History Radar / VideoGames

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.
15th Feb '17 3:53:33 AM Nasrudith
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* ''VideoGame/{{Majesty}}'' has decadent elves who are good for your economy. Their Elven Lounges drain money from heroes who go there, play a woman giggling sound effect when clicked, and has an abundance of curtains, and contributes to the vice rating along with a gambling house. Due to the way the willpower stat works there are more male heroes that go to it than female ones and monks never go there. It claims to offer "excessive luxuries" but it's pretty clear that it's really a bordello.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Majesty}}'' has decadent elves who are good for your economy. Their Elven Lounges drain money from heroes who go there, play a woman giggling sound effect when clicked, and has have an abundance of curtains, and contributes contribute to the vice rating along with a gambling house. houses. Due to the way the willpower stat works affects it and hero stats there are more male heroes that go to it than female ones and monks never go there. It claims to offer "excessive luxuries" but it's pretty clear that it's really a bordello.
8th Feb '17 9:14:29 AM GlitteringFlowers
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** A certain RunningGag between [[MsFanservice Mai]] and [[McNinja Andy]] during the NESTS Chronicles reeks of thias. In both '99 and 2001, Mai shows up with a tyke of her own in her arms, which then acknowledges Andy/crawls towards to him while shouting "Papa!"; Andy's stricken [[OhCrap with a look of pure horror and disbelief]], only for [[{{Troll}} Mai]] to reveal that the baby is just a puppet. Andy then nervously attempts to save face. Them [[FriendsWithBenefits having slept together]] isn't totally out of the question, since Andy wouldn't freak out that badly if he didn't think the "kiddo" isn't his's...
7th Feb '17 4:05:49 AM GlitteringFlowers
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** One of Leo Whitefangs's win quotes mananges to pull a YourMom joke:
-->"There are only two entries in my dictionary for inimitable: Your mother's apple pie, and muy skill"
29th Jan '17 8:20:23 PM Brainiac0982
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* This [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvmnRLFYIIU Game Boy Micro ad]] shows a pair of scientists observing a lab mouse humping a Game Boy Micro. One of them even puts his clipboard over the mouse to give it some privacy.
14th Jan '17 8:17:53 PM CrosswalkX
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* Radar/{{Police Quest}}



* ''VideoGame/PoliceQuest'' The games 1-4 is best known for using the word "Crap" in the first Police Quest 1 game when PC games didn't have much profanity. Police Quest 1-3 series would often have symbol swearing to censor out the offensive language. Police Quest 1 remake and Police Quest 3 used the word Bastard. Police Quest Open Season let characters include Hal Bottoms, Dennis Walker, Yo Money Nicolette Rogers use uncensored strong profanity, including Goddamn, Crap, Asshole, Bitch, The 4 letter S words and F words. This was before the ESRB rating was formed in 1994.



*** ''Breath of Fire II'' appears to be one massive under the radar game. The story revolves around an evil religion (flag one) trying to steal souls (flag 2) to resurrect a demon from the previous game (flag 3). One of the most stunning "how'd this get through Nintendo" moments was when the protagonists storm said religion's HQ where an NPC gets killed on the spot.

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*** ''Breath of Fire II'' appears to be one massive under the radar game. The story revolves around an evil religion (flag one) trying to steal souls (flag 2) to resurrect a demon from the previous game (flag 3). One of the most stunning "how'd this get through Nintendo" moments was when the protagonists storm said religion's HQ where an NPC gets killed on the spot. Also the Golden fly boss used the word "Damn" that got past the Nintendo censorship.
3rd Jan '17 1:18:28 PM MyFinalEdits
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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTriForceHeroes'' gives us the [[BigBeautifulWoman Stylish]] [[TheTease Woman]], who comments amorously on Link's attire whenever he tries on a new costume. Her flirts remain innocent enough, for the most part, but then there's the line when he comes out wearing Linebeck's Uniform. (Which, for reference, allows you to glimpse the contents of unopened treasure chests.)

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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTriForceHeroes'' gives us has the [[BigBeautifulWoman Stylish]] [[TheTease Woman]], who comments amorously on Link's attire whenever he tries on a new costume. Her flirts remain innocent enough, for the most part, but then there's the line when he comes out wearing Linebeck's Uniform. (Which, Uniform (which, for reference, allows you to glimpse the contents of unopened treasure chests.)chests)



*** As well as her dialogue during the PlayableEpilogue, during which she mentions wanting to add "a little oomph to [her] va va voom." She goes on to point out Link's supposed blushing and claims he's "so easy to fluster."

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*** As well as her ** The Stylish Woman's dialogue during the PlayableEpilogue, during which she mentions wanting to add "a little oomph to [her] va va voom." She goes on to point out Link's supposed blushing and claims he's "so easy to fluster."
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* ''VideoGame/StardewValley'''s original intro, depicting your soul-sucking corporate job, originally included as FreezeFrameBonus both a coworker dead and rotted to a skeleton at their desk, and a coworker who had medicine bottles all over his and was obviously high as tits. The dead coworker got censored to an empty desk with a "[[DeadlyEuphemism Terminated]]" sign. The drug abuser, and the evidence of his habit, is still there.
** The whole game is like this-- characters have storylines dealing with substance abuse, mental illness, domestic and parental abuse, love affairs (including one implied extramarital child), and death (including one suicide scare), but none of it is shown on-screen, and the ''only'' curse in the game is Alex's "Damn, I could go for a burger".

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* ''VideoGame/StardewValley'''s original intro, depicting your soul-sucking corporate job, originally included as FreezeFrameBonus both a coworker dead and rotted to a skeleton at their desk, and a coworker who had medicine bottles all over his and was obviously high as tits. The dead coworker got censored to an empty desk with a "[[DeadlyEuphemism Terminated]]" sign. The drug abuser, and the evidence of his habit, is still there.
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there. The whole rest of the game is like this-- characters follows suit: Characters have storylines dealing with substance abuse, mental illness, domestic and parental abuse, love affairs (including one implied extramarital child), and death (including one suicide scare), but none of it is shown on-screen, and the ''only'' curse in the game is Alex's "Damn, I could go for a burger".
3rd Jan '17 12:46:28 PM QuarrelsomeChevon
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** One 'blink and you'll miss it', The Fairy Queen in VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker , who is very wise 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 , 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.worse.
** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTriForceHeroes'' gives us the [[BigBeautifulWoman Stylish]] [[TheTease Woman]], who comments amorously on Link's attire whenever he tries on a new costume. Her flirts remain innocent enough, for the most part, but then there's the line when he comes out wearing Linebeck's Uniform. (Which, for reference, allows you to glimpse the contents of unopened treasure chests.)
--->'''Stylish Woman:''' Oh, my little jumbo shrimp!♥ What are you staring at? My treasure is your treasure! Hehe!
*** As well as her dialogue during the PlayableEpilogue, during which she mentions wanting to add "a little oomph to [her] va va voom." She goes on to point out Link's supposed blushing and claims he's "so easy to fluster."
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