History TheBadGuyWins / VideoGames

19th Mar '16 10:30:14 AM nombretomado
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* This is what happens if you lose all your lives or save and quit the game inVideoGame/BanjoKazooie. [[spoiler: [[WickedWitch Gruntilda]] tells [[TheIgor Klungo]] to pull the switch and she takes Tootie's beauty. [[FaceHeelTurn Mumbo offers to marry the witch]] and Tootie comes out of the machine looking like an ogre.]]

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* This is what happens if you lose all your lives or save and quit the game inVideoGame/BanjoKazooie.in ''VideoGame/BanjoKazooie''. [[spoiler: [[WickedWitch Gruntilda]] tells [[TheIgor Klungo]] to pull the switch and she takes Tootie's beauty. [[FaceHeelTurn Mumbo offers to marry the witch]] and Tootie comes out of the machine looking like an ogre.]]
17th Mar '16 2:42:17 PM Hossmeister
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* This is what happens if you lose all your lives or save and quit the game in BanjoKazooie. [[spoiler: [[WickedWitch Gruntilda]] tells [[TheIgor Klungo]] to pull the switch and she takes Tootie's beauty. [[FaceHeelTurn Mumbo offers to marry the witch]] and Tootie comes out of the machine looking like an ogre.]]

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* This is what happens if you lose all your lives or save and quit the game in BanjoKazooie.inVideoGame/BanjoKazooie. [[spoiler: [[WickedWitch Gruntilda]] tells [[TheIgor Klungo]] to pull the switch and she takes Tootie's beauty. [[FaceHeelTurn Mumbo offers to marry the witch]] and Tootie comes out of the machine looking like an ogre.]]
27th Feb '16 3:22:52 AM HyperKunoichi
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* Despite [[PyrrhicVictory losing pretty much everything]] in the process, the [[VideoGame/MegaManLegends Bonne family]] actually do succeed in stealing the treasure (a ''massive'' Refractor) they were seeking in Kattelox Island. It's also heavily implied that said treasure is literally the only reason they were able to get back on their feet.

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* Despite [[PyrrhicVictory losing pretty much everything]] in the process, the [[VideoGame/MegaManLegends Bonne family]] actually do does succeed in stealing the treasure (a ''massive'' Refractor) they were seeking in Kattelox Island. It's also heavily implied in the sequel that said treasure is literally ''literally'' the only reason they were able to get back on their feet.
10th Feb '16 2:48:58 PM ColonelThirtyTwo
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** ''VideoGame/HyruleWarriors'' has a slightly minor example. While Ganondorf does ultimately get defeated in the end, [[spoiler:a good part of the last third of the game is Ganondorf systematically beating down the heroes and managing to take over Hyrule Castle and obtain all three pieces of the Triforce]].



