History Radar / VideoGames

28th Jul '16 4:46:22 PM CamelCase
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* Radar/LittleBigPlanet



* During the Piston tutorial in ''VideoGame/LittleBigPlanet'', [[Creator/StephenFry the narrator]] mentions one of the options that "controls how erect your piston is." [[{{beat}} After a brief pause]], he realizes what he said and follows up with "[[LampshadeHanging Oh, I do hope you're not smirking...]]"
24th Jul '16 8:39:34 PM SAMAS
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** ''VideoGame/LegoMarvelSuperheroes'' features a few, including "Nick Fury told me to get [[ShoutOut these snakes]] off this ''goshdarn'' helicarrier! ...I may be paraphrasing." And an announcement that Agent Romanoff will be teaching a self-defense class where she will demonstrate a variety of holds, followed immediately by the announcement that the class is full.

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** ''VideoGame/LegoMarvelSuperheroes'' features a few, including "Nick Fury told me to get [[ShoutOut these snakes]] off this ''goshdarn'' helicarrier! ...[[Film/SnakesOnAPlane this]] ''[[Film/SnakesOnAPlane goshdarn]]'' [[Film/SnakesOnAPlane helicarrier!]] ...I may be paraphrasing." And an announcement that Agent Romanoff will be teaching a self-defense class where she will demonstrate a variety of holds, followed immediately by the announcement that the class is full.
20th Jul '16 5:22:53 PM Shadoboy
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** Another female Draenei quote is: "Yes, they are real. And they can cut glass." They [[InnocentInnuendo meant their horns, of course]]. One of the cut ones was [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQjlimIvx1M "Do Gnomes have a vibrate setting? I-I'm just curious."]] According to the spoof video, the answer is "Yes". To match, female Dwarves have "No, they're not real. But thanks for askin'!" And on the Horde side, we get the {{Squick}}-filled feFemaleUndead "YEs, they are real. They are not mine, but they are real!"

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** Another female Draenei quote is: "Yes, they are real. And they can cut glass." They [[InnocentInnuendo meant their horns, of course]]. One of the cut ones was [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQjlimIvx1M "Do Gnomes have a vibrate setting? I-I'm just curious."]] According to the spoof video, the answer is "Yes". To match, female Dwarves have "No, they're not real. But thanks for askin'!" And on the Horde side, we get the {{Squick}}-filled feFemaleUndead "YEs, Female Undead "Yes, they are real. They are not mine, but they are real!"
20th Jul '16 5:20:48 PM Shadoboy
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** Another female Draenei quote is: "Yes, they are real. And they can cut glass." They [[InnocentInnuendo meant their horns, of course]]. One of the cut ones was [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQjlimIvx1M "Do Gnomes have a vibrate setting? I-I'm just curious."]] According to the spoof video, the answer is "Yes". To match, female Dwarves have "No, they're not real. But thanks for askin'!"

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** Another female Draenei quote is: "Yes, they are real. And they can cut glass." They [[InnocentInnuendo meant their horns, of course]]. One of the cut ones was [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQjlimIvx1M "Do Gnomes have a vibrate setting? I-I'm just curious."]] According to the spoof video, the answer is "Yes". To match, female Dwarves have "No, they're not real. But thanks for askin'!"askin'!" And on the Horde side, we get the {{Squick}}-filled feFemaleUndead "YEs, they are real. They are not mine, but they are real!"



** Female Undead: "Yes, they are real. They are not mine, but they are real." {{Squick}}.
13th Jul '16 7:49:33 PM rjd1922
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-->-- '''Guybrush Threepwood''', from VideoGame/TheCurseOfMonkeyIsland.

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-->-- '''Guybrush Threepwood''', from VideoGame/TheCurseOfMonkeyIsland.
''VideoGame/TheCurseOfMonkeyIsland''.
13th Jul '16 7:49:14 PM rjd1922
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* ''VideoGame/EarthBoundBeginnings'' has this gem from Ninten's father: "Just like your mother, you never want to stop."



* ''VideoGame/EarthboundBeginnings'' has this gem from Ninten's father: "Just like your mother, you never want to stop."
13th Jul '16 7:48:15 PM rjd1922
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* ''Monkey Island''

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* ''Monkey Island''''VideoGame/MonkeyIsland''
5th Jun '16 3:14:27 AM erforce
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*** In ''VideoGame/DonkeyKong64'' Candy Kong mainly runs a [[MagicMusic musical instrument]] shop but she also gives DK two [[HeartContainer extra melons]] over the course of the game if he visits her enough. She also has lines like "[[DoubleEntendre come a little closer, and I'll show you how to use your instrument.]]"
** ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry 2'' literally gets "crap" past the radar twice as incorrect answers during the Quiz MiniGame, (Kaptain K. Rapp and K. Rappy Keep) both times referring to K. Rool.

