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2nd Jan '16 4:15:15 PM Berrenta
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Looks like an Easter Egg to me.
** Even better, by activating the noclip cheat, you can actually ''get into'' the newscaster's studio, just to see how many corners were cut to actually make his appearance on the screen look fairly realistic. Also, [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything there was a money clip on the floor of the studio with a few hundred bucks in it]], just for the folk that decided to visit.
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** Even better, by activating the noclip cheat, you can actually ''get into'' the newscaster's studio, just to see how many corners were cut to actually make his appearance on the screen look fairly realistic. Also, [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything [[EasterEgg there was a money clip on the floor of the studio with a few hundred bucks in it]], just for the folk that decided to visit.
15th Jun '15 9:59:01 AM nombretomado
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* One of the earliest examples--possibly the UrExample--occurs in ''TheJourneymanProject 2: Buried in Time'', which includes a futuristic TV in Gage Blackwood's pad, on which you can watch a news program and view a commercial.
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* One of the earliest examples--possibly the UrExample--occurs in ''TheJourneymanProject ''VideoGame/TheJourneymanProject 2: Buried in Time'', which includes a futuristic TV in Gage Blackwood's pad, on which you can watch a news program and view a commercial.
15th May '15 8:49:38 PM nombretomado
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* In ''[[DotHackGUGames .hack//G.U.]]'', there is the Internet series, "Online Jack", that contains some details about the characters and story that you won't find out otherwise (not counting in the real life Internet of course).
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* In ''[[DotHackGUGames .''[[VideoGame/DotHackGUGames .hack//G.U.]]'', there is the Internet series, "Online Jack", that contains some details about the characters and story that you won't find out otherwise (not counting in the real life Internet of course).
14th Apr '15 3:27:26 AM jormis29
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** Continued in the second game, where the news reports on the seemingly unstoppable progress of [[spoiler: the Beast]], while not actually reporting anything specific. There's also the militia broadcasts, but they're more propaganda than entertaining.
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** Continued in [[VideoGame/{{inFAMOUS 2}} the second game, game]], where the news reports on the seemingly unstoppable progress of [[spoiler: the Beast]], while not actually reporting anything specific. There's also the militia broadcasts, but they're more propaganda than entertaining.
19th Feb '15 2:53:17 PM Jacob175
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* ''DestroyAllHumans'' comes with two SoBadItsGood 1950s B-movies for you to watch: ''Film/Plan9FromOuterSpace'' and ''Film/TeenagersFromOuterSpace''. * ''MetalGearSolid4'' has the creepiest television ever. Cookery shows which use benzene! Advertising which emphasizes self-poisoning! The least creepy was the CelebrityParadox-causing "Celebrity Moralist" short, and even that was horrible.
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* ''DestroyAllHumans'' ''VideoGame/DestroyAllHumans'' comes with two SoBadItsGood 1950s B-movies for you to watch: ''Film/Plan9FromOuterSpace'' and ''Film/TeenagersFromOuterSpace''. * ''MetalGearSolid4'' ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4'' has the creepiest television ever. Cookery shows which use benzene! Advertising which emphasizes self-poisoning! The least creepy was the CelebrityParadox-causing "Celebrity Moralist" short, and even that was horrible.

* In ''HeavyRain'', there are several [=TVs=] that show cartoons that you, the player, can actually watch, while another character is watching them. The cartoons are each several minutes long. * In ''AlanWake'', there are plenty of [=TVs=] scattered throughout Bright Falls. Some of them provide insight into Alan's story while advancing the plot, and some simply screen a show called [[PunnyName Night Springs]]. These Twilight Zone-esque shorts are actually fairly well-written and are entertaining to seek out and watch. Oh, and there's an [[BraggingRightsReward achievement]] in it for you if you find them all.
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* In ''HeavyRain'', ''VideoGame/HeavyRain'', there are several [=TVs=] that show cartoons that you, the player, can actually watch, while another character is watching them. The cartoons are each several minutes long. * In ''AlanWake'', ''VideoGame/AlanWake'', there are plenty of [=TVs=] scattered throughout Bright Falls. Some of them provide insight into Alan's story while advancing the plot, and some simply screen a show called [[PunnyName Night Springs]]. These Twilight Zone-esque shorts are actually fairly well-written and are entertaining to seek out and watch. Oh, and there's an [[BraggingRightsReward achievement]] in it for you if you find them all.

