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17th Jun '18 12:12:18 PM mew4ever23
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* ''VideoGame/{{Splatoon2}}'':
**For acquiring all memcakes from each line of the Deep Sea Metro, Iso Padre will reward you with a piece of clothing.
**For defeating {{BonusBoss}} [[spoiler:inner agent 3]], you are rewarded with the golden toothpick headgear.
15th Jun '18 6:05:10 AM euan112358
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* In ''Fanfic/AshesOfThePast'', Delia has begun giving Ash custom-made badges to commemorate completing a region and attending (and usually winning) their leagues.
12th Jun '18 8:23:42 PM jtierney50
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* At the end of the ''Honest Hearts'' ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' [=DLC=], you can find a chest just before leaving Zion that has the weapons and clothing of those who helped/fought you along the way. In the same way, you can get Ulysses's [[BadassLongcoat sleeveless duster]] (as well as one customized for the Courier) and gas mask, and a few other weapons as well.
12th Jun '18 5:00:50 PM WildCardCourier
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** ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil2'' has two extra costumes for Leon (one being a black leather jacket and the other being an "alternate" R.P.D. uniform, both changing his fireing stance with the handgun), but uncharacteristically only one for Claire for some reason (a black biker outfit). Claire does get a new weapon in the form of the Colt S.A.A. and while it has a faster firing rate than her default handgun, [[BonusFeatureFailure it needs to be reloaded after every six shots.]] Said outfits were changed for the N64 port though (Leon's being changed to a biker outfit and a S.T.A.R.S. uniform, Claire's being a purple leather outfit), but the amount available remained the same and Claire still gets the revolver.

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** ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil2'' has two extra costumes for Leon (one being a black leather jacket and the other being an "alternate" R.P.D. uniform, both changing his fireing firing stance with the handgun), but uncharacteristically only one for Claire for some reason (a black biker outfit). Claire does get a new weapon in the form of the Colt S.A.A. and while it has a faster firing rate than her default handgun, [[BonusFeatureFailure it needs to be reloaded after every six shots.]] Said outfits were changed for the N64 port though (Leon's being changed to a biker outfit and a S.T.A.R.S. uniform, Claire's being a purple leather outfit), but the amount available remained the same and Claire still gets the revolver. The remake has new costumes via the Deluxe Edition's Bonus Pack DLC: an Arklay Sheriff costume and Noir costume for Leon, while Claire gets a Military costume, Noir costume, and a costume based on Elza Walker from ''Resident Evil 1.5''.
28th May '18 8:36:29 AM DanteVin
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* ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy'':
** [[PlayingWithATrope Played with]], Recruitable characters will receive a new uncap art and an in-game sprite once they have become "Skybound" (Second-to-last uncap) or at their 5★ Uncap. These changes may vary from major wardrobe shifts (i.e. Magisa), new in-game poses and effects (i.e. Lady Grey), to changes in weaponry (i.e. a majority of weapon-wielding characters).
** Though there are cases where specific characters would lose parts of their initial outfit after being Skybound or after a 5★ Uncap, such as Black Knight and Baotorda removing their helmets, and nine out of the ten Eternals removing their long coats.
** If the player obtains multiple variations of the same character, an "Outfit and Pose" setting will become available, allowing the player to freely switch between the unlocked alternative appearances of that character from the artwork, in-game sprite and [[SuperMovePortraitAttack Charge Attack Portrait]].
** Played straight in some temporary events where players receive character outfits for specific characters upon completing chapters, special quests, or trading event points.
11th May '18 4:13:01 PM kazokuhouou
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** While most outfits in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioOdyssey'' are purchasable at shops, the King's Outfit and Crown can only be earned by defeating [[spoiler:the Broodals at Rabbit Ridge]] and the Invisibility Cap can only be earned by completing [[spoiler:the Darker Side of the Moon.]] Some of the outfits can only be purchased after beating the game...that is, unless you have the Amiibo to unlock it.
30th Apr '18 11:33:09 AM ZuTheSkunk
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* In ''VideoGame/RavenswordShadowlands'', one quest has you rescue a maiden from her castle being invaded by a group of thugs. She rewards you with a suit of armor upon completion.
28th Apr '18 9:22:54 PM jormis29
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** The [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil1 first game]] has the most number of variants in the series. The Playstation original allowed Chris and Jill to change from their default S.T.A.R.S. uniform into casual clothes: a black crop top, blue jeans, and blue tennis shoes for Jill and a brown bomber jacket, khakis, and leather boots for Chris. The PC port changed their casual outfits (red crop top, jean shorts, and leggings for Jill and a leather suit for Chris), the Dreamcast version replaced the casual clothing with alternate S.T.A.R.S. uniforms (Jill's outfit has green accents instead of blue ones, green pants, and her shirt is now a bright blue crop top, while Chris' is very similar to Wesker's outfit). The ''Director's Cut'' kept the original [=PS1=] costumes while adding another set of alternate S.T.A.R.S. uniforms for Arrange Mode (Jill has a sleeveless blouse with the S.T.A.R.S. emblem on the back, blue jeans, and knee-high boots; Chris wears a white t-shirt, green pants, and combat boots; Rebecca wears a red variant of her default uniform with short-shorts and combat boots). The DS port, ''Deadly Silence'', adds a new trio of costumes gained from beating Rebirth Mode (Jill gets a sexy cop outfit, Chris gets a ninja outfit, and Rebecca gets a cheerleader outfit). The [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]] version has its own series of outfits. Beating the game once nets Jill's "army outfit" (Linda Hamilton's Sarah Connor outfit from ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay'') while Chris gets a "street outfit" (Creator/BradPitt's outfit from ''Film/TheMexican''). Beating the game twice nets you Jill's default outfit from ''Nemesis'' and Chris' outfit from ''Code: Veronica''. Wearing either one of Chris' outfits also changes Rebecca's to a cowgirl ensemble (a fringe vest, cutoff jean shorts, and cowboy boots). The HD ports of the remake include their B.S.A.A. outfits from the ''Lost in Nightmares'' scenario from ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil5''; but unlike the other costumes, the B.S.A.A. uniforms are not only available straight from the start, but the models for them are ripped straight from ''[=RE5=]''.

