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21st Apr '16 7:09:49 PM LordOfTheSword
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21st Apr '16 7:07:31 PM LordOfTheSword
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[[caption-width-right:350:Nice try, ''criminal''.]]
22nd Mar '16 1:23:59 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* In ''VideoGame/YandereSimulator'', it is possible (theoretically) for Yandere-Chun to outfight a teacher, but it isn't likely. More often than not, trying to do so will only result in her being caught, which will lead to her being arrested, a NonStandardGameOver.
15th Jan '16 9:35:43 AM johnnye
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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series usually features infinitely-respawning guards in the cities, becoming particularly infamous in ''Oblivion'' when they combine this with ShopliftAndDie. So not only will you be arrested for picking up a cup you just nudged off a table, attempting to fight the guard will simply result in an endless flood of auto-leveling guards who will, after a short time, stop trying to arrest you, and concentrate on killing you.

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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series usually features infinitely-respawning guards in the cities, becoming particularly infamous in ''Oblivion'' when they combine this with ShopliftAndDie. So not only will you be arrested for picking up a cup you just nudged off a table, attempting to fight the guard will simply result in an endless flood of auto-leveling guards who will, after a short time, stop trying to arrest you, and concentrate on killing you. However, before that point you ''can'' give yourself up, and after paying a fine and serving a short sentence you'll be free to go.



** Exacerbated in that many players don't [[AllInTheManual read manuals]] and don't know that you can yield. So if you accidentally hit a guard... whoa momma.
8th Dec '15 9:43:36 AM R1ck
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* An article on Website/{{Cracked}} was about insane mods of games made by fans. The first entry was that of implementing a fully working ComicBook/IronMan armor set in the game, as well as the chance to play Comic/TheIncredibleHulk, the latter of which making perfect sense. One image is of Hulk going nuts on cops with the caption "[[DefiedTrope HULK FOUGHT LAW AND HULK WON]]."
8th Dec '15 9:37:16 AM R1ck
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The equivalent in other medias would be TheFettered {{Determinator}}.
5th Dec '15 5:53:02 AM Morgenthaler
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* In most of the ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'' series, there's a semi-realistic Sorting Algorithm Of Law Response, with only the earliest being normal police, progressing to the FBI and then the army. It is somewhat more realistic that the Army would be able to keep throwing bodies into the breach, which is where it usually ends. (''[[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV GTA4]]'' cuts out these advanced responses, however, and thus falls squarely into this trope.)

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* In most of the ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'' series, there's a semi-realistic Sorting Algorithm Of Law Response, with only the earliest being normal police, progressing to SWAT teams, then the FBI and then the army. It is somewhat more realistic that the Army would be able to keep throwing bodies into the breach, which is where it usually ends. (''[[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV GTA4]]'' GTA 4]]'' cuts out these advanced responses, however, and thus falls squarely into this trope.)
11th Nov '15 12:09:06 PM StFan
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* Cops in ''{{Turok}} 3'' are unkillable by the player, and ''will'' ventilate you if you attack them or try to cross a police checkpoint.

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* Cops in ''{{Turok}} ''VideoGame/{{Turok}} 3'' are unkillable by the player, and ''will'' ventilate you if you attack them or try to cross a police checkpoint.
29th Sep '15 11:39:41 PM Arawn999
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* In ''VideoGame/UltimateSpiderMan'', destroying a car as Venom will a [[WantedMeter point score]] to appear and endless waves of police to attack. Rack up enough points, and SWAT, helicopters, and SHIELD join in. The police spawn in around every corner, and while you can eat them to regain health (Venom's health gradually decreases) they don't nearly give as much as civilians, making the mini game a show of how many points Venom can rack up before being shot down himself.
6th Sep '15 11:46:49 AM nombretomado
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* The ''NeedForSpeed'' series, with the [[WeHaveReserves endless waves]] of cop cars (which can be [[ImprobablyCoolCar improbably cool]]) pursuing you until you manage to hide long enough from them. In ''Most Wanted'', all bosses require you to endure pursuit in a determined length of time before you can challenge them. [[spoiler: The final stage is you desperately fighting to {{def|iedTrope}}y this trope.]]

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* The ''NeedForSpeed'' ''VideoGame/NeedForSpeed'' series, with the [[WeHaveReserves endless waves]] of cop cars (which can be [[ImprobablyCoolCar improbably cool]]) pursuing you until you manage to hide long enough from them. In ''Most Wanted'', ''[[VideoGame/NeedForSpeedMostWanted Most Wanted]]'', all bosses require you to endure pursuit in a determined length of time before you can challenge them. [[spoiler: The final stage is you desperately fighting to {{def|iedTrope}}y this trope.]]
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