* Not necessarily ''tv'' but in LANoire, while driving in your car, radio dramas will ocassionally play, often five to ten minutes long of actual material before going to commercials.
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* Not necessarily ''tv'' but in LANoire, VideoGame/LANoire, while driving in your car, radio dramas will ocassionally occasionally play, often five to ten minutes long of actual material before going to commercials.commercials. * Watching Kyle's TV in ''VisualNovel/LastWindow'' provides insight into the electoral campaign, which ultimately ties into the ongoing plot.

* NoMoreHeroes featured Travis's TV where he could watch wrestling videos to learn new moves. The player however, couldn't see the actual footage. In ''NoMoreHeroes2DesperateStruggle'', you could watch the E3 trailer, play a game based on Travis's favorite anime, Pure White Lover Bizarre Jelly, and also watch a video of the {{moe}} show.
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* NoMoreHeroes VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes featured Travis's TV where he could watch wrestling videos to learn new moves. The player however, couldn't see the actual footage. In ''NoMoreHeroes2DesperateStruggle'', ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes2DesperateStruggle'', you could watch the E3 trailer, play a game based on Travis's favorite anime, Pure White Lover Bizarre Jelly, and also watch a video of the {{moe}} show.

* Most stages in ''TheConduit'' include television screens or radios featuring broadcasts that last several minutes.
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* Most stages in ''TheConduit'' ''VideoGame/TheConduit'' include television screens or radios featuring broadcasts that last several minutes.

* ''VampireTheMasqueradeBloodlines'' has a TV set in the player's haven, which shows a newscast detailing the latest in-game happenings and quest hooks. Not only that, if you are a [[MadOracle Malkavian]], you can actually [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThyD2ikS9SY talk to the newscaster]].
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* ''VampireTheMasqueradeBloodlines'' ''VideoGame/VampireTheMasqueradeBloodlines'' has a TV set in the player's haven, which shows a newscast detailing the latest in-game happenings and quest hooks. Not only that, if you are a [[MadOracle Malkavian]], you can actually [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThyD2ikS9SY talk to the newscaster]].

* The ''HarvestMoon'' series usually has a TV you can watch. In some cases, it's something like the TV equivalent of a PamphletShelf--the "shows" are short and silly. In others, they're still short, but they form a complete story--for example, Friends of Mineral Town has "My Fair Princess", a fairy-tale show about a princess and a Demon Lord, which actually has its own little story arc. (In ''Harvest Moon DS'', you can actually get the full show on DVD and "watch" all the episodes.)
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* The ''HarvestMoon'' ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon'' series usually has a TV you can watch. In some cases, it's something like the TV equivalent of a PamphletShelf--the "shows" are short and silly. In others, they're still short, but they form a complete story--for example, Friends of Mineral Town has "My Fair Princess", a fairy-tale show about a princess and a Demon Lord, which actually has its own little story arc. (In ''Harvest Moon DS'', you can actually get the full show on DVD and "watch" all the episodes.)

* The ''VideoGame/MaxPayne'' series had several shows you could watch, reaching its peak in ''Max Payne 2''. "Address Unknown" was a creepy psychological thriller that surreally paralleled Max's own struggle, and "Lords and Ladies" was a costume drama/soap opera, both of which had their own story arcs that progressed throughout the game. "Dick Justice" was a blaxploitation spoof of the first ''Max Payne''. There was also "Captain Baseball Bat Boy," one of Vinnie Gognitti's favorites, actually a multi-media franchise that appears frequently as a comic series in the first game. In addition to that, a room in Woden's secret [[HeadTiltinglyKinky S&M dungeon]] in the ASGARD building in the first game allows you to tune in to an episode of a Star Trek knockoff. ''Max Payne 2'' also briefly featured a TV depicting a porn movie called ''Max Heat 8''.
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* The ''VideoGame/MaxPayne'' series had several shows you could watch, reaching its peak in ''Max Payne 2''. "Address Unknown" was a creepy psychological thriller that surreally surreality paralleled Max's own struggle, and "Lords and Ladies" was a costume drama/soap opera, both of which had their own story arcs that progressed throughout the game. "Dick Justice" was a blaxploitation spoof of the first ''Max Payne''. There was also "Captain Baseball Bat Boy," one of Vinnie Gognitti's favorites, actually a multi-media franchise that appears frequently as a comic series in the first game. In addition to that, a room in Woden's secret [[HeadTiltinglyKinky S&M dungeon]] in the ASGARD building in the first game allows you to tune in to an episode of a Star Trek knockoff. ''Max Payne 2'' also briefly featured a TV depicting a porn movie called ''Max Heat 8''.

