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** A good measure of how bad something has to be is to look at the godawful stuff that DIDN'T "win." For instance, the absolutely without merit "Diva's Revolution" lost because the abysmal Lana-Ziggler-Summer-Rusev love tetrahedron occurred the same year.
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* ''VideoGame/RollerCoasterTycoon'' has some skull-and-crossbones awards for the "theme park with the lowest value", the "dirtiest theme park", "most dangerous theme park" (if you have too many roller coaster accidents). In fact, for all positive awards, a negative one exists.
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* ''VideoGame/WingCommander'' has the "Golden Sun" medal, awarded for surviving the destruction of one's ship (by ejecting during battle). Each pilot is awarded it only once, and when you get it the first time your commander gives you a mild chewing out. After all, you generally get the medal after you ''failed'' at your primary objective.
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* In ''VideoGame/PapersPlease'', if the player has any citations (from letting people through when their paperwork isn't right, denying them access when it is, or other mistakes) on day 10 and day 20, the Inspector's supervisor Dimitri will "reward" him with a Recognition for Sufficience plaque. If they ''really'' screwed up and got more than 20 citations, he gives them a Recognition for ''Presence'' plaque instead: "Do not embarrass me further." People passing through the checkpoint will notice it hanging on the wall and make fun of the Inspector.
-->'''Entrant:''' What is this plaque on the wall? You are recognized for presence? [[SarcasmMode Way to go.]]
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* The Badge of Shame from ''VideoGame/ExitFate''. Rewarded by earning the lowest score possible in a war battle, the badge's description reads "a constant reminder of past failures" and cannot be sold, dropped, equipped or exchanged.
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* You can invoke this in ''VideoGame/CrusaderKings 2'', by naming one of your Nobles the Court Jester. They understandably don't take this well.
* ''VideoGame/CyberNations'' has the National War Memorial wonder, which can only be built if you've lost at least 50,000 soldiers in war. On the other hand, it's relatively cheap and provides a nice bump to national happiness.
* ''VideoGame/KidIcarus'' (NES) is one of the earliest examples in video game history for the fact that if you beat the game in a minimalist speed-run instead of making an honest time-consuming grind, Palutena "promotes" you to serve as some kind of Janitor because she believes that you are a lucky fraud for saving Angel Land from Medusa.
* Arguably, the Cross of Glory in the light-sided ending for ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic''. Sure, you took out Malak, turned the Star Forge into slag, saved your crew ([[spoiler: You can still fail to save Bastila, though]]), and "broke the spirit of the Sith." [[spoiler: Seeing as you ''caused'' the damn mess in the first place during your pre-amnesia tenure as Dark Lord of the Sith]] makes the honor somewhat dubious.
* The dreaded Fizbin of Misfortune, first introduced in VideoGame/MightAndMagic 3, made appearances in the first two games of the ''VideoGame/HeroesOfMightAndMagic'' series. Just having it in your possession threw your general's morale and luck to the rock bottom, and the only way to get rid of it was to disband the hero currently carrying it. There was [[JokeItem absolutely no upside]] to carrying this item around. However, if you were to dump it in the hands of an expendable rookie hero, who then [[LethalJokeItem suicidally attacked]] the strongest enemy hero...



* ''VideoGame/OurDarkerPurpose'': Most student medals are symbols of mediocrity, incompetence, violence, or a sadistic streak. The game's currency, Merit Tokens, are the only means to purchase rations (Juice Boxes) and so students have to kill dozens or cripple themselves to earn them.
** The sadistic ones literally have 'merit' in the title: you need to kill a bunch of enemies and humiliate them by challenging yourself in exchange for power.



* Arguably, the Cross of Glory in the light-sided ending for ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic''. Sure, you took out Malak, turned the Star Forge into slag, saved your crew ([[spoiler: You can still fail to save Bastila, though]]), and "broke the spirit of the Sith." [[spoiler: Seeing as you ''caused'' the damn mess in the first place during your pre-amnesia tenure as Dark Lord of the Sith]] makes the honor somewhat dubious.
* ''VideoGame/CyberNations'' has the National War Memorial wonder, which can only be built if you've lost at least 50,000 soldiers in war. On the other hand, it's relatively cheap and provides a nice bump to national happiness.
* The dreaded Fizbin of Misfortune, first introduced in VideoGame/MightAndMagic 3, made appearances in the first two games of the ''VideoGame/HeroesOfMightAndMagic'' series. Just having it in your possession threw your general's morale and luck to the rock bottom, and the only way to get rid of it was to disband the hero currently carrying it. There was [[JokeItem absolutely no upside]] to carrying this item around. However, if you were to dump it in the hands of an expendable rookie hero, who then [[LethalJokeItem suicidally attacked]] the strongest enemy hero...



