History Tsundere / VideoGames

21st Jan '18 12:39:17 PM nombretomado
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* [[LuminousArc Lucia]] is a textbook example, being rather cranky and obstinate to everyone, but softening up towards love interest Alph as the story goes on.

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* [[LuminousArc [[VideoGame/LuminousArc Lucia]] is a textbook example, being rather cranky and obstinate to everyone, but softening up towards love interest Alph as the story goes on.
16th Jan '18 4:07:23 AM Cryoclaste
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* Lady Sylvanas from the ''VideoGame/{{Warcraft}}'' series can be seen as a tsundere. While she is the leader of the undead Forsaken and outwardly seems like a cold, uncaring person, she shows a hidden soft side during some moments in the fluff (especially towards the blood elves), and the resolution of one quest in ''WorldOfWarcraft'' shows Sylvanas mourning the loss of her sister and her "past" life when she sings ''The Lament of the Highborne''. Before that song, if you give her the necklace, she shows surprise about the memories of her sister... then realizes that she's doing fluff in front of the undeads, so she quickly displays her cold attitude back and shoos you away... then sings that song. She ''really'' runs from hot, cold, and then hot again!

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* Lady Sylvanas from the ''VideoGame/{{Warcraft}}'' series can be seen as a tsundere. While she is the leader of the undead Forsaken and outwardly seems like a cold, uncaring person, she shows a hidden soft side during some moments in the fluff (especially towards the blood elves), and the resolution of one quest in ''WorldOfWarcraft'' ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' shows Sylvanas mourning the loss of her sister and her "past" life when she sings ''The Lament of the Highborne''. Before that song, if you give her the necklace, she shows surprise about the memories of her sister... then realizes that she's doing fluff in front of the undeads, so she quickly displays her cold attitude back and shoos you away... then sings that song. She ''really'' runs from hot, cold, and then hot again!
14th Jan '18 12:17:16 PM nombretomado
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* Prier from ''LaPucelle Tactics'' behaves this way towards just about all the men she encounters, but especially towards her brother Culotte and, to a lesser degree, Croix.

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* Prier from ''LaPucelle Tactics'' ''VideoGame/LaPucelleTactics'' behaves this way towards just about all the men she encounters, but especially towards her brother Culotte and, to a lesser degree, Croix.
29th Dec '17 1:28:21 AM Abodos
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** Ezlo from ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheMinishCap The Minish Cap]]'' tends to act constantly annoyed with Link and the circumstances the two of them end up in, but his collectible Figurine and occasional bits of dialogue with him reveal that he is nonetheless fond of Link.
29th Dec '17 1:20:38 AM Abodos
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* Starling/Sheryl from the "Cross Brigade"/"Silent Crusade" questline in ''VideoGame/MapleStory'' is like this towards the (male) player character, completely with classic tsundere 'It's not because I like you or anything' when she actully does something nice.

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** Revali from ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of the Wild]]'' spends most of his screentime and his diary being a major narcissist who demeans Link and others for supposedly not matching his skill and grace, and has an implied [[FantasticRacism prejudice against Hylians like Link and Zelda]]. But his diary reveals that he nonetheless respects Princess Zelda for her pluck and altruism, and he also feels sorry for her being unable to awaken her sealing power despite all the hard work she's put into it.
* Starling/Sheryl from the "Cross Brigade"/"Silent Crusade" questline in ''VideoGame/MapleStory'' is like this towards the (male) player character, completely with classic tsundere 'It's not because I like you or anything' when she actully actually does something nice.
28th Dec '17 7:51:50 AM Cryoclaste
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* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'': Non-romantic example. Silver from the [[VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver second generation]] games has many Harsh tendencies, which are given a slight boost in the Gold and Silver version remakes, to the point he occasionally seems borderline [[TheSociopath sociopathic]]. He is extremely tsun towards the player character, or anyone for that matter, is frighteningly obsessed with becoming stronger for a young boy, is overall abrasive towards everyone he meets, and is the first and only {{Pokemon}} rival to actually attack the player physically, kicking/punching/shoving him or her upon their first meeting; he is also constantly called out on how harshly he treats his Pokemon. He does soften up a little towards the end of the game and starts treating his Pokemon kindly, though he still remains rather tsun-tsun towards the player, and is convinced that he or she is laughing at him. He then, in the remakes, suddenly goes Dere Dere at the Indigo League, even healing the player's team, earning him his reputation as the franchise's resident Tsundere in the eyes of many fans.

