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4th Oct '17 4:51:44 PM Kafkesque
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** In ''[=MechWarrior=] 4: Mercenaries'', if you're idle for too long in the Solaris VII arenas, the announcer will start to heckle you for your apparent cowardice.
20th Sep '17 6:23:59 PM Pichu-kun
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* Stealing from the store in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening'' causes everyone to call you THIEF. (You also get a hilarious message from the game: "Guess what? You got it for free. ...Are you proud of yourself?") Oh, and the [[ShopliftAndDie shopkeeper kills you when you enter the store again.]]

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* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'':
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Stealing from the store in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening'' causes everyone to call you THIEF. (You also get a hilarious message from the game: "Guess what? You got it for free. ...Are you proud of yourself?") Oh, and the [[ShopliftAndDie shopkeeper kills you when you enter the store again.]]



*** Happens again in the Penguin race, where the Penguin you we're racing would disqualify you if you were to take a shortcut.
*** In Super Mario 64 DS, whether playing as Yoshi, Mario, Luigi or Wario, you have to eat/catch a lot of bunny rabbits to make them hand over keys to Princess Toadstool's Rec Room: do this the first time, and they'll plead sweetly for their lives, followed by a relieved comment after being let go, however... eat/catch the same bunny again, AFTER obtaining key, and they'll chastise you for it.

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*** Happens again in the Penguin race, where the Penguin you we're were racing would disqualify you if you were to take a shortcut.
*** In Super ''Super Mario 64 DS, DS'', whether playing as Yoshi, Mario, Luigi or Wario, you have to eat/catch a lot of bunny rabbits to make them hand over keys to Princess Toadstool's Peach's Rec Room: do this the first time, and they'll plead sweetly for their lives, followed by a relieved comment after being let go, however... eat/catch the same bunny again, AFTER obtaining key, and they'll chastise you for it.



* In ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'', trying to jump on Rosalina will just make you bounce off her force field. She doesn't hurt you though. She probably ''could'', seeing as she's a goddess.

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* In ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'', trying ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'':
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to jump on Rosalina will just make you bounce off her force field. She doesn't hurt you though. She probably ''could'', seeing as she's a goddess.



* Shooting Yoshi in ''Yoshi's Safari'' not only causes friendly fire damage, he gets a bandage on his head for a split second and turns to you with a "Why did you shoot me?" look on his face.

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* Shooting Yoshi in ''Yoshi's Safari'' ''VideoGame/YoshisSafari'' not only causes friendly fire damage, he gets a bandage on his head for a split second and turns to you with a "Why did you shoot me?" look on his face.
16th Sep '17 3:36:55 PM nombretomado
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* In the Nintendo3DS' AR Games, you have a chance to buy an AR globe. You can shoot the sides of the globe to spin it around. Fire too fast, though, and [[EarthShatteringKaboom BOOM!]] Then sad music plays, along with the message "Take care of our planet". Go back to the menu, and you'll find that the option to play with the globe is '''gone'''. Of course, [[BrokenAesop you can just]] [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney buy a new one]]...

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* In the Nintendo3DS' UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS' AR Games, you have a chance to buy an AR globe. You can shoot the sides of the globe to spin it around. Fire too fast, though, and [[EarthShatteringKaboom BOOM!]] Then sad music plays, along with the message "Take care of our planet". Go back to the menu, and you'll find that the option to play with the globe is '''gone'''. Of course, [[BrokenAesop you can just]] [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney buy a new one]]...
15th Sep '17 9:05:17 AM Mhazard
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** In ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsI'', most [=NPC=]s will call you out if you walk away from them without ending the dialogue properly. However, if you walk away from [[spoiler:the blind Fair Lady while wearing the Old Witch's Ring]] without ending the dialogue properly, she starts panicking and asking where you are, Or rather, [[spoiler:her sister whom you've just killed in cold blood]].

