History OhCrap / VideoGames

3rd Sep '16 1:54:11 PM StFan
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* Lee, the main protagonist of the ''WalkingDead'' game has a few of these, but probably the most dramatic is when Lilly puts her gun between Carley's eyes and pulls the trigger, especially if you'd been supporting Lilly up until that point.

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* Lee, the main protagonist of the ''WalkingDead'' ''VideoGame/TheWalkingDead'' game has a few of these, but probably the most dramatic is when Lilly puts her gun between Carley's eyes and pulls the trigger, especially if you'd been supporting Lilly up until that point.
3rd Sep '16 11:32:03 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[spoiler:[[MagnificentBastard Iris]]]] gets one in [[{{Rosenkreuzstilette}} Rosenkreuzstilette Grollschwert]] when she realizes that [[LadyOfWar Grolla]] has overheard her plans to [[spoiler:have RKS fight against the [[HolyRomanEmpire Holy Empire]] ForTheEvulz]].

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* [[spoiler:[[MagnificentBastard Iris]]]] gets one in [[{{Rosenkreuzstilette}} Rosenkreuzstilette Grollschwert]] when she realizes that [[LadyOfWar Grolla]] has overheard her plans to [[spoiler:have RKS fight against the [[HolyRomanEmpire [[UsefulNotes/HolyRomanEmpire Holy Empire]] ForTheEvulz]].
20th Aug '16 7:12:54 PM Smurfman256
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** ''VideoGame/Doom(2016)'' has this moment at the very end when [[spoiler: after bringing down the [[BigBad Spider Mastermind/Olivia Pierce's]] health to the point where you Glory Kill it, you literally ram the entirely of your BFG-9000 right into her mouth and, as the weapon charges, you look right at her face which makes an expression that can only be described as "oh...cra-!" right before you turn the entirely of her [[BrainMonster Brain body/head]] into [[ChunkySalsaRule A substance resembling borscht and canned dog food]].]]

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** ''VideoGame/Doom(2016)'' ''VideoGame/{{Doom 2016}}'' has this moment at the very end when [[spoiler: after bringing down the [[BigBad Spider Mastermind/Olivia Pierce's]] health to the point where you Glory Kill it, you literally ram the entirely of your BFG-9000 right into her mouth and, as the weapon charges, you look right at her face which makes an expression that can only be described as "oh...cra-!" right before you turn the entirely of her [[BrainMonster Brain body/head]] into [[ChunkySalsaRule A substance resembling borscht and canned dog food]].]]
20th Aug '16 7:10:09 PM Smurfman256
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** ''VideoGame/Doom(2016)'' has this moment at the very end when [[spoiler: after bringing down the [[BigBad Spider Mastermind/Olivia Pierce's]] health to the point where you Glory Kill it, you literally ram the entirely of your BFG-9000 right into her mouth and, as the weapon charges, you look right at her face which makes an expression that can only be described as "oh...cra-!" right before you turn the entirely of her [[BrainMonster Brain body/head]] into [[ChunkySalsaRule A substance resembling borscht and canned dog food]].]]
11th Aug '16 5:10:49 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** In the first cutscene of ''VideoGame/{{Halo|Combat Evolved}}'''s "Assault on the Control Room" level ("I Would Have Been Your Daddy..."), a Grunt guard, who has been checking up on his napping buddies, runs away shrieking as Foehammer's Pelican suddenly emerges from the control room air shaft.

