it's Gnomish), and such training is only ~only~ available on NewGamePlus (after at least one ascension.) Only then will adventurers be able to recognize garb that covers anything between the neck and the legs when it appears.appears.
** In March[[http://kolmafia.us/showthread.php?15205-13827-Add-some-new-items-Completing-the-new-quest-teaches-you-Torso-Awaregness]] of 2014 a new adventure[[http://kol.coldfront.net/thekolwiki/index.php/The_Shirt_Off_His_Lack_of_Back]] was added that allowed you to get the skill without ascending.



** Conversely, a running joke among millennials in social media is that they'd ''love'' to get free clothes for their birthday.

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** Conversely, a running joke among millennials pesky whipper-snappers in social media is that they'd ''love'' to get free clothes for their birthday.
4th Jan '17 4:45:06 PM fearlessnikki
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* ''Death By Degrees'', a spin-off of ''{{VideoGame/Tekken}}'' (mentioned below), it's possible to unlock new outfits for Nina to wear. Some of them are her vintage outfits from other ''Tekken'' games. Others are purely for {{Fanservice}} - a bikini, cocktail dress and wrestling outfit.


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* ''VideoGame/SoulSeries'':
** ''Soul Blade'' gives you extra costumes to unlock for Siegfried and Sophitia. Siegfried gets the EvilCostumeSwitch he wears in his bad ending (that becomes the character [[AscendedExtra Nightmare]] in the subsequent games). Sophitia gets the costume without armour she wears in her ending, as well as the swimsuit she's seen washing in the stream in her good ending.
** ''Soul Calibur III'' allows you to unlock various items used for the Create A Fighter system. These naturally include plenty of different clothes.
1st Jan '17 3:29:01 AM WildCardCourier
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** ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil3Nemesis'' featured a boutique that allowed Jill to choose from five alternate outfits: a biker outfit, her old S.T.A.R.S. uniform, a disco outfit taken from ''Film/SaturdayNightFever'', a police outfit with a miniskirt, and Regina's outfit from ''VideoGame/DinoCrisis''. The PC and Dreamcast port allows the player to choose Jill's outfit from the start and even offers two new choices: Black Casual (black tank top, blue skirt, light blue sweater, black boots) and Blue & Black (blue button-up blouse and black pants).
** ''VideoGame/ResidentEvilCodeVeronica'' was light on the alternate costumes, with only one being available for Claire and even then it was only usable on the Battle Game mode. At the very least it comes with its own loadout.
** ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil0'' gives Rebecca both the cowgirl costume from the first game's remake as well as a new leather outfit (a red leather halter top, red leather fingerless evening gloves, low-rise black leather pants, black boots) and Billy gets a disco/gangster/Yakuza ensemble with sunglasses. The HD port has more costumes, albeit a majority of them are paid DLC. Billy only gets ''two'': Cody's prison uniform from ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' and Joseph Gibson's "Wolf Force" outfit from ''[[VideoGame/{{Commando}} Mercs]]''. Rebecca, on the other hand, gets a grand total of ''7'' new costumes: S.T.A.R.S. 1996 (her default costume from the UsefulNotes/PS1 version of ''Resident Evil''), S.T.A.R.S. 1997 (her red alternate costume from the ''RE: Director's Cut''), S.T.A.R.S. Prototype (her costume from the cancelled [=N64=] version of ''Resident Evil 0''), Nurse (her alternate costume from ''The Mercenaries 3D''), Sportswear (the RPD basketball uniform from the hidden photo in ''[=RE2=]''), Cheerleader (her alternate costume from ''RE: Deadly Silence''), and the EvilCostumeSwitch for ''Wesker Mode'' (the only unlockable). Rebecca also has ''12'' novelty t-shirts, although 7 of them are Japanese-only: three are the winning designs from a t-shirt design contest ("ZOMBIE-KUN", "Super Nurse", and "Jill Sandwich"), one was a reward for participating in the contest ("Training Facility"), and one was a pre-order bonus ("Shadow of Fear"). The seven Japanese-only designs are for gaming magazines (Weekly Famitsu and Dengeki Playstation), anime/manga (''Ajin: Demi-Human'' and ''BIOHAZARD heavenly island''), and three Japanese retailers (GEO, [=WonderGOO=], and Joshin Denki).