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** In ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsI'', most [=NPC=]s will call you out if you walk away from them without ending the dialogue properly. However, if you walk away from [[spoiler:the blind Fair Lady while wearing the Old Witch's Ring]] without ending the dialogue properly, she starts panicking and asking where you are, Or or rather, [[spoiler:her [[spoiler:where her sister whom you've just killed in cold blood]].blood have went]].
15th Sep '17 9:03:14 AM Mhazard
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* In ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsI'', most [=NPC=]s will call you out if you walk away from them without ending the dialogue properly. However, if you walk away from [[spoiler:the blind Fair Lady while wearing the Old Witch's Ring]] without ending the dialogue properly, she starts panicking and asking where you are, Or rather, [[spoiler:her sister whom you've just killed in cold blood]].

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* ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'':
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In ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsI'', most [=NPC=]s will call you out if you walk away from them without ending the dialogue properly. However, if you walk away from [[spoiler:the blind Fair Lady while wearing the Old Witch's Ring]] without ending the dialogue properly, she starts panicking and asking where you are, Or rather, [[spoiler:her sister whom you've just killed in cold blood]].



* In ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsII'', [=NPC=]s will call you out if you walk away from them without ending the dialogue properly, or not taking any purchase if they're merchants.

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* ** In ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsII'', [=NPC=]s will still call you out if you walk away from them without ending the dialogue properly, or not taking any purchase if they're merchants.merchants.
** Averted in ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsIII'', [=NPC=]s have no particular reactions if you walk away from them without ending the dialogue properly, nor do they scold you for not taking any purchase.
15th Sep '17 9:00:57 AM Mhazard
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* In ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsII'' most [=NPC=]s will call you out if you walk away from them without ending the dialogue properly.

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* In ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsII'' ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsI'', most [=NPC=]s will call you out if you walk away from them without ending the dialogue properly.properly. However, if you walk away from [[spoiler:the blind Fair Lady while wearing the Old Witch's Ring]] without ending the dialogue properly, she starts panicking and asking where you are, Or rather, [[spoiler:her sister whom you've just killed in cold blood]].
--> "Why? Quelaag! where..."
--> "Quelaag, what was that? Is something troubling you?"
* In ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsII'', [=NPC=]s will call you out if you walk away from them without ending the dialogue properly, or not taking any purchase if they're merchants.
26th Aug '17 10:12:55 AM Cartoonfan3
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*** In Super Mario 64 DS, whether playing as Yoshi, Mario, Luigi or Wario, you have to eat/catch a lot of bunny rabbits to make them hand over keys to Princess Toadstool's Rec Room: do this the first time, and they'll plead sweetly for their lives, followed by a relieved comment after being let go, however... eat/catch the same bunny again, AFTER obtaining key, and they'll chastise you for it.
3rd Aug '17 3:51:18 AM ReikoKazama
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** Lastly from ''Link's Awakening'': there is a mermaid who lost her necklace in the game. Well, at least in the US version and a few language versions in Europe (the English one for example) that is. In the Japanese version and in most European language versions, she lost her bra. Even worse, young Link can be a little sneaky with his underwater diving and decide to [[https://youtu.be/icuCGX70O58?t=20s sneak a peek at the unsuspecting mermaid]] which, in return, results in her calling you a pervert and swimming to a different spot.

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** Lastly from ''Link's Awakening'': there is a mermaid who lost her necklace in the game. Well, at least in the US version and a few language versions in Europe (the English one for example) example), that is. In the Japanese version and in most European language versions, she lost her bra. Even worse, young Link can be a little sneaky with his underwater diving and decide to [[https://youtu.be/icuCGX70O58?t=20s sneak a peek at the unsuspecting mermaid]] which, in return, results in her calling you a pervert and swimming to a different spot.



** Smashing things in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword'''s Lumpy Pumpkin Inn will eventually cause the chandelier to collapse (It has a [[HeartContainer Piece of Heart]] and 7 Rupees on it), which the bartender will call you out on. [[spoiler: This opens up a line of sidequests in which you work off the cost of the chandelier, ending when the owner buys a newer chandelier, this one more elaborate but unmarred by items of any kind, and gives you [[SubvertedTrope another Piece of Heart]].]]