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** In the first cutscene of ''VideoGame/{{Halo|Combat Evolved}}'''s ''VideoGame/HaloCombatEvolved'''s "Assault on the Control Room" level ("I Would Have Been Your Daddy..."), a Grunt guard, who has been checking up on his napping buddies, runs away shrieking as Foehammer's Pelican suddenly emerges from the control room air shaft.
6th Aug '16 7:29:21 PM TheTropper
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* ''VideoGame/AbobosBigAdventure'': Can be read on the faces of the NES characters in the ending when they realize that Abobo and his son are going to murder every single one of them.
6th Aug '16 11:57:48 AM thatmadork
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* ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'': Nearly every character in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWaO1B3PvYM Dizzy's Instant Kill]] in ''Revelator''. In short, Dizzy (a gentle girl who dislikes fighting) narrowly saves her opponent being a massive beam fired by Necro, a demonic entity who possesses one of her wings. The beam just misses and causes an explosive blast which forms a towering mushroom cloud behind the opponent, who turns to the camera with an expression which ''screams'' this. Sol gets HiddenEyes, Sin, Axl and Elphelt get Shonen-style BlankWhiteEyes,, and Chipp just points at the explosion with his jaw dropped in disbelief.
4th Aug '16 6:06:46 PM triscion
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'''Soldier:''': Ohhh, Hell\\
2nd Aug '16 4:05:17 AM Morgenthaler
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** Opening cinematic for the first VideoGame/MechCommander. Light squad of Inner Sphere mechs is scouting an urban environment, when out steps a Clan Mad Cat -- a 75-ton assault machine somehow undetected by the Raven scout mech whose entire purpose is sensor recon. The Mad Cat pilot wastes no time, disposing of the second-heaviest IS mech with his first barrage. Commands from overhead result in everybody except the Raven pilot running for their lives, as the MechCommander's superiors watch in confusion. The Raven is instructed to GET THE MAD CAT'S ATTENTION. The Raven pilot follows orders and unleashes his scout mech's weapons against the Mad Cat, a move that which does little more than nothing. Except piss off the Mad Cat pilot, which turns to face him. Cue background-stretching perspective shot and, "...I've got his attention, sir..." as the Raven pilot realizes he's staring down the guns of a Mech that is double his weight, almost as fast, and had already effortlessly wiped out one teammate. The MechCommander leads the Raven into a dead end while fleeing the pursuing Mad Cat. [[spoiler:it was a distraction to give the rest of the squad a chance for tactical movement and a clear shot at the Mad Cat's back. The Mad Cat falls for it, tunneling on pursuing the Raven and getting shot in the back before he can deliver a coup de grace. Of course, a well-trained Clanner would have been slow to remember that while Clanners like samurai-style duels, Spheroids are {{Combat Pragmatist}}s.]]

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** Opening cinematic for the first VideoGame/MechCommander. Light squad of Inner Sphere mechs is scouting an urban environment, when out steps a Clan Mad Cat -- a 75-ton assault machine somehow undetected by the Raven scout mech whose entire purpose is sensor recon. The Mad Cat pilot wastes no time, disposing of the second-heaviest IS mech with his first barrage. Commands from overhead result in everybody except the Raven pilot running for their lives, as the MechCommander's VideoGame/MechCommander's superiors watch in confusion. The Raven is instructed to GET THE MAD CAT'S ATTENTION. The Raven pilot follows orders and unleashes his scout mech's weapons against the Mad Cat, a move that which does little more than nothing. Except piss off the Mad Cat pilot, which turns to face him. Cue background-stretching perspective shot and, "...I've got his attention, sir..." as the Raven pilot realizes he's staring down the guns of a Mech that is double his weight, almost as fast, and had already effortlessly wiped out one teammate. The MechCommander VideoGame/MechCommander leads the Raven into a dead end while fleeing the pursuing Mad Cat. [[spoiler:it was a distraction to give the rest of the squad a chance for tactical movement and a clear shot at the Mad Cat's back. The Mad Cat falls for it, tunneling on pursuing the Raven and getting shot in the back before he can deliver a coup de grace. Of course, a well-trained Clanner would have been slow to remember that while Clanners like samurai-style duels, Spheroids are {{Combat Pragmatist}}s.]]
2nd Aug '16 4:01:18 AM Morgenthaler
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* There's a beautiful OhCrap moment in the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9VBrPREN4Y teaser trailer]] for ''MechWarrior 5''. Its 3015, and the view-point character is piloting a ''Warhammer'', which is a good, solid, heavy mech, but not the biggest. After taking down a light ''Jenner'' mech with little effort by collapsing the building it was standing on, the viewpoint character rushes into the ensuing dust cloud, not noticing some movement on the other side of the cloud. A few seconds in, the ''Warhammer'' stops on account of having run into something. Staring down a wall of unrecognizable metal, the pilot pans the camera up...and realizes he's staring up at [[spoiler:a skull-faced ''Atlas'', which is ''the single biggest baddest Mech of the era and fully capable of taking him to pieces''.]] [[spoiler: It does. The Warhammer pilot ejects after being brutalized, his mech's computer [[EjectEjectEject warning of critical damage to internal systems]]. The pilot's EjectionSeat launches him straight up, and his parachute brings him straight down. He looks down just in time to see his Mech's [[FromBadToWorse ammo bays explode below him]].]]

