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4th Jun '16 5:20:03 AM Valiona
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* Yukari, in the wake of seeing how strong and genuine the friendship of the [[{{VideoGame/Persona4}} Investigation Team]] is, again calls out the senpai of SEES in the spinoff game ''{{VideoGame/Persona Q}}'' for being secretive and acting superior. They actually do apologize, and [[spoiler:the end of the P3 route has them holding a dinner party in the dorm together.]]

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* Yukari, in the wake of seeing how strong and genuine the friendship of the [[{{VideoGame/Persona4}} Investigation Team]] is, again calls out the senpai of SEES in the spinoff game ''{{VideoGame/Persona Q}}'' for being secretive and acting superior. They actually do apologize, and [[spoiler:the end of the P3 route has them holding a dinner party in the dorm together.]]]] That said, Yukari herself also gets called out in turn by Rise, who says that part of the problem is that Yukari doesn't try to express her concerns to the third-years of her group (Fuuka, one of the few SEES members Yukari confides in, is quite surprised and sad to learn that Yukari felt so troubled).
** Naoto, after learning that [[spoiler:Zen showed Rei (a girl who'd died very young) the school that she'd always wanted to attend, causing her an immeasurable amount of anguish and forcing him to erase her memories to prevent her from harming herself, thereby kicking off the plot of the entire game]], tells him that what he did was as cruel as putting a great feast before a starving man and not allowing him to eat it. He doesn't try to justify his actions, but is determined to make things right.
24th Apr '16 10:35:18 PM FlakyPorcupine
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* In the video game adaption of ''Webcomic/Megamanspritecomic'', Megaman and Zero collect the magic b-balls, whereupon they're granted one wish. Instead of wishing for all the ghosts to go away, Megaman instead wishes to [[spoiler:be sent to the moon]]. Zero calls him out on this.

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* In the video game adaption of ''Webcomic/Megamanspritecomic'', ''Webcomic/{{Megamanspritecomic}}'', Megaman and Zero collect the magic b-balls, whereupon they're granted one wish. Instead of wishing for all the ghosts to go away, Megaman instead wishes to [[spoiler:be sent to the moon]]. Zero calls him out on this.
24th Apr '16 10:34:36 PM FlakyPorcupine
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* In the video game adaption of ''Webcomic/Megamanspritecomic'', Megaman and Zero collect the magic b-balls, whereupon they're granted one wish. Instead of wishing for all the ghosts to go away, Megaman instead wishes to [[spoiler:be sent to the moon]]. Zero calls him out on this.
8th Apr '16 3:49:01 PM morenohijazo
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* ''Videogame/MinecraftStoryMode'':
** At the start of Episode 3, you must choose whether to save Axel and Reuben from some enemies, or run for the amulet. Depending on who's on your party at the moment, you may be scolded by Petra or Gabriel: Petra will get angry if you abandoned your friends, while Gabriel will get angry if you put in risk the mission and don't head for the amulet.
** The player has the option to [[spoiler:give one to Ivor when you discover the truth of what happened, asking him how his Wither plan was any better than letting the Order's lie continue.]]
14th Feb '16 12:17:18 PM Kimarous
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* WhatTheHellHero/SnailBob
2nd Feb '16 11:06:18 PM Karxrida
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** This happens to Sora in ''{{Chain of Memories}}''…And he's called out by Vexen of all people, who tries to convince him that [[spoiler:his memories are being changed to turn him into a puppet, and failing that tells Sora he has no right to be called a hero or a Keyblade Master if he's so easily manipulated. Likewise, Larxene calls out Naminé for suddenly appearing to be ready to sacrifice herself to save Sora, despite being threatened into doing the memory manipulation only a short while before (is it becoming clear why Nobodies make such great villains yet?).]]

