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11th Aug '16 12:09:14 AM Kadorhal
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* The smiley face in ''Faceball2000''

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* The smiley face in ''Faceball2000''''Faceball 2000''.



* In ''IsleOfTheDead'', when you got a GameOver, you were treated to a short cinematic showing the circumstances of your death, followed by the MadScientist giving an EvilLaugh. Also, when you quit the game, you see a scene of the main character [[AteHisGun blowing his own head apart with his shotgun]]. (Followed by the same MadScientist laughing.)

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* In ''IsleOfTheDead'', ''Isle of the Dead'', when you got a GameOver, you were treated to a short cinematic showing the circumstances of your death, followed by the MadScientist giving an EvilLaugh. Also, when you quit the game, you see a scene of the main character [[AteHisGun blowing his own head apart with his shotgun]]. (Followed shotgun]] (followed by the same MadScientist laughing.)mad scientist laughing).



* ''VideoGame/BatmanDoom'' has Bane serve this role for a NonstandardGameOver in the final level. You're supposed to fight him with the {{BFG}}-equivalent in the seventh weapon slot, and attempting to switch out to any of the other weapons locks you off from your weapons entirely, as an image of Bane covers the screen alongside text telling you "YOU FAILED TO FIGHT BANE WITH YOUR FISTS".



* On the game over screen of ''VideoGame/{{Area 51}}''(the lightgun game), the player character morphs into an alien monster, becoming the Game Over Man himself.

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* On the game over screen of ''VideoGame/{{Area 51}}''(the lightgun game), 51}}'', the player character morphs into an alien monster, becoming the Game Over Man himself.



* In the Genesis ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' games, Dr. Robotnik taunts you with missed Chaos Emeralds if you beat the game without acquiring all of them. (Losing all your lives simply gives you a standard Game Over message.)

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* In the Genesis ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' games, Dr. Robotnik taunts you with missed Chaos Emeralds if you beat the game without acquiring all of them. (Losing Losing all your lives simply gives you a standard Game Over message.)



** ''SegaSonic The Hedgehog'' has a more standard use of the trope. Lose and you get a game over message... with Eggman in it, mocking you.

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** ''SegaSonic The Hedgehog'' ''VideoGame/SegaSonicTheHedgehog'' has a more standard use of the trope. Lose and you get a game over message... with Eggman in it, mocking you.



** The voice-over in ''[[VideoGame/CastlevaniaSymphonyOfTheNight Symphony of the Night]]'':

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** The voice-over in ''[[VideoGame/CastlevaniaSymphonyOfTheNight Symphony ''Symphony of the Night]]'':Night'':



* In the ''SuperStarWars'' trilogy, there is Darth Vader (''Super Star Wars''), Yoda (''Super Empire Strikes Back''), and Emperor Palpatine (''Super Return of the Jedi'').

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* In the ''SuperStarWars'' ''VideoGame/SuperStarWars'' trilogy, there is Darth Vader (''Super Star Wars''), Yoda (''Super Empire Strikes Back''), and Emperor Palpatine (''Super Return of the Jedi'').
15th Jul '16 7:12:20 PM SAMAS
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* M. Bison takes this role in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha 3'', where losing in the final round gets your character thrown into the Psycho Drive and used to destroy a city. If you're playing as M. Bison on the final stage, though, Ryu becomes your Game Over Man.

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* M. Bison takes this role in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha 3'', where losing in the final round gets your character thrown into the Psycho Drive and used to destroy a city. If you're playing as M. Bison on the final stage, though, Ryu becomes your Game Over Man.Man, as the game goes into ''his'' ending.
5th Jul '16 4:46:27 PM nombretomado
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* The Mad Hatter from the first {{A|mericanMcgeesAlice}}lice. '''RUNNING AWAY, ARE WE?''

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* The Mad Hatter from the first {{A|mericanMcgeesAlice}}lice.VideoGame/{{A|mericanMcgeesAlice}}lice. '''RUNNING AWAY, ARE WE?''
25th Jun '16 12:02:59 PM Prfnoff
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* Another infamous one is from ''VideoGame/{{Battletoads}}'', where the Dark Queen has a wide variety of different taunts when you run out of continues. Seen [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70oJNIbtRTs here]]...
* Mortus in ''ComixZone''.

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* Another infamous one is from In ''VideoGame/{{Battletoads}}'', where the Dark Queen has a wide variety of different taunts when you run out of continues. Seen [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70oJNIbtRTs here]]...
* Mortus in ''ComixZone''.''VideoGame/ComixZone''.
6th Jun '16 7:10:12 PM bowserbros
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* Daniel J. D'Arby serves this role in the story mode of ''VideoGame/JojosBizarreAdventureHeritageForTheFuture''. Choose to continue, and he'll utter his CatchPhrase [[GratuitousEnglish "GOOD!"]] Choose to quit, and he'll steal your character's soul with his STAND, OSIRIS.
30th May '16 4:21:29 PM Prfnoff
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* When you get GameOver in ''Putty'' and ''Super Putty'', Dweezil the Cat in WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes style rings says, "Too bad!" while an off-key version of ShaveAndAHaircut plays. He does that during the first stage too - except he bursts through the background.

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* When you get GameOver in ''Putty'' ''VideoGame/{{Putty}}'' and ''Super Putty'', Dweezil the Cat in WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes style rings says, "Too bad!" while an off-key version of ShaveAndAHaircut plays. He does that during the first stage too - except he bursts through the background.
26th May '16 9:29:57 AM StongRadd
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[[IThoughtItMeant Not]] a VideoGame/MegaMan boss who attacks by giving you an instant GameOver. (''That'' would suck.)

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[[IThoughtItMeant Not]] a VideoGame/MegaMan boss who attacks by giving you an instant GameOver.GameOver, [[HopelessBossFight real]] or [[FissionMailed otherwise]]. (''That'' would suck.)
21st May '16 10:00:48 PM nombretomado
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** It's actually a bit of a giveaway in ''2'', because Crash thinks that Cortex has reformed for a good part of the game. Obviously he hasn't (it even says something like "[[LateArrivalSpoiler A gullible Crash is tricked into working for Cortex]]" when you hover over the {{P|layStationNetwork}}SN version of the game on PSP or PS3), but seeing him say "Game. Over. Bwahahahahahahaha!" before you've gotten very far in the game is a pretty major hint.

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** It's actually a bit of a giveaway in ''2'', because Crash thinks that Cortex has reformed for a good part of the game. Obviously he hasn't (it even says something like "[[LateArrivalSpoiler A gullible Crash is tricked into working for Cortex]]" when you hover over the {{P|layStationNetwork}}SN UsefulNotes/{{P|layStationNetwork}}SN version of the game on PSP or PS3), [=PS3=]), but seeing him say "Game. Over. Bwahahahahahahaha!" before you've gotten very far in the game is a pretty major hint.
21st Apr '16 12:05:44 PM BonsaiForest
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* In ''[[VideoGame/DungeonsAndDragonsChroniclesOfMystara Dungeons and Dragons: Tower of Doom]]'', dying to a boss in single-player tends to result in a close-up of the boss taunting you, with written dialog under the portrait. Sadly, that feature was removed from the sequel, ''Shadow over Mystara''.
17th Mar '16 1:10:23 PM Hossmeister
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* The prettified Gruntilda (and uglified Tooty) from ''BanjoKazooie'' serves as a Game Over Woman.

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* The prettified Gruntilda (and uglified Tooty) from ''BanjoKazooie'' 'VideoGame/BanjoKazooie'' serves as a Game Over Woman.
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