History ShowWithinAShow / VideoGames

6th May '18 2:31:56 PM FlakyPorcupine
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* ''VideoGame/{{SUPERHOT}}'' is a game InUniverse that your friend sent you and recommended you to play, [[spoiler:which is what you also do with your friends at the end of the game, [[AssimilationPlot but in a much darker context]].

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* ''VideoGame/{{SUPERHOT}}'' is a game InUniverse that your friend sent you and recommended you to play, [[spoiler:which is what you also do with your in-game friends at the end of the game, story, [[AssimilationPlot but in a much darker context]].context]]]].
6th May '18 2:30:50 PM FlakyPorcupine
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* ''VideoGame/{{SUPERHOT}}'' is a game InUniverse that your friend sent you and recommended you to play, [[spoiler:which is what you also do with your friends at the end of the game, [[AssimilationPlot but in a much darker context]].
14th Mar '18 12:07:10 PM BoredAtWork
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* ''VideoGame/RawData'' has "E-Men", an {{Animesque}} propaganda cartoon that demonizes the player characters and their actions. The developers of the game went so far as to put a trailer for the cartoon [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sBVl2iHYJCg on youtube]].
12th Mar '18 7:09:03 AM dvorak
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* In ''VideoGame/Fallout4,'' you find a radio station dedicated to a serial entitled "The Silver Shroud." Not only was the PC a fan before the Great War, you can find the costume and prop gun, bring it to a guy named "Kent," who modifies them into functional armor and weaponry, and act it out on Goodneighbor's local gang of drug-pushing thugs (who inexplicably wear Prewar three-peice suits for the "30's gangster" vibe) during the quest ''The Silver Shroud.''

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* In ''VideoGame/Fallout4,'' you find a radio station dedicated to a serial RadioDrama entitled "The Silver Shroud." Not only was the PC a fan before the Great War, you can find the costume and prop gun, bring it to a guy named "Kent," who modifies them into functional armor and weaponry, and act it out on Goodneighbor's local gang of drug-pushing thugs (who inexplicably wear Prewar three-peice suits for the "30's gangster" vibe) during the quest ''The Silver Shroud.''
12th Mar '18 7:05:33 AM dvorak
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* While never outright stated, it's FanOn that everyone in ''VideoGame/Fallout3'' loves the ''Herbert "Daring" Dashwood'' radio serial. You can even meet the man himself during a certain sidequest, although it's not a plot point.
** In ''VideoGame/Fallout4,'' you find a radio station dedicated to a serial entitled "The Silver Shroud." Not only was the PC a fan before the Great War, you can find the costume and prop gun, bring it to a guy named "Kent," who modifies them into functional armor and weaponry, and act it out on Goodneighbor's local gang of drug-pushing thugs (who inexplicably wear Prewar three-peice suits for the "30's gangster" vibe) during the quest ''The Silver Shroud.''

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* While never outright stated, it's FanOn that everyone in ''VideoGame/Fallout3'' loves the ''Herbert "Daring" Dashwood'' radio serial. You can even meet the man himself during a certain sidequest, although it's not a plot point.
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In ''VideoGame/Fallout4,'' you find a radio station dedicated to a serial entitled "The Silver Shroud." Not only was the PC a fan before the Great War, you can find the costume and prop gun, bring it to a guy named "Kent," who modifies them into functional armor and weaponry, and act it out on Goodneighbor's local gang of drug-pushing thugs (who inexplicably wear Prewar three-peice suits for the "30's gangster" vibe) during the quest ''The Silver Shroud.''
12th Mar '18 7:04:00 AM dvorak
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* While never outright stated, it's FanOn that everyone in ''VideoGame/Fallout3'' loves the ''Herbert "Daring" Dashwood'' radio serial. You can even meet the man himself during a certain sidequest, although it's not a plot point.
** In ''VideoGame/Fallout4,'' you find a radio station dedicated to a serial entitled "The Silver Shroud." Not only was the PC a fan before the Great War, you can find the costume and prop gun, bring it to a guy named "Kent," who modifies them into functional armor and weaponry, and act it out on Goodneighbor's local gang of drug-pushing thugs (who inexplicably wear Prewar three-peice suits for the "30's gangster" vibe) during the quest ''The Silver Shroud.''
4th Feb '18 10:23:43 AM willowoftheriver
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* The ''VideoGame/{{Syberia}}'' series has the radio show ''Reactors of Passion''.
30th Jan '18 6:15:49 PM nombretomado
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** ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV'' features television programmes that can be watched, including complete episodes of in-game series ''Republican Space Rangers'', ''The Serrated Edge'', ''Princess Robot Bubblegum (In Episodes from Liberty City)'' and a history of Liberty City. ''The Men's Room'' is a talk show matching a CampGay host with [[MixedMartialArts MMA legend Bas Rutten]].

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** ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV'' features television programmes that can be watched, including complete episodes of in-game series ''Republican Space Rangers'', ''The Serrated Edge'', ''Princess Robot Bubblegum (In Episodes from Liberty City)'' and a history of Liberty City. ''The Men's Room'' is a talk show matching a CampGay host with [[MixedMartialArts [[UsefulNotes/MixedMartialArts MMA legend Bas Rutten]].
6th Jan '18 10:12:41 AM nombretomado
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* The Japanese and European releases of ''VideoGame/MetalGearGhostBabel'' features as an EasterEgg a hidden Codec frequency that launches a fictional radio drama titled ''Idea Spy 2.5'', which has an actual AudioAdaptation in 2007 (with HideoKojima in the title role).

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* The Japanese and European releases of ''VideoGame/MetalGearGhostBabel'' features as an EasterEgg a hidden Codec frequency that launches a fictional radio drama titled ''Idea Spy 2.5'', which has an actual AudioAdaptation in 2007 (with HideoKojima Creator/HideoKojima in the title role).
30th Jul '17 3:23:58 AM Creek719
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* Being an AffectionateParody of the video game industri as a whole, the ''VideoGame/{{Neptunia}}'' series feature plenty of in-universe games that are parodies of real-life video games. Most of these go unnamed and are only indirectly mentioned with phrases like "[[VideoGame/MarioParty that plumber's party game]]" or "[[VideoGame/LittleBigPlanet a little big]] [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LittleBigPlanet_Karting racer]]", but one that gets mentioned from time to time is ''[[VideoGame/{{Pokemon}} Pocketed Monstrosities]]''. On the non-parody side, there's the in-universe MMORPG ''4 Goddesses Online'', which was eventually partially [[{{Defictionalization}} defictionalized]] as ''VideoGame/CyberdimensionNeptunia4GoddessesOnline''.
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