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1st Jan '18 9:15:38 PM Hanz
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* TheMatrix, technically.

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* TheMatrix, Franchise/TheMatrix, technically.


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* In ''Film/JumanjiWelcomeToTheJungle'', Jumanji is now a video game that traps you inside it where you take the form of the character you selected. Each character has it's own set of skills and weaknesses (with the exception of Smolder Bravestone, who has no weaknesses) and are given three VideoGameLives before they presumably die for real.
16th Dec '17 4:08:22 PM rjd1922
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* ''VideoGame/SadSatan'', a video game found on the deep web, is also a real life version of this trope, taken UpToEleven. The original version contained images and audio from killings and child abuse as [[JumpScare jump scares]].

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* ''VideoGame/SadSatan'', a video game found on the deep web, is also a real life version of this trope, taken UpToEleven. The supposedly original version contained images and audio from killings and child abuse as [[JumpScare jump scares]].
14th Dec '17 4:52:53 PM foxley
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* In one episode of Stargate SG-1, Teal'c is trapped in a virtual reality device based on alien technology, which the SGC adapted as a training simulator. While dying in VR doesn't immediately cause him to die in real life, the shock and pain of his injuries in the simulation will eventually kill him, and the game keeps getting harder every time he dies.

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* In one episode of Stargate SG-1, ''Series/StargateSG1'', Teal'c is trapped in a virtual reality device based on alien technology, which the SGC adapted as a training simulator. While dying in VR doesn't immediately cause him to die in real life, the shock and pain of his injuries in the simulation will eventually kill him, and the game keeps getting harder every time he dies.
2nd Dec '17 4:44:33 AM RedScharlach
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* In ''Film/LayerGame'', japanese actress and gravure idol Ayaka Komatsu, as herself, is playing a fight game in which her avatar fights various adversaries while wearing a different cosplay for each level. (There's even one where she's dressed as a kangaroo!). Each level ends with her avatar being victorious or getting killed by her oponents. After completing every levels, she discovers the game features an hidden level. When she chooses to play it, [[http://www.toku-onna.fr/ayaka%20komatsu/layer_game/03114.jpg ninjas enter her room and murders her offscreen]]. We only hear her screaming while her computer's screen reads "game over".

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* In ''Film/LayerGame'', japanese Japanese actress and gravure idol model Ayaka Komatsu, as herself, is playing a fight game in which her avatar fights various adversaries while wearing a different cosplay for each level. (There's even one where she's dressed as a kangaroo!). Each level ends with her avatar being victorious or getting killed by her oponents.opponents. After completing every levels, she discovers the game features an hidden level. When she chooses to play it, [[http://www.toku-onna.fr/ayaka%20komatsu/layer_game/03114.jpg ninjas enter her room and murders her offscreen]]. We only hear her screaming while her computer's screen reads "game over".



* The infamous ''Series/TouchedByAnAngel'' episode "Virtual Reality" reveals that all violent video games are apparently tools of hatred and of {{Satan}} that make children evil bastards with little regard for human life.

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* The infamous ''Series/TouchedByAnAngel'' episode "Virtual Reality" reveals that all violent video games are apparently tools of hatred and of {{Satan}} that make turn children into evil bastards with little regard for human life.
30th Nov '17 5:52:38 PM Meyers07TheTroper
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*** The game only analyzes the "player tactic data" each time the game is saved and loaded along with the ArtificialBrilliance once the player loads the game to continue progress. In one test, a player is told to beat the game in one sitting. The game then quits, but there's a NewGamePlus option which downright turn the aforementioned player catatonic.
10th Nov '17 9:40:11 PM FlakyPorcupine
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* The first recorded death while playing a video game was with ''Berzerk'' in 1981 - a man got a heart attack while playing it.

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* The first recorded death while playing a video game was with ''Berzerk'' ''VideoGame/{{Berzerk}}'' in 1981 - a man got a heart attack while playing it.
28th Oct '17 12:24:04 PM SirPellucidar
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* In one episode of Stargate SG-1, Teal'c is trapped in a virtual reality device based on alien technology, which the SGC adapted as a training simulator. While dying in VR doesn't immediately cause him to die in real life, the shock and pain of his injuries in the simulation will eventually kill him, and the game keeps getting harder every time he dies.
26th Oct '17 4:43:40 PM TheCuza
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** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1633 SCP-1633]], potentially. It's a game that ramps up the level of ArtificialBrilliance the more hours you have logged into it. Once it becomes smart enough to realize that there is a person controlling the player characters, it starts going after them directly, though usually just by {{troll}}ing them or using psychological mind games. However, in one case, the game had a group of enemies coordinate repeated casts of a BlindedByTheLight spell to create EpilepticFlashingLights which gave the player a seizure.

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** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1633 SCP-1633]], potentially. It's a game that ramps up the level of ArtificialBrilliance the more hours you have logged into it. Once it becomes smart enough to realize that there is a person controlling the player characters, it starts going after them directly, though it usually doesn't try to do any actual harm to the player, just by {{troll}}ing {{troll}} them enough to make them RageQuit, or using use psychological mind games.games to creep them out. However, in one case, the game had a group of enemies coordinate repeated casts of a BlindedByTheLight spell to create EpilepticFlashingLights which gave the player a seizure.
14th Oct '17 9:53:17 PM FlakyPorcupine
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* ''VideoGame/DuckSeason'' starts to speed ball into this quickly if you [[spoiler:[[VideoGameCrueltyPunishment shoot the dog at any point in time]]]]. If you have done so, [[spoiler:the dog will first make himself known by appearing around your house, before getting directly involved by killing your mother, and then you]].
13th Oct '17 1:31:37 AM PaulA
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* In ''[[Literature/DreamPark The California Voodoo Game]]'', a game arcade becomes possessed by the loa Oggun, who conjures up a horde of holographic game avatars to attack the Gamers and some dogs they're protecting.

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* In ''[[Literature/DreamPark The California Voodoo Game]]'', ''Literature/TheCaliforniaVoodooGame'', a game arcade becomes possessed by the loa Oggun, who conjures up a horde of holographic game avatars to attack the Gamers and some dogs they're protecting.
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