History WhamEpisode / VideoGames

13th Mar '17 12:21:25 PM KF106
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* ''VideoGame/FreedomPlanet'' has at least three of these moments.

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* ''VideoGame/FreedomPlanet'' has at least three four of these moments.


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** Pangu Lagoon: [[spoiler:After she's healed of her injuries by the Royal Magister, Lilac goes to investigate the ruins of an old civilization. There she fights a massive dragon, only for it to be revealed that it was a projection generated by an ancient security robot, who then plays a recording detailing that dragons came to Avalice centuries ago after their starships were stranded from their homeworld. Lacking any way to return, they used their energy reserves to create the Kingdom Stone, an artifact of great power that would provide technology and power to help the planet's own technology improve as Lilac's ancestors slowly died off.]]
6th Feb '17 3:12:47 AM Zadia
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** The True Lab: Alphys' experiments to unlock SOUL power went horribly awry, and ended with a vast number of braindead monsters melting together into abominations called the Amalgamates. Her failure at breaking the barrier and her horror at this led her to develop severe depression. In addition, Alphys created Flowey by sheer accident, because the flower she used had dust on it... the dust of Asriel, Toriel and Asgore's son.
4th Feb '17 7:05:56 AM Aribter-Nelson
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* ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes'' "Who Will Die?, part 5". Ever since the Who Will Die episodes started everyone knew one of universe's main heroes would die and never come back. But no one actually thought someone would be stupid enough to kill off Big Good, Statesman... [[BigBad Lord Recluse]] was [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou piiiiiissed]]. For some context Statesman was an ageless demi-god who along with Lord Recluse unleashed an age of Super-Powers on the world, for heroes he was their forebearer and for villain he was the reason their country had been founded, namely for the sake of killing him. That sort of Status Que upset was so preposterous most dismissed the very idea.
** As a grim follow-up it turned out in "Who Will Die?, part 6" said question was by no means isolated to [[LoopholeAbuse just one of the potential candidates]] among the main heroes, and Sister Psyche' met her end as well. Worst part; the baddies didn't even have the grace to kill her, instead they sabotaged her psychic powers to blow apart the brains of everyone in the city, so the act of actually killing Psyche' [[SacrificialLion to prevent this fate]] fell upon [[KillTheOnesYouLove her husband, Manticore]], [[MercyKill at her own]] request.
25th Jan '17 10:51:17 AM Monolaf317
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* ''VideoGame/{{Tattletail}}'':
** Christmas Eve. The "party" Tattletail and his friends throw in the basement turns into some kind of terrifying arcane ritual, complete with a pentagram drawn in Christmas lights, intended to banish the... thing that is Mama Tattletail.
** Prior to that is night 3, when Mama is properly introduced. The first two nights just introduced the mechanics and the spooky atmosphere; after you put that cassette in, you're now in actual danger.
21st Jan '17 6:08:13 PM WillyFourEyes
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*** "The Rite of Turnabout" starts off mostly light-hearted, with the return of Maya, and even after the murder it seems like any other case. Until the end... where you witness first-hand just how badly the DCA can affect Khura'in's people as you realize the victim committed suicide to spare his wife from it, and you find out that the royal family is even worse than anyone ever expected. And since these truths come out during a public trial, mass dissent is sparked, and the revolution kicks into full swing, with one of the key witnesses joining the cause. On top of that, you get a brief glimpse of Dhurke in the flesh. The writers specifically stated they made Case 4 Filler because the player would need a BreatherEpisode between all that and Case 5.
*** "Turnabout Revolution". To show how ridiculously whammy it is, the case just starts with Dhurke popping up in the Wright Anything Agency in the flesh, looking for Apollo, his foster son. Then you go to [[NostalgiaLevel Kurain Village]] to obtain the Founder's Orb, and after you do, Phoenix pops up and tells you that he's going to confront you in court tomorrow because his client claims the orb's ownership. In the trial you find out that Phoenix's client murdered the archeologist who was supposed to hand over the orb, and that he kidnapped Maya, which is why Phoenix is defending him. Then you go to Khura'in, and Dhurke is arrested for the murder of Inga, the Justice Minister. Further investigation reveals that Queen Amara was Dhurke's wife, and Dhurke tells you that he's secretly dying. The final trial is no less shocking, what with the reveal that Dhurke was dead before the case even began, Queen Amara is alive and was disguised as Nayna, and Queen Ga'ran killed both Apollo's biological father and Inga. Plus Nahyuta is Rayfa's brother.

