History UnstoppableRage / VideoGames

6th Oct '17 12:14:25 PM BeerBaron
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

** From the series' backstory comes Pelinal Whitestrake, the [[LongDeadBadass legendary 1st Era hero]] of mankind/[[FantasticRacism racist]] [[TheBerserker berserker]]. Believed to have been a [[EternalHero Shezarrine]], [[GodInHumanForm physical incarnations]] of the spirit of the [[GodIsDead "dead" creator god]] Lorkhan (known to the Imperials as "[[IHaveManyNames Shezarr]]"), Pelinal came to [[FounderOfTheKingdom St. Alessia]] to serve as her [[PhysicalGod divine champion]] in the war against the [[AbusivePrecursors Ayleids]]. Pelinal would fly into fits of such legendary rage (''mostly'' directed at the Ayleids) during which he [[BloodSplatteredWarrior would be stained with their blood]] and [[PaintTheTownRed left so much carnage in his wake]] that Kyne, one of the [[OurGodsAreDifferent Divines]], would have to [[CueTheRain send in her rain]] to cleanse Ayleid forts and village before they could be used by Alessia's forces. In one particularly infamous fit of rage, Pelinal went so berserk that he not only slew the Ayleids in a particular kingdom, but ''erased their lands from the world''. The Divines were so disgusted with his actions that they ''nearly left the world'' if not for Alessia making sacrifices to regain their favor.
3rd Oct '17 7:25:25 AM salvadorfranz
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsOfColdSteel III'', [[TheHero Rean Schwarzer]] undergoes through this thanks to a combination of events that happen in quick succession. To wit: [[spoiler: he loses control of his SuperpoweredEvilSide after watching the [[CoolShip Courageous]] destroyed in the sky with his friends and allies still aboard, nearly seeing his student Altina die in front of him, ''seeing Millium die in front of him to protect him'', and the latter's soul being used to forge a sword capable of destroying a Divine Beast.]] End result: one pissed off man who kills the beast in his SuperRobot and [[spoiler: unintentionally spreads darkness throughout the Erebonian empire.]] Oh and after killing it, he ''still hacks it over and over again'' until it finally dies for real. And ''he still doesn't stop there'' as he goes straight for the culprits. It takes at least two other people in their own super robots to restrain him just to make him stop. And he ''still'' wants to go after the culprits after that!
14th Jul '17 10:05:18 PM DastardlyDemolition
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* In the ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'' series the Pre-War military drug "Psycho" is purposefully designed to cause this in users. It increases tolerance to pain and causes extreme anger and recklessness which makes them great for assaults that require a lot of very angry soldiers thrown at somebody. In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' the ChosenOne finds records that mixing the drug with Buffout, a highly advanced steroid that increases a body's strength, endurance, and agility, (along with other clandestine chemicals) made the test subject violent and strong enough to rip their way ''reinforced steel door''. The ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'' drug "Psychobuff" is a pale shade of the drug but still deadly.

to:

* In the ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'' series the Pre-War military drug "Psycho" "[[PsychoSerum Psycho]]" is purposefully designed to cause this in users. It increases tolerance to pain and causes extreme anger and recklessness which makes them great for assaults that require a lot of very angry soldiers thrown at somebody. In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' the ChosenOne finds records that mixing the drug with Buffout, a highly advanced steroid that increases a body's strength, endurance, and agility, (along with other clandestine chemicals) made the test subject violent and strong enough to rip their way ''reinforced steel door''. The ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'' drug "Psychobuff" is a pale shade of the drug but still deadly.
14th Jul '17 8:18:10 PM DastardlyDemolition
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* In the ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'' series the Pre-War military drug "Psycho" is purposefully designed to cause this in users. It increases tolerance to pain and causes extreme anger and recklessness which makes them great for assaults that require a lot of very angry soldiers thrown at somebody. In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' the ChosenOne finds records that mixing the drug with Buffout, a highly advanced steroid that increases a body's strength, endurance, and agility, (along with other clandestine chemicals) made the test subject violent and strong enough to rip their way ''reinforced steel door''. The ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'' drug "Psychobuff" is a pale shade of the drug but still deadly.
5th Jul '17 8:34:37 PM Loekman3
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** He makes [[VideoGame/{{Prototype}} Alex Mercer]] and [[VideoGame/GodOfWar Kratos]] look like yoga instructors in comparison.

