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26th Jul '17 6:35:51 AM Piterpicher
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* In ''SonicTheHedgehog2SpecialEdition'', if the player mistreats Tails, he will retaliate. Docfuture does this by abandoning Tails in Casino Night Zone, so Tails starts using the game's hint mode to dish out passive-agressive mockery. Eventually it escalates to the point of Tails trying to kill Docfuture (though this is eventually revealed to be the result of [[MoreThanMindControl brainwashing]]).

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* In ''SonicTheHedgehog2SpecialEdition'', ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2SpecialEdition'', if the player mistreats Tails, he will retaliate. Docfuture does this by abandoning Tails in Casino Night Zone, so Tails starts using the game's hint mode to dish out passive-agressive mockery. Eventually it escalates to the point of Tails trying to kill Docfuture (though this is eventually revealed to be the result of [[MoreThanMindControl brainwashing]]).
12th Jul '17 10:11:29 AM SithPanda16
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* If you choose the Dark Side path in the first ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'', [[spoiler:more than half the crew would turn on you, forcing you to kill them.]] A cut ending specifically for Dark Sided females added an additional twist to turn it into an [[KillEmAll Everybody Dies]] ending [[spoiler:by having Carth show up and making a final appeal. The player could then turn on Bastila, allowing the Republic fleet to destroy the Star Forge, with Revan and Carth still aboard]].
** Another example would be on Manaan, where the player could be permanently barred from visiting the planet ever again if he/she chooses to poison the Firaxa Shark (along with the kolto) in order to reach the star map.

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* If you choose the Dark Side path in the first ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'', [[spoiler:more than half the crew would turn on you, forcing you to kill them.]] A cut ending specifically for Dark Sided females added an additional twist to turn it into an [[KillEmAll Everybody Dies]] ending [[spoiler:by having Carth show up and making a final appeal. The player could then turn on Bastila, allowing the Republic fleet to destroy the Star Forge, with Revan and Carth still aboard]].
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aboard]]. Another example would be on Manaan, where the player could be permanently barred from visiting the planet ever again if he/she chooses to poison the Firaxa Shark (along with the kolto) in order to reach the star map.
10th Jul '17 5:29:13 PM WillyFourEyes
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* In ''[[GanbareGoemon The Legend of the Mystical Ninja]]'', attacking innocent people in towns will cause a swarm of angry guards to assault you. They will keep spawning unless you leave the area.

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* In ''[[GanbareGoemon ''[[VideoGame/GanbareGoemon The Legend of the Mystical Ninja]]'', attacking innocent people in towns will cause a swarm of angry guards to assault you. They will keep spawning unless you leave the area.


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* In ''VideoGame/RiverCityRansomUnderground'', the River City police will come after you if you hit any innocent civilians in outdoor areas or if you [[DieChairDie commit acts of vandalism]], and they'll [[SuperPersistentPredator continue to pursue you until]] you duck into a hideout.
8th Jul '17 10:33:07 PM Steven
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* ''VideoGame/TheXFilesGame'' will end your game if you do something really stupid such as shooting innocent people or pissing off the wrong person by annoying them (such as ringing the receptionist bell too many times or being an ass hole to specific people). You'll usually find yourself dead, fired, or sent to jail.
23rd Jun '17 11:04:04 AM ChilledXSocks
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* In one level of ''McDonalds Treasure Land Adventure'', there are friendly penguins aboard a ship. Attacking them will cause them to try and headbutt you.

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* In one level of ''McDonalds Treasure Land Adventure'', there are a rather obscure game made by Creator/{{Treasure}}, has one level where you avoid tsunamis aboard a ship with friendly penguins aboard a ship. penguins. Attacking them said penguins will cause them to try and headbutt you.
23rd Jun '17 11:01:24 AM ChilledXSocks
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* In one level of ''McDonalds Treasure Land Adventure'', there are friendly penguins aboard a ship. Attacking them will cause them to try and headbutt you.
14th Jun '17 3:22:03 PM TheNerevarine
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* In ''VideoGame/DarkWatch'', you are allowed to commit as many atrocities while playing as an evil vampire and get away with only your spiritual guide [[WhatTheHellHero chewing you out for your deeds]] and occasionally your momentary allies turning on you and requiring you to kill them. However, during the Hangtown level, if you choose to gun down your fellow Darkwatch agents, they will fire back and they will keep coming in endless waves until you die and given they are armed with {{silver bullet}}s, it shouldn't be too hard to bring you down. This is the only part of the game where you are seriously punished for your evil acts.
28th May '17 1:58:26 PM WillyFourEyes
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* In the online FPS game Counter Strike: Global Offensive, when playing on the Hostage Rescue gamemode, if you shoot one of the two hostages on the map, you will lose a massive amount of money, which could've been used to buy something like an AWP or armor.