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* There's a beautiful OhCrap moment in the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9VBrPREN4Y teaser trailer]] for ''MechWarrior ''VideoGame/MechWarrior 5''. Its 3015, and the view-point character is piloting a ''Warhammer'', which is a good, solid, heavy mech, but not the biggest. After taking down a light ''Jenner'' mech with little effort by collapsing the building it was standing on, the viewpoint character rushes into the ensuing dust cloud, not noticing some movement on the other side of the cloud. A few seconds in, the ''Warhammer'' stops on account of having run into something. Staring down a wall of unrecognizable metal, the pilot pans the camera up...and realizes he's staring up at [[spoiler:a skull-faced ''Atlas'', which is ''the single biggest baddest Mech of the era and fully capable of taking him to pieces''.]] [[spoiler: It does. The Warhammer pilot ejects after being brutalized, his mech's computer [[EjectEjectEject warning of critical damage to internal systems]]. The pilot's EjectionSeat launches him straight up, and his parachute brings him straight down. He looks down just in time to see his Mech's [[FromBadToWorse ammo bays explode below him]].]]



** Opening cinematic for the first MechCommander. Light squad of Inner Sphere mechs is scouting an urban environment, when out steps a Clan Mad Cat -- a 75-ton assault machine somehow undetected by the Raven scout mech whose entire purpose is sensor recon. The Mad Cat pilot wastes no time, disposing of the second-heaviest IS mech with his first barrage. Commands from overhead result in everybody except the Raven pilot running for their lives, as the MechCommander's superiors watch in confusion. The Raven is instructed to GET THE MAD CAT'S ATTENTION. The Raven pilot follows orders and unleashes his scout mech's weapons against the Mad Cat, a move that which does little more than nothing. Except piss off the Mad Cat pilot, which turns to face him. Cue background-stretching perspective shot and, "...I've got his attention, sir..." as the Raven pilot realizes he's staring down the guns of a Mech that is double his weight, almost as fast, and had already effortlessly wiped out one teammate. The MechCommander leads the Raven into a dead end while fleeing the pursuing Mad Cat. [[spoiler:it was a distraction to give the rest of the squad a chance for tactical movement and a clear shot at the Mad Cat's back. The Mad Cat falls for it, tunneling on pursuing the Raven and getting shot in the back before he can deliver a coup de grace. Of course, a well-trained Clanner would have been slow to remember that while Clanners like samurai-style duels, Spheroids are {{Combat Pragmatist}}s.]]
** ''MechWarrior 3'' provides a couple on both sides for its introduction. For the Inner Sphere, there's Ground Commander watching one of their ''Firefly'' Mechs go down [[OneHitKill in a single shot]] and the ''Atlas'' pilot's reaction to the ''Mad Cat'' GoingCritical. For the Clan Smoke Jaguar Mechs, the aforementioned ''Atlas'' showing up out of nowhere to surprise the ''Mad Cat'' and the realization that there's two-score missiles coming straight for your cockpit for the ''Thor''.
** ''MechWarrior 2'' had two particularly notable ones. The first was from the intro to Ghost Bear's Legacy. A Vulture, a 60 ton Clan mech that's geared for skirmishing at long range, is marching through a barren snowfield and sends a radio message informing his base that there's nothing out there. Then he picks up a heat signature but can't tell where it is. The snow drift directly in front of him suddenly explodes, revealing a massive mech, at which point the Vulture pilot screams "Kodiak, base, Kodiak!" and when told that reinforcements are en route responds with "neg, base, I need reinforcements NOW!!!" In the intro to Mechwarrior 2: Mercenaries, your commanding officer has one when she's heading back to your dropship only to hear the dropship captain say that he's getting the hell out of there and see the dropship's door begin to close as the ship blasts off for space. She shouts that she needs more time, but the dropship captain tells her that she's out of time because he's not getting paid enough to die.