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** Smashing things in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword'''s Lumpy Pumpkin Inn will eventually cause the chandelier to collapse (It (it has a [[HeartContainer Piece of Heart]] and 7 Rupees on it), which the bartender will call you out on. [[spoiler: This opens up a line of sidequests in which you work off the cost of the chandelier, ending when the owner buys a newer chandelier, this one more elaborate but unmarred by items of any kind, and gives you [[SubvertedTrope another Piece of Heart]].]]



* In ''VideoGame/{{Transistor}}'', if you use [[TimeStandsStill Turn()]] to queue more attacks than you need to kill an enemy, the interface will label the attack "[[NoKillLikeOverkill OVERKILL]]". Keep doing so, and it adds exclamation points. Continue do so, and you get some other messages:

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Transistor}}'', if you use [[TimeStandsStill Turn()]] to queue more attacks than you need to kill an enemy, the interface will label the attack "[[NoKillLikeOverkill OVERKILL]]". Keep doing so, and it adds exclamation points. Continue to do so, and you get some other messages:



* In ''VideoGame/ATaleOfTwoKingdoms'', you can kill one friendly NPC in the game ([[spoiler:the jeweler]]) doing so permanently sets your honor score to zero.

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* In ''VideoGame/ATaleOfTwoKingdoms'', you can kill one friendly NPC in the game ([[spoiler:the jeweler]]) jeweler]]); doing so permanently sets your honor score to zero.



* There's actually a [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/revisiting-old-school-text-adventures-as-a-jaded-modern-gamer short story]] on ''Website/{{Cracked}}'' about a guy who tries to be a jerk in a text adventure game and the game, well... plays back

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* There's actually a [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/revisiting-old-school-text-adventures-as-a-jaded-modern-gamer short story]] on ''Website/{{Cracked}}'' about a guy who tries to be a jerk in a text adventure game and the game, well... plays backback.



* In ''VideoGame/KingsQuestII'', going into the church and trying to "kill Monk" will generate the response that "anyone trying to kill a man of the cloth is not fit to play this game" and generates a NonstandardGameOver. This doesn't work in the fan remake, but said remake includes a new moment: if you try to use the sword on Valanice, the narrator will get mighty pissed and tell you to never try anything like that again (Though he doesn't end the game even if you insist).
* One of the effects in ''VideoGame/YumeNikki'' is the [[KnifeNut knife]], which [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin lets you do what you think a murderer would do with it]]. Its use tends to cause [[GoddamnedBats toriningen]] in the immediate vicinity to get mad at you, but one particular harmless NPC, Seccom-Masada, will ''try to get away from you, with a "OhCrap" look on his face.''

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* In ''VideoGame/KingsQuestII'', going into the church and trying to "kill Monk" will generate the response that "anyone trying to kill a man of the cloth is not fit to play this game" and generates give you a NonstandardGameOver. This doesn't work in the fan remake, but said remake includes a new moment: if you try to use the sword on Valanice, the narrator will get mighty pissed and tell you to never try anything like that again (Though (though he doesn't end the game even if you insist).
* One of the effects in ''VideoGame/YumeNikki'' is the [[KnifeNut knife]], which [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin lets you do what you think a murderer would do with it]]. Its use tends to cause [[GoddamnedBats toriningen]] in the immediate vicinity to get mad at you, but one particular harmless NPC, Seccom-Masada, will ''try to get away from you, with a an "OhCrap" look on his face.''



* In old Spanish game named ''La Guerra de las Vajillas'' (''The War of the Silverwares'') that parodied ''StarWars'' if you typed "puta" (whore in Spanish) you got "Oye, a mi no me insultes o borro el programa" ("Hey, do not insult me or I delete the program"). Typing "help" would get "Creo que es una canción de los Beatles" ("I think it's a song of Music/TheBeatles"), and finally any word not recognized by the game "¿Pero qué dices?" ("But what are you saying"?)

