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12th Aug '17 2:36:30 PM GalacticDriftwood
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* ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'': "Goodnight!!!"

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* ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'': "Goodnight!!!""Goodnight!!!" Done again in [[VideoGame/LuigisMansionDarkMoon Dark Moon.]]
18th Jul '17 11:44:00 AM Hanz
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* ''StyxShardsOfDarkness'' has Styx himself appearing on the game over screen to [[BreakingTheFourthWall berate or mock the player for his/her lack of skill]], with gems like "News Flash : the "Jump" button is not located between your ass cheeks! Or maybe it is for you, I don't know."

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* ''StyxShardsOfDarkness'' ''Videogame/StyxShardsOfDarkness'' has Styx himself appearing on the game over screen to [[BreakingTheFourthWall berate or mock the player for his/her lack of skill]], with gems like "News Flash : the "Jump" button is not located between your ass cheeks! Or maybe it is for you, I don't know."
1st Jul '17 6:35:25 AM Serac
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--> [Player]

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--> ---> [Player]
24th Jun '17 2:36:32 PM nombretomado
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* ''DragonQuest'': "[[YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe Thou art dead]]". Although, DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist here, for it only boots you back to the castle [[ContinuingIsPainful minus half your gold]].

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* ''DragonQuest'': ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'': "[[YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe Thou art dead]]". Although, DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist here, for it only boots you back to the castle [[ContinuingIsPainful minus half your gold]].
10th Jun '17 7:20:57 AM JackG
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---> Have a ''nice'' death!

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---> Have --->"Have a ''nice'' death!death!"
** And in "Oxygen", the AI-controlled spacesuits can be programmed to kill their occupants.
-->"Please remain calm while your central nervous system is disabled."
6th Jun '17 1:23:43 PM FlashRebel
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* ''StyxShardsOfDarkness'' has Styx himself appearing on the game over screen to [[BreakingTheFourthWall berate or mock the player for his/her lack of skill]], with gems like "News Flash : the "Jump" button is not located between your ass cheeks! Or maybe it is for you, I don't know."
4th Jun '17 1:30:16 AM AmayirotAkago
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* Starting in ''VideoGame/{{beatmania}} IIDX 21 SPADA'', failing a song on a LifeMeter variety that kills you if emptied out will show a box on the result screen with the caption "DEAD" and the exact measure and note number that you failed at.

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Games]]
* Many of the ''VideoGame/PopnMusic'' characters' fail animations fall under this trope. Nyami (in ''Pop'n Music 16'') sulks over a ruined party, Cup-kun tips over, Timer sulks in the rain while his CheerfulChild CosplayOtakuGirl sister Minit's comforts him, etc.
* ''VideoGame/InTheGroove'': "LIFE DEPLETED. ROUND FAILED."
** With a skull in the background if you fail Pandemonium and "ROUND FAILED ^2" if you failed Vertex^2 (the hardest songs in the first and second game, respectively).
* ''VideoGame/DJMax'':
** From ''DJMAX Online'': "U NEED MORE PRACTICE - '''GAME OVER'''"
*** For whatever reason, that same GameOver screen appears in ''DJMAX Portable''...with the two lines flipped, so it's now "'''GAME OVER''' - U NEED MORE PRACTICE".
** The announcer in most newer (handheld) games: "You need more practice! Never give it up!"
** ''DJMAX Technika 2'' and ''3'': "YOU FAILED. GAME OVER."
* In the ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution'' series, if you fail a song, one thing the announcer will say is "You got ''burned''!" Others include "You need more practice for sure.", "That's not what I wanted to see...", and "Dancing? That was ''dancing''?!"
** He'll also continuously insult (or compliment, if you're doing well) you during the course of the song.
*** The announcer of 1st-5th was especially emotional, from actually lamenting when you broke a 100+ combo, to telling you outright "Your moves are ''lame''!". He even spoke [[GratuitousJapanese Japanese]] in one of his game over quotes: "Ashita ga aru sa!" ("There's always a tomorrow!"), which makes its return (in English this time!) in the DDRMAX series.
* In the ''VideoGame/PumpItUp'' series, this runs the gamut between "Yeah, I know you can!" when you select a song, to "Why don't you just get up and dance, man?" followed by the GameOver screen when you lose.
* If the player deletes one of their bands in ''VideoGame/RockBand 4'', they are treated to a message saying ''"<Band name> has broken up,"'' followed by a randomly generated reason.
** ''"You had to disband as part of a very weird, very generous plea agreement."''
** ''"Perhaps you finally realized that no one shared your passion for 17-minute improvised bridge sections."''
** ''"Don't think of it as a break-up so much as an... um... yeah, it's a break-up."''
** ''"No matter what you did, you just couldn't get your bandmates to quit referring to you as 'the unstable one'."''
* ''VideoGame/{{QWOP}}'', which lies somewhere between rhythm and sports games, tells you off the bat that "it's not about winning or losing", and the so-called "try again" screen is done like a certificate of attendance.
* In ''VideoGame/{{beatmania}} IIDX 19 Lincle'' and ''20 tricoro'', if you fail a Dan course, your "Q-pro" avatar is shown crying on the evaluation screen.
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Starting in ''VideoGame/{{beatmania}} IIDX 21 SPADA'', failing a song on a LifeMeter variety that kills you if emptied out will show a box on the result screen with the caption "DEAD" and the exact measure and note number that you failed at.



