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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.
10th Jul '17 10:53:17 PM MarsJenkar
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** Repeatedly petting the Lesser Dog, well past the point where it stops attacking you, will gain some choice words (albeit mild ones) from the game.
-->"It's possible you might have a problem."
18th Jun '17 9:56:12 AM nombretomado
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* In ''VideoGame/EpicMickey'', WesternAnimation/OswaldTheLuckyRabbit will stand near the WaltDisney statue in Mean Street and will comment on things you do, positive or negative. He gets increasingly annoyed the more you help Big Bad Pete, for example, despite it shifting Mickey's moral alignment towards good.

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* In ''VideoGame/EpicMickey'', WesternAnimation/OswaldTheLuckyRabbit will stand near the WaltDisney Creator/WaltDisney statue in Mean Street and will comment on things you do, positive or negative. He gets increasingly annoyed the more you help Big Bad Pete, for example, despite it shifting Mickey's moral alignment towards good.
17th May '17 3:52:51 AM Cryoclaste
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* ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros.'':

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* ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros.'':''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'':



--> '''Yosuke:''' [[ShoutOut Isn't our princess]] [[spoiler:(Nanako)]] [[SuperMarioBros in another castle?]]

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--> '''Yosuke:''' [[ShoutOut Isn't our princess]] [[spoiler:(Nanako)]] [[SuperMarioBros [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros in another castle?]]
16th May '17 10:22:06 AM Steven
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*** And then you can usually prevent an encounter with the police by opening a comm channel with them and [[EasilyForgiven blaming the weapons' targetting system]]. Thankfully, stations gone hostile from friendly fire while you are protecting them become friendly after completing the mission.

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*** And then you can usually prevent an encounter with the police by opening a comm channel with them and [[EasilyForgiven blaming the weapons' targetting targeting system]]. Thankfully, stations gone hostile from friendly fire while you are protecting them become friendly after completing the mission.



** As Franklin or Trevor, shooting a rocket at Michael's house has him sending you a text message telling you to [[http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=798665594 stop firing rockets at his house]].

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** As Franklin or Trevor, shooting a rocket at Michael's house has him sending you a text message telling you to [[http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=798665594 stop firing rockets at his house]]. Do it again and he calls you directly, yelling at you to stop. Franklin will also give a similar response if you fire rockets at his house when not playing as him.
12th May '17 4:46:28 PM Mineboot45
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-->-- '''Context Message''', ''{{VideoGame/Fallout 3}}''

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-->-- '''Context Message''', ''{{VideoGame/Fallout 3}}''
''VideoGame/Fallout3''



* In ''VideoGame/{{Mother3}}'',[[spoiler: more specifically the second phase of the final battle against the Masked Man, [=AKA=] Claus, Lucas cannot bring himself to damage his brother, and you are indeed supposed to Guard and use Lifeup during the entirety of the battle. However, if you tried to attack Claus, you'd get the following message:]]

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Mother3}}'',[[spoiler: more ''VideoGame/MOTHER3'', [[spoiler:more specifically the second phase of the final battle against the Masked Man, [=AKA=] Claus, Lucas cannot bring himself to damage his brother, and you are indeed supposed to Guard and use Lifeup during the entirety of the battle. However, if you tried to attack Claus, you'd get the following message:]]
10th May '17 10:44:48 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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* ''VideoGame/{{Psychonauts}}'' has so much on this, it borders on ''enticing'' VideogameCrueltyPotential. Not only will friendly [=NPC=]s call you out if you attempt to attack them (or certain pieces of the environment), but they'll react differently for every different psychic power. So while simply punching Vernon as normal will elicit one reaction, picking him up with Telekinesis will get another, and trying to set him on fire will get you yet another...

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* ''VideoGame/{{Psychonauts}}'' has so much on this, it borders on ''enticing'' VideogameCrueltyPotential. Not only will friendly [=NPC=]s call you out if you attempt to attack them (or certain pieces of the environment), but they'll react differently for every different psychic power. So while simply punching Vernon as normal will elicit one reaction, picking him up with Telekinesis will get another, and trying to set him on fire will get you yet another...another....



