History NoHoldsBarredBeatdown / VideoGames

17th Jul '16 8:36:35 AM nombretomado
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* ''AsurasWrath'' has you doing this to pretty much every boss, including ''the creator of the universe'' who's been masquerading as a god.

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* ''AsurasWrath'' ''VideoGame/AsurasWrath'' has you doing this to pretty much every boss, including ''the creator of the universe'' who's been masquerading as a god.
30th Jun '16 4:33:53 PM Gatordragon24
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* In ''VideoGame/DeadByDaylight'', a killer normally has to impale a survivor on a meat hook to kill them, but an extremely rare power-up allows a killer to personally finish-off a victim with a wild flurry of blows after the killer puts their foot on the target's back to keep them from going anywhere.
26th Jun '16 12:33:12 PM Thunderchin
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** At the end of ''Modern Warfare 3'', [[spoiler:Price delivers one to Makarov]] culminating in his death. It's immensely satisfying.

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** At the end of ''Modern Warfare 3'', [[spoiler:Price delivers one to Makarov]] culminating in his death. It's death by hanging after [[spoiler:Price piledrives Makarov through a glass ceiling]]. After all the shit you endured in the three games leading up to this, it's immensely satisfying.
23rd Jun '16 8:05:24 PM nombretomado
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* In the Stage 2 boss battle of ''TimeCrisis 4'', Captain Rush receives this from Jack Mathers.

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* In the Stage 2 boss battle of ''TimeCrisis 4'', ''VideoGame/TimeCrisis4'', Captain Rush receives this from Jack Mathers.
29th Apr '16 7:32:54 PM Luigifan
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* ''VideoGame/TheWalkingDead'' features [[spoiler: [[PapaWolf Lee]] delivering one of these to [[BigBad Andrew St John]]. Considering his actions beforehand, it's an immensely satisfying moment for many. The player does have the option of stopping before his face is reduced to a bloody mess, but it's fair to say few people choose this.]]
* Season two of ''Videogame/TheWalkingDead '' Sees a return of this trope with [[spoiler: Kenny]] as he beats [[spoiler: Carvers]] face to a bloody pulp with a crowbar, in as revenge for the latter previously [[spoiler: Beating Kenny into unconsciousness, and crushing his left eye-socket, destroying his eye.]]

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* ''VideoGame/TheWalkingDead'' features [[spoiler: [[PapaWolf [[spoiler:[[PapaWolf Lee]] delivering one of these to [[BigBad Andrew St John]]. Considering his actions beforehand, it's an immensely satisfying moment for many. The player does have the option of stopping before his face is reduced to a bloody mess, but it's fair to say few people choose this.]]
* Season two of ''Videogame/TheWalkingDead '' Sees sees a return of this trope with [[spoiler: Kenny]] [[spoiler:Kenny]] as he beats [[spoiler: Carvers]] [[spoiler:Carver's]] face to a bloody pulp with a crowbar, in as revenge for the latter previously [[spoiler: Beating [[spoiler:beating Kenny into unconsciousness, and crushing his left eye-socket, destroying his eye.]]



** At the end of ''Modern Warfare 3'', [[spoiler: Price delivers one to Makarov]] culminating in his death. It's immensely satisfying.

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** At the end of ''Modern Warfare 3'', [[spoiler: Price [[spoiler:Price delivers one to Makarov]] culminating in his death. It's immensely satisfying.



** In ''VideoGame/BioshockInfinite'', Booker [[spoiler: delivers a particularly satisfying one to Comstock using the baptismal font.]]

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** In ''VideoGame/BioshockInfinite'', Booker [[spoiler: delivers [[spoiler:delivers a particularly satisfying one to Comstock using the baptismal font.]]



** The backstory of ''Half-Life 2'' had a huge example on a planetary scale: the Seven Hour War between the nations of Earth and the Combine. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin It lasted seven hours and]]...well, we lost.

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** The backstory of ''Half-Life 2'' had a huge example on a planetary scale: the Seven Hour War between the nations of Earth and the Combine. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin It lasted seven hours and]]... well, we lost.



* This happens to Kreia in flashback in ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic 2''. Despite the violence in the rest of the game, this scene is the most visceral, consisting mainly of a large man beating the hell out of a defenseless old lady.

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* This happens to Kreia in a flashback in ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic 2''. Despite the violence in the rest of the game, this scene is the most visceral, consisting mainly of a large man beating the hell out of a defenseless old lady.



* Happens right at the end of ''VideoGame/FurFighters''. Just after the player has defeated Viggo, he comes back. Rather than using clever gadgets, schemes, or 100's of disposable mooks; he's decided to take matters into his own hands.

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* Happens right at the end of ''VideoGame/FurFighters''. Just after the player has defeated Viggo, he comes back. Rather than using clever gadgets, schemes, or 100's hundreds of disposable mooks; he's decided to take matters into his own hands.



* In what's easily one of the darkest moments in the series, ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonGatesToInfinity'' has [[spoiler: the hero]] receive a surprisingly brutal one courtesy of an ambushing [[spoiler: Kyurem]] (Though it's kept relatively kid-friendly via a partial DiscretionShot). After swiftly disposing of their guardian, [[spoiler: Hydreigon]], he knocks them to ground and then stomps them into the dirt long enough for them to pass out, only relenting once [[spoiler: their partner]] recovers from the shock of the moment and begs for mercy. [[spoiler: [[VillainBall He listens, naturally, leaving with just a threat of further violence, despite his victim being the only remaining obstacle to his plans...]]]]