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** The [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil1 first game]] has the most number of variants in the series. The Playstation original allowed Chris and Jill to change from their default S.T.A.R.S. uniform into casual clothes: a black crop top, blue jeans, and blue tennis shoes for Jill and a brown bomber jacket, khakis, and leather boots for Chris. The PC port changed their casual outfits (red crop top, jean shorts, and leggings for Jill and a leather suit for Chris), the Dreamcast version replaced the casual clothing with alternate S.T.A.R.S. uniforms (Jill's outfit has green accents instead of blue ones, green pants, and her shirt is now a bright blue crop top, while Chris' is very similar to Wesker's outfit). The ''Director's Cut'' kept the original [=PS1=] costumes while adding another set of alternate S.T.A.R.S. uniforms for Arrange Mode (Jill has a sleeveless blouse with the S.T.A.R.S. emblem on the back, blue jeans, and knee-high boots; Chris wears a white t-shirt, green pants, and combat boots; Rebecca wears a red variant of her default uniform with short-shorts and combat boots). The DS port, ''Deadly Silence'', adds a new trio of costumes gained from beating Rebirth Mode (Jill gets a sexy cop outfit, Chris gets a ninja outfit, and Rebecca gets a cheerleader outfit). The [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]] version has its own series of outfits. Beating the game once nets Jill's "army outfit" (Linda Hamilton's (Creator/LindaHamilton's Sarah Connor outfit from ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay'') while Chris gets a "street outfit" (Creator/BradPitt's outfit from ''Film/TheMexican''). Beating the game twice nets you Jill's default outfit from ''Nemesis'' and Chris' outfit from ''Code: Veronica''. Wearing either one of Chris' outfits also changes Rebecca's to a cowgirl ensemble (a fringe vest, cutoff jean shorts, and cowboy boots). The HD ports of the remake include their B.S.A.A. outfits from the ''Lost in Nightmares'' scenario from ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil5''; but unlike the other costumes, the B.S.A.A. uniforms are not only available straight from the start, but the models for them are ripped straight from ''[=RE5=]''.
2nd Apr '18 6:08:39 AM JackG
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* ''Manga/GunslingerGirl''. Someone notes the expensive perfume and coat that Jose has bought his cyborg Henrietta. He points out that such gifts actually constitute her salary, because these brainwashed killers work for nothing.

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* ''Manga/GunslingerGirl''. Someone notes the expensive perfume and coat that Jose has bought his cyborg Henrietta. He points out that such gifts actually constitute her salary, because these brainwashed killers work for nothing. To all the girls, the meaning behind TheHandler's gift is far more important than the gift itself. Triela places little value on the bears Hilshire buys her as a matter of routine until she realizes her handler really does care for her. After that, she refuses the option of a nice dress in exchange for another bear.
26th Mar '18 11:01:04 AM WillKeaton
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* The Wii adaptations of "GameShow/{{Jeopardy}}" and "GameShow/WheelOfFortune" offer clothes as a reward for winning mini-games.

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* The Wii adaptations of "GameShow/{{Jeopardy}}" ''GameShow/{{Jeopardy}}'' and "GameShow/WheelOfFortune" ''GameShow/WheelOfFortune'' offer clothes as a reward for winning mini-games.
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