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* In an old Spanish game named ''La Guerra de las Vajillas'' (''The War of the Silverwares'') that parodied ''StarWars'' if you typed "puta" (whore in Spanish) you got "Oye, a mi no me insultes o borro el programa" ("Hey, do not insult me or I delete the program"). Typing "help" would get "Creo que es una canción de los Beatles" ("I think it's a song of Music/TheBeatles"), and finally any word not recognized by the game "¿Pero qué dices?" ("But what are you saying"?)



* Eric of ''Eric's Ultimate Solitare'' has a few soundbites if you win one of his solitare games by cheating...

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* Eric of ''Eric's Ultimate Solitare'' Solitaire'' has a few soundbites if you win one of his solitare solitaire games by cheating...



* Many racing games featuring commentary will say at least ''something'' about a player turning the car around and driving the wrong way around the circuit. One very good example is ''Formula 1 '97'' which features commentary from the legendary Murray Walker, whose very first F1 commentary was also the very first F1 World Championship event in ''1950'':
-->'''Murray Walker''': What.....is......he......DOING? IN ALL MY YEARS OF COMMENTATING ON FORMULA 1 I HAVE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE THIS!

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* Many racing games featuring commentary will say at least ''something'' about a player turning the car around and driving the wrong way around the circuit. One very good example is ''Formula 1 '97'' which features commentary from the legendary [[LargeHam Murray Walker, Walker]], whose very first F1 commentary was also the very first F1 World Championship event in ''1950'':
-->'''Murray Walker''': What.....is......he......DOING? [[PunctuatedForEmphasis What... is... he... DOING?]] IN ALL MY YEARS OF COMMENTATING ON FORMULA 1 I HAVE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE THIS!



* In ''VideoGame/PerfectDark,'' running around, ducking, and doing other wacky stuff in front of people will elicit a response. ''"Please don't do that, Joanna -- it worries me."'' If you destroy all the wine bottles in your boss' wine cellar, he will tell you to act your age. Which is odd, as story-wise, your boss is tied up in the other room being beaten.

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* In ''VideoGame/PerfectDark,'' running around, ducking, and doing other wacky stuff in front of people will elicit a response. ''"Please don't do that, Joanna -- it worries me."'' If you destroy all the wine bottles in your boss' boss's wine cellar, he will tell you to act your age. Which is odd, as story-wise, your boss is tied up in the other room being beaten.



* Kill enough friendly Bobs in ''VideoGame/{{Marathon}}'', and you'll get comments like "Traitorous pig!", "Whose side are you on?", "He killed Bob!", or "Look out! He's nuts!" (Starting in 2, they have guns and are not afraid to shoot you....)

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* Kill enough friendly Bobs in ''VideoGame/{{Marathon}}'', and you'll get comments like "Traitorous pig!", "Whose side are you on?", "He killed Bob!", or "Look out! He's nuts!" (Starting in 2, they have guns and are not afraid to shoot you....you...)



* Since ''VideoGame/Left4Dead'' allows for friendly fire to discourage you from just firing in all directions, you'll get plenty of automatic reactions from your teammate's character, from Bill's "Goddammit! Hold your fire!" To Louis's more amusing "[[PunctuatedForEmphasis DO - I - LOOK LIKE- ONE OF THEM?!]]" And it should also be noted that while "thank you" in the game is automatic, "sorry" isn't.

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* Since ''VideoGame/Left4Dead'' allows for friendly fire to discourage you from just firing in all directions, you'll get plenty of automatic reactions from your teammate's character, from Bill's "Goddammit! Hold your fire!" To to Louis's more amusing "[[PunctuatedForEmphasis DO - I - LOOK LIKE- LIKE - ONE OF THEM?!]]" And it should also be noted that while "thank you" in the game is automatic, "sorry" isn't.



** The original ''Half-Life'' and that microwave casserole. S'ok, you're forgiven for it in ''[[VideoGame/HalfLife2 Episode Two]]''.

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** The original ''Half-Life'' and that microwave casserole. S'ok, S'okay, you're forgiven for it in ''[[VideoGame/HalfLife2 Episode Two]]''.