[[folder:Rhythm Games]]
* Many of the ''VideoGame/PopnMusic'' characters' fail animations fall under this trope. Nyami (in ''Pop'n Music 16'') sulks over a ruined party, Cup-kun tips over, Timer sulks in the rain while his CheerfulChild CosplayOtakuGirl sister Minit's comforts him, etc.
* ''VideoGame/InTheGroove'': "LIFE DEPLETED. ROUND FAILED."
** With a skull in the background if you fail Pandemonium and "ROUND FAILED ^2" if you failed Vertex^2 (the hardest songs in the first and second game, respectively).
* ''VideoGame/DJMax'':
** From ''DJMAX Online'': "U NEED MORE PRACTICE - '''GAME OVER'''"
*** For whatever reason, that same GameOver screen appears in ''DJMAX Portable''...with the two lines flipped, so it's now "'''GAME OVER''' - U NEED MORE PRACTICE".
** The announcer in most newer (handheld) games: "You need more practice! Never give it up!"
** ''DJMAX Technika 2'' and ''3'': "YOU FAILED. GAME OVER."
* In the ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution'' series, if you fail a song, one thing the announcer will say is "You got ''burned''!" Others include "You need more practice for sure.", "That's not what I wanted to see...", and "Dancing? That was ''dancing''?!"
** He'll also continuously insult (or compliment, if you're doing well) you during the course of the song.
*** The announcer of 1st-5th was especially emotional, from actually lamenting when you broke a 100+ combo, to telling you outright "Your moves are ''lame''!". He even spoke [[GratuitousJapanese Japanese]] in one of his game over quotes: "Ashita ga aru sa!" ("There's always a tomorrow!"), which makes its return (in English this time!) in the DDRMAX series.
* In the ''VideoGame/PumpItUp'' series, this runs the gamut between "Yeah, I know you can!" when you select a song, to "Why don't you just get up and dance, man?" followed by the GameOver screen when you lose.
* If the player deletes one of their bands in ''VideoGame/RockBand 4'', they are treated to a message saying ''"<Band name> has broken up,"'' followed by a randomly generated reason.
** ''"You had to disband as part of a very weird, very generous plea agreement."''
** ''"Perhaps you finally realized that no one shared your passion for 17-minute improvised bridge sections."''
** ''"Don't think of it as a break-up so much as an... um... yeah, it's a break-up."''
** ''"No matter what you did, you just couldn't get your bandmates to quit referring to you as 'the unstable one'."''
* ''VideoGame/{{QWOP}}'', which lies somewhere between rhythm and sports games, tells you off the bat that "it's not about winning or losing", and the so-called "try again" screen is done like a certificate of attendance.
* In ''VideoGame/{{beatmania}} IIDX 19 Lincle'' and ''20 tricoro'', if you fail a Dan course, your "Q-pro" avatar is shown crying on the evaluation screen.
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18th May '17 2:26:58 AM Cryoclaste
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* DOS game ''VideoGame/DangerousDave in the Haunted Mansion'' shows you a different animation for each of the 8 ways you can die (Werewolf, zombie, slashed to death...)

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* DOS game ''VideoGame/DangerousDave in the Haunted Mansion'' ''VideoGame/DangerousDaveInTheHauntedMansion'' shows you a different animation for each of the 8 ways you can die (Werewolf, zombie, slashed to death...)
14th May '17 4:33:56 PM nombretomado
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* ''TraumaCenter'': "The Medical Board will be notified. '''Operation Failed.'''"

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* ''TraumaCenter'': ''VideoGame/TraumaCenter'':
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"The Medical Board will be notified. '''Operation Failed.'''"
30th Apr '17 3:52:35 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* ''VideoGame/DungeonsOfDredmor'', a satire of RogueLike games, takes great delight in your death ("Congratulations! You Have Died.") The main character is GenreSavvy enough to know he probably won't last long as well.

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* ''VideoGame/DungeonsOfDredmor'', a satire of RogueLike games, takes great delight in your death ("Congratulations! You Have Died.") The main character is GenreSavvy enough to know knows he probably won't last long as well.
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