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*** "The Rite of Turnabout" starts off mostly light-hearted, with the return of Maya, and even after the murder it seems like any other case. Until the end... where you witness first-hand just how badly the DCA can affect Khura'in's people as you realize the victim [[DrivenToSuicide committed suicide suicide]] to spare his wife from it, and you find out that the royal family is even worse than anyone ever expected. And since these truths come out during a public trial, mass dissent is sparked, and the revolution kicks into full swing, with one of the key witnesses joining the cause. On top of that, you get a brief glimpse of Dhurke in the flesh. The writers specifically stated they made Case 4 Filler because the player would need a BreatherEpisode between all that and Case 5.
*** "Turnabout Revolution". To show how ridiculously whammy it is, the case just starts with Dhurke popping up in the Wright Anything Agency in the flesh, looking for Apollo, his foster son. Then you go to [[NostalgiaLevel Kurain Village]] to obtain the Founder's Orb, and after you do, Phoenix pops up and tells you that he's going to confront you in court tomorrow because his client claims the orb's ownership. In the trial you find out that Phoenix's client murdered the archeologist who was supposed to hand over the orb, and that he kidnapped Maya, which is why Phoenix is defending him. Then you go to Khura'in, and Dhurke is arrested for the murder of Inga, the Justice Minister. Further investigation reveals that Queen Amara was Dhurke's wife, and Dhurke tells you that he's secretly dying. SecretlyDying. The final trial is no less shocking, what with the reveal that Dhurke was [[DeadAllAlong dead before the case even began, began]], Queen Amara is alive and was disguised as Nayna, and Queen Ga'ran killed both Apollo's biological father and Inga. Plus Nahyuta is Rayfa's brother.
28th Dec '16 6:35:05 PM Mullon
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* The final level, Solitar, from ''VideoGame/PropCycle'' changes the nature of the setting. The rest of the game looks fantasy, but the final level shows modern technology, and the planet actually appears to be AfterTheEnd following some catastrophe that destroyed the planet.
12th Dec '16 5:24:54 AM Galliwasp
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** Merrill's final companion quest (ignoring the later conversation quest unlocked at 100% friendship/rivalry) arguably qualifies. After spending the greater part of a decade partnering with a demon to try to fix an ancient mirror to reclaim centuries of lost knowledge and culture taken away from her people, she learns that [[spoiler: Marethari, her mentor from her old clan, allowed the demon to possess her to protect Merrill and that you must now kill her to destroy it once and for all]]. On top of that, unless you pick the right dialogue choice [[spoiler: the rest of her clan will attack your party out of outrage at their keeper's death, forcing you to KillEmAll. [[DownerEnding The mirror doesn't even get fixed]].]]



* "Revelations" is a particular Wham Episode among the companion quests. [[spoiler:Your Grey Warden companion, Blackwall, is actually Thom Rainier, a man who ordered the slaughter of a Lord and his family, then abandoned his men to take the fall while he went into hiding, eventually taking up the identity of Blackwall after the ''real'' Blackwall died protecting Rainier.]]

