History YMMV / NESGodzillaCreepypasta

25th Feb '17 10:40:19 AM XtinaS
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* BrokenBase: The ending was either a ClicheStorm of cliches that [[ThePowerOfLove don't]] [[GoldenEnding belong]] in a creepypasta story, or a [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome fitting and satisfying conclusion]] that avoids some of the less-desired [[ShootTheShaggyDog cliches]] that crop up in other video game creepypasta stories.
* ClicheStorm: Hits a lot of familiar creepypasta notes. Unlike most creepypasta, though, this one is lavishly illustrated, so the old "photorealistic gore" cliche is rather more ''vivid'' than normal.

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* BrokenBase: The ending was either a ClicheStorm of cliches clichés that [[ThePowerOfLove don't]] [[GoldenEnding belong]] in a creepypasta story, or a [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome fitting and satisfying conclusion]] that avoids some of the less-desired [[ShootTheShaggyDog cliches]] clichés]] that crop up in other video game creepypasta stories.
* ClicheStorm: Hits a lot of familiar creepypasta notes. Unlike most creepypasta, though, this one is lavishly illustrated, so the old "photorealistic gore" cliche cliché is rather more ''vivid'' than normal.



** Godzilla Replay subverts the trope though. The new protagonist has actually read the original creepy pasta and has spoken to Zach and is trying to [[TooDumbToLive invoke the events again for some reason]], so the dynamic is very different from most videogame creepy pastas. However things get even weirder, as demonic possession isn't apparent, and the game seems to have morphed into this weird sci-fi MindScrew experience with some similarities to an in-universe ARG that Carl is trying to navigate. And this is on ''top'' of a weird GottaCatchThemAll objective of beating the incarnations of the seven deadly sins. The only cliche that stands out is Carl getting obsessed with the game--collecting the crystals from those incarnations in particular--and even then, the roots of this obsession seem like they might be deconstructed later on; the significance of the Seven Deadly Sins theme to Carl is still as of yet unclear, and the words of the minion who [[spoiler:captures Usol]] imply that Carl is checking out this supernatural game because his "real life is worthless".

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** [[http://godzilla.wikia.com/wiki/NES_Godzilla_Creepypasta#Sequel Godzilla Replay Replay]] subverts the trope though. The new protagonist has actually read the original creepy pasta and has