* In the VGA remake of ''VideoGame/{{Space Quest|I The Sarien Encounter}}'', there's one scene where you can stick your hand into a pool of corrosive acid. Doing that causes the game's ''developers'' to mock you... [[http://tmd.alienharmony.com/rw/sq1vga/4/d.htm with play-by-play commentary and an instant replay]]. Walking through a set of laser beams in a nearby room leads to [[http://tmd.alienharmony.com/rw/sq1vga/4/e.htm a similar result]].

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* In the VGA remake of ''VideoGame/{{Space Quest|I The Sarien Encounter}}'', there's one scene where you can stick your hand into a pool of corrosive acid. Doing that causes the game's ''developers'' to mock you...you...
[[http://tmd.alienharmony.com/rw/sq1vga/4/d.htm with play-by-play commentary and an instant replay]]. Walking through a set of laser beams in a nearby room leads to [[http://tmd.alienharmony.com/rw/sq1vga/4/e.htm a similar result]].



** In all the games, if you're a thief you can kill yourself by using your lockpick to pick your nose. If your lockpicking skill is high enough however... [[CrowningMomentOfFunny "Success! Your nose is now open."]]

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** In all the games, if you're a thief you can kill yourself by using your lockpick to pick your nose. If your lockpicking skill is high enough however...however...
[[CrowningMomentOfFunny "Success! Your nose is now open."]]



* In ''[[VideoGame/EagleEyeMysteries Eagle Eye Mysteries in London's]]'' "Case of the Pirate Puzzle," you get directions from the mystery's main antagonists to go to the local cemetery and conjure up the ghost of a long-dead pirate captain, in order to get information on how to find his treasure. If you go to the cemetery and follow their instructions...[[RedHerring nothing happens]]. This prompts your partner to scold you:

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* In ''[[VideoGame/EagleEyeMysteries Eagle Eye Mysteries in London's]]'' "Case of the Pirate Puzzle," you get directions from the mystery's main antagonists to go to the local cemetery and conjure up the ghost of a long-dead pirate captain, in order to get information on how to find his treasure. If you go to the cemetery and follow their instructions... [[RedHerring nothing happens]]. This prompts your partner to scold you:



* 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....)



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

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



-->'''Fall-From-Grace''': "I will only remove my clothes if...well...''never''."

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-->'''Fall-From-Grace''': "I will only remove my clothes if...well... well... ''never''."



** At the beginning of the first term, your homeroom teacher Morooka introduces you as some "loser". Talking back about this insult nets you a Courage boost...and this also puts you on his "shit list", which has no bearing on the game but is still an amusing example of this trope as well as a change to get back at a SadistTeacher.

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** At the beginning of the first term, your homeroom teacher Morooka introduces you as some "loser". Talking back about this insult nets you a Courage boost... and this also puts you on his "shit list", which has no bearing on the game but is still an amusing example of this trope as well as a change to get back at a SadistTeacher.



* 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 ''VideoGame/PaperMario'' series, there's a recurring NPC named Whacka. You can whack him on the head to get a pretty good healing item. However, your ExpositionFairy will usually point out how rare a species a Whacka is. And if you keep whacking him, he'll eventually get more and more confused sounding, and then eventually he stops showing up, indicating that you may have actually killed him. "But you'd never do that, right Mario?" Even more heartbreaking in ''Super Paper Mario'', as there is a little girl who is friends with Whacka...and once she realizes that Whacka isn't coming back, she doesn't take it too well, [[DespairEventHorizon to say the least.]] The item description for the Whacka bump in that game is even tagged with "...How do you sleep at night?"

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* In the ''VideoGame/PaperMario'' series, there's a recurring NPC named Whacka. You can whack him on the head to get a pretty good healing item. However, your ExpositionFairy will usually point out how rare a species a Whacka is. And if you keep whacking him, he'll eventually get more and more confused sounding, and then eventually he stops showing up, indicating that you may have actually killed him. "But you'd never do that, right Mario?" Even more heartbreaking in ''Super Paper Mario'', as there is a little girl who is friends with Whacka... and once she realizes that Whacka isn't coming back, she doesn't take it too well, [[DespairEventHorizon to say the least.]] The item description for the Whacka bump in that game is even tagged with "...How do you sleep at night?"