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* ** "Revelations" is a particular Wham Episode among the companion quests. [[spoiler:Your Grey Warden companion, Blackwall, is actually Thom Rainier, a man who ordered the slaughter of a Lord and his family, then abandoned his men to take the fall while he went into hiding, eventually taking up the identity of Blackwall after the ''real'' Blackwall died protecting Rainier.]]
** The ''Trespasser'' DLC is basically one giant WhamEpisode from start to finish. Taking place a few years after the game's ending, it includes some lovely lore and story revelations like the fact that the elven gods worshiped by the Dalish were [[spoiler: actually all warring tyrannical mages who took lowlier elves as slaves]]; that [[spoiler: Fen'Harel, the "Dread Wolf" remembered as an amoral TricksterGod who imprisoned the other gods in Dalish tradition]], was actually [[spoiler: a rebel who liberated these slaves]]; that [[spoiler: the Veil that separates the physical world from the Fade was actually created by Fen'Harel to imprison these false gods at great cost to the elven people]]; and that [[spoiler: Fen'Harel]] survives today as [[spoiler: no other than your vanished former companion Solas, who now wishes to undo what he did and destroy the Veil to restore the elves to their former glory, at the cost of the likely destruction of everybody else]]. Oh, and if you [[spoiler: let the Iron Bull's friends die in his companion quest, he'll reveal that he secretly re-joined the Ben-Hassrath since you last met and was spying for them ever since, after which you'll have to kill him in battle. [[PlayerPunch Even if you romanced him]].
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11th Dec '16 4:49:28 PM Gosicrystal
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** ''[[VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneySpiritOfJustice Spirit of Justice]]'':
*** "The Rite of Turnabout" starts off mostly light-hearted, with the return of Maya, and even after the murder it seems like any other case. Until the end... where you witness first-hand just how badly the DCA can affect Khura'in's people as you realize the victim committed suicide to spare his wife from it, and you find out that the royal family is even worse than anyone ever expected. And since these truths come out during a public trial, mass dissent is sparked, and the revolution kicks into full swing, with one of the key witnesses joining the cause. On top of that, you get a brief glimpse of Dhurke in the flesh. The writers specifically stated they made Case 4 Filler because the player would need a BreatherEpisode between all that and Case 5.
*** "Turnabout Revolution". To show how ridiculously whammy it is, the case just starts with Dhurke popping up in the Wright Anything Agency in the flesh, looking for Apollo, his foster son. Then you go to [[NostalgiaLevel Kurain Village]] to obtain the Founder's Orb, and after you do, Phoenix pops up and tells you that he's going to confront you in court tomorrow because his client claims the orb's ownership. In the trial you find out that Phoenix's client murdered the archeologist who was supposed to hand over the orb, and that he kidnapped Maya, which is why Phoenix is defending him. Then you go to Khura'in, and Dhurke is arrested for the murder of Inga, the Justice Minister. Further investigation reveals that Queen Amara was Dhurke's wife, and Dhurke tells you that he's secretly dying. The final trial is no less shocking, what with the reveal that Dhurke was dead before the case even began, Queen Amara is alive and was disguised as Nayna, and Queen Ga'ran killed both Apollo's biological father and Inga. Plus Nahyuta is Rayfa's brother.



*** [[spoiler:[[SuperPrototype X-49]] destroying [[CityOnTheWater Megafloat]]]] after you spend 3/4 of the game protecting the city from every MegaCorp who tried to militarize, capture, fought over and then destroy it.
*** Discovering the true nature of [[spoiler: Nemo]] and his whereabouts. [[spoiler: He's just an AI part of a war simulation and is released at the end of the experiment.]]

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*** [[spoiler:[[SuperPrototype [[SuperPrototype X-49]] destroying [[CityOnTheWater Megafloat]]]] Megafloat]] after you spend 3/4 of the game protecting the city from every MegaCorp who tried to militarize, capture, fought over and then destroy it.
*** Discovering the true nature of [[spoiler: Nemo]] Nemo and his whereabouts. [[spoiler: He's just an AI part of a war simulation and is released at the end of the experiment.]]



*** The whole Osea-Yuktobania war is [[spoiler: the work of the Grey Men, powerful Belkan politicians and businessmen who harbored a plot to push the two countries to destroy each other to get revenge for the last war]]. Including [[spoiler: providing them with nuclear weapons]].
*** The shadowy and secret 8492nd squadron that shows up from time to time to give are [[spoiler:Belkan aces and high-ranking officers infiltrated in the Osean military, who work with the Grey Men to either help or hinder Osean progress to make the war last]]. Including [[spoiler: trying to murder you and framing you for espionage and treason when you prove too dangerous for their plans]].

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*** The whole Osea-Yuktobania war is [[spoiler: the work of the Grey Men, powerful Belkan politicians and businessmen who harbored a plot to push the two countries to destroy each other to get revenge for the last war]]. war. Including [[spoiler: providing them with nuclear weapons]].
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*** The shadowy and secret 8492nd squadron that shows up from time to time to give are [[spoiler:Belkan Belkan aces and high-ranking officers infiltrated in the Osean military, who work with the Grey Men to either help or hinder Osean progress to make the war last]]. last. Including [[spoiler: trying to murder you and framing you for espionage and treason when you prove too dangerous for their plans]].plans.