* You can invoke this in ''VideoGame/CrusaderKings 2'', by naming one of your Nobles the Court Jester. They understandably don't take this well.
* ''VideoGame/OurDarkerPurpose'': Most student medals are symbols of mediocrity, incompetence, violence, or a sadistic streak. The game's currency, Merit Tokens, are the only means to purchase rations (Juice Boxes) and so students have to kill dozens or cripple themselves to earn them.
** The sadistic ones literally have 'merit' in the title: you need to kill a bunch of enemies and humiliate them by challenging yourself in exchange for power.
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%% Only InUniverse examples should be listed here. Any other examples likely fall under AchievementMockery instead.
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Note that for video games, only InUniverse examples should be listed. Any other examples likely fall under AchievementMockery instead.



* ''VideoGame/AdvanceWars Dual Strike'' gives medals for having units destroyed and being defeated, in addition to more positive awards. To get all the awards in ''Days Of Ruin'' you have to [[DoWellButNotPerfect lose a bunch and get some C ranks (the lowest rank)]].






* In VideoGame/{{Mabinogi}}, there are several titles for embarrassing failures, most notably getting defeated by a fox. Since the removal of the life cost associated with the windmill skill, this now takes a considerable amount of patience since gain health passively very slowly, but still almost as fast as a fox can damage you.
* ''VideoGame/AdvanceWars Dual Strike'' gives medals for having units destroyed and being defeated, in addition to more positive awards. To get all the awards in ''Days Of Ruin'' you have to [[DoWellButNotPerfect lose a bunch and get some C ranks (the lowest rank)]].
* The ''VideoGame/{{Battlefield}}'' series has the Purple Heart, achieved from a certain kill/death ratio depending on game (1:5 for ''1942'', 1:4 for ''2'', and 1:2 for ''2142'').
* ''VideoGame/{{Spore}}'' has "Joker", which means that you cheated with the race that earned it, and you cannot get more Achievements with it (thus it overlaps with NoFairCheating), "Pathological Cheater", for gaining 50 Joker badges, and "Dance With The Devil", which means you allied with [[AlwaysChaoticEvil the Grox]] and are thus a colossal JerkAss. There are also "Can't Win for Losing" (for dying in every stage of the game), and "General Custer" (for getting 30 followers killed and generally being TheNeidermeyer).
* ''VideoGame/TacticsOgreTheKnightOfLodis'' has at least two unflattering medals with penalty effects: ''Bogus Hero'', if you gain 20 or more levels while sparring your own units and ''Don Quixote'' if you attack someone and the counterattack damage deals 2/3 of your max health. Clerics and Priests can earn a third one, ''Gibe of the Fallen Angel'', by killing three enemies with physical attacks.