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*** ** In ''VideoGame/DonkeyKong64'' Candy Kong mainly runs a [[MagicMusic musical instrument]] shop but she also gives DK two [[HeartContainer extra melons]] over the course of the game if he visits her enough. She also has lines like "[[DoubleEntendre come a little closer, and I'll show you how to use your instrument.]]"
** ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry 2'' ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry2DiddysKongQuest'' literally gets "crap" past the radar twice as incorrect answers during the Quiz MiniGame, (Kaptain K. Rapp and K. Rappy Keep) both times referring to K. Rool.



* LegoAdaptationGame:
** In ''Lego Star Wars'', whilst playing Slave Leia, holding the "action" button without interacting with an object (does ''not'' happen in the DS versions) will cause her to dance in a way that possibly should include a pole.
** ''Lego Marvel Superheroes'' features a few, including "Nick Fury told me to get [[ShoutOut these snakes]] off this ''goshdarn'' helicarrier! ...I may be paraphrasing." And an announcement that Agent Romanoff will be teaching a self-defense class where she will demonstrate a variety of holds, followed immediately by the announcement that the class is full.
* ''VideoGame/MetalGearGhostBabel'' didn't even contain any swearing except for a single ForeignCussWord and several uses of the word "hell", [[NoSmoking didn't let Snake smoke]], and hardly even used words like 'die' and 'death' (in a game about ''nuclear war'') thanks to [[CensorshipBureau censorship on Nintendo portables]], but manages to get away with an androgynous male villain complimenting Snake's 'beautiful' bone structure; the same androgynous male villain very viscerally describing a brutal murder/rape (without using either of those words and concentrating on descriptions of entrails); and a villain committing suicide by ''[[IncendiaryExponent setting fire to himself]] and screaming in apparent orgasm''. They also got a brief shot of Snake smoking in the intro past the censors, and even has use of the word "Christ" (which was a word Nintendo didn't allow on portables at this time because it's religious).
* ''VideoGame/MetalGear'' for the NES managed to get away with not only letting Solid Snake keep his cigarettes, but also with printing a picture of him [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/p04sna_-_Copy.jpg smoking badassedly]] in the manual. While that artwork was taken wholesale from the Japanese MSX ''Metal Gear'' manual, there was no reason that they couldn't have used the [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/p10sna.jpg more innocent picture of Snake]] from it instead, and it's impressive they managed to get it printed. (Shows extra diligence when the F.X. Nine novelization of the NES game refused to let Snake kill anyone (although he was allowed to [[CrazyAwesome graphically blow up a giant scorpion]]) and had him [[NoSmoking turn down cigarettes at one point]] because they were bad for him.)
** One of the passwords is "fuckme" and sends the player to the final boss without anything
* In the ''Snake Vs. Monkey'' minigame in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater'', developed by Kojima as a child-friendly tribute to his young son (whose favourite game was ''VideoGame/ApeEscape''), there's a monkey looking a poster of a bikini model while [[VisualPun spanking himself]].

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* LegoAdaptationGame:
VideoGame/LegoAdaptationGame:
** In ''Lego Star Wars'', ''VideoGame/LegoStarWars'', whilst playing Slave Leia, holding the "action" button without interacting with an object (does ''not'' happen in the DS versions) will cause her to dance in a way that possibly should include a pole.
** ''Lego Marvel Superheroes'' ''VideoGame/LegoMarvelSuperheroes'' features a few, including "Nick Fury told me to get [[ShoutOut these snakes]] off this ''goshdarn'' helicarrier! ...I may be paraphrasing." And an announcement that Agent Romanoff will be teaching a self-defense class where she will demonstrate a variety of holds, followed immediately by the announcement that the class is full.
* ''Franchise/MetalGear''
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''VideoGame/MetalGearGhostBabel'' didn't even contain any swearing except for a single ForeignCussWord and several uses of the word "hell", [[NoSmoking didn't let Snake smoke]], and hardly even used words like 'die' and 'death' (in a game about ''nuclear war'') thanks to [[CensorshipBureau censorship on Nintendo portables]], but manages to get away with an androgynous male villain complimenting Snake's 'beautiful' bone structure; the same androgynous male villain very viscerally describing a brutal murder/rape (without using either of those words and concentrating on descriptions of entrails); and a villain committing suicide by ''[[IncendiaryExponent setting fire to himself]] and screaming in apparent orgasm''. They also got a brief shot of Snake smoking in the intro past the censors, and even has use of the word "Christ" (which was a word Nintendo didn't allow on portables at this time because it's religious).
* ** ''VideoGame/MetalGear'' for the NES managed to get away with not only letting Solid Snake keep his cigarettes, but also with printing a picture of him [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/p04sna_-_Copy.jpg smoking badassedly]] in the manual. While that artwork was taken wholesale from the Japanese MSX ''Metal Gear'' manual, there was no reason that they couldn't have used the [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/p10sna.jpg more innocent picture of Snake]] from it instead, and it's impressive they managed to get it printed. (Shows extra diligence when the F.X. Nine novelization of the NES game refused to let Snake kill anyone (although he was allowed to [[CrazyAwesome graphically blow up a giant scorpion]]) and had him [[NoSmoking turn down cigarettes at one point]] because they were bad for him.)
** *** One of the passwords is "fuckme" and sends the player to the final boss without anything
* ** In the ''Snake Vs. Monkey'' minigame in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater'', developed by Kojima as a child-friendly tribute to his young son (whose favourite game was ''VideoGame/ApeEscape''), there's a monkey looking a poster of a bikini model while [[VisualPun spanking himself]].



