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5th Sep '17 1:37:33 PM Kotomikun
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* While most ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' games have an ExcusePlot at the very least, ''VideoGame/PokemonDash'' and the second ''VideoGame/PokemonTrozei'' game don't even have that.

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* While most ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' games have an ExcusePlot at the very least, ''VideoGame/PokemonDash'' and the second ''VideoGame/PokemonTrozei'' game don't even have that. ''VideoGame/PokemonGo'' has the usual Professor handing out starter Pokémon, but that's pretty much all the story you get--no reason is ever given for why there are Pokémon in the real world, or why the Valor, Mystic, and Instinct teams are endlessly fighting to control gyms.
22nd Aug '17 12:33:07 PM Piterpicher
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* ''VideoGame/FastEddie'' has no plot to speak of, Eddie simply run around, collects prizes and avoids Sneakers.
17th Aug '17 6:46:35 AM barberbarberjoe
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* The Creator/TsuburayaProductions series Redman, which consists entirely of short, [[NoBudget cheap]] vignettes where the title superhero fights monsters. Since the fights have no context to speak of, this gives off an unnerving feel to the proceedings.
13th Jul '17 9:08:58 AM Phediuk
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* ''VideoGame/CobraTriange'': you're a boat. Here's some challenges.

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* ''VideoGame/CobraTriange'': ''VideoGame/CobraTriangle'': you're a boat. Here's some challenges.
13th Jul '17 9:08:40 AM Phediuk
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* ''VideoGame/CobraTriange'': you're a boat. Here's some challenges.
10th Jul '17 10:27:46 PM SSgt_LuLZ
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* ''VideoGame/PlayerunknownsBattlegrounds'' drops around a hundred players from a C-130 cargo plane onto an abandoned island arena filled with random weapons and equipment to fight one another to the death, till only one comes out on top. Why? No one knows, and frankly no one cares.
27th Jun '17 8:18:37 PM Maj_Spoiler
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** ''VideoGame/{{Overwatch}}'': The game shelves the lore in favor of PvP gameplay, so those wanting to know more about the characters and the world will have to look into the rest of ''Overwatch'''s media to scratch that itch. The limited-time Uprising gamemode, however, included lore as it was a PvE mode.
24th Jun '17 10:31:08 PM Qaweldon
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* ''Empire'' by Creator/AndyWarhol is just a shot of the Empire State Building filmed in the course of 24 hours straight.

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* ''Empire'' by Creator/AndyWarhol is just a shot of the Empire State Building [[LeaveTheCameraRunning filmed in over the course of 24 hours straight.8 hours]].



* ''Animation/TheMindsEye'' series. Its primary purpose was to showcase animation technology and talent of the early '90s, and it is composed of clips of computer animation from hundreds of animators, so there was very little thought given to any sort of plot. The sequences act just like the segments from ''Fantasia'' above (set to electronic music, of course), but there are a few attempts at a story. Both ''The Mind's Eye'' and ''Beyond the Mind's Eye'' feature whole sequences that have a self-contained story because the story was already planned out by the studios who submitted them. ''The Gate to the Mind's Eye'' attempts to form a coherent story, but it's largely lost [[AllThereInTheManual if you don't read the box or DVD case]].

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* ''Animation/TheMindsEye'' series. Its primary purpose was to showcase animation technology and talent Music/FrankZappa's directorial debut, ''Film/TwoHundredMotels'', is entirely made up of the early '90s, and it is composed of clips of computer animation from hundreds of animators, so there was very little thought given to any sort of plot. The sequences act just like the incredibly bizarre segments from ''Fantasia'' above (set to electronic music, of course), but there are a few attempts at a story. Both ''The Mind's Eye'' and ''Beyond the Mind's Eye'' feature whole sequences that have a self-contained story because the story was already planned out by the studios who submitted situations with equally strange imagery and editing all taking place on an [[NoBudget obviously cheap movie set]] with next to no connection between any of them. ''The Gate In interviews, Zappa claimed to have secretly recorded his band mates while they were high or drunk for inspiration while writing the Mind's Eye'' attempts script and intended the film to form a coherent story, highlight the editing possibilities of videotape. Granted the plot was the result of the film never being properly finished, but it's largely lost [[AllThereInTheManual if you don't read considering Zappa's body of work the box or DVD case]].
final cut probably wouldn't have been that different from what was released.





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* ''Animation/TheMindsEye'' series. Its primary purpose was to showcase animation technology and talent of the early '90s, and it is composed of clips of computer animation from hundreds of animators, so there was very little thought given to any sort of plot. The sequences act just like the segments from ''Fantasia'' above (set to electronic music, of course), but there are a few attempts at a story. Both ''The Mind's Eye'' and ''Beyond the Mind's Eye'' feature whole sequences that have a self-contained story because the story was already planned out by the studios who submitted them. ''The Gate to the Mind's Eye'' attempts to form a coherent story, but it's largely lost [[AllThereInTheManual if you don't read the box or DVD case]].
17th May '17 10:24:16 AM weirdfantasy
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* ''Animation/TheMindsEye'' series. Its primary purpose was to showcase animation technology and talent of the early '90s, and it is composed of clips of computer animation from hundreds of animators, so there was very little thought given to any sort of plot. The sequences act just like the segments from ''Fantasia'' above (set to electronic music, of course), but there are a few attempts at a story. Both ''The Mind's Eye'' and ''Beyond the Mind's Eye'' feature whole sequences that have a self-contained story because the story was already planned out by the studios who submitted them. ''The Gate to the Mind's Eye'' attempts to form a coherent story, but it's largely lost [[AllThereInTheManual if you don't read the box or DVD case]].
1st May '17 5:46:59 AM Glitch_man4242
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* ''VideoGame/ClusterTruck'' has no plot, just the concept of jumping from truck to truck in various settings.
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