*** Belka (an {{Expy}} blend of modernized UsefulNotes/ImperialGermany and UsefulNotes/NaziGermany) becomes desperate enough that they want to end the war by [[NukeEm dropping nuclear weapons]] on their own cities to stave off the advancing allied forces. Your squadron shoots down the bombers carrying the nukes and rejoice for avoiding the disaster, suddenly the music stops, a bright light blinds you temporarily and the game seems to freeze and lag for a split second. When it stops, the sky turned gray with an awfully strong wind and the graphics, radio and HUD become distorted. Then you see what looks like a second sun, eerily low, large and close to the ground... [[spoiler: There were seven more nukes.]]
*** [[WellIntentionedExtremist A World With No Boundaries]]' King, the BigBad of the second part of the game, is [[spoiler: Pixy]].

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*** Belka (an {{Expy}} blend of modernized UsefulNotes/ImperialGermany and UsefulNotes/NaziGermany) becomes desperate enough that they want to end the war by [[NukeEm dropping nuclear weapons]] on their own cities to stave off the advancing allied forces. Your squadron shoots down the bombers carrying the nukes and rejoice for avoiding the disaster, suddenly the music stops, a bright light blinds you temporarily and the game seems to freeze and lag for a split second. When it stops, the sky turned gray with an awfully strong wind and the graphics, radio and HUD become distorted. Then you see what looks like a second sun, eerily low, large and close to the ground... [[spoiler: There were seven more nukes.]]
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*** [[WellIntentionedExtremist A World With No Boundaries]]' King, the BigBad of the second part of the game, is [[spoiler: Pixy]].Pixy.



* ''VideoGame/AliceMadnessReturns'' has Alice's final trip into the burning house to discover who or what caused the fire that killed her family ten years ago: her current therapist, Dr. Bumby, who was attempting to cover up the rape of Alice's sister.
** Later, the encounter with the Dollmaker, the Wonderland representation of Dr. Bumby. Turns out his memory alteration experiments were to make sure his patients (all of them children) didn't remember being used as prostitutes.

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* ''VideoGame/AliceMadnessReturns'' has ''VideoGame/AliceMadnessReturns'':
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Alice's final trip into the burning house to discover who or what caused the fire that killed her family ten years ago: her current therapist, Dr. Bumby, who was attempting to cover up the rape of Alice's sister.
** Later, the The encounter with the Dollmaker, the Wonderland representation of Dr. Bumby. Turns out his memory alteration experiments were to make sure his patients (all of them children) didn't remember being used as prostitutes.
11th Dec '16 4:27:45 PM Gosicrystal
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'''Due to the nature of the trope, UNMARKED SPOILERS ahead.'''
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* ''Franchise/AceAttorney'':
** ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorney: Justice For All'', case four. Not only is the true murderer one of the most vile people in the series, with an unexpected [[BitchInSheepsClothing personality revelation]], but he's also ''your client'', which also serves as a Wham Episode to Phoenix himself. The case also brings back Miles Edgeworth, previously thought to be dead.
** The fifth case of ''Trials and Tribulations''. The first part of the final trial reveals that Iris was indeed in two places at once. One of them was her channeled dead sister Dahlia.
** ''VisualNovel/ApolloJusticeAceAttorney'' manages this right out of the gate with its first episode. Kristoph Gavin, someone you went into the game completely trusting as the protagonist's boss and mentor, ends up being the guilty party. The ride just keeps going from there but needless to say it's a hard-hitting way to start the game.
** The fourth case of ''[[VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyDualDestinies Dual Destinies]]'' ends with you proving your client's innocence with a decisive piece of evidence… only for that evidence to immediately implicate ''Athena'' as the real murderer. The case closes with her arrest.
** By the end of chapter 4 of ''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonVsPhoenixWrightAceAttorney'', Layton has been supposedly turned to gold, and Maya is presumably burned to death. They come back in the middle of an unknown location halfway through the following chapter, though.



* ''VisualNovel/ApolloJusticeAceAttorney'' manages this right out of the gate with its first episode. [[spoiler:Kristoph Gavin, someone you went into the game completely trusting as the protagonist's boss and mentor, ends up being the guilty party.]] The ride just keeps going from there but needless to say it's a hard-hitting way to start the game.



* ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorney: Justice For All'', case four. Not only is the true murderer one of the most vile people in the series, with an unexpected [[BitchInSheepsClothing personality revelation]], but he's also [[spoiler: ''your client'']], which also serves as a Wham Episode to Phoenix himself. The case also brings back [[spoiler: Miles Edgeworth]], previously thought to be dead.
** And the fifth case of ''Trials and Tribulations''. The first part of the final trial reveals that Iris [[spoiler: was indeed in two places at once. One of them was her channeled dead sister Dahlia.]]
** The fourth case of ''Dual Destinies'' ends with you proving your client's innocence with a decisive piece of evidence… only for that evidence to immediately implicate ''Athena'' as the real murderer. The case closes with her arrest.
** By the end of chapter 4 of ''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonVsPhoenixWrightAceAttorney'', Layton has been supposedly turned to gold, and Maya is presumably burned to death. They come back in the middle of an unknown location halfway through the following chapter, though.
* ''VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment'' contains quite a few of these lovely little moments, usually when some plot-critical detail gets broken to you. The encounter with Ravel Puzzlewell is probably the best of the considerable lot.
** Doubly applies here because after this point, the game setting, pace and style changes so completely that, on returning the Sigil, it doesn't seem the same.

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* ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorney: Justice For All'', case four. Not only is the true murderer one of the most vile people in the series, with an unexpected [[BitchInSheepsClothing personality revelation]], but he's also [[spoiler: ''your client'']], which also serves as a Wham Episode to Phoenix himself. The case also brings back [[spoiler: Miles Edgeworth]], previously thought to be dead.
** And the fifth case of ''Trials and Tribulations''. The first part of the final trial reveals that Iris [[spoiler: was indeed in two places at once. One of them was her channeled dead sister Dahlia.]]
** The fourth case of ''Dual Destinies'' ends with you proving your client's innocence with a decisive piece of evidence… only for that evidence to immediately implicate ''Athena'' as the real murderer. The case closes with her arrest.
** By the end of chapter 4 of ''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonVsPhoenixWrightAceAttorney'', Layton has been supposedly turned to gold, and Maya is presumably burned to death. They come back in the middle of an unknown location halfway through the following chapter, though.
* ''VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment'' contains quite a few of these lovely little moments, usually when some plot-critical detail gets broken to you. The encounter with Ravel Puzzlewell is probably the best of the considerable lot.
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lot. Doubly applies here because after this point, the game setting, pace and style changes so completely that, on returning the Sigil, it doesn't seem the same.



** Similarly, [[VideoGame/{{Portal2}} the sequel]] smacks you with similar wham episodes. Some of the whammiest, organised by chapter:
*** "The Courtesy Call": [=GLaDOS=] wakes up ([[TrailersAlwaysSpoil not that you knew that already]]), [[spoiler:Wheatley]] dies, and Chell's thrown back in the DeathCourse.
*** "The Escape": More running around behind the scenes, which ends with Chell [[spoiler:deposing [=GLaDOS=] by hitting the Stalemate Resolution Button and sticking the (now-recovered) Wheatley in charge. [[YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle He then]] [[FaceHeelTurn goes mad]], turns [=GLaDOS=] into a [[BalefulPolymorph potato battery]] and punches you both into a pit after one too many whacks to the BerserkButton.]]
*** "The Reunion": [[spoiler:We wander through the history of Aperture and discover [[BrainUploading GLaDOS used to be human]].]]
*** "[[ThisIsThePartWhere The Part Where...]] [[spoiler:He Kills You]]": The final boss fight. [[spoiler:After Chell beats him and goes to put [=GLaDOS=] back in charge, it's revealed Wheatley [[CrazyPrepared booby trapped the Stalemate Resolution Button.]] [[{{Determinator}} Chell survives]], and beats him once and for all by ''shooting a portal on the moon and'' ''[[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome sending him to space.]]'' [=GLaDOS=] saves your life, then deletes her CharacterDevelopment... and [[SubvertedTrope lets you]] [[MurderIsTheBestSolution go anyways.]]]] ''Phew.''
* ''Franchise/ProfessorLayton'' ''[[VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndTheAzranLegacy and the Azran Legacy]]'' has no less than the biggest whams in the prequel trilogy, if not the entire series: [[spoiler: Emmy was a mole for Targent all along, monitoring Layton and Luke's progress. Descole is ''Layton's brother'', "Hershel" is ''his'' real name, which he gave to his brother when the Laytons came to adopt him, and their father is ''Leon Bronev, the leader of Targent'']]. '''''Holy shit'''''.
* ''VideoGame/{{Prototype}}'''s Web Of Intrigue videos go from interesting background to holy-shit-mindfuckery in a single sentence: "Tell me about PARIAH."