* A ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare'' player who fails to kill anyone in a multiplayer round, and die at least ten times, gets an achievement.
* ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'''s Sniper vs. Spy update introduced the Sniper's "Consolation Prize" achievement for being {{Back Stab}}bed 50 times. This can be especially ironic if the achievement causes you to reach Sniper Milestone 3, that would reward you with the Razorback, a shield that keeps you from being backstabbed.
* ''VideoGame/GuitarHero 3'' had ones for failing a song multiple times in a row, and failing at the 95% mark in a song.
** The [=X360=] version of ''Guitar Hero 2'' gives you an achievement for ''your first failed song''.
** Likewise, the US [=PS2=] version of ''DanceDanceRevolution: DDRMAX'' unlocks the song "Celebrate" when you fail for the first time, and "Gentle Stress" when you fail an Oni course.
* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' has ''tons'':
** ''Deaths By Hogger'' is a tracked statistic in the game, with Hogger being a BossInMooksClothing.
** Similarly, ''Deaths to Elevator Boss'' tracks how many times a player falls to their death on a particularly high elevator.
** There's a sort of inversion in the LeeroyJenkins achievement, if you can pull off the infamous stunt that player attempted (provoking an entire room of baddies at once and killing them all). [[Machinima/LeeroyJenkinsVideo The original Leeroy Jenkins died horribly and got his whole team killed with him in a hilarious manner]]; the actual achievement requires pulling the stunt off ''successfully.'' Having the achievement named after him might actually be a straight (if a bit complicated) version of this trope for the original Leeroy.
** An achievement "Stood in the Fire"[[note]] the name of which is in and of itself, a reference to TooDumbToLive behavior in boss encounters[[/note]] required players to get killed by Deathwing when he strafed zones. It was actually harder than it sounds, given how random Deathwing's attacks were. Played even straighter after Deathwing became killable when the achievement was modified to include dying during either the Spine of Deathwing or Madness of Deathwing raid encounters. Not only does it retain its dubious value, but it now also signifies that it is likely the recipient's first time fighting Deathwing on that character.
** The title "the Patient", earned after grouping with 50 random players with the Dungeon Finder tool on Heroic dungeons (roughly 13 or so runs, at minimum) tends to be seen as a mark of a relatively new maximum-level player who has not accomplished much in the way of raiding and has only been doing heroics so far.
** "It's A Trap" is an achievement given to players who walk across the obvious traps in a scenario.
** Nefarion in Blackwing Descent awards players who defeat Maloriakf on Heroic with the temporary title "Slayer of Stupid, Incompetent, and Disappointing Minions". He does the same thing in ''VideoGame/{{Hearthstone}}'' temporarily: The player's nametag gets replaced with "Slayer of Stupid, Incompetent, and Disappointing Minions" for the next boss encounter in the series (Atramedes).
** Some dubious achievements are gained on holidays. The "Disturbing the Peace" achievement is gained during [[{{Oktoberfest}} Brewfest]] by getting completely drunk and dancing in the middle of Dalaran. During Children's Week, you get the "Home Alone" for using your Hearthstone while with your charge, and the "Bad Example" by scarfing down candy in front of him. "Out With It" is gained by eating candy during AllHallowsEve until you puke.
* ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes''
** The game awards [[CosmeticAward badges]] for some rather dubious "achievements", including sustaining high amounts of damage, paying off debt (which is accrued each time you are "killed"), and time spent held in status effects. At least most of the badges for such effects have cool names; taking a lot of damage gets you the Tough, Indestructible and Unstoppable badges, which are at least okay. The final "Death" badge is ''Exalted''.
** The cool titles alone (which could be worn and showed up under the player character's name) were reason enough for many players to work towards them. Also for melee characters like Tanks and Brutes the "damage taken" badges were of course treated as badges of honor..
* Several of the bronze trophies in the UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 version of ''VideoGame/{{Warhawk}}'' are awarded for such dubious feats as stepping on 5 land mines, or flying into your own aerial mine.
* Lots of games have dubious achievements that might make you look like a sex offender should anyone see your game card. (Keep in mind that because an achievement is considered a reward, it can never be deleted.) Examples:
** In ''VideoGame/LollipopChainsaw'', the "I Swear I Did it By Mistake!" achievement is gained by looking up Juliet's skirt. (Clearly, she doesn't believe you; it's worth 10G, but is it actually worth it?)
** In ''VideoGame/AsurasWrath'', the "View of the Valley" achievement is gained by staring too long at a girl's bust. (Note that a lot of the female characters here have a lot of cleavage, so it's easy to get. This one is worth 20 Gs.)
** Tip a virtual stripper who takes her top off in ''VideoGame/DukeNukem'', and you'll get the 10G achievement "Shake it Baby".
** In ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2'', the Snake Beater achievement is a 10G achievement for Snake getting caught, uhm, [[ADateWithRosiePalms stimulating himself]], and let's leave it at that.
** You get an achievement in ''VideoGame/DeadOrAlive4'' if you lose 20 matches in a row. (And this one isn't worth any Gs, and it doesn't even have a cool title, it's just called "20 Consecutive Losses in [=DOA4=]" to show how much you ''suck''.)
* In ''VideoGames/DarkSouls'', the achievement is one nobody wants, but it's the first achievement on ''every'' player's list. It's the "This is Dark Souls" achievement you get for dying the first time. (There is ''no'' known player who did ''not'' gain this one first.)