** ''VideoGame/HyruleWarriors'' has a slightly minor example. While Ganondorf does ultimately get defeated in the end, [[spoiler:a good part of the last third of the game is Ganondorf systematically beating down the heroes and managing to take over Hyrule Castle and obtain all three pieces of the Triforce]].
1st Feb '16 11:38:06 AM cfalcon
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* ''VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral'': After you defeat the last boss in Chapter 5 of Genealogy of the Holy War, and Sigurd and his army are escorted to your castle to be met by [[spoiler:your entire army being betrayed by the person who you thought was your friend. Sigurd himself is executed by Lord Alvis and your army scatters to the wind with your units living out the rest of the lives in hiding or dying from one cause or another. In the 17 years following the massacre, the various countries that you helped liberate from cruel rulers have become oppressive empires and the citizens are essentially slaves. Chapter 6 begins with Sigurd's son leading a liberation army comprised of children from the men and women who fought in Sigurd's army.]] It's a partial example because you eventually win in the end; it just takes nearly two decades before you can fix everything.
23rd Jan '16 8:46:48 PM Cakeman
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23rd Jan '16 8:44:27 PM Cakeman
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* ''VideoGame/FreedomPlanet'' has Lord Brevon successfully invade a kingdom, behead its king despite all of the royal guard banding together to try to stop him, and successfully brainwashing his son in order to become his obedient minion. He later succeeds in obtaining the Kingdom Stone. And according to Torque, he's won MANY times before.
23rd Jan '16 8:42:11 PM Cakeman
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* The start of ''VideoGame/PaperMario'' has Bowser successfully take the Star Rod, imprison the Star Spirits in cards, and then successfully defeat his archenemy Mario despite Peach believing that Bowser would never able to do such a thing. Fortunately, he later gets an opportunity to battle Bowser again, this time after he rescued the Seven Star Spirits.
2nd Jan '16 12:58:44 AM billybobfred
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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' has some fun with this. Every time you try to go for the Neutral ending, Flowey shows up after the FinalBoss to seize control of the six human souls and ascend to godhood before crashing the game. While the game does continue after that and the player does ultimately beat him, his RippleEffectProofMemory ensures that he will always keep coming back on every playthrough to deny the player the happy ending they want. And killing him at the end of the game to try and stop him for good not only doesn't work (he can Save just like the player can) but encourages Flowey to not even give you the chance to fight him when he steals the souls on subsequent playthroughs, making him win by default until the player can achieve the GoldenEnding.
** The Genocide route has a completely different villain winning, and possibly one of the biggest villainous victories in all of fiction. By completing the Genocide route, the player fulfills the First Child's desire to kill everyone and everything in the game, culminating in the First Child killing the last two surviving characters themselves and then "killing" the player before erasing the entire world and once again crashing the game. The player can go back, only to find that the game is reduced to a black void, and in order to do anything else they player has to [[DealWithTheDevil sell their soul to the First Child]], which taints the rest of the game in such a way that, no matter what the player does, even if they achieve the GoldenEnding, the First Child will ''always'' win in the end. ''FOREVER.'' And not even manually deleting your save file will reverse this [[spoiler: though clearing out the file that got saved to your registry might.]]

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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' has some fun with this. Every The first time you try to go for the Neutral ending, Flowey shows up after the FinalBoss to seize control of the six human souls and ascend to godhood before crashing the game. While the game does continue after that and the player does ultimately beat him, his RippleEffectProofMemory ensures that he will always keep coming back on every playthrough to deny the player the happy ending they want. want -- he's savvy enough not to try ''fighting'' you again, since he lost the first time when the human souls rebelled against his control, and since they also have RippleEffectProofMemory he knows they'd just do it again, but he still takes them away from you and ensures you can't use their power to cross the barrier. And don't think you can stop him by killing him at after the end of the game to try and stop him for good not only doesn't work (he can Save boss fight -- his death ''looks'' ripple-proof at first, but if you defeat Asgore again he'll reveal that, just like the player can) but encourages Flowey to not even give you the chance to fight him anyone else in this game, he got better when he steals the souls on subsequent playthroughs, making him win by default until the player can achieve the GoldenEnding.
you reloaded to before you killed him.
** The Genocide route has a completely different villain winning, and possibly one of the biggest villainous victories in all of fiction. By completing the Genocide route, the player fulfills the First Child's desire to kill everyone and everything in the game, culminating in the First Child killing the last two surviving characters themselves and then "killing" the player before erasing the entire world and once again crashing the game. The player can go back, only to find that the game is reduced to a black void, and in order to do anything else they player has to [[DealWithTheDevil sell their soul to the First Child]], which taints the rest of the game in such a way that, no matter what the player does, even if they achieve the GoldenEnding, the First Child will ''always'' win in the end. ''FOREVER.'' And not even manually deleting [[spoiler:Unless you delete that innocuous-looking system_information_963 file in your save file will reverse this [[spoiler: though clearing out the file that got saved to your registry might.folder.]]
1st Jan '16 2:12:43 AM Servbot
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* ''VideoGame/{{Shantae}}: Risky's Revenge'', ends with, well, the villain Risky getting her revenge [[spoiler:by stripping Shantae of her genie half]].

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* ''VideoGame/{{Shantae}}: Risky's Revenge'', Revenge'' ends with, well, the villain Risky getting her revenge [[spoiler:by stripping Shantae of her genie half]].
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