* In ''VideoGame/LunarEternalBlue'', Lucia walks in on Hiro while he's taking a bath. Stark naked. Ruby blocks the good stuff.

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* ''Lunar''
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In ''VideoGame/LunarEternalBlue'', Lucia walks in on Hiro while he's taking a bath. Stark naked. Ruby blocks the good stuff.



** Another VideoGame/LunarTheSilverStar reference has the extremely rare item "Soap", with this particularly interesting description:
--> "Roap not included."

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** *** Another VideoGame/LunarTheSilverStar ''VideoGame/LunarTheSilverStar'' reference has the extremely rare item "Soap", with this particularly interesting description:
--> ---> "Roap not included."



* In ''VideoGame/BreathOfFireII'', Nimufu's name was supposed to be Nimpho Mani, and Witch Tower was supposed to be Womb Tower. And the Fire Shaman hitting on Ryu. Hell, the whole game was filled with innuendo.
** ''Breath of Fire 2'' 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.
* ''VideoGame/BreathOfFireIII'' has the mayor and his 'cheeky vixen'. And full-frontal female nudity. Female human, at least in that form. The PSP remake got rated 7+.
* In ''VideoGame/BreathOfFireIV'', when Scias realizes that the "Fairy Drop" is really fairy dung, he nearly drops the S-bomb.

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* ''Franchise/BreathOfFire''
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In ''VideoGame/BreathOfFireII'', Nimufu's name was supposed to be Nimpho Mani, and Witch Tower was supposed to be Womb Tower. And the Fire Shaman hitting on Ryu. Hell, the whole game was filled with innuendo.
** *** ''Breath of Fire 2'' 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.
* ** ''VideoGame/BreathOfFireIII'' has the mayor and his 'cheeky vixen'. And full-frontal female nudity. Female human, at least in that form. The PSP remake got rated 7+.
* ** In ''VideoGame/BreathOfFireIV'', when Scias realizes that the "Fairy Drop" is really fairy dung, he nearly drops the S-bomb.



* The {{Capcom}} game ''FLOCK!'' requires you to move sheep to the "Motherflocker." Yes. Motherflocker.

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* The {{Capcom}} Creator/{{Capcom}} game ''FLOCK!'' requires you to move sheep to the "Motherflocker." Yes. Motherflocker.



* ''VideoGame/EscapeFromMonkeyIsland'':

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* ''Monkey Island''
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''VideoGame/EscapeFromMonkeyIsland'':



** Mind that Guybrush is ''her husband''.

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** *** Mind that Guybrush is ''her husband''.



* In VideoGame/MonkeyIsland2LeChucksRevenge, one of the envelopes Guybrush finds in jail belongs to a gorilla who was 'arrested for grinding his organ in public'
** A number of books found in the Phatt Island library contain rather innuendous titles.

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* ** In VideoGame/MonkeyIsland2LeChucksRevenge, ''VideoGame/MonkeyIsland2LeChucksRevenge'', one of the envelopes Guybrush finds in jail belongs to a gorilla who was 'arrested for grinding his organ in public'
** *** A number of books found in the Phatt Island library contain rather innuendous titles.



* ''VideoGame/MegaManLegends 2''.There's a completely naked girl (Sera) just barely avoiding full-frontal nudity, the titular character seeing Roll getting out of the shower, a villain getting her clothes burned out (offscreen) with the titular character staring at her for a good 20 seconds, and so on.

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* ''VideoGame/MegaManLegends 2''.''VideoGame/MegaManLegends2''.There's a completely naked girl (Sera) just barely avoiding full-frontal nudity, the titular character seeing Roll getting out of the shower, a villain getting her clothes burned out (offscreen) with the titular character staring at her for a good 20 seconds, and so on.