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* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'': Non-romantic example. Silver from the [[VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver second generation]] games has many Harsh tendencies, which are given a slight boost in the Gold and Silver version remakes, to the point he occasionally seems borderline [[TheSociopath sociopathic]]. He is extremely tsun towards the player character, or anyone for that matter, is frighteningly obsessed with becoming stronger for a young boy, is overall abrasive towards everyone he meets, and is the first and only {{Pokemon}} Franchise/{{Pokemon}} rival to actually attack the player physically, kicking/punching/shoving him or her upon their first meeting; he is also constantly called out on how harshly he treats his Pokemon. He does soften up a little towards the end of the game and starts treating his Pokemon kindly, though he still remains rather tsun-tsun towards the player, and is convinced that he or she is laughing at him. He then, in the remakes, suddenly goes Dere Dere at the Indigo League, even healing the player's team, earning him his reputation as the franchise's resident Tsundere in the eyes of many fans.
23rd Dec '17 2:40:36 PM Brigid
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** Lethe's tsundere-ness must be genetic. [[http://serenesforest.net/fe10/support/64.html this]] list for the overly generic support conversations in sequel ''VideoGame/FireEmblemRadiantDawn'' suggests that her twin sister Lyre is the same way (specifically, the level A conversations). She's deredere towards Captain Ranulf, tsuntsun towards everyone else.

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** Lethe's tsundere-ness must be genetic. [[http://serenesforest.net/fe10/support/64.html [[https://serenesforest.net/radiant-dawn/scripts/supports/lyre/ this]] list for the overly generic support conversations in sequel ''VideoGame/FireEmblemRadiantDawn'' suggests that her twin sister Lyre is the same way (specifically, the level A conversations). She's deredere towards Captain Ranulf, tsuntsun towards everyone else.
27th Nov '17 8:02:12 PM rjd1922
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** In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword'', Zelda (who is not a princess) is Link's childhood friend and generally sweet, but doesn't hesitate to chastise him for not training for the Wing Ceremony, even pushing him off the edge of Skyloft when he says he can't sense his Loftwing (which leads to a massive OhCrap moment when she realizes he's not just making excuses).
22nd Oct '17 5:50:15 PM WaveSwallow
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** Seraphina from the [[VideoGame/Disgaea5AllianceOfVengeance fifth game]] is a domineering succubus overlord who believes that all men exist solely to be her servants, and is quick to shoot anyone who disagrees; on rare occasions, she shows genuine feelings for Krillia.
26th Aug '17 6:11:07 PM nombretomado
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* Cloche Leythe Pastalia, in ''ArTonelico 2'', is actively described as this by one of her rival's attacks, ending in a rant about [[HypocriticalHumor being honest]].
** Finnel, in the sequel, is described as a 'typical tsundere' by her in-game character profile. [[spoiler: It's actually played with a bit though. Her deeper Cosmopheres reveal she's an aversion of AllWomenAreDomsAllMenAreSubs, and acts uppity in the hope Aoto might get fed up and exert some authority over her]].
** The hero Aoto is also declared to be this in the same sequel, at least in his interactions with Finnel. With Saki he acts differently, but the closer he is to Finnel, the more of a Tsundere he becomes. [[spoiler: This is Lampshaded by one of Finnel's personae in the deepest level of her Cosmosphere, created as proof of their mutual commitment to one another. Said persona produces a castle for them to live in, carefully designed to force certain matters since both are Tsundere]].

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* ''VideoGame/ExaPico'':
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Cloche Leythe Pastalia, in ''ArTonelico 2'', ''VideoGame/ArTonelicoIIMelodyOfMetafalica'', is actively described as this by one of her rival's attacks, ending in a rant about [[HypocriticalHumor being honest]].
** ''VideoGame/ArTonelicoQogaKnellOfArCiel'':
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Finnel, in the sequel, is described as a 'typical tsundere' by her in-game character profile. [[spoiler: It's actually played with a bit though. Her deeper Cosmopheres reveal she's an aversion of AllWomenAreDomsAllMenAreSubs, and acts uppity in the hope Aoto might get fed up and exert some authority over her]].
** *** The hero Aoto is also declared to be this in the same sequel, Aoto, at least in his interactions with Finnel. With Saki he acts differently, but the closer he is to Finnel, the more of a Tsundere he becomes. [[spoiler: This is Lampshaded by one of Finnel's personae in the deepest level of her Cosmosphere, created as proof of their mutual commitment to one another. Said persona produces a castle for them to live in, carefully designed to force certain matters since both are Tsundere]].
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