History Radar / VideoGames

15th Apr '17 4:18:59 AM Siempie
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* ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}'':
** Considering the game is rated E10+ (for "fantasy violence, mild language"), Wheatley seems a little too... ''[[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything enthusiastic]]'' about [[spoiler:testing Chell]]. And in the chapter where [[spoiler:you go deep, deep underground and find the remains of Aperture's laboratories from the 50's, 60's, and 70's]], there are some work-area caution signs, one of which depicts a silhouette of a person having their body eaten away by acid—while screaming.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}'':
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** Considering the game is rated E10+ E10+[[note]] This was higher in the UK, since Wheatley has a bad case of DidNotDoTheBloodyResearch [[/note]] (for "fantasy violence, mild language"), Wheatley seems [[ImmodestOrgasm a little too... little]] [[FantasticArousal too...]] ''[[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything enthusiastic]]'' about [[spoiler:testing [[spoiler: testing Chell]]. And in As in, [[spoiler: he ''loudly moans'' every time you complete one]].
*** [=GLaDOS=]'s explanation does not make things better. Basically, [[spoiler: whoever is hooked up to the mainframe gets a dose of a euphoric drug every time a test is completed. However, they'll start to build up a resistance after a while. ''She'' didn't really care, seeing as she just wanted to do science (although she does say it gets "a little unbearable" after a while). Wheatley, however, only wants the drug, and as his resistance gets higher, he starts to go mad with withdrawal]].
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the chapter where [[spoiler:you go deep, deep underground and find the remains of Aperture's laboratories from the 50's, 60's, and 70's]], there are some work-area caution signs, one of which depicts a silhouette of a person having their body eaten away by acid—while screaming.
14th Apr '17 2:22:16 PM morenohijazo
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* ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'':
** One of the possible responses if you're at full HitPoints and ask the Nurse for healing is "I don't give happy endings."
** The moon cycles through phases and on Blood Moons three of the female [=NPCs=], the Nurse, Stylist, and the Mechanic, become aggressive and irritable. The Dryad doesn't get as hostile, but does get snippy and sarcastic. The Steampunker just gets peevish. Oddly enough, the Party Girl is completely unaffected.
--->'''Nurse''': "Why are you even here? If you aren't bleeding, you don't need to be here. Get out."
** The Arms Dealer in particular seems to be the embodiment of the trope.
--->"Keep your hands off my gun, buddy!"
--->'''Mechanic''': "[Arms dealer's name] keeps talking about pressing my pressure plate. [[ObliviousToLove I told him it was for stepping on.]]"
** A 1.2 mob, the Nymph, is a ''nude'' female humanoid. Of course, no anatomical detail can be seen in the pixel art.
** There's a weapon called the Golden Shower. There is nothing more to be said.
** During the Pumpkin Moon event, there's a tough, fire-spitting tree called the Mourning Wood. ...Yeah.
** As of version 1.2.4, the Angler [=NPC=] will eventually give you fishing bait called the ''Master Bait''.
8th Apr '17 9:24:26 AM nombretomado
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** One of Great Tiger's taunts in [[PunchOut Punch-Out for Wii]] is pretty much telling Little Mac to suck his mother's teat [[BilingualBonus in Hindi]]. Also, Bald Bull might repeatedly say "Damn you!" [[BilingualBonus in Turkish]] between rounds.

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** One of Great Tiger's taunts in [[PunchOut [[VideoGame/PunchOut Punch-Out for Wii]] is pretty much telling Little Mac to suck his mother's teat [[BilingualBonus in Hindi]]. Also, Bald Bull might repeatedly say "Damn you!" [[BilingualBonus in Turkish]] between rounds.
3rd Apr '17 1:53:02 AM jormis29
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* In January of 1990 a little known game called ''8 Eyes'', an action-adventure game in the style of ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' was released in North America on the NES. While it was a decent game, it was especially notable for ''completely ignoring'' Nintendo's mandates on religious imagery, as crucifixes were ''everywhere'' in the game, usually as health powerups.

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* In January of 1990 a little known game called ''8 Eyes'', ''VideoGame/EightEyes'', an action-adventure game in the style of ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' was released in North America on the NES. While it was a decent game, it was especially notable for ''completely ignoring'' Nintendo's mandates on religious imagery, as crucifixes were ''everywhere'' in the game, usually as health powerups.
16th Mar '17 5:07:54 PM quietThunderstorm
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** The first game manages to sneak one in with [[LeetLingo Sal Manella]] shouting "WTF!" when the main characters first meet him.
4th Mar '17 9:48:24 PM maylove25
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* Radar/YoKaiWatch
28th Feb '17 8:01:58 AM BeerBaron
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* ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind'' includes the [[InGameNovel in-game book series]] ''The 36 Lessons of Vivec''. Penned by the [[DeityOfHumanOrigin Man]]-[[PhysicalGod God]] himself, they include, [[BreakingTheFourthWall among]] [[FauxSymbolism other]] [[InJoke things]], multiple barely-concealed allegorical descriptions of gay sex between Vivec and the Daedric Prince of Rape and Violation, Molag Bal. "Biting of spears" and "piercing of the second aperture" indeed.
21st Feb '17 12:02:43 PM Allronix
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* KnightsOfTheOldRepublic had a specific example. LucasArts was notoriously against ''any'' gay or lesbian content in the Star Wars universe (only a few years earlier, they had actively sent out lawyers to shutter SlashFic sites). BioWare dialed down the LesYay, but cranked up the subtext via the voice acting and managed to sneak Juhani past the radar, making her the first established gay character for both their canon and the StarWarsExpandedUniverse.
15th Feb '17 6:31:49 AM MyFinalEdits
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* ''Franchise/DrgonQuest'':