to:

** He makes [[VideoGame/{{Prototype}} Alex Mercer]] and [[VideoGame/GodOfWar [[VideoGame/GodOfWarSeries Kratos]] look like yoga instructors in comparison.



* "Unstoppable Rage" sums up [[VillainProtagonist Kratos]] from the ''VideoGame/GodOfWar'' series. Plus, he has an ability named "Rage of the Gods/Titans/[[spoiler:Sparta]]", that makes him more unstoppable.

to:

* "Unstoppable Rage" sums up [[VillainProtagonist Kratos]] from the ''VideoGame/GodOfWar'' series.''VideoGame/GodOfWarSeries''. Plus, he has an ability named "Rage of the Gods/Titans/[[spoiler:Sparta]]", that makes him more unstoppable.
28th Jun '17 9:16:01 AM Universalist
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''VideoGame/AsurasWrath''. It's all in the title. How unstoppable is his rage? Nothing, not fleets of spacecraft, not GaiasVengeance, not even [[spoiler: ''[[{{God}} God himself]]'']] can stop him.
** Asura goes from "pissed off" to "pissed off enough to punch a planet-sized Buddha to death" to "pissed off enough to not care that my arms have shattered" to "pissed off to the point that I'm indiscriminately firing nuclear-scale explosions into space."
** Late in the game, Asura has become so unthinkingly, unstoppably pissed off that Yasha realizes the only way to calm him down is to ''kill him''. [[EscapedFromHell They've killed him three times already and he just keeps coming back]] [[{{Determinator}} faster each time]], so this isn't quite as extreme as it sounds.
** He makes [[VideoGame/{{Prototype}} Alex Mercer]] and [[VideoGame/GodOfWar Kratos]] look like yoga instructors in comparison.
** Of note, however, is that in spite of Asura's wrath being a terrifying and unstoppable force, he is at the same time not a '''mindless''' force. Even when completely lost within his own sheer, violent, supreme hatred, Asura still refrains from harming innocents and noncombatants. But anything he perceives as an enemy -- such as the Gohma or the Seven Deities and their soldiers -- are targets.



* ''VideoGame/AsurasWrath''. It's all in the title. How unstoppable is his rage? Nothing, not fleets of spacecraft, not GaiasVengeance, not even [[spoiler: ''[[{{God}} God himself]]'']] can stop him.
** Asura goes from "pissed off" to "pissed off enough to punch a planet-sized Buddha to death" to "pissed off enough to not care that my arms have shattered" to "pissed off to the point that I'm indiscriminately firing nuclear-scale explosions into space."
** Late in the game, Asura has become so unthinkingly, unstoppably pissed off that Yasha realizes the only way to calm him down is to ''kill him''. [[EscapedFromHell They've killed him three times already and he just keeps coming back]] [[{{Determinator}} faster each time]], so this isn't quite as extreme as it sounds.
** He makes [[VideoGame/{{Prototype}} Alex Mercer]] and [[VideoGame/GodOfWar Kratos]] look like yoga instructors in comparison.
** Of note, however, is that in spite of Asura's wrath being a terrifying and unstoppable force, he is at the same time not a '''mindless''' force. Even when completely lost within his own sheer, violent, supreme hatred, Asura still refrains from harming innocents and noncombatants. But anything he perceives as an enemy -- such as the Gohma or the Seven Deities and their soldiers -- are targets.
13th Apr '17 7:21:13 AM BeerBaron
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** In ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]'', [[TheSpymater Spymaster]] of the Blades and primary QuestGiver for the first act of the main quest, Caius Cosades, will fly into one of these if you kill one of your fellow Blades or one of the informants he sends you to talk to. He will be SuddenlyShouting and will give you a big GetOut, breaking the standard way of beating the main quest.