*** The civilians in ''Half-Life 2'' will complain ("Stop that!") if you [[VideogameCrueltyPotential conk them on the noggin]] with a bottle or whatever. The [[FacelessMooks Civil Protection]] officers are ...[[BerserkButton less tolerant]].

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*** The civilians in ''Half-Life 2'' will complain ("Stop that!") if you [[VideogameCrueltyPotential conk them on the noggin]] with a bottle or whatever. The [[FacelessMooks Civil Protection]] officers are ...are... [[BerserkButton less tolerant]].



* In ''AmericasArmy'', if you shoot an instructor during the training missions, the mission will end, the screen will fade to black, and then reveal you to be in a jail cell with harmonica music playing in the background.

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* In ''AmericasArmy'', ''VideoGame/AmericasArmy'', if you shoot an instructor during the training missions, the mission will end, the screen will fade to black, and then reveal you to be in a jail cell with harmonica music playing in the background.



*** Players got perverse glee out of antagonizing Toadsworth, whose reactions to water can only be written as "[[BigNo OHH NOO]]" and [[CrowningMomentOfFunny YABBLA DABBLA BLAHBLAH]]"

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*** Players got perverse glee out of antagonizing Toadsworth, whose reactions to water can only be written as "[[BigNo OHH NOO]]" and [[CrowningMomentOfFunny [[{{Angrish}} YABBLA DABBLA BLAHBLAH]]"



* In ''[[VideoGame/BanjoKazooie Banjo Tooie]]'', Tiptup needs help getting his son to hatch out of his egg in Jolly Roger's Lagoon. This requires the use of a Kazooie's "Hatch" move, which can't be learned until reaching a world a bit later in the game. Shooting ''grenade'' eggs at Jr.'s eggshell gets an appropriate response from Tiptup.

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* In ''[[VideoGame/BanjoKazooie Banjo Tooie]]'', Tiptup needs help getting his son to hatch out of his egg in Jolly Roger's Lagoon. This requires the use of a Kazooie's "Hatch" move, which can't be learned until reaching a world a bit later in the game. Shooting ''grenade'' eggs at Jr.'s eggshell gets an appropriate response from Tiptup.



* In ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'', trying to jump on Rosalina will just make you bounce off her forcefield. She doesn't hurt you though. She probably ''could'', seeing as she's a goddess.

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* In ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'', trying to jump on Rosalina will just make you bounce off her forcefield.force field. She doesn't hurt you though. She probably ''could'', seeing as she's a goddess.



*** Princess Peach does the something similar in the sequel, except she uses her parasol instead.

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*** Princess Peach does the something similar in the sequel, except she uses her parasol instead.



* In ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}'', there are two targets (one is in Level 18, the other in Level 15) where you have to open the cover of box in time for an energy ball to be knocked into the receptacle that's in the box behind a cover. If you end up in the box, [=GlaDOS=] informs you that by no fault of the Enrichment Center, you've trapped yourself in the box and it will now open an escape passage for you.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}'', there are two targets (one is in Level 18, the other in Level 15) where you have to open the cover of box in time for an energy ball to be knocked into the receptacle that's in the box behind a cover. If you end up in the box, [=GlaDOS=] [=GLaDOS=] informs you that by no fault of the Enrichment Center, you've trapped yourself in the box and it will now open an escape passage for you.



** There's are at least three more places where you can get stuck if it weren't for the game:

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** There's There are at least three more places where you can could get stuck if it weren't for the game:



-->"Clickety click, clickety click, clickety FUCKING CLICK... [[ForeignCussWord Sheisse...]]"

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-->"Clickety click, clickety click, clickety FUCKING CLICK... [[ForeignCussWord Sheisse...Scheisse...]]"



* If you use a GameShark or similar hacking device in ''VideoGame/Persona3'' to, say, equip the Protagonist with the exclusive Persona of another character or [[spoiler:get the World Arcana before the final battle]], then MissionControl will chastise you during battle for cheating. The best part is that MissionControl's lines in this case are ''fully voice-acted''.