* ''VideoGame/FreeSpace2'' has "Congratulations, you have attained the rank of Admiral. ''Now go read a book.''" This is because attaining Admiral requires completing the single-player campaign roughly a hundred times.
** The previous game in the series outright accuses you of cheating and urges you to stop.
* ''VideoGame/RollerCoasterTycoon'' has some skull-and-crossbones awards for the "theme park with the lowest value", the "dirtiest theme park", "most dangerous theme park" (if you have too many roller coaster accidents). In fact, for all positive awards, a negative one exists.
* ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing'' has a number of these for the masochistic to collect and proudly display, such as '[[Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail Brave Sir Robin]]', for fleeing from 100 battles, and 'The Ghoul Cup' for eating [[ArcNumber 11]] nasty undead dishes that permanently reduce your stats.
** There is even one that you need to acquire by buying it: the "Mr. Exploiter" accessory, which can only be bought [[NoFairCheating for a practically impossible amount of money.]]



* ''VideoGame/WarhammerOnline'' has a series of titles unlocked by failure, including dying via mobs up to a million times ("The Tragic"), being killed up to 100,000 times by enemy players ("The Feckless") or falling to your death up to 5000 times ("The Pancake"). In addition to this there are specific titles for being killed by each enemy class, drowning in lava and several other dubious rewards that people nonetheless wear with pride.
* ''VideoGame/StarTrekEliteForce'' games give the RedShirt award in a multiplayer game to those who [[MythologyGag manage to die first]].
* ''VideoGame/WingCommander'' has the "Golden Sun" medal, awarded for surviving the destruction of one's ship (by ejecting during battle). Each pilot is awarded it only once, and when you get it the first time your commander gives you a mild chewing out. After all, you generally get the medal after you ''failed'' at your primary objective.



* In ''[[VideoGame/NeedForSpeed Need For Speed: Carbon]]'', to unlock one of the parts you have to earn the consolation award. You get that for losing. Another one of the parts requires an award where the player has to be arrested in career mode.
* The Flash game ''VideoGame/{{Amorphous}}''. You get awards for [[NintendoHard dying a number of times]], as well as [[TheManyDeathsOfYou dying in multiple ways]]. And it's needed for OneHundredPercentCompletion, as it's the only way to get more reward keys.
* ''VideoGame/{{Vindictus}}'' has several titles, such as having one's [[BreakableWeapons equipment destroyed]] a certain number of times, and titles for [[GoldFever picking up enough gold]] dropped from [[RewardingVandalism destroyed scenery]]. "Enabler" is acquired by completing a side-quest that involves bringing large amounts of booze to the [[TheAlcoholic town blacksmith]], and the reward for spending several real-time hours fishing on Valentine's Day is "[[{{Pun}} Master Baiter]]". Some of these require a huge number of occurrences to achieve the "highest" level of the title.
* ''VideoGame/TotalWarShogun2'' includes an achievement for sinking or capturing a particularly powerful ship. Possibly due to a programming oversight, you still get this achievement if it's you that loses the ship in question.
* Many games, particularly {{Shoot Em Up}}s, will award the player exactly 1 point for using a continue (sometimes also zeroing out the upper digits) up to a maximum of 9 times, while everything else is scored in multiples of 10. This makes the last digit of the player's score reveal how many times they continued.
* ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}'' gives an achievement for falling for [=GLaDOS's=] trap... and another for falling for [[spoiler:Wheatley]]'s.
* In VideoGame/LittleBigPlanet 2, there's a trophy called "1,440 Minutes of Create," which is earned by spending a total of 24 hours in Create Mode. The [[UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita Vita]] version changes this to "Get a Life." In both of those games, there's also trophies for dying 20 times in one story level, and pins (in-game achievements) for things like dying a certain number of times, coming in last place in races, drowning, killing multiple [[{{NPC}} Sackbots]] in the story levels, slapping other players to their deaths, or popping yourself to retry. "It's really not too bad..."
* Some achievements in ''VideoGame/TheSimsMedieval'' aren't ones that are very good. A noteworthy one is "Have 25 people die in your Kingdom," which since the maximum population of hero Sims is only 12, 25 deaths have to come from either questing so badly you have to remake your heroes multiple times, or killing off a majority of your original NPC population, which weakens your kingdom.