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** This happens to Sora in ''{{Chain of Memories}}''…And ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsChainOfMemories''…And he's called out by Vexen of all people, who tries to convince him that [[spoiler:his memories are being changed to turn him into a puppet, and failing that tells Sora he has no right to be called a hero or a Keyblade Master if he's so easily manipulated. Likewise, Larxene calls out Naminé for suddenly appearing to be ready to sacrifice herself to save Sora, despite being threatened into doing the memory manipulation only a short while before (is it becoming clear why Nobodies make such great villains yet?).]]
1st Feb '16 5:53:07 PM nombretomado
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* Many games that [[KarmaMeter keep track of your character's morality]] will punish you with a DownerEnding for being too evil, but ''OgreBattle 64'' really takes it up a notch. If you recruited too many chaotic characters and captured, rather than liberated many towns before killing the BigBad, you get [[spoiler:a "bonus" mission]] in which the protagonists of the original ''OgreBattle'' call you out and [[spoiler:try to kill you for being a JerkAss, and you're forced to kill them]]. Then you get the [[DownerEnding very worst possible ending]]. Alternatively, you can lose the battle, and rather than kill you, the heroes of the original game allow you to join them on a new mission to atone for your sins.
** ''TacticsOgre'' also has several, especially if Denim takes the Lawful route, where nearly every battle in Chapter 2 consisted of enemy leaders calling Denim out on [[spoiler:his participation in the Baramus Massacre.]] In the chaotic route, taking the more morally sound route, Denim still gets chastised for [[spoiler:trying to keep his hands clean of the atrocities the WLA commit for the betterment of their country]] -- but continuing to kill people through warfare for the sake of romantic idealism. And of course, in the Neutral Route, a character defects because Denim has proven to be wishy-washy. Lovely.

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* Many games that [[KarmaMeter keep track of your character's morality]] will punish you with a DownerEnding for being too evil, but ''OgreBattle ''VideoGame/OgreBattle 64'' really takes it up a notch. If you recruited too many chaotic characters and captured, rather than liberated many towns before killing the BigBad, you get [[spoiler:a "bonus" mission]] in which the protagonists of the original ''OgreBattle'' ''VideoGame/OgreBattle'' call you out and [[spoiler:try to kill you for being a JerkAss, and you're forced to kill them]]. Then you get the [[DownerEnding very worst possible ending]]. Alternatively, you can lose the battle, and rather than kill you, the heroes of the original game allow you to join them on a new mission to atone for your sins.
** ''TacticsOgre'' ''VideoGame/TacticsOgre'' also has several, especially if Denim takes the Lawful route, where nearly every battle in Chapter 2 consisted of enemy leaders calling Denim out on [[spoiler:his participation in the Baramus Massacre.]] In the chaotic route, taking the more morally sound route, Denim still gets chastised for [[spoiler:trying to keep his hands clean of the atrocities the WLA commit for the betterment of their country]] -- but continuing to kill people through warfare for the sake of romantic idealism. And of course, in the Neutral Route, a character defects because Denim has proven to be wishy-washy. Lovely.
25th Jan '16 12:48:43 PM CountDorku
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** Hawke can also receive some milder examples for actions that aren't particularly evil but are still kind of dickish. For example, if you pick the Snarky option while [[spoiler:the Viscount]] is cradling the body of his dead son, Aveline will call you an ass.
22nd Jan '16 7:12:47 PM jormis29
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* The Tunnel Man exists in ''{{Spelunky}}'' to help build tunnels that act as [[DungeonBypass shortcuts]] to the other stages in the game, a very helpful feature in a roguelike where it's ridiculously easy to die. He sits in his own little corner in the pregame lobby, and there's [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential nothing stopping you from walking over to him and giving him a sound thrashing with your whip.]] Talking to him afterwards has him call you out on your behaviour.

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* The Tunnel Man exists in ''{{Spelunky}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Spelunky}}'' to help build tunnels that act as [[DungeonBypass shortcuts]] to the other stages in the game, a very helpful feature in a roguelike where it's ridiculously easy to die. He sits in his own little corner in the pregame lobby, and there's [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential nothing stopping you from walking over to him and giving him a sound thrashing with your whip.]] Talking to him afterwards has him call you out on your behaviour.
15th Jan '16 11:46:40 AM TvTroper20152014
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* In ''VideoGame/YoKaiWatch'', if you choose not to follow traffic laws, Whisper will warn you. If you still choose not to? [[spoiler:Snartle will appear, and will be guaranteed to easily defeat your team until you're in the post game having an S-Rank watch.]]
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