* ''RedDeadRedemption'' has some old shorts that John can watch on film projectors (complete with dialogue cards and period music), as well as old-time cartoons.
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* ''RedDeadRedemption'' ''VideoGame/RedDeadRedemption'' has some old shorts that John can watch on film projectors (complete with dialogue cards and period music), as well as old-time cartoons.
9th Jul '14 8:18:38 AM VampireBuddha
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Video games these days often try to do a lot of things to increase immersion and make the world feel more alive. These include things like physics on various objects in the world, having characters in the background hold conversations the player can overhear, and various other tidbits of reality that are put into the game. Sometimes, it even includes a TV with actual "shows" [[http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2004/09/27/ the player can watch]].
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Video games these days often try to do a lot of things to increase immersion and make the world feel more alive. These include things like physics on various objects in the world, having characters in the background hold conversations the player can overhear, and various other tidbits titbits of reality that are put into the game. Sometimes, it even includes a TV with actual "shows" [[http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2004/09/27/ the player can watch]].
13th Oct '13 10:53:55 AM DamianYerrick
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The slingshot tool doesn't make Animal Crossing a "shooter". It's more commonly grouped with The Sims and Harvest Moon.
* While all ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing'' games have TV sets, those of ''City Folk'' are on a schedule according to the day of the week and time.

* While all Animal Crossing games have TV sets, those of City Folk are on a schedule according to the day of the week and time.
28th Aug '13 2:23:34 PM EarlOfSandvich
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* ''{{Half-Life}} 2'' has the 1984-esque "Breencasts" starring Wallace Breen visible on a multitude of screens throughout City 17 and outlying areas. Valve actually did something revolutionary with their Source rendering engine, by being one of the first allowing the texture on a surface to be a 2-D rendering of a scene animated somewhere else. Thus, every time there's a Breencast, there's a little unreachable map section with Breen talking to a camera.
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* ''{{Half-Life}} 2'' ''VideoGame/HalfLife2'' has the 1984-esque "Breencasts" starring Wallace Breen visible on a multitude of screens throughout City 17 and outlying areas. Valve actually did something revolutionary with their Source rendering engine, by being one of the first allowing the texture on a surface to be a 2-D rendering of a scene animated somewhere else. Thus, every time there's a Breencast, there's a little unreachable map section with Breen talking to a camera.
18th Jun '13 4:40:07 PM pimpdaddy
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* Not necessarily ''tv'' but in LANoire, while driving in your car, radio dramas will ocassionally play, often five to ten minutes long of actual material before going to commercials.
4th Jun '13 8:07:04 PM Thebiguglyalien
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Sorting examples
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* ''VideoGame/TheDarkness'' actually allowed players to watch all of the movies ''Film/ToKillAMockingbird'' and ''The Man With the Golden Arm'' on a TV, along with the ''[[Film/FlashGordonSerial Flash Gordon]]'' film serial. * The ''HarvestMoon'' series usually has a TV you can watch. In some cases, it's something like the TV equivalent of a PamphletShelf--the "shows" are short and silly. In others, they're still short, but they form a complete story--for example, Friends of Mineral Town has "My Fair Princess", a fairy-tale show about a princess and a Demon Lord, which actually has its own little story arc. (In ''Harvest Moon DS'', you can actually get the full show on DVD and "watch" all the episodes.)