* In ''VideoGame/{{Tribes}}: Ascend'' one of the accolades that earn you points is "llama grab", gotten when you pick up a flag at a very low speed--which is likely to result in you dying before you get much anywhere with it, screwing up a faster moving teammate's grab attempt, and dropping the flag somewhere that's harder for you to pick up until the flag automatically goes back to the stand. While it still gives you points, it's less than even a standard flag grab and the description even says "not for use in any highlight reels".
* ''Goldeneye: Source'' has a few in the form of achievements, including "[[Film/{{Thunderball}} 004]]," which is awarded for blowing yourself up 25 times with your own mines, "Film/{{Octopussy}}" for excessive camping, and "[[Film/AustinPowers Who Throws A Shoe?]]" which is awarded to someone who plays as Oddjob-who is widely considered unfair to use due to being smaller and therefore harder to hit-for essentially being the worst player in the round. Then there's the Awards, which are given every match, that point out similar things, and they're similarly both doled out for genuine skill-or a lack thereof.
* Shooting the president in the UsefulNotes/XBox360 version of ''VideoGame/SecretService'' earns you the zero-point achievement "The Exact Opposite of Your Job".
* The PSN/XBLA versions of ''VideoGame/SonicTheFighters'' give you a trophy/achievement just for being SquashedFlat (well, squashed down to a short size, anyway).
* ''VideoGame/LollipopChainsaw''
** The trophy "Gunn Struck", which you get from being struck by lightning (or shocked by Vikke's electrical attacks) ten times.
** You get the trophy "I Swear I Did it by Mistake!" for attempting to look up Juliet's skirt. You perv.
* ''VideoGame/CaveStory[=+=]'' for Steam has an achievement for being killed by Toroko. As in, the harmless little [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter Mimiga]] who "attacks" by running back and forth waving a stick, which only does 1 damage per hit, and you have to deliberately stand still and wait to die, if you have more than 1 HP. Even the achievement name ("Toroko Wins!") sounds surprised that it ever happened.
* ''VideoGame/BlackMesa'' has achievements for being killed by your own snarks, killed by [[TheGoomba a headcrab]], overcharging the Tau Cannon (which inflicts massive damage on the user), and even drowning in the Lambda Core's coolant.