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15th Feb '17 6:28:31 AM MyFinalEdits
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** Fox [=McCloud=] agrees to help save her after hearing her cries of pain via telepathy, but when he gets to her ([[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast unconscious in a crystal prison]]), he stands gawking for a good long while, describing her as 'beautiful'. After [[DoABarrelRoll Peppy]] snaps him out of it; he proceeds to turn and leave, but then looks back with a very sly look on his face before leaving.

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** Fox [=McCloud=] agrees to help save her after hearing her cries of pain via telepathy, but when he gets to her ([[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast unconscious (unconscious in a crystal prison]]), prison), he stands gawking for a good long while, describing her as 'beautiful'. After [[DoABarrelRoll Peppy]] Peppy snaps him out of it; he proceeds to turn and leave, but then looks back with a very sly look on his face before leaving.



** Weirdly, most lines in 64 can be read as innuendo. [[http://www.vgcats.com/comics/?strip_id=221 VG Cats was all over it.]]
*** This exchange (audible on both Titania and Macbeth) when Fox is driving the [[CoolTank Landmaster]].

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** Weirdly, most lines in 64 can be read as innuendo. [[http://www.vgcats.com/comics/?strip_id=221 VG Cats was all over it.]]
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This exchange (audible on both Titania and Macbeth) when Fox is driving the [[CoolTank Landmaster]].Landmaster]], for example:



** The Poe salesman in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'' gives us this gem - "If I looked more like you, I could run a different sort of business. Heh heh heh...".

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** The Poe salesman in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'' gives us has this gem - "If I looked more like you, I could run a different sort of business. Heh heh heh...".



** One 'blink and you'll miss it', The Fairy Queen in VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker , who is very wise and repeatedly calls Link child, showing there's a significant ill-defined age gap, says [[ShotaCon he's her type]]. Link being anywhere between 9 and 12 makes it worse.

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** One 'blink and you'll miss it', The Fairy Queen in VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker , ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker'', who is very wise and repeatedly calls Link child, showing there's a significant ill-defined age gap, says [[ShotaCon he's her type]]. Link being anywhere between 9 and 12 makes it worse.



* ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'' has puff puff therapy, over and over again. Since puff is the sound you make when you blow... Bonus points for the [[UrExample first "puff puff"]] in III ultimately having her father give the actual massage. And we thought only the ''dungeons'' had traps.

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* ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'' ''Franchise/DrgonQuest'':
** ''VideoGame/DragonQuestI''
has puff puff therapy, over and over again. Since puff is the sound you make when you blow... Bonus points for and then the [[UrExample first "puff puff"]] in III ultimately having has her father give the actual massage. And we thought only the ''dungeons'' had traps.massage.



*** Also, his win quote against [[KickChick King]] is:

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*** ** Also, his Shen's win quote against [[KickChick King]] is:



* ''VideoGame/EarthwormJim 3D'' had you chopping off (zombie) cow heads with a meat cleaver, Professor-Monkey-For-A-Head says what sounds like "Damn, You got me!", and one of the guys in Fantasy says he needs his balls back. Yet the ESRB gave this game an E rating.

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* ''VideoGame/EarthwormJim 3D'' had has you chopping off (zombie) cow heads with a meat cleaver, Professor-Monkey-For-A-Head says what sounds like "Damn, You got me!", and one of the guys in Fantasy says he needs his balls back. Yet the ESRB gave this game an E rating.



* In ''VideoGame/SNKVsCapcomSVCChaos'', Kyo's pre-fight talk with Goddess VideoGame/{{Athena}} is ''laced'' with {{Double Entendre}}s:

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* In ''VideoGame/SNKVsCapcomSVCChaos'', ''VideoGame/SNKVsCapcomSVCChaos'':
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Kyo's pre-fight talk with Goddess VideoGame/{{Athena}} is ''laced'' with {{Double Entendre}}s:



* ''VideoGame/{{Ib}}'' doesn't understand some of the words she reads, since she's only nine. So she asks [[BigBrotherInstinct Garry]] to help teach her the more difficult ones. At one point, she can find a book with many unfamiliar words... and Garry tells her to put it away until she's older. The few words she ''does'' understand suggest that it's... risque in nature.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Ib}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Ib}}'':
** Th main character
doesn't understand some of the words she reads, since she's only nine. So she asks [[BigBrotherInstinct Garry]] to help teach her the more difficult ones. At one point, she can find a book with many unfamiliar words... and Garry tells her to put it away until she's older. The few words she ''does'' understand suggest that it's... risque in nature.
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