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** Opening cinematic for the first MechCommander.VideoGame/MechCommander. Light squad of Inner Sphere mechs is scouting an urban environment, when out steps a Clan Mad Cat -- a 75-ton assault machine somehow undetected by the Raven scout mech whose entire purpose is sensor recon. The Mad Cat pilot wastes no time, disposing of the second-heaviest IS mech with his first barrage. Commands from overhead result in everybody except the Raven pilot running for their lives, as the MechCommander's superiors watch in confusion. The Raven is instructed to GET THE MAD CAT'S ATTENTION. The Raven pilot follows orders and unleashes his scout mech's weapons against the Mad Cat, a move that which does little more than nothing. Except piss off the Mad Cat pilot, which turns to face him. Cue background-stretching perspective shot and, "...I've got his attention, sir..." as the Raven pilot realizes he's staring down the guns of a Mech that is double his weight, almost as fast, and had already effortlessly wiped out one teammate. The MechCommander leads the Raven into a dead end while fleeing the pursuing Mad Cat. [[spoiler:it was a distraction to give the rest of the squad a chance for tactical movement and a clear shot at the Mad Cat's back. The Mad Cat falls for it, tunneling on pursuing the Raven and getting shot in the back before he can deliver a coup de grace. Of course, a well-trained Clanner would have been slow to remember that while Clanners like samurai-style duels, Spheroids are {{Combat Pragmatist}}s.]]
** ''MechWarrior ''VideoGame/MechWarrior 3'' provides a couple on both sides for its introduction. For the Inner Sphere, there's Ground Commander watching one of their ''Firefly'' Mechs go down [[OneHitKill in a single shot]] and the ''Atlas'' pilot's reaction to the ''Mad Cat'' GoingCritical. For the Clan Smoke Jaguar Mechs, the aforementioned ''Atlas'' showing up out of nowhere to surprise the ''Mad Cat'' and the realization that there's two-score missiles coming straight for your cockpit for the ''Thor''.
** ''MechWarrior ''VideoGame/MechWarrior 2'' had two particularly notable ones. The first was from the intro to Ghost Bear's Legacy. A Vulture, a 60 ton Clan mech that's geared for skirmishing at long range, is marching through a barren snowfield and sends a radio message informing his base that there's nothing out there. Then he picks up a heat signature but can't tell where it is. The snow drift directly in front of him suddenly explodes, revealing a massive mech, at which point the Vulture pilot screams "Kodiak, base, Kodiak!" and when told that reinforcements are en route responds with "neg, base, I need reinforcements NOW!!!" In the intro to Mechwarrior 2: Mercenaries, your commanding officer has one when she's heading back to your dropship only to hear the dropship captain say that he's getting the hell out of there and see the dropship's door begin to close as the ship blasts off for space. She shouts that she needs more time, but the dropship captain tells her that she's out of time because he's not getting paid enough to die.
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