** In ''Soviet Strike'', you can blow the Hell out of your own base. Earle will call the [=MPs=] when it's the Crimean frigate, ending the mission, and in the last mission his boss orders you to be executed for blowing up the fast food home base. Other stunts...allowing Boris Yeltsin to be killed, a nuclear missile to be launched, or otherwise failing an objective, may yield a news video or one of your black ops allies killing herself, or a simple voiceover, which when it's something like an overthrown Russia holding the world to ransom.

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** In ''Soviet Strike'', you can blow the Hell out of your own base. Earle will call the [=MPs=] when it's the Crimean frigate, ending the mission, and in the last mission his boss orders you to be executed for blowing up the fast food home base. Other stunts... allowing Boris Yeltsin to be killed, a nuclear missile to be launched, or otherwise failing an objective, may yield a news video or one of your black ops allies killing herself, or a simple voiceover, which when it's something like an overthrown Russia holding the world to ransom.



* 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]]....



* Goofing around in the FMV game ''[[VideoGame/{{SWAT}} Police Quest: SWAT]]'' gets you chewed out. Hard. This happens even if you try to ''skip through the introductory dialog'' with your superiors. If you use the LASH communications system incorrectly, you get yelled at. If you mess around on the firing ranges, you get yelled at. If you shoot one of your colleagues...

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* Goofing around in the FMV game ''[[VideoGame/{{SWAT}} Police Quest: SWAT]]'' gets you chewed out. Hard. This happens even if you try to ''skip through the introductory dialog'' with your superiors. If you use the LASH communications system incorrectly, you get yelled at. If you mess around on the firing ranges, you get yelled at. If you shoot one of your colleagues...colleagues....



** In ''[[VisualNovel/AceAttorneyInvestigationsMilesEdgeworth Investigations]]'', presenting child Kay with something related to her father's murder prompts a angry chew out...by Gumshoe of all people.

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** In ''[[VisualNovel/AceAttorneyInvestigationsMilesEdgeworth Investigations]]'', presenting child Kay with something related to her father's murder prompts a angry chew out... by Gumshoe of all people.
2nd May '17 10:38:42 PM Beane-Cat
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*** This is taken UpToEleven in ''VideoGame/HyruleWarriors'', as the cuccos will multiply like crazy, swarming the entire level until everyone is practically drowning in them and they will not stop until you beat the level. A number of levels also start off with a cucco following you around, meaning that it's almost inevitable you'll hit it enough to piss it off sooner or later. Certain missions spawn a mother cucco and a baby cucco, which is in trouble and must be rescued. If this sidequest isn't taken care of immediately, the baby cucco will most likely be killed, which will anger the mother, and you'll be swimming in angry chickens for the rest of the stage.

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*** This is taken UpToEleven in ''VideoGame/HyruleWarriors'', as the cuccos will multiply like crazy, swarming the entire level until everyone is practically drowning in them and they will not stop until you beat defeat the level.powerful Golden Cucco that eventually appears. A number of levels also start off with a cucco following you around, meaning that it's almost inevitable you'll hit it enough to piss it off sooner or later. Certain missions spawn a mother cucco and a baby cucco, which is in trouble and must be rescued. If this sidequest isn't taken care of immediately, the baby cucco will most likely be killed, which will anger the mother, and you'll be swimming in angry chickens for the rest of the stage.chickens.
2nd May '17 6:12:34 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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->''"You coldly cut open an artery. To even the most skilled physician, it would appear as though Timebomb died of his wounds. [[YouBastard You bastard.]]"''

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->''"You coldly cut open an artery. To even the most skilled physician, it would appear as though Timebomb died of his wounds. [[YouBastard You bastard.]]"''"''



** In ''MetroidPrime 3,'' if you attack the Galactic Federation troopers, they'll ask you to cut it out. If you keep it up, they'll pull defense turrets on you. Destroy the turrets, and eventually an instant-kill turret will come down.

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** In ''MetroidPrime 3,'' ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime3Corruption'', if you attack the Galactic Federation troopers, they'll ask you to cut it out. If you keep it up, they'll pull defense turrets on you. Destroy the turrets, and eventually an instant-kill turret will come down.
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