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* In the online FPS game Counter Strike: Global Offensive, ''VideoGame/CounterStrikeGlobalOffensive'', when playing on the Hostage Rescue gamemode, game mode, if you shoot one of the two hostages on the map, you will lose a massive amount of money, which could've been used to buy something like an AWP or armor.



** Using a Planet Buster causes every other faction in the game to declare war on you. More than that, using Planet Busters (or just excessively damaging the environment in general) is a bad idea -- when you hit Planet, [[GeniusLoci Planet]] ''[[GaiasVengeance hits back]]'', sending a nearly overwhelming swarm of its worst [[HordeOfAlienLocusts mind worms]] to chew through your bases' defenses. [[RussianReversal In Alpha Centauri, planet destroys you!]]

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** Using a Planet [[Planet Buster causes every other faction in the game to declare war on you. More than that, using Planet Busters (or just excessively damaging the environment in general) is a bad idea -- when you hit Planet, [[GeniusLoci Planet]] ''[[GaiasVengeance hits back]]'', sending a nearly overwhelming swarm of its worst [[HordeOfAlienLocusts mind worms]] to chew through your bases' defenses. [[RussianReversal In Alpha Centauri, planet destroys you!]]
23rd May '17 7:52:39 PM Reflextion
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** The newly introduced Unrest mechanics from the 1.5 update make it [[DystopiaIsHard harder]] to keep the slaves under control. Normally your planet's Unrest rating isn't anything to worry about until it gets above 50%. Enslaved pops, on the other hand, start to make ''problems'' for you with as little as 10% Unrest rating, and a successful uprising can lead to them taking your planet right out from under you. To add insult to injury, they'll most likely start allying themselves to your rivals as well, forcing you to choose between giving up your territory or getting into a war on multiple fronts.

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** The newly introduced Unrest mechanics from the 1.5 update make it [[DystopiaIsHard harder]] to keep the slaves under control. Normally your planet's Unrest rating isn't anything to worry about until it gets above 50%. Enslaved pops, on the other hand, start to make ''problems'' for you with as little as 10% Unrest rating, and a successful uprising can lead to them taking your planet right out from under you. To add insult to injury, they'll most likely start allying themselves to your rivals as well, forcing you to choose between giving up on reclaiming your territory or getting into a war on multiple fronts.
23rd May '17 7:50:30 PM Reflextion
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Stellaris}}'', it is possible - easy, in fact - to be an oppressive bastard. Slavery, genocide, torture and forced relocation are all things your space empire can engage in over the course of a game. Just don't expect anyone else to like you for it. If this "anyone" is a [[BenevolentPrecursors Fallen Empire of the Enigmatic Observer]] type, well, you just might find yourself [[ApocalypseHow on the receiving end of a little retribution]].

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is possible - easy, in fact - to be an oppressive bastard. Slavery, genocide, torture and forced relocation are all things your space empire can engage in over the course of a game. Just don't expect anyone else to like you for it. If this "anyone" is a [[BenevolentPrecursors Fallen Empire of the Enigmatic Observer]] type, well, you just might find yourself [[ApocalypseHow on the receiving end of a little retribution]].retribution]].
** The newly introduced Unrest mechanics from the 1.5 update make it [[DystopiaIsHard harder]] to keep the slaves under control. Normally your planet's Unrest rating isn't anything to worry about until it gets above 50%. Enslaved pops, on the other hand, start to make ''problems'' for you with as little as 10% Unrest rating, and a successful uprising can lead to them taking your planet right out from under you. To add insult to injury, they'll most likely start allying themselves to your rivals as well, forcing you to choose between giving up your territory or getting into a war on multiple fronts.
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