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26th Aug '16 11:56:23 PM yarrunmace
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* The final boss battle of ''VideoGame/TheNightmareBeforeChristmasOogiesRevenge'' has Jack Skellington fight his old nemesis Oogie Boogie while singing!

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* The In ''VideoGame/TheNightmareBeforeChristmasOogiesRevenge'', the final boss battle of ''VideoGame/TheNightmareBeforeChristmasOogiesRevenge'' has Jack Skellington fight his old nemesis Oogie Boogie while singing!a scripted RhythmGame section after the first, standard battle. While all the bosses allow you to play a RhythmGame in order to deal extra damage, the final boss makes it mandatory and you can't beat the game without going through it
16th Aug '16 6:47:24 PM Kayube
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* ''VideoGame/PokemonTradingCardGame'' starts you off with a tutorial match where each player's deck is stacked, and gives you step-by-step instructions on what to do to win.
26th Jun '16 10:27:46 AM nombretomado
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* ''BaldursGate'': The first time you encounter Sarevok, Gorion covers for your retreat by engaging him and his minions. In an interesting variation of the trope, only half of the battle is scripted. No matter how effective Gorion's attacks are or how ineffective Saverok's attack are, the former will always be killed by the latter (even if Saverok is in between attacks). Whether or not Gorion manages to kill any of Saverok's minions is not scripted so their deaths are variable.

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* ''BaldursGate'': ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'': The first time you encounter Sarevok, Gorion covers for your retreat by engaging him and his minions. In an interesting variation of the trope, only half of the battle is scripted. No matter how effective Gorion's attacks are or how ineffective Saverok's attack are, the former will always be killed by the latter (even if Saverok is in between attacks). Whether or not Gorion manages to kill any of Saverok's minions is not scripted so their deaths are variable.
16th Feb '16 6:30:10 PM GrammarNavi
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* The "first" battle of ''VideoGame/HyperdimensionNeptunia'' is Neptune receiving ''all of the {{Limit Break}}s'' of [[PlaystationThree the]] [[{{Xbox360}} three]] [[{{Wii}} goddesses]].

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* The "first" battle of ''VideoGame/HyperdimensionNeptunia'' is Neptune receiving ''all of the {{Limit Break}}s'' of [[PlaystationThree [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 the]] [[{{Xbox360}} [[UsefulNotes/XBox360 three]] [[{{Wii}} [[UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} goddesses]].
28th Jul '15 3:07:05 PM Shameimaru
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** Specifically, Sarevok is scripted to attack the PC for 15 seconds, while the other members of his band slaughter as many guests as possible. It is possible to lose the game 2 ways here. If either the PC dies, or if both the remaining major lords of the city die, since you need 1 of them to keep the portal open and hunt Sarevok.

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** Specifically, Sarevok is scripted to attack the PC for 15 seconds, while the other members of his band slaughter as many guests as possible. It is possible to lose the game 2 ways here. If either the PC dies, or if both the remaining major lords of lord the city die, since you need 1 of them PC is supposed to keep the portal open and hunt Sarevok.protect dies.
21st Jun '15 9:49:10 PM nombretomado
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* The third form of ''KingdomOfLoathing'''s Naughty Sorceress can take one of two paths depending on whether or not you have a certain item, and will either be a HopelessBossFight or a ForegoneVictory by the time you make it there. Either way, the battle consists of one entirely scripted attack (barring years' worth of SequenceBreaking).

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* The third form of ''KingdomOfLoathing'''s ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing'''s Naughty Sorceress can take one of two paths depending on whether or not you have a certain item, and will either be a HopelessBossFight or a ForegoneVictory by the time you make it there. Either way, the battle consists of one entirely scripted attack (barring years' worth of SequenceBreaking).
21st Jun '15 4:15:04 PM nombretomado
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* The Handsome Men in ''{{Killer7}}''. The fight takes place as a series of one-on-one duels between the members, and the Handsome Men only attack when you do, meaning that the same characters win every time (and the final match between Garcian and Handsome Pink is interrupted by a cutscene.)

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* The Handsome Men in ''{{Killer7}}''.''VideoGame/{{Killer7}}''. The fight takes place as a series of one-on-one duels between the members, and the Handsome Men only attack when you do, meaning that the same characters win every time (and the final match between Garcian and Handsome Pink is interrupted by a cutscene.)
10th Apr '15 8:17:52 PM nombretomado
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* DigitalDevilSaga has one between you and [[spoiler: Heat, where he pummels you in a ploy to get back Sera]]. Fortunately, he'll only beat you up so much, before the next cutscene happens.

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* DigitalDevilSaga ''VideoGame/DigitalDevilSaga'' has one between you and [[spoiler: Heat, where he pummels you in a ploy to get back Sera]]. Fortunately, he'll only beat you up so much, before the next cutscene happens.
2nd Apr '15 8:35:59 PM nombretomado
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* ''DynastyWarriors'', ''SamuraiWarriors'', and ''WarriorsOrochi'' are rife with scripted events that can be either triggered or prevented depending on the circumstance.

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* ''DynastyWarriors'', ''SamuraiWarriors'', ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriors'', ''VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors'', and ''WarriorsOrochi'' are rife with scripted events that can be either triggered or prevented depending on the circumstance.



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19th Mar '15 7:48:26 PM nombretomado
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* In ''StarWarsTheForceUnleashed'' the end of every boss battle (as well as fights against Imperial Walkers) is scripted out with {{Quicktime Event}}s. The main reason is so that you can be even more BadAss than usual; seriously, jumping onto a walker's head, stabbing through the windshield with a lightsaber, zapping the bejeezus out of it, then taking a flying leap away and crushing the whole thing into a tiny ball? [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Holy crap.]]

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* In ''StarWarsTheForceUnleashed'' ''VideoGame/TheForceUnleashed'' the end of every boss battle (as well as fights against Imperial Walkers) is scripted out with {{Quicktime Event}}s. The main reason is so that you can be even more BadAss than usual; seriously, jumping onto a walker's head, stabbing through the windshield with a lightsaber, zapping the bejeezus out of it, then taking a flying leap away and crushing the whole thing into a tiny ball? [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Holy crap.]]
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