* In ''VideoGame/PrinceOfPersiaTheForgottenSands'' you can permanently lower your current difficulty anytime in the game. Doing this earns you the achievement "Our Little Secret".
* ''VideoGame/TheSimpsonsGame'' has a zero-point Achievement earned by dying ten or more times during the game.
* The Badge of Shame from ''VideoGame/ExitFate''. Rewarded by earning the lowest score possible in a war battle, the badge's description reads "a constant reminder of past failures" and cannot be sold, dropped, equipped or exchanged.
* ''VideoGame/DeadRising2 OffTheRecord'' has an achievement for receiving your first medal (out of many you can earn in sandbox mode) - the flavor text reads: "It says 'Participant' in tiny letters on the bottom..."
* In ''VideoGame/PapersPlease'', if the player has any citations (from letting people through when their paperwork isn't right, denying them access when it is, or other mistakes) on day 10 and day 20, the Inspector's supervisor Dimitri will "reward" him with a Recognition for Sufficience plaque. If they ''really'' screwed up and got more than 20 citations, he gives them a Recognition for ''Presence'' plaque instead: "Do not embarrass me further." People passing through the checkpoint will notice it hanging on the wall and make fun of the Inspector.
-->'''Entrant:''' What is this plaque on the wall? You are recognized for presence? [[SarcasmMode Way to go.]]
* In the ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'' series, [[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsAlpha Ibis Douglas]] notes that she got her [[TheRedBaron nickname]] "Shooting Star" because like one, she's always seen [[CaptainCrash falling to earth]]. ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsOriginalGeneration 2nd Original Generations]]'' actually gives you a trophy for getting her shot down in a space map, and another, titled "撃墜され王" (roughly, King of Being Shot Down) if you lose five of your mechs in a single stage.
* In ''VideoGame/{{RIFT}}'', killing innocent animals occasionally drops their tears as artifacts, with flavor text such as "So sad." and "You murderer." Not only is there a full set of these such artifacts, there is even an achievement for collecting 20 of a certain type.
* ''VideoGame/PuppetShow 6: Lightning Strikes'' has the "Reckless Detective" and "Pushy" achievements. (For using investigation cards wrongly and using an incorrect item five times in a row on the same hot spot, respectively.)
* ''VideoGame/WinterVoices'' has the "Like A Hen On A Wire" Steam achievement. To get it you have to "Obtain the worst score in every major quest of the boat."
* ''VideoGame/{{Awakening}} 7: The Golden Age'' has the "Murderer" achievement for trying to use a razor on some sleeping gnolls.
* ''VideoGame/EYEDivineCybermancy'' has several achievements of dishonor; "Nuclear Man" for gibbing yourself with the [[{{BFG}} Excidium cannon]], "Low Tech Dummy" for being hacked by a ''door'', "Doctor Hyde" for "accidentally" teamkilling an ally through medkit overdose, plus a variety of achievements for [[SanityMeter going insane]].
* ''VideoGame/PlanetSide 2'''s Dasanfall leaderboards track every kill from every weapon from every player. Most players get around 1000 kills on a weapon before moving on. The "Industrial Agriculture" achievement is granted for getting ''a hundred thousand kills'' on one weapon, with the quip:
-->"Congratulations to [=GylleBMF=] from Cobalt [[EvenNerdsHaveStandards for putting our own lives into perspective]] with his feat."
* ''VideoGame/SaintsRowIV'' has a scene where Zinyak asks you to surrender and be executed, and promises if you do so he'll restore the Earth. Doing so will get you a NonStandardGameOver and the "You Chose... Poorly" achievement.
* The platformer ''VideoGame/AritanaAndTheHarpysFeather'' has not one but six different achievements for getting hit or dying in different ways.
* ''VideoGame/{{Delicious}} 2'' has the "You Should Be Ashamed" achievement for letting 100 angry customers walk out the door.
* ''VideoGame/PuppetShow 8: The Face of Humanity'' has the "Are You Really a Detective?" achievement for trying to use a knife on the gendarme who demands authorization at the start of the game.
* ''VideoGame/FrontlinesFuelOfWar'' has a zero-point achievement named "{{Noob}}" for suiciding 10 times in a multiplayer game.



* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII'', there is a Steam achievement for losing a rare card in Triple Triad. Then again, [[ViolationOfCommonSense you have to lose specific rare cards to the Queen of Cards to advance her sidequest]], so completionists will have to get this sooner or later.
* ''VideoGame/{{Nihilumbra}}'': There's an achievement for dying ten times in a row in any void mode level. [[NintendoHard You will probably earn this in level 1-1]].
* ''VideoGame/KidIcarus'' (NES) is one of the earliest examples in video game history for the fact that if you beat the game in a minimalist speed-run instead of making an honest time-consuming grind, Palutena "promotes" you to serve as some kind of Janitor because she believes that you are a lucky fraud for saving Angel Land from Medusa.
* The HD remaster of ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4'' has "Don't Shoot The Water" for provoking Del Lago into swallowing Leon whole by shooting into the lake.
* If you end a multiplayer game with the most deaths in ''Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris'', you receive an achievement/trophy titled "At Least You're the Best at Something".
* In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'', the achievement "Touchdown!" is earned by being killed by [[ActionBomb a Super Mutant Suicider]].
* In ''VideoGame/{{BlastCorps}}'', the highest rank can only be achieved by getting a platinum medal on every stage in the game. Said rank is called "You can stop now".
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** While Dinesh D'Souza first reacted to the nominations ''Hillary's America'' got [[https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/movies/2017/01/23/hillarys-america-director-dinesh-dsouza-calls-5-razzie-noms-petty-revenge/96969770/ saying]] it was done by petty liberals angry that Donald Trump won the election, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZ5Jfzao7a8 he changed his mind by the time the movie actually won Worst Picture]] - along with Worst Director and Actor for D'Souza himself!
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* In ''VideoGame/{{BlastCorps}}'', the highest rank can only be achieved by getting a platinum medal on every stage in the game. Said rank is called "You can stop now".
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