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* If you use a GameShark [=GameShark=] or similar hacking device in ''VideoGame/Persona3'' to, say, equip the Protagonist with the exclusive Persona of another character or [[spoiler:get the World Arcana before the final battle]], then MissionControl will chastise you during battle for cheating. The best part is that MissionControl's lines in this case are ''fully voice-acted''.



** Calling the save moogle and canceling repeatedly will also cause him to give increasingly annoyed messages, eventually causing him to tell you that "I'm sharpening my knife, kupo" before he finally starts yelling "STOP IT, STOP IT, STOP IT, STOP IT! KUPOOOOH!" at you.

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** Calling the save moogle and canceling repeatedly will also cause him to give increasingly annoyed messages, eventually causing him to tell you that "I'm sharpening my knife, kupo" before he finally starts yelling "STOP IT, STOP IT, STOP IT, STOP IT! KUPOOOOH!" KU-PHEH!" at you.



* Appears ''a lot'' in ''VideoGame/DragonQuestHeroesRocketSlime''. Your slime can Elasto-Blast literally everyone who eventually shows up in town - which can be over a hundred distinct characters - and ''every single one has a different line when you hit them''. Some are mad at you, some commend how hard you hit, some wonder what the hell you're doing....

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* Appears ''a lot'' in ''VideoGame/DragonQuestHeroesRocketSlime''. Your slime can Elasto-Blast literally everyone who eventually shows up in town - which can be over a hundred distinct characters - and ''every single one has a different line when you hit them''. Some are mad at you, some commend how hard you hit, some wonder what the hell you're doing....doing...



* In the 2005 game TheBardsTale, repeatedly running into people in the starting town will lead to one vehemently demanding an apology. He doesn't stop until you give him one.

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* In the 2005 game TheBardsTale, ''VideoGame/TheBardsTale'', repeatedly running into people in the starting town will lead to one vehemently demanding an apology. He doesn't stop until you give him one.



** Try stealing an NPC's Pokémon without a GameShark and you'll get told "Come on now, don't be a thief".

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** Try stealing an NPC's Pokémon without a GameShark [=GameShark=] and you'll get told "Come on now, don't be a thief".



* In the Nintendo3DS' AR Games, you have a chance to buy an AR globe. You can shoot the sides of the globe to spin it around. Fire too fast, though, and [[EarthShatteringKaboom BOOM!]] Then sad music plays, along with the message "Take care of our planet". Go back to the menu, and you'll find that the option to play with the globe is '''gone'''. Of course, [[BrokenAesop you can just]] [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney buy a new one]]....

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* In the Nintendo3DS' AR Games, you have a chance to buy an AR globe. You can shoot the sides of the globe to spin it around. Fire too fast, though, and [[EarthShatteringKaboom BOOM!]] Then sad music plays, along with the message "Take care of our planet". Go back to the menu, and you'll find that the option to play with the globe is '''gone'''. Of course, [[BrokenAesop you can just]] [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney buy a new one]]....one]]...



* Crashing enough times in the old ElectronicArts game ''F/A 18-Interceptor'' shows this message on the screen: "HEY ROOKIE, F/A-18S DON'T GROW ON TREES, YA KNOW."

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* Crashing enough times in the old ElectronicArts Creator/ElectronicArts game ''F/A 18-Interceptor'' shows this message on the screen: "HEY ROOKIE, F/A-18S F/A-[=18S=] DON'T GROW ON TREES, YA KNOW."



** There are several levels where you are with the [=WinterICE=] team. Attack one of them enough times and the whole squad turns on you. This is especially hilarious in the Teamwork level. There's a bit where the team gathers around to discuss their next move. If you use Vattic's Psychic Burst move (Which blasts a shockwave that goes everywhere), when the team gets up, they will start shooting at you. You can pretty much run around the entire level with Starke chasing you, shooting at you, til you're dead. Getting killed here gets a variant on the NonStandardGameOver mentioned above, where Vattic winces at photographs of the [=WinterICE=] team's corpses, and the BigBad basically says "They're all dead and it's all your fault!"

