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21st Mar '17 7:33:05 PM BackLash
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* ''VideoGame/StreetFighterOnlineMouseGeneration'' gives players bios or info for most of the characters but there is no in-game plot whatsoever.
13th Mar '17 2:40:08 PM CyberController
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* ''TonyHawksUnderground'': Averted, with one of the most developed plots that had so far ever been seen in a sports-oriented game, about two friends slowly growing to hate each other as each follows a different path to stardom. Many later games in the series have taken to including a solid story.

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*''VideoGame/TeamFortressClassic'', unlike its [[VideoGame/TeamFortress2 sequel]], has no plot to speak of.
* ''TonyHawksUnderground'': ''VideoGame/TonyHawksUnderground'': Averted, with one of the most developed plots that had so far ever been seen in a sports-oriented game, about two friends slowly growing to hate each other as each follows a different path to stardom. Many later games in the series have taken to including a solid story.
8th Feb '17 1:04:03 PM LordBlackdeath
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* ''VideoGame/{{Warlight}}'': as an Indie Risk adaptation, it doesn't provide much more [[TakeOverTheWorld plot]] than the original tabletop game.
**Some games do avert this through EmergentGameplay elements created by players though.
20th Dec '16 1:15:41 AM GhostOfAGeek
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-->-- '''{{Seanbaby}}''' [[http://www.seanbaby.com/nes/nes/intro.htm hands out a "Best Game Intro" Award]] to ''VideoGame/BadDudes''.

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-->-- '''{{Seanbaby}}''' '''Creator/{{Seanbaby}}''' [[http://www.seanbaby.com/nes/nes/intro.htm hands out a "Best Game Intro" Award]] to ''VideoGame/BadDudes''.
6th Dec '16 4:53:57 PM contrafanxxx
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** ''[[VideoGame/GigaWing Giga Wing Generations]]'' is the only game in the series that has no plot or characters.
14th Nov '16 1:46:50 PM avon
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* ''Videogame/{{Galaxian}}'': And to an even larger extent, ''{{Galaga}}'' and it's descendants. To this day, there is confusion as to who the Galaxians are. The original game strongly suggests that it's TheFederation which your ship (called a Galaxip) presumably represents. But PopCultureOsmosis has suggested that the Galaxians are the alien invaders. And is ''Galaga'' a sequel or a remake/reimagining? Are any of the ''Galaxian''/''Galaga'' games even related to each other in story? Does ''Galaxian'' share a universe with ''Videogame/{{Gorf}}'' (which has a Galaxian stage)? or {{PacMan}} (which has a Galaxian flagship as one of the bonus items)? All of these questions may never be answered.

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* ''Videogame/{{Galaxian}}'': And to an even larger extent, ''{{Galaga}}'' and it's descendants. To this day, there is confusion as to who the Galaxians are. The original game strongly suggests that it's TheFederation which your ship (called a Galaxip) presumably represents. But PopCultureOsmosis has suggested that the Galaxians are the alien invaders. And is ''Galaga'' a sequel or a remake/reimagining? Are any of the ''Galaxian''/''Galaga'' games even related to each other in story? Does ''Galaxian'' share a universe with ''Videogame/{{Gorf}}'' (which has a Galaxian stage)? or {{PacMan}} ''{{PacMan}}'' (which has a Galaxian flagship as one of the bonus items)? All of these questions may never be answered.
14th Nov '16 1:45:50 PM avon
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* ''Videogame/{{Galaxian}}'': And to an even larger extent, ''{{Galaga}}'' and it's descendants. To this day, there is confusion as to who the Galaxians are. The original game strongly suggests that it's TheFederation which your ship (called a Galaxip) presumably represents. But PopCultureOsmosis has suggested that the Galaxians are the alien invaders. And is ''Galaga'' a sequel or a remake/reimagining? Are any of the ''Galaxian''/''Galaga'' games even related to each other in story?

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* ''Videogame/{{Galaxian}}'': And to an even larger extent, ''{{Galaga}}'' and it's descendants. To this day, there is confusion as to who the Galaxians are. The original game strongly suggests that it's TheFederation which your ship (called a Galaxip) presumably represents. But PopCultureOsmosis has suggested that the Galaxians are the alien invaders. And is ''Galaga'' a sequel or a remake/reimagining? Are any of the ''Galaxian''/''Galaga'' games even related to each other in story? Does ''Galaxian'' share a universe with ''Videogame/{{Gorf}}'' (which has a Galaxian stage)? or {{PacMan}} (which has a Galaxian flagship as one of the bonus items)? All of these questions may never be answered.
14th Nov '16 1:42:57 PM avon
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* ''Videogame/{{Galaxian}}'': And to an even larger extent, ''{{Galaga}}'' and it's descendants. To this day, there is confusion as to who the Galaxians are. The original game strongly suggests that it's TheFederation which your ship (called a Galaxip) presumably represents. But PopCultureOsmosis has suggested that the Galaxians are the alien invaders. And is ''Galaga'' a sequel or a remake/reimagining? Are any of the ''Galaxian''/''Galaga'' games even related to each other in story?
27th Sep '16 7:05:38 PM Mhazard
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* ''VideoGame/{{Pong}}'', being the [[VideoGame/TennisForTwo second earliest form]] of virtual table tennis game, there is no story or plot for it.
2nd Sep '16 1:40:28 PM CamelCase
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[[AC: Canadian Animation]]
* The animated films of Creator/NormanMcLaren. Most of his films, such as "Le Merle", "Synchrony", and "Boogie Doodle" have absolutely no story, narrative or characters at all. They used minimalistic animation that aimed for abstract, emotional experiences.




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* The animated films of Creator/NormanMcLaren. Most of his films, such as "Le Merle", "Synchrony", and "Boogie Doodle" have absolutely no story, narrative or characters at all. They used minimalistic animation that aimed for abstract, emotional experiences.
* ''WesternAnimation/SoupeOpera''. Fruit and vegetables, in a dark room, cut themselves up to form animals. While listening to creepy music.
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