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* ''VideoGame/{{Portal2}}'':
** Similarly, [[VideoGame/{{Portal2}} the sequel]] smacks you with similar wham episodes. Some of the whammiest, organised by chapter:
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"The Courtesy Call": [=GLaDOS=] wakes up ([[TrailersAlwaysSpoil not that you knew that already]]), [[spoiler:Wheatley]] dies, and Chell's thrown back in the DeathCourse.
*** ** "The Escape": More running around behind the scenes, which ends with Chell [[spoiler:deposing [=GLaDOS=] by hitting the Stalemate Resolution Button and sticking the (now-recovered) Wheatley in charge. [[YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle He then]] [[FaceHeelTurn goes mad]], turns [=GLaDOS=] into a [[BalefulPolymorph potato battery]] and punches you both into a pit after one too many whacks to the BerserkButton.]]
*** ** "The Reunion": [[spoiler:We wander through the history of Aperture and discover [[BrainUploading GLaDOS used to be human]].]]
*** ** "[[ThisIsThePartWhere The Part Where...]] [[spoiler:He Kills You]]": The final boss fight. [[spoiler:After Chell beats him and goes to put [=GLaDOS=] back in charge, it's revealed Wheatley [[CrazyPrepared booby trapped the Stalemate Resolution Button.]] [[{{Determinator}} Chell survives]], and beats him once and for all by ''shooting a portal on the moon and'' ''[[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome sending him to space.]]'' [=GLaDOS=] saves your life, then deletes her CharacterDevelopment... and [[SubvertedTrope lets you]] [[MurderIsTheBestSolution go anyways.]]]] ''Phew.''
* ''Franchise/ProfessorLayton'' ''[[VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndTheAzranLegacy and the Azran Legacy]]'' ''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndTheAzranLegacy'' has no less than the biggest whams in the prequel trilogy, if not the entire series: [[spoiler: Emmy was a mole for Targent all along, monitoring Layton and Luke's progress. Descole is ''Layton's brother'', "Hershel" is ''his'' real name, which he gave to his brother when the Laytons came to adopt him, and their father is ''Leon Bronev, the leader of Targent'']]. '''''Holy shit'''''.
* ''VideoGame/{{Prototype}}'''s ''VideoGame/{{Prototype}}'':
** The
Web Of Intrigue videos go from interesting background to holy-shit-mindfuckery in a single sentence: "Tell me about PARIAH."
2nd Dec '16 9:30:06 AM Revaryk
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** VideoGame/PokemonSunandMoon has a {{Wham Episode}} in the form of the second visit to the Aether Foundation. The first visit had a Wham Moment where the first Ultra Beast to show up, Nihilego, shows up, but doesn't compare to the second visit. In the second visit, you find out about Lusamine's true colors as an abusive parent to Lillie ''and'' Gladion, Team Skull, the built-up enemies to Aether Foundation, are in their plan too, and the illegal experimentation that is committed in Aether Foundation. Lusamine also manages to almost ''kill'' Nebby, Lillie's Cosmog, in a successful attempt to open the Ultra Wormhole, where the Ultra Beasts come from. At this moment, it opens, releasing Ultra Beasts on every island, leading up to the post-game quest of catching them.

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** VideoGame/PokemonSunandMoon ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' has a {{Wham Episode}} in the form of the second visit to the Aether Foundation. The first visit had a Wham Moment where the first Ultra Beast to show up, Nihilego, shows up, but doesn't compare to the second visit. In the second visit, you find out about Lusamine's true colors as an abusive parent to Lillie ''and'' Gladion, Team Skull, the built-up enemies to Aether Foundation, are in their plan too, and the illegal experimentation that is committed in Aether Foundation. Lusamine also manages to almost ''kill'' Nebby, Lillie's Cosmog, in a successful attempt to open the Ultra Wormhole, where the Ultra Beasts come from. At this moment, it opens, releasing Ultra Beasts on every island, leading up to the post-game quest of catching them.
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