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** ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil3Nemesis'' featured a boutique that allowed Jill to choose from five alternate outfits: a biker outfit, her old S.T.A.R.S. uniform, a disco outfit taken from ''Film/SaturdayNightFever'', a police outfit with a miniskirt, and Regina's outfit from ''VideoGame/DinoCrisis''. The PC and Dreamcast port ports allows the player to choose Jill's outfit from the start start. The PC, Dreamcast, and even offers Gamecube versions offer two new choices: Black Casual (black RED (blue blouse and black pants) and GI (different based on version: PC is a black halter top, dark blue skirt, black boots; Dreamcast is a blue tank top, blue skirt, light blue sweater, brown boots; and Gamecube is a red tank top, black boots) and Blue & Black (blue button-up blouse and leather skirt, black pants).
boots).
** ''VideoGame/ResidentEvilCodeVeronica'' was absurdly light on the alternate costumes, with only one being available for Claire and even then it was only usable on the Battle Game mode. At the very least it comes with its own loadout.
** ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil0'' gives Rebecca both the cowgirl costume from the first game's remake as well as a new leather outfit (a red leather halter top, red leather fingerless evening gloves, low-rise black leather pants, black boots) and Billy gets a disco/gangster/Yakuza ensemble with sunglasses. The HD port has more costumes, albeit a majority with most of them are as paid DLC. Billy only gets ''two'': Cody's prison uniform from ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' and Joseph Gibson's "Wolf Force" outfit from ''[[VideoGame/{{Commando}} Mercs]]''. Rebecca, on the other hand, gets a grand total of ''7'' new costumes: S.T.A.R.S. 1996 (her default costume from the UsefulNotes/PS1 [=PS1=] version of ''Resident Evil''), S.T.A.R.S. 1997 (her red alternate costume from the ''RE: Director's Cut''), S.T.A.R.S. Prototype (her costume from the cancelled [=N64=] version of ''Resident Evil 0''), Nurse (her alternate costume from ''The Mercenaries 3D''), Sportswear (the RPD basketball uniform from the hidden photo in ''[=RE2=]''), Cheerleader (her alternate costume from ''RE: Deadly Silence''), and the EvilCostumeSwitch for ''Wesker Mode'' (the only unlockable). Rebecca also has ''12'' novelty t-shirts, although 7 of them are Japanese-only: three are the winning designs from a t-shirt design contest ("ZOMBIE-KUN", "Super Nurse", and "Jill Sandwich"), one was a reward for participating in the contest ("Training Facility"), and one was a pre-order bonus ("Shadow of Fear"). The seven Japanese-only designs are for gaming magazines (Weekly Famitsu and Dengeki Playstation), anime/manga (''Ajin: Demi-Human'' and ''BIOHAZARD heavenly island''), and three Japanese retailers (GEO, [=WonderGOO=], and Joshin Denki).
12th Dec '16 8:37:04 AM erforce
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* Beating ''VideoGame/ClockTower 3'' will give you a key to a locked wardrobe from the first area of the game. Unlock it to find... you guessed it... clothes. To make things more interesting, the US and Japanese versions of the game have different outfits from each other.

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* Beating ''VideoGame/ClockTower 3'' ''VideoGame/ClockTower3'' will give you a key to a locked wardrobe from the first area of the game. Unlock it to find... you guessed it... clothes. To make things more interesting, the US and Japanese versions of the game have different outfits from each other.
5th Dec '16 2:28:32 PM mkmlp
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* All the optional girlfriends in ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas'' will give the player a unique outfit, upon getting a 100% approval rating. [[note]] Don't worry, they give other bonuses too. [[/note]]
5th Dec '16 8:10:35 AM Morgenthaler
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* All three ''VideoGame/{{Xenosaga}}'' games give you alternate costumes. ''Episode III'' in particular gave you access to Shion and KOS-MOS's ''Episode I'' outfits. KOS-MOS is BadAss no matter what her appearance, so her alternate costume is simply there for the nostalgia factor.

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* All three ''VideoGame/{{Xenosaga}}'' games give you alternate costumes. ''Episode III'' in particular gave you access to Shion and KOS-MOS's ''Episode I'' outfits. KOS-MOS is BadAss badass no matter what her appearance, so her alternate costume is simply there for the nostalgia factor.
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