* VideoGame/TuxRacer has the expansion pack courses Big Ass Jump and I've Got a Woody.
* In VideoGame/StarTrekOnline, it's possible to sneak up on enemies in story missions and listen to them talk amongst themselves. In the mission "Under the Cover of Night", one of the Orion Syndicate members (The Orions are the original GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe) says to another, "I've got some things that will blow your mind. How does the ''unrated'' cut of Vulcan Love Slave VI sound?" Fans of ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space 9]]'' are sure to recognize that as the name of a Holodeck program...

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* VideoGame/TuxRacer *'' VideoGame/TuxRacer'' has the expansion pack courses Big Ass Jump and I've Got a Woody.
* In VideoGame/StarTrekOnline, ''VideoGame/StarTrekOnline'', it's possible to sneak up on enemies in story missions and listen to them talk amongst themselves. In the mission "Under the Cover of Night", one of the Orion Syndicate members (The Orions are the original GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe) says to another, "I've got some things that will blow your mind. How does the ''unrated'' cut of Vulcan Love Slave VI sound?" Fans of ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space 9]]'' are sure to recognize that as the name of a Holodeck program...



** In StreetFighter3 we have this Alex's win quote vs Elena. "You gotta use those legs for something else if you want guys to like you".

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** In StreetFighter3 ''VideoGame/StreetFighter3'' we have this Alex's win quote vs Elena. "You gotta use those legs for something else if you want guys to like you".



* ''FossilFighters Champions'' has Pauleen, who [[SchoolgirlLesbians very blatantly crushes on the female protagonist.]] She blushes at the chance to hold her hand, and looks deeply into her eyes when thanking her. Given that Rupert also seems to have a thing for her, it's safe to say that everyone--[[HelloNurse male]] and [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer female]] alike--is into her.
* The Videogame/DeadOrAlive Xtreme series makes no mention of the ages of Ayane, Kasumi, or Kokoro. Probably not by coincidence, at this point in the series' canon, all three of them were about 16.
* ''Jail Break'', a 1986 arcade game by {{Konami}}, has a topless woman briefly appear randomly if the player shoots an enemy out of a window. Were the censors on break?

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* ''FossilFighters ''VideoGame/FossilFighters Champions'' has Pauleen, who [[SchoolgirlLesbians very blatantly crushes on the female protagonist.]] She blushes at the chance to hold her hand, and looks deeply into her eyes when thanking her. Given that Rupert also seems to have a thing for her, it's safe to say that everyone--[[HelloNurse male]] and [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer female]] alike--is into her.
* The Videogame/DeadOrAlive Xtreme ''Videogame/DeadOrAlive Xtreme'' series makes no mention of the ages of Ayane, Kasumi, or Kokoro. Probably not by coincidence, at this point in the series' canon, all three of them were about 16.
* ''Jail Break'', a 1986 arcade game by {{Konami}}, Creator/{{Konami}}, has a topless woman briefly appear randomly if the player shoots an enemy out of a window. Were the censors on break?
21st May '16 7:47:14 AM RedRoverRedRover
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** In StreetFighter3 we have this Alex's win quote vs Elena. "You gotta use those legs for something else if you want guys to like you".
13th May '16 6:54:36 PM MyFinalEdits
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* In the ''VideoGame/Wario'' series:
** In the manual for ''VideoGame/WarioWorld,'' they show an "inside peek" at Wario's body, showing things like his heart and skeleton. You also get to see his digestive system filled up with garlic... and they show inside of his large intestine as well, filled up with brown sludge. Yep, they showed Wario's poop.
** In TheHub's music in ''Wario World,'' there's a sample of a man saying in a deep voice, "Do that nasty thing!" [[InnocentInnuendo It makes perfect sense in context]] since the Wario series has always been a bit of a GrossOutShow, but normally, asking someone to do a "nasty thing" is anything but innocent.

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* In the ''VideoGame/Wario'' series:
''VideoGame/WarioWorld'':
** In the manual for ''VideoGame/WarioWorld,'' manual, they show an "inside peek" at Wario's body, showing things like his heart and skeleton. You also get to see his digestive system filled up with garlic... and they show inside of his large intestine as well, filled up with brown sludge. Yep, they showed Wario's poop.
** In TheHub's music in ''Wario World,'' music, there's a sample of a man saying in a deep voice, "Do that nasty thing!" [[InnocentInnuendo It makes perfect sense in context]] since the Wario series has always been a bit of a GrossOutShow, but normally, asking someone to do a "nasty thing" is anything but innocent.
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