History Tsundere / VideoGames

8th Mar '17 12:15:09 PM nombretomado
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* Luna in ''MegaManStarForce'' is bossy rather than aggressive, but still qualifies.

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* Luna in ''MegaManStarForce'' ''VideoGame/MegaManStarForce'' is bossy rather than aggressive, but still qualifies.
15th Feb '17 1:08:02 PM Monolaf317
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* 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}} 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.
14th Feb '17 8:02:19 PM Monolaf317
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14th Feb '17 8:02:18 PM Monolaf317
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* The Franchise/AceAttorney series has some examples:
** From the original trilogy, we have Franziska von Karma, whose relentless aggressive attitude and her [[WhipItGood whip]] are to be feared. Whenever there is just one moment that may imply gratitude from someone else...she lashes her whip out on someone to disguise it as frustration.
** From the future titles, we have Rayfa Padma Khura'in from ''Spirit of Justice''. She at first is introduced as this imposing figure at the shy age of 14, until Phoenix beats her Insights down and she starts to show her insufferable attitude towards lawyers, constantly tossing harsh insults at his face. But whenever she does get a well-meaning compliment from him, she turns into a red tomato and angrily scoffs.
8th Feb '17 5:11:35 PM Gosicrystal
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** She's less rude and more tough-girl whilst desperately keeping to that image, but Cassandra Pentaghast in ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition'' is very much a fan of classical harlequin {{Grand Romantic Gesture}}s, which she fully admits...[[NoExceptYes after she slams a door in an embarrassed huff while claiming she isn't]].

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** She's less rude and more tough-girl whilst desperately keeping to that image, but Cassandra Pentaghast in ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition'' is very much a fan of classical harlequin {{Grand Romantic Gesture}}s, which she fully admits...[[NoExceptYes [[ByNoIMeanYes after she slams a door in an embarrassed huff while claiming she isn't]].
5th Feb '17 11:21:44 AM MyFinalEdits
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** Bastila from ''KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' is cold, rude, and contemptuous of the player for the first half of the game. She does warm up, gradually, only to freeze solid again as soon as she realizes what is happening.
*** Juhani is an even more extreme example. Her species (Cathar) tend to be ''very'' intense, and she's hardly an exception. A lifetime of poverty and misfortune, including a brief snit as a slave, makes her incredibly volatile on the exterior and her nasty temper is ''barely'' kept in check with the Jedi Code. But with a little work and kindness, she turns out to be incredibly shy and sweet, trying very much to pay the player character back for their kindness to her.

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** ''KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'':
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Bastila from ''KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' is cold, rude, and contemptuous of the player for the first half of the game. She does warm up, gradually, only to freeze solid again as soon as she realizes what is happening.
*** Juhani is an even more extreme example. Her Juhani's species (Cathar) tend to be ''very'' intense, and she's hardly an exception. A lifetime of poverty and misfortune, including a brief snit as a slave, makes her incredibly volatile on the exterior and her nasty temper is ''barely'' kept in check with the Jedi Code. But with a little work and kindness, she turns out to be incredibly shy and sweet, trying very much to pay the player character back for their kindness to her.
4th Feb '17 5:32:36 PM jahman
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* Lili from ''VideoGame/{{Psychonauts}}.'' She spends roughly the first half of the game belittling Raz in various ways, but is much sweeter to him in the second half--she's still feisty, though.

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* Lili from ''VideoGame/{{Psychonauts}}.'' She spends roughly the first half of the game playfully belittling Raz in various ways, but is much sweeter to him in the second half--she's still feisty, though.
20th Dec '16 10:49:35 AM Allronix
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*** Juhani is an even more extreme example. Her species (Cathar) tend to be ''very'' intense, and she's hardly an exception. A lifetime of poverty and misfortune, including a brief snit as a slave, makes her incredibly volatile on the exterior and her nasty temper is ''barely'' kept in check with the Jedi Code. But with a little work and kindness, she turns out to be incredibly shy and sweet, trying very much to pay the player character back for their kindness to her.
19th Dec '16 6:59:52 PM NineballCirno
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** Annah: in''VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment'': a brash FiryRedhead who claims she's only pretending to be interested in you... while blushing furiously. [[spoiler: It's revealed that her attraction for you, a man who's much older than her and very much not a good candidate for a healthy relationship, is her torment]].

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** Annah: in''VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment'': a brash FiryRedhead FieryRedhead who claims she's only pretending to be interested in you... while blushing furiously. [[spoiler: It's revealed that her attraction for you, a man who's much older than her and very much not a good candidate for a healthy relationship, is her torment]].



* In the second game of the ''Sonny'' series, Felicity is definitely this way: Her early interactions involve arguing with and trying to kill Sonny and Veradux (to get at a cassette tape Sonny was given by Louis early in the first game), but by the fifth zone she joins your party (claiming that she's [[IWasJustPassingThrough only doing it to take out the mayor]]), and in the final cinematic of the main story she's more calmly explaining to Sonny and the party why she was after the tape in a little more detail. Also, before joining the party she would usually greet Veradux with a throwing knife thrown into his face.

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* In the second game of the ''Sonny'' ''Videogame/{{Sonny}}'' series, Felicity is definitely this way: Her early interactions involve arguing with and trying to kill Sonny and Veradux (to get at a cassette tape Sonny was given by Louis early in the first game), but by the fifth zone she joins your party (claiming that she's [[IWasJustPassingThrough only doing it to take out the mayor]]), and in the final cinematic of the main story she's more calmly explaining to Sonny and the party why she was after the tape in a little more detail. Also, before joining the party she would usually greet Veradux with a throwing knife thrown into his face.
11th Dec '16 8:43:59 PM BattleMaster
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** Jahira in ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'' 2: she's a complainer to the point of being TheScrappy but warms up quite a bit if romanced.
** Annah: in''VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment'': a brash FiryRedhead who claims she's only pretending to be interested in you... while blushing furiously. [[spoiler: It's revealed that her attraction for you, a man who's much older than her and very much not a good candidate for a healthy relationship, is her torment]].
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