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** There are several levels where you are with the [=WinterICE=] team. Attack one of them enough times and the whole squad turns on you. This is especially hilarious in the Teamwork level. There's a bit where the team gathers around to discuss their next move. If you use Vattic's Psychic Burst move (Which (which blasts a shockwave that goes everywhere), when the team gets up, they will start shooting at you. You can pretty much run around the entire level with Starke chasing you, shooting at you, til you're dead. Getting killed here gets a variant on the NonStandardGameOver mentioned above, where Vattic winces at photographs of the [=WinterICE=] team's corpses, and the BigBad basically says "They're all dead and it's all your fault!"



* The {{Bad Ending}}s of ''VisualNovel/KatawaShoujo'' are this in spades. '''Especially''' [[spoiler: Hanako]]'s (in which [[spoiler: she snaps at Hisao for being patronizing and finishes their relationship after giving him a HUGE verbal beatdown]]) and [[spoiler: Shizune]]'s (where [[spoiler: she breaks up with Hisao after he and Misha grow apart from her (and had SexForSolace behind her back, unbeknownst to Shizune)... ''while blaming herself for it''.]])

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* The {{Bad Ending}}s of ''VisualNovel/KatawaShoujo'' are this in spades. '''Especially''' [[spoiler: Hanako]]'s Hanako's]] (in which [[spoiler: she snaps at Hisao for being patronizing and finishes their relationship after giving him a HUGE verbal beatdown]]) and [[spoiler: Shizune]]'s Shizune's]] (where [[spoiler: she breaks up with Hisao after he and Misha grow apart from her (and had SexForSolace behind her back, unbeknownst to Shizune)... ''while blaming herself for it''.]])



* In ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedII'' and ''[[VideoGame/AssassinsCreedIII III]]'', looting corpses in the presence of other people will elicit "What the hell?" lines from the onlookers like: "May God have mercy of your soul!", "Stealing from the dead! There is no salvation from this!", "Leave the dead alone!", "You rob the dead, you shit?"

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* In ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedII'' and ''[[VideoGame/AssassinsCreedIII III]]'', looting corpses in the presence of other people will elicit "What the hell?" lines from the onlookers like: "May God have mercy of on your soul!", "Stealing from the dead! There is no salvation from this!", "Leave the dead alone!", "You rob the dead, you shit?"



** If you have John shoot someone, or shoot a docile animal, he'll say, "I have no idea why I did that." It's a subtle "What the Hell, Player?" to you for manking him do this.

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** If you have John shoot someone, or shoot a docile animal, he'll say, "I have no idea why I did that." It's a subtle "What the Hell, Player?" to you for manking making him do this.



** Try saying "OK Google"[[note]]the voice command used to quickly summon the Google voice assistant on an Android devoice[[/note]] for a TakeThat or two:

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** Try saying "OK Google"[[note]]the voice command used to quickly summon the Google voice assistant on an Android devoice[[/note]] device[[/note]] for a TakeThat or two:
22nd Jul '17 5:36:49 PM Lizardon
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* In the beginning of the first case of ''Detective Club Part II'', choosing to examine the murder victim's crotch area while trying to determine her cause of death will cause the coroner to angrily berate you for your perverted thinking. Considering that the deceased is a 16-year old girl, his reaction is reasonably justified.

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* In the beginning of the first case of ''Detective Club Part II'', ''[[VideoGame/DetectiveClub Detective Club: The Girl in Back]]'', choosing to examine the murder victim's crotch area while trying to determine her cause of death will cause the coroner to angrily berate you for your perverted thinking. Considering that the deceased is a 16-year old girl, his reaction is reasonably justified.
21st Jul '17 10:12:28 PM Lizardon
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* In the beginning of the first case of ''Detective Club Part II'', choosing to examine the murder victim's crotch area while trying to determine her cause of death will cause the coroner to angrily berate you for your perverted thinking. Considering that the deceased is a 16-year old girl, his reaction is reasonably justified.
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