History VideoGame / Calling

28th Nov '17 3:04:43 PM Miruka
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* JumpScare: This game thrives on these types of thrills. Even exiting a menu or making an about-face will make you wet your pants.'

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* JumpScare: This game thrives on these types of thrills. Even exiting a menu or making an about-face turning around quickly will make you wet your pants.'



* MaleGaze: Makoto manages to get a good look at the hotel spirit's cleavage and probably would have appreciated it more if she wasn't trying to kill him as it happens.

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* MaleGaze: Makoto manages to get a good look at the hotel spirit's cleavage cleavage, and probably would have appreciated it more if she wasn't trying to kill him as it happens.



** One of the malevolent spirits was an otaku that died of over exhaustion at an internet cafe.

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** One of the malevolent spirits was an otaku that died of over exhaustion at an internet Internet cafe.



** This costs [[spoiler:Rin]] her life when she fails to [[spoiler:receive forgiveness from Reiko because she cannot hear her apologize and Reiko still believes her to be a liar]]. [[color:white:The cell phone turns out to be the key to getting through to Reiko.]]

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** This costs [[spoiler:Rin]] her life in the default ending when she fails to [[spoiler:receive forgiveness from Reiko because she cannot hear her apologize and Reiko still believes her to be a liar]]. [[color:white:The cell phone turns out to be the key to getting through to Reiko.]]



* ShootTheShaggyDog: [[spoiler:After regaining her memories of Reiko and the accident that triggered her suicide, Rin tries to apologize to her. Reiko responds by tricking her into falling out the same window she jumped from, letting her plummet to her death.]] [[color:white:This is the fake ending.]]

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* ShootTheShaggyDog: [[spoiler:After regaining her memories of Reiko and the accident that triggered her suicide, Rin tries to apologize to her. Reiko responds by tricking her into falling out the same window she jumped from, letting her plummet to her death.]] [[color:white:This is the fake bad ending.]]
20th Oct '17 8:46:35 PM rjd1922
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A rather obscure game, Calling is a survival horror game for the Wii, released in late 2009 for Japan and early 2010 for the United States. While most major review sites gave Calling depressingly low scores, some fans have come to view this game as a hidden gem.

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A rather obscure game, Calling ''Calling'' is a survival horror SurvivalHorror game for the Wii, released in late 2009 for Japan and early 2010 for the United States. While most major review sites gave Calling ''Calling'' depressingly low scores, some fans have come to view this game as a hidden gem.
22nd Nov '16 11:56:34 AM crazysamaritan
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* GhostLights: Usually indicates a hotspot for white noise.
18th May '15 8:34:40 AM Morgenthaler
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** The premise of the game borrows largely from the J-horror genre of films including ChakushinAri, Film/{{Juon}}, and TheRing.

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** The premise of the game borrows largely from the J-horror genre of films including ChakushinAri, Film/ChakushinAri, Film/{{Juon}}, and TheRing.Film/TheRing.
18th May '15 3:15:13 AM erforce
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* ShoutOut: The premise of the game borrows largely from the J-horror genre of films including ChakushinAri, Film/{{Juon}}, and TheRing.
** The doll riding a tricycle may remind some players of a [[{{Saw}} similar doll from a certain film series]].

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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The premise of the game borrows largely from the J-horror genre of films including ChakushinAri, Film/{{Juon}}, and TheRing.
** The doll riding a tricycle may remind some players of a [[{{Saw}} [[Franchise/{{Saw}} similar doll from a certain film series]].
29th Oct '14 7:34:08 AM Black_Diesel
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23rd Mar '14 10:39:21 AM Nire
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* CatsAreMean: Averted; the black cat might scare the bejeebus out of you, but following it is generally a good idea.
30th Oct '13 12:14:48 AM Koveras
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Not to be confused with the {{manga}} ''Manga/{{Calling}}'', the band Music/TheCalling or the ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' novel ''Literature/TheCalling''.

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Not to be confused with the {{manga}} ''Manga/{{Calling}}'', the band Music/TheCalling or the ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' ''Franchise/DragonAge'' tie-in novel ''Literature/TheCalling''.
9th May '13 5:47:24 PM TVRulezAgain
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* AbandonedHospital: Subverted due to the fact that you're not on the same plane of the living nor the dead. In reality the hospital could be bustling and crowded at the time you're exploring it.

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* AbandonedHospital: Subverted due to the fact that because you're not on the same plane of the living nor the dead. In reality the hospital could be bustling and crowded at the time you're exploring it.



* CatScare: Literally. This usually serves to warn you about an [[{{JumpScare}} upcoming fright]] unless you do what the cat wants.

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* CatScare: Literally. This usually serves to warn you about an [[{{JumpScare}} upcoming fright]] unless you do what the cat wants.



** The Black Page curses anyone who visits it to die and even has a counter showing how many people have died after visiting it.

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** The Black Page curses anyone who visits it to die and even has a counter showing how many people have died after visiting it.



* ShootTheShaggyDog: [[spoiler:After regaining her memories of Reiko and the accident that triggered her suicide, Rin attempts to apologize to her. Reiko responds by tricking her into falling out the same window she jumped from, letting her plummet to her death.]] [[color:white:This is the fake ending.]]

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* ShootTheShaggyDog: [[spoiler:After regaining her memories of Reiko and the accident that triggered her suicide, Rin attempts tries to apologize to her. Reiko responds by tricking her into falling out the same window she jumped from, letting her plummet to her death.]] [[color:white:This is the fake ending.]]


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* WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: Reiko.
3rd Mar '13 4:15:59 PM nombretomado
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Not to be confused with the {{manga}} ''Manga/{{Calling}}'', the band Music/TheCalling or the ''VideoGame/DragonAge'' novel ''Literature/TheCalling''.

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Not to be confused with the {{manga}} ''Manga/{{Calling}}'', the band Music/TheCalling or the ''VideoGame/DragonAge'' ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' novel ''Literature/TheCalling''.
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