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13th Jun '17 8:26:16 PM nombretomado
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* In ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance 2'', various crates not only drop health, but in the {{XBox 360}} version you can also get an achievement for destroying a large amount of them.

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* In ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance 2'', various crates not only drop health, but in the {{XBox UsefulNotes/{{XBox 360}} version you can also get an achievement for destroying a large amount of them.



* TheBardsTale on the Xbox has a barrel maker who catches the protagonist smashing his barrels. He offers to pay you for every barrel you smash afterwards. This is so everyone has to buy new barrels from him.

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* TheBardsTale ''VideoGame/TheBardsTale'' on the Xbox has a barrel maker who catches the protagonist smashing his barrels. He offers to pay you for every barrel you smash afterwards. This is so everyone has to buy new barrels from him.
27th May '17 12:51:07 PM Korodzik
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* Some decorations in ''VideoGame/ShadowOfTheWoolBall'', such as tables and potted plants, can be destroyed (and occasionally yield [[RewardingVandalism bonus items]]).
20th May '17 4:37:00 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Vindictus}}'' loves showing off the [[Creator/ValveSoftware Source Engine]] physics. Nearly every piece of scenery can be destroyed [=and/or=] picked up and used as an ImprovisedWeapon. There are a large number of quests, titles, and [[SelfImposedChallenge bonus missions]] which [[RewardingVandalism require smashing up the scenery for drops]], or [[GrievousBottleyHarm using bits of scenery to kill mooks and bosses]]. Smashed scenery can also drop gold, but the amount is so small compared to the amount awarded for completing missions, most people don't bother.

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* ''{{Vindictus}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Vindictus}}'' loves showing off the [[Creator/ValveSoftware Source Engine]] physics. Nearly every piece of scenery can be destroyed [=and/or=] picked up and used as an ImprovisedWeapon. There are a large number of quests, titles, and [[SelfImposedChallenge bonus missions]] which [[RewardingVandalism require smashing up the scenery for drops]], or [[GrievousBottleyHarm using bits of scenery to kill mooks and bosses]]. Smashed scenery can also drop gold, but the amount is so small compared to the amount awarded for completing missions, most people don't bother.
16th May '17 5:48:14 PM nombretomado
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* The ''TwistedMetal'' series.

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* ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'': Used for drama when in one scene, Shiki (the player character) suddenly and inexplicably becomes irrationally angry at a chair and tears it apart, a sign that he's becoming very mentally unhinged. The narration for this scene is nothing more than the words [[http://i35.tinypic.com/210ejyv.jpg "This chair,"]] [[MadnessMantra repeated over and over again.]]



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* ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'': Used for drama when in one scene, Shiki (the player character) suddenly and inexplicably becomes irrationally angry at a chair and tears it apart, a sign that he's becoming very mentally unhinged. The narration for this scene is nothing more than the words [[http://i35.tinypic.com/210ejyv.jpg "This chair,"]] [[MadnessMantra repeated over and over again.]]
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21st Apr '17 5:59:11 PM CosmicFerret
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* The ''[[LegoAdaptationGame Lego Star Wars]]'' games require the player to destroy scenery to release collectible items, and sometimes to continue the plot. Even when this means Queen Amidala and her cohorts smashing up Theed Palace, breaking windows, destroying flowerbeds and the like.

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* The ''[[LegoAdaptationGame Lego Star Wars]]'' ''VideoGame/LegoStarWars'' games require the player to destroy scenery to release collectible items, and sometimes to continue the plot. Even when this means Queen Amidala and her cohorts smashing up Theed Palace, breaking windows, destroying flowerbeds and the like.



** ''Lego Batman'' works much the same as the ''Star Wars'' version. As noted elsewhere on this wiki, Vandalism = Heroism.
** ''Lego Harry Potter'' as well. There are even bonus levels that you can only complete by destroying ''absolutely everything''.

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** ''Lego Batman'' ''VideoGame/LegoBatman'' works much the same as the ''Star Wars'' version. As noted elsewhere on this wiki, Vandalism = Heroism.
** ''Lego Harry Potter'' ''VideoGame/LegoHarryPotter'' as well. There are even bonus levels that you can only complete by destroying ''absolutely everything''.
17th Mar '17 12:05:11 PM erforce
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* Played straight in the ''VideoGame/ShadowHearts'' prequel ''Koudelka'', where a few of the random encounters are against possessed sets of chairs and tables.

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* Played straight in the ''VideoGame/ShadowHearts'' prequel ''Koudelka'', ''VideoGame/{{Koudelka}}'', where a few of the random encounters are against possessed sets of chairs and tables.
11th Mar '17 1:26:21 PM Llygodenfawr
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And no, the title of this article is ''not'' the Welsh, nor [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons German]] for "The chair, the".[[note]]Those would be ''Y Gadeirydd, y'' and ''Der Stuhl, der!'', respectively.[[/note]] The trope also has nothing to do with PeopleSitOnChairs.

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And no, the title of this article is ''not'' the Welsh, nor [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons German]] for "The chair, the".[[note]]Those would be ''Y Gadeirydd, gadair, y'' and ''Der Stuhl, der!'', respectively.[[/note]] The trope also has nothing to do with PeopleSitOnChairs.
11th Mar '17 12:22:33 AM Llygodenfawr
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And no, the title of this article is ''not'' the Welsh, nor [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons German]] for "The chair, the".[[note]]Those would be ''Die, Gadeirydd, die'' and ''Der Stuhl, der!'', respectively.[[/note]] The trope also has nothing to do with PeopleSitOnChairs.

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And no, the title of this article is ''not'' the Welsh, nor [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons German]] for "The chair, the".[[note]]Those would be ''Die, ''Y Gadeirydd, die'' y'' and ''Der Stuhl, der!'', respectively.[[/note]] The trope also has nothing to do with PeopleSitOnChairs.
4th Jan '17 6:36:59 PM Tractical_Chunder
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* GodHand, in Reference to FinalFight itself, has bonus stages where your objective is to destroy a car belonging to the enemy with nothing but the power of your fists. The regular stages themselves also of course contain various crates and barrels that hold all sorts of powerups and goodies.



* ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry'' and all of its sequels include this trope to the penultimate level: if it is clearly not a fixed portion of the scenery, it can and indeed must be destroyed to get at the precious in-game currency within. Sometimes the destructible object is even part of the scenery ([=DMC4=] took this idea and ran with it), which leads to the few cases of a destructible object ''not'' having currency in it being quite jarring.

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* ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry'' and all of its sequels include this trope to the penultimate level: if it is clearly not a fixed portion of the scenery, it can and indeed must be destroyed to get at the precious in-game currency within. currency; which is supposed to be crystallized ''demon's blood''. Sometimes the destructible object is even part of the scenery ([=DMC4=] took this idea and ran with it), which leads to the few cases of a destructible object ''not'' having currency in it being quite jarring.
30th Dec '16 2:28:40 PM StarformDCX
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* ''Star Wars: The Force Awakens'' has the infamous scene where Kylo Ren destroys his own computer in a fit of anger.
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