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* In what's easily one of the darkest moments in the series, ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonGatesToInfinity'' has [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the hero]] receive a surprisingly brutal one courtesy of an ambushing [[spoiler: Kyurem]] (Though [[spoiler:Kyurem]] (though it's kept relatively kid-friendly via a partial DiscretionShot). After swiftly disposing of their guardian, [[spoiler: Hydreigon]], [[spoiler:Hydreigon]], he knocks them to ground and then stomps them into the dirt long enough for them to pass out, only relenting once [[spoiler: their [[spoiler:their partner]] recovers from the shock of the moment and begs for mercy. [[spoiler: [[VillainBall [[spoiler:[[VillainBall He listens, naturally, leaving with just a threat of further violence, despite his victim being the only remaining obstacle to his plans...]]]]



** The Mii Brawler is a fine example of this trope (albeit on a more child friendly scale), rapid kicks and punches can be pulled off in succession with ease given the right build and some practice. Additionally, much like the previous examples, its Final Smash Omega Blitz delivers a brutal flurry of punches of kicks before slamming the victim straight into the ground.

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** The Mii Brawler is a fine example of this trope (albeit on a more child friendly scale), scale); rapid kicks and punches can be pulled off in succession with ease given the right build and some practice. Additionally, much like the previous examples, its Final Smash Omega Blitz delivers a brutal flurry of punches of kicks before slamming the victim straight into the ground.



** In the sequel, [[spoiler: [[Franchise/StreetFighter M. Bison]] is on the receiving end of this by Ryu, Ken, Kiryu, and Majima, which culminates in him [[DisneyVillainDeath falling off Kamurucho's Millennium Tower to his death]].]]

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** In the sequel, [[spoiler: [[Franchise/StreetFighter [[spoiler:[[Franchise/StreetFighter M. Bison]] is on the receiving end of this by Ryu, Ken, Kiryu, and Majima, which culminates in him [[DisneyVillainDeath falling off Kamurucho's Millennium Tower to his death]].]]



* The Kyokugenryu signature move, the "Ryuuko Ranbu", from ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting'' is an attack where the attacker charges at their opponent then delivers a long stream of punches and kicks, ending with a [[Main/{{Shoryuken}} jumping uppercut]]. This type of LimitBreak has become so common in the Creator/{{SNK}} world that moves of a similar nature (such as [[VideoGame/FatalFury Kim Kaphwan]]'s Hou'ou Kyaku) are called usually called "Ranbu" supers in player parlance.

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* The Kyokugenryu signature move, the "Ryuuko Ranbu", from ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting'' ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting'', is an attack where the attacker charges at their opponent then delivers a long stream of punches and kicks, ending with a [[Main/{{Shoryuken}} jumping uppercut]]. This type of LimitBreak has become so common in the Creator/{{SNK}} world that moves of a similar nature (such as [[VideoGame/FatalFury Kim Kaphwan]]'s Hou'ou Kyaku) are called usually called "Ranbu" supers in player parlance.
31st Mar '16 12:28:02 PM SolidSonicTH
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* The Kyokugenryu signature move, the "Ryuuko Ranbu", from ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting'' is an attack where the attacker charges at their opponent then delivers a long stream of punches and kicks, ending with a [[Main/{{Shoryuken}} jumping uppercut]]. This type of LimitBreak has become so common in the Creator/{{SNK}} world that moves of a similar nature (such as [[VideoGame/FatalFury Kim Kaphwan]]'s Hou'ou Kyaku) are called "Ranbu" supers.

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* The Kyokugenryu signature move, the "Ryuuko Ranbu", from ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting'' is an attack where the attacker charges at their opponent then delivers a long stream of punches and kicks, ending with a [[Main/{{Shoryuken}} jumping uppercut]]. This type of LimitBreak has become so common in the Creator/{{SNK}} world that moves of a similar nature (such as [[VideoGame/FatalFury Kim Kaphwan]]'s Hou'ou Kyaku) are called usually called "Ranbu" supers.supers in player parlance.
31st Mar '16 12:27:06 PM SolidSonicTH
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* The Kyokugenryu signature move, the "Ryuuko Ranbu", from ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting'' is an attack where the attacker charges at their opponent then delivers a long stream of punches and kicks, ending with a [[Main/{{Shoryuken}} jumping uppercut]]. This type of LimitBreak has become so common in the Creator/{{SNK}} world that moves of a similar nature (such as [[VideoGame/FatalFury Kim Kaphwan]]'s Hou'ou Kyaku) are called "Ranbu" supers.
4th Mar '16 7:41:34 AM Stolen_Moment
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* In PAYDAY2, among the horde of law enforcement you'll be fighting is a special operative called the Cloaker who is capable of bringing a player down with one vicious kick to the head. After that, he'll whip out his police baton pummel and [[KickThemWhileTheyAreDown kick you into the ground]] while you're helpless. This is actually a good thing, because the last thing you want is a Cloaker that got the jump on one player is a Cloaker [[TotalPartyKill that's chain-kicking the whole team.]] Though considering what you're doing, [[VillainProtagonist you]] [[YouBastard deserve it.]]
23rd Feb '16 12:06:15 PM Elmo3000
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* A rare realistic example; In Episode 4 of ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrange'', Max has the option of letting [[spoiler:Warren]] gives one of these to [[spoiler:[[JerkJock Nathan]]]]. It's equally satisfying and hard to watch.

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* A rare realistic example; In Episode 4 of ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrange'', Max has the option of letting [[spoiler:Warren]] [[spoiler:[[NiceGuy Warren]]]] gives one of these to [[spoiler:[[JerkJock Nathan]]]]. It's equally satisfying and hard to watch.
23rd Feb '16 12:04:27 PM Elmo3000
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* A rare realistic example; In Episode 4 of ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrange'', Max has the option of letting [[spoiler:Warren]] gives one of these to [[spoiler:[[JerkJock Nathan]]]]. It's equally satisfying and hard to watch.
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