* The ''VideoGame/MaxPayne'' series had several shows you could watch, reaching its peak in ''Max Payne 2''. "Address Unknown" was a creepy psychological thriller that surreally paralleled Max's own struggle, and "Lords and Ladies" was a costume drama/soap opera, both of which had their own story arcs that progressed throughout the game. "Dick Justice" was a blaxploitation spoof of the first ''Max Payne''. There was also "Captain Baseball Bat Boy," one of Vinnie Gognitti's favorites, actually a multi-media franchise that appears frequently as a comic series in the first game. In addition to that, a room in Woden's secret [[HeadTiltinglyKinky S&M dungeon]] in the ASGARD building in the first game allows you to tune in to an episode of a Star Trek knockoff. ''Max Payne 2'' also briefly featured a TV depicting a porn movie called ''Max Heat 8''.\\ \\ Something worthy of note is that every new TV you come across during ''Max Payne 2'' has a new episode of a certain show. After it ends (or if you turn it off and back on), only commercials play, so it's impossible to watch everything in one "sitting".
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* The ''VideoGame/MaxPayne'' series ''NormalityINC'' had a TV, but it only showed {{Teletext}} * In ''VideoGame/InFAMOUS'', the trials of Cole are [[spoiler: misleadingly]] broadcast about by the TV Jacker. Also you can watch the news that vehemently denies the existence of superpowers. ** Continued in the second game, where the news reports on the seemingly unstoppable progress of [[spoiler: the Beast]], while not actually reporting anything specific. There's also the militia broadcasts, but they're more propaganda than entertaining. * In ''HeavyRain'', there are several shows you could [=TVs=] that show cartoons that you, the player, can actually watch, reaching its peak in ''Max Payne 2''. "Address Unknown" was a creepy psychological thriller that surreally paralleled Max's own struggle, and "Lords and Ladies" was a costume drama/soap opera, both while another character is watching them. The cartoons are each several minutes long. * In ''AlanWake'', there are plenty of which had their own story arcs that progressed [=TVs=] scattered throughout Bright Falls. Some of them provide insight into Alan's story while advancing the game. "Dick Justice" was plot, and some simply screen a blaxploitation spoof of the first ''Max Payne''. There was also "Captain Baseball Bat Boy," one of Vinnie Gognitti's favorites, show called [[PunnyName Night Springs]]. These Twilight Zone-esque shorts are actually a multi-media franchise that appears frequently as a comic series fairly well-written and are entertaining to seek out and watch. Oh, and there's an [[BraggingRightsReward achievement]] in the first game. In addition to that, a room in Woden's secret [[HeadTiltinglyKinky S&M dungeon]] in the ASGARD building in the first game allows it for you to tune in to an episode of a Star Trek knockoff. ''Max Payne 2'' also briefly featured a TV depicting a porn movie called ''Max Heat 8''.\\ \\ Something worthy of note is that every new TV you come across during ''Max Payne 2'' has a new episode of a certain show. After it ends (or if you turn it off and back on), only commercials play, so it's impossible to watch everything find them all. * [=TVs=] in one "sitting".''VideoGame/BeyondGoodAndEvil'' broadcast propaganda from the Alpha Sections. [[/folder]] [[folder:Beat 'Em Up]]

[[/folder]] [[folder:First Person Shooter]] * The ''VideoGame/MaxPayne'' series had several shows you could watch, reaching its peak in ''Max Payne 2''. "Address Unknown" was a creepy psychological thriller that surreally paralleled Max's own struggle, ''VideoGame/TheDarkness'' actually allowed players to watch all of the movies ''Film/ToKillAMockingbird'' and "Lords and Ladies" was ''The Man With the Golden Arm'' on a costume drama/soap opera, both TV, along with the ''[[Film/FlashGordonSerial Flash Gordon]]'' film serial. * ''{{Half-Life}} 2'' has the 1984-esque "Breencasts" starring Wallace Breen visible on a multitude of which had their own story arcs that progressed screens throughout the game. "Dick Justice" was a blaxploitation spoof City 17 and outlying areas. Valve actually did something revolutionary with their Source rendering engine, by being one of the first ''Max Payne''. There allowing the texture on a surface to be a 2-D rendering of a scene animated somewhere else. Thus, every time there's a Breencast, there's a little unreachable map section with Breen talking to a camera. ** Driven home through judicious use of cheat codes. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RC5AGKMdLok&feature=related There's a video on YouTube]] where a guy no-clipped through the walls of an area, tracked down Breen's "studio", and shot him. He later ran across a TV that was also "Captain Baseball Bat Boy," one of Vinnie Gognitti's favorites, supposed to be showing a Breencast, and it [[CrowningMomentOfFunny showed an empty room]] [[BlackComedy with blood on the walls instead]]. ** Done again in Episode One where Gordon and Alyx watch a video recorded by Dr. Mossman that takes place far away from the game's current geographic location. The in game commentary will actually a multi-media franchise zoom the camera to another part of the map that appears frequently as a comic series in shows the first game. In addition to that, a room in Woden's secret [[HeadTiltinglyKinky S&M dungeon]] in the ASGARD building in the first game allows video you to tune in to an episode of a Star Trek knockoff. ''Max Payne 2'' also briefly featured a TV depicting a porn movie called ''Max Heat 8''.\\ \\ Something worthy of note is that every new TV you come across during ''Max Payne 2'' has a new episode of a certain show. After it ends (or if you turn it off and back on), only commercials play, so it's impossible to watch everything is being played out and is not really a recording by the game. * At the beginning of ''VideoGame/{{Doom}} 3'', the player can watch a news broadcast on a TV at the cafeteria. There are also a few propaganda announcements on how groundbreaking and "safe" the UAC is. * Most stages in one "sitting".''TheConduit'' include television screens or radios featuring broadcasts that last several minutes. [[/folder]] [[folder:RPG]]

* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV'' had a TV with a lot of different shows that could be watched. It even had two theaters with live shows that the player could watch onstage, one of which featured Ricky Gervais and Katt Williams doing standup. * While all Animal Crossing games have TV sets, those of City Folk are on a schedule according to the day of the week and time.

* ''NormalityINC'' had a TV, but it only showed {{Teletext}} * In ''VideoGame/InFAMOUS'', the trials of Cole are [[spoiler: misleadingly]] broadcast about by the TV Jacker. Also you can watch the news that vehemently denies the existence of superpowers. ** Continued in the second game, where the news reports on the seemingly unstoppable progress of [[spoiler: the Beast]], while not actually reporting anything specific. There's also the militia broadcasts, but they're more propaganda than entertaining. * ''{{Half-Life}} 2'' has the 1984-esque "Breencasts" starring Wallace Breen visible on a multitude of screens throughout City 17 and outlying areas. Valve actually did something revolutionary with their Source rendering engine, by being one of the first allowing the texture on a surface to be a 2-D rendering of a scene animated somewhere else. Thus, every time there's a Breencast, there's a little unreachable map section with Breen talking to a camera. ** Driven home through judicious use of cheat codes. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RC5AGKMdLok&feature=related There's a video on YouTube]] where a guy no-clipped through the walls of an area, tracked down Breen's "studio", and shot him. He later ran across a TV that was supposed to be showing a Breencast, and it [[CrowningMomentOfFunny showed an empty room]] [[BlackComedy with blood on the walls instead]]. ** Done again in Episode One where Gordon and Alyx watch a video recorded by Dr. Mossman that takes place far away from the game's current geographic location. The in game commentary will actually zoom the camera to another part of the map that shows the video you watch is being played out and is not really a recording by the game. * At the beginning of ''VideoGame/{{Doom}} 3'', the player can watch a news broadcast on a TV at the cafeteria. There are also a few propaganda announcements on how groundbreaking and "safe" the UAC is. * Most stages in ''TheConduit'' include television screens or radios featuring broadcasts that last several minutes. * In VideoGame/TheSims 2 and 3, one could watch various the Simlish channels on television sets. These variably showed a network television channel depicting a reality show and a doctor drama (where the characters bear a strong resemblance to Luka and Sam from ER), a children's programming channel, a cooking channel, or a sports channel in the University expansion pack of The Sims 2, all of which ran commercials. * In ''HeavyRain'', there are several [=TVs=] that show cartoons that you, the player, can actually watch, while another character is watching them. The cartoons are each several minutes long. * In ''AlanWake'', there are plenty of [=TVs=] scattered throughout Bright Falls. Some of them provide insight into Alan's story while advancing the plot, and some simply screen a show called [[PunnyName Night Springs]]. These Twilight Zone-esque shorts are actually fairly well-written and are entertaining to seek out and watch. Oh, and there's an [[BraggingRightsReward achievement]] in it for you if you find them all.

[[/folder]] [[folder:Simulation]] * ''NormalityINC'' had The ''HarvestMoon'' series usually has a TV, but it only showed {{Teletext}} * In ''VideoGame/InFAMOUS'', the trials of Cole are [[spoiler: misleadingly]] broadcast about by the TV Jacker. Also you can watch the news that vehemently denies the existence of superpowers. ** Continued in the second game, where the news reports on the seemingly unstoppable progress of [[spoiler: the Beast]], while not actually reporting anything specific. There's also the militia broadcasts, but they're more propaganda than entertaining. * ''{{Half-Life}} 2'' has the 1984-esque "Breencasts" starring Wallace Breen visible on a multitude of screens throughout City 17 and outlying areas. Valve actually did watch. In some cases, it's something revolutionary with their Source rendering engine, by being one of like the first allowing the texture on a surface to be a 2-D rendering TV equivalent of a scene animated somewhere else. Thus, every time there's a Breencast, there's a little unreachable map section with Breen talking to a camera. ** Driven home through judicious use of cheat codes. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RC5AGKMdLok&feature=related There's a video on YouTube]] where a guy no-clipped through the walls of an area, tracked down Breen's "studio", PamphletShelf--the "shows" are short and shot him. He later ran across silly. In others, they're still short, but they form a TV that was supposed to be showing complete story--for example, Friends of Mineral Town has "My Fair Princess", a Breencast, fairy-tale show about a princess and it [[CrowningMomentOfFunny showed an empty room]] [[BlackComedy with blood on the walls instead]]. ** Done again in Episode One where Gordon and Alyx watch a video recorded by Dr. Mossman that takes place far away from the game's current geographic location. The in game commentary will Demon Lord, which actually zoom has its own little story arc. (In ''Harvest Moon DS'', you can actually get the camera to another part of full show on DVD and "watch" all the map that shows the video you watch is being played out and is not really a recording by the game. * At the beginning of ''VideoGame/{{Doom}} 3'', the player can watch a news broadcast on a TV at the cafeteria. There are also a few propaganda announcements on how groundbreaking and "safe" the UAC is. * Most stages in ''TheConduit'' include television screens or radios featuring broadcasts that last several minutes. episodes.) * In VideoGame/TheSims 2 and 3, one could watch various the Simlish channels on television sets. These variably showed a network television channel depicting a reality show and a doctor drama (where the characters bear a strong resemblance to Luka and Sam from ER), a children's programming channel, a cooking channel, or a sports channel in the University expansion pack of The Sims 2, all of which ran commercials. [[/folder]] [[folder:Third Person Shooter]] * In ''HeavyRain'', there are The ''VideoGame/MaxPayne'' series had several [=TVs=] that show cartoons that you, the player, can actually shows you could watch, while another character is watching them. The cartoons are each several minutes long. * In ''AlanWake'', there are plenty reaching its peak in ''Max Payne 2''. "Address Unknown" was a creepy psychological thriller that surreally paralleled Max's own struggle, and "Lords and Ladies" was a costume drama/soap opera, both of [=TVs=] scattered which had their own story arcs that progressed throughout Bright Falls. Some of them provide insight into Alan's story while advancing the plot, and some simply screen game. "Dick Justice" was a show called [[PunnyName Night Springs]]. These Twilight Zone-esque shorts are blaxploitation spoof of the first ''Max Payne''. There was also "Captain Baseball Bat Boy," one of Vinnie Gognitti's favorites, actually fairly well-written and are entertaining a multi-media franchise that appears frequently as a comic series in the first game. In addition to seek out and watch. Oh, and there's an [[BraggingRightsReward achievement]] that, a room in it for Woden's secret [[HeadTiltinglyKinky S&M dungeon]] in the ASGARD building in the first game allows you to tune in to an episode of a Star Trek knockoff. ''Max Payne 2'' also briefly featured a TV depicting a porn movie called ''Max Heat 8''. **Something worthy of note is that every new TV you come across during ''Max Payne 2'' has a new episode of a certain show. After it ends (or if you find them all.turn it off and back on), only commercials play, so it's impossible to watch everything in one "sitting". * ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV'' had a TV with a lot of different shows that could be watched. It even had two theaters with live shows that the player could watch onstage, one of which featured Ricky Gervais and Katt Williams doing standup. * While all Animal Crossing games have TV sets, those of City Folk are on a schedule according to the day of the week and time.

* [=TVs=] in ''VideoGame/BeyondGoodAndEvil'' broadcast propaganda from the Alpha Sections.

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