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17th Jun '18 5:13:31 AM Kakai
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* In FNAF fangame ''VideoGame/FredbearAndFriends'', one of the cameras has writing on the lens, obstructing the view of the prowling animatronics (though it provides a clue of its own).
2nd Jun '18 8:59:29 PM CommanderVisor
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* In ''VideoGame/NierAutomata'', when [=2B=] is [[spoiler:infected by the Logic Virus, she takes herself to a location to isolate herself so that she doesn't infect the server. As you make your way there, her pod warns you of the level of infection and your screen & sound gets increasingly static. When you reach the bridge, your pod warns you that your head is overheating, which is immediately followed up by your screen going black for a second, then [=2B's=] head exploding in flames (her head is still fine).]]
2nd Jun '18 8:49:38 PM CommanderVisor
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** There's also what happens when you've got a Pokémon in your party with a Poisoned status effect inflicted on it; every few steps the game's graphics go haywire for four seconds and there's a very unpleasant metallic screeching noise. Your Pokémon loses 1 HP every time this happens. But if this would cause the Pokémon to faint in D/P/Pt, [[DeusExMachina the poison miraculously goes away]]. It's worse when you're moving very fast, especially with the Mach Bike in R/S/E.

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** There's also what happens when you've got a Pokémon in your party with a Poisoned status effect inflicted on it; every few steps steps, the game's graphics go haywire for four seconds and [[HellIsThatSound there's a very unpleasant metallic screeching noise.noise]]. Your Pokémon loses 1 HP every time this happens. But from Generation 4 and on, if this would cause the Pokémon to faint in D/P/Pt, [[DeusExMachina faint, [[HPToOne the poison miraculously goes away]]. It's worse when you're moving very fast, especially with the Mach Bike in R/S/E.
24th May '18 1:38:58 PM N1KF
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'''Note: For {{b|latantLies}}est [[SelfDemonstratingArticle reading]], rotate monitor 90 degrees.'''

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'''Note: For {{b|latantLies}}est [[SelfDemonstratingArticle [[BlatantLies best reading]], rotate monitor 90 degrees.'''
20th May '18 9:36:23 PM cookieman
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** In the remake, he also screws with Mario and Luigi's stats, swapping them around by casting magic on the menu itself.
4th May '18 12:33:35 PM Steven
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* in ''VideoGame/MajorasMask'', the screen gradually shrinks when the morning of the next day approaches to heighten the tension of your time limit to save the world. The screen can make the screen become only half as big as the normal full screen size, which can be extremely annoying if you're trying to do something like fight monsters or read text. The shrink effect doesn't apply when inside a dungeon.
25th Apr '18 1:59:11 PM john_e
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* One of the first examples was the UsefulNotes/ZXSpectrum platformer ''Cauldron II'', which featured purple disembodied hands that, if you collided with them, would reverse the right/left controls.

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* One of the first examples was the UsefulNotes/ZXSpectrum platformer ''Cauldron II'', which featured purple disembodied hands that, if you collided with them, would reverse the right/left controls. These were, in turn, a ShoutOut to the purple flowers in ''VideoGame/SabreWulf'', which have the same effect.
8th Apr '18 12:21:14 PM chopshop
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[[folder:Comic Books]]
* In Tom King’s ''ComicBook/MisterMiracle2017'', a VHS-style distortion effect [[PaintingTheMedium disrupts the pages]] at random intervals. Depending on how you interpret the story, this either indicates that Mister Miracle is trapped in a LotusEaterMachine or that [[ThroughTheEyesOfMadness he’s losing his mind]].
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31st Mar '18 1:27:59 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''Franchise/FatalFrame'' franchise, specifically Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly, one of the unique ghosts fought includes Chitose Tachibana, a [[CryingLittleKid crying girl]] who can disable the flashlight, therefore making the room dark. Of course, you won't be able to [[FirstPersonSnapshooter see anything in your camera's viewfinder]] in the total darkness.

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* In the ''Franchise/FatalFrame'' ''VideoGame/FatalFrame'' franchise, specifically Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly, one of the unique ghosts fought includes Chitose Tachibana, a [[CryingLittleKid crying girl]] who can disable the flashlight, therefore making the room dark. Of course, you won't be able to [[FirstPersonSnapshooter see anything in your camera's viewfinder]] in the total darkness.
14th Mar '18 11:35:55 AM BoredAtWork
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* ''VideoGame/RawData'''s "Soul Decrypt" level takes place in a garden where the very air is psychoactive. The player will start seeing rainbows after a short time, and if they stay in unsafe areas for too long they're begin to hallucinate enemies who aren't there.

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* ''VideoGame/RawData'''s "Soul Decrypt" level takes place in a garden where the very air is psychoactive. The player will start seeing rainbows after a short time, and if they stay in unsafe areas for too long they're they'll begin to hallucinate enemies who aren't there.
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