to:

** In ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]'', [[TheSpymater [[TheSpymaster Spymaster]] of the Blades and primary QuestGiver for the first act of the main quest, Caius Cosades, will fly into one of these if you kill one of your fellow Blades or one of the informants he sends you to talk to. He will be SuddenlyShouting and will give you a big GetOut, breaking the standard way of beating the main quest.
13th Apr '17 7:00:39 AM BeerBaron
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* In ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion'', [[TheScrappy Maglir]] at the end of the Fighter's Guild has one of these.
** Also, the Daedra Lords should you fail one of their quests, especially if you choose not to return Umbra to Clavicus Vile.
** In the Shivering Islands, Sheogorath has a few of these, though they are mostly funny.
** Though you don't see it, Falcar supposedly had one before leaving the Mages Guild in Cheydenhal.

to:

* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls''
** Throughout the series, once they became [[PromotedToPlayable playable]], [[OurOrcsAreDifferent Orcs]] have had this as a racial ability. It significantly increases their ability to dish out ''and'' take damage for a duration of time.
**
In ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion'', ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]'', [[TheSpymater Spymaster]] of the Blades and primary QuestGiver for the first act of the main quest, Caius Cosades, will fly into one of these if you kill one of your fellow Blades or one of the informants he sends you to talk to. He will be SuddenlyShouting and will give you a big GetOut, breaking the standard way of beating the main quest.
** ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]]'':
***
[[TheScrappy Maglir]] at the end of the Fighter's Guild has one of these.
** *** Also, the Daedra Lords Daedric Princes should you fail one of their quests, especially if you choose not to return Umbra [[YourSoulIsMine Umbra]] to [[DealWithTheDevil Clavicus Vile.
**
Vile]].
***
In the Shivering Islands, Sheogorath ''Shivering Isles'' expansion, [[MadGod Sheogorath]] has a few of these, though [[PlayedForLaughs they are mostly funny.
**
funny]].
***
Though you don't see it, Falcar supposedly had one before leaving the Mages Guild in Cheydenhal.
1st Apr '17 4:25:41 PM Blacknight777
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

*In Peter Jacksons King Kong the Official Video Game, this is one of Kongs abilities. With the use of good old [[ButtonMashing button mashing]], Kong will [[PrimalChestPound pound on his chest]]. Should the player do this long enough without interruption, Kong will become enraged for a limited amount of time, making his attacks stronger than before.
25th Jan '17 11:49:52 AM JulianRayne
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Being really really angry is a common form of boost for Melee classes, such as a Paladin (Avenging Wrath), Shaman (Shamanstic Rage), Warrior, (Enrage) Druid, (Berserk). The only Melee classes that ''don't'' do this are weakling Rogues and semi-emotionless death knights. And then there's the raid-wide buffs Heroism, Bloodlust, and Ancient Hysteria, which are essentially PalletteSwaps of the same "Everyone in the raid goes berserk and starts attacking really fast" ability, or the Racial "Get Angry" abilities of Trolls and Orcs. Getting angry is the leading cause of increased damage in WorldOfWarcraft.

to:

** Being really really angry is a common form of boost for Melee classes, such as a Paladin (Avenging Wrath), Shaman (Shamanstic Rage), Warrior, (Enrage) Druid, (Berserk). The only Melee classes that ''don't'' do this are weakling Rogues and semi-emotionless death knights. And then there's the raid-wide buffs Heroism, Bloodlust, and Ancient Hysteria, which are essentially PalletteSwaps PaletteSwaps of the same "Everyone in the raid goes berserk and starts attacking really fast" ability, or the Racial "Get Angry" abilities of Trolls and Orcs. Getting angry is the leading cause of increased damage in WorldOfWarcraft.
This list shows the last 10 events of 26. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=UnstoppableRage.VideoGames