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3rd Jul '16 1:54:18 AM hpl
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** Ironically, this can screw you in the other direction as well. There are some NPC's which aren't hostile to you, unless you attack them first. Once hostile, an NPC will stay hostile unless you pay a certain character to forgive your sin. Make that character hostile and you've pretty much just made the game harder for yourself.
30th Jun '16 10:42:11 PM Vir
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* ''Franchise/{{Rayman}}'' is no stranger to this, coming to a head in the Band Land levels of the original game where the level geometry itself has disgruntled, bloodshot eyes attached to the platforms that periodically shoot lightning at you.

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* ''Franchise/{{Rayman}}'' is no stranger to this, coming to a head in the Band Land BandLand levels of [[VideoGame/{{Rayman 1995}} the original game game]] where the level geometry itself has disgruntled, bloodshot eyes attached to the platforms that periodically shoot lightning at you.
7th Jun '16 6:29:48 PM ThePocket
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* The GameMod ''VideoGame/HalfLife: Hazardous-Course 2''. The name is the understatement of the century. Not only is virtually everything trying and likely to succeed in killing you, including [[KaizoTrap things]] you [[TrialAndErrorGameplay couldn't possibly know about ahead of time]], there are an abundance of hazards that kill the [=NPCs=] as well, often without even needing your involvement. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQweGnO7rwQ The full extent of it has to be seen to be believed.]]



* Pretty much the core of Dark Souls, It has PrepareToDie as it's tagline.

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* Pretty much the core of Dark Souls, It ''Franchise/DarkSouls''; it has PrepareToDie "PrepareToDie" as it's its tagline.



** And this is just VideoGame/EarthBound. The entire Mother series includes as enemies: MORE exploding trees, [[VideoGame/{{Mother 3}} ghost amour, potato bugs, walking bushes]], [[VideoGame/{{MOTHER1}} a doll, LAMPS]], giant robots, more mushrooms, more zombies, men's room signs, and to top it off, a walking statue with an obscene amount of HP.

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** And this is just VideoGame/EarthBound. ''VideoGame/EarthBound''. The entire Mother ''Franchise/{{Mother}}'' series includes as enemies: MORE exploding trees, [[VideoGame/{{Mother 3}} ghost amour, potato bugs, walking bushes]], [[VideoGame/{{MOTHER1}} a doll, LAMPS]], giant robots, more mushrooms, more zombies, men's room signs, and to top it off, a walking statue with an obscene amount of HP.
2nd Jun '16 10:10:39 AM Willbyr
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* In ''Kagetsu Tohya'', the sort-of sequel to ''{{Tsukihime}}'', you can get eaten by ''a magical leopard that springs out of Arcueid's underwear drawer and [[RefugeInAudacity lectures you]]''. Even Shiki is baffled and unbelieving of this one. There are random bizarre deaths like this strewn all over.

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* In ''Kagetsu Tohya'', the sort-of sequel to ''{{Tsukihime}}'', ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'', you can get eaten by ''a magical leopard that springs out of Arcueid's underwear drawer and [[RefugeInAudacity lectures you]]''. Even Shiki is baffled and unbelieving of this one. There are random bizarre deaths like this strewn all over.
31st May '16 11:11:35 PM Kadorhal
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** Similarly, ''VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog'' has both good and evil enemies, and they'll all attack Shadow regardless of his KarmaMeter (except when they're busy fighting each other!)
** Another example of this sort of thing can be found in ''FarCry 2''. Ostensibly you are a mercenary working for one side in a civil war in Africa. They try to {{handwave}} it in game by claiming you're a disposable asset that nobody knows about. In reality even when working a mission for one side you will be attacked by both sides. Constantly.

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** Similarly, ''VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog'' has both good and evil enemies, and they'll all attack Shadow regardless of his KarmaMeter (except when they're busy fighting each other!)
other).
** Another example of this sort of thing can be found in ''FarCry 2''.''VideoGame/FarCry2''. Ostensibly you are a mercenary working for one side in a civil war in Africa. They try to {{handwave}} it in game by claiming you're a disposable asset that nobody knows about. In reality even when working a mission for one side you will be attacked by both sides. Constantly.


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* The original ''VideoGame/FirstEncounterAssaultRecon'' has a variant on this thanks to how its AI is programmed. The AI was primarily designed for fighting the player, and that's where it shines - against ''other'' AI, and the two forces will simply stand around exchanging bullets until one side eventually kills the other... or, more likely, until the sides notice you, at which point they completely turn their focus onto killing you instead.
21st May '16 2:54:03 PM ajbit26
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* The original ResidentEvil and it remake, not only did the player have to deal with numerous monsters and zombies, but also a fair amount of death traps, the most famous of which was the DescendingCeiling that triggered from picking up the shotgun.
* The FearEffect series had, in addition to all sorts of different enemies trying to kill you (humans, robots, zombies, ghosts, demons, ect.) but also a ton of hazards and traps, and even instant death scenarios that could be triggered by making the wrong decision.
8th May '16 9:04:35 PM nombretomado
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* The SNES ''HomeImprovement'' game had pretty interesting things attacking you ranging from ants and dinosaurs to mechs.

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* The SNES ''HomeImprovement'' ''Series/HomeImprovement'' game had pretty interesting things attacking you ranging from ants and dinosaurs to mechs.
6th May '16 5:22:09 PM nombretomado
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* This is pretty much the entire plot of ''[[GaiaOnline zOMG]]'', which features enemies called "the Animated".

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* This is pretty much the entire plot of ''[[GaiaOnline ''[[Website/GaiaOnline zOMG]]'', which features enemies called "the Animated".
29th Apr '16 11:48:14 PM Kotomikun
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* ''VideoGame/{{NetHack}}'' features an almost infinite number of ways to die. The ''VideoGame/{{SLASHEM}}'' variant is even more unforgiving.

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* ''VideoGame/{{NetHack}}'' features an almost infinite number of ways to die.die; there's plenty of the usual murderous monsters, but you can also die from choking on food, falling off your horse and/or down the stairs, kicking pretty much anything, mixing potions indiscriminately and blowing yourself up (or simply drinking a toxic potion), careening into a wall while levitating, etc. The ''VideoGame/{{SLASHEM}}'' variant is even more unforgiving.
19th Mar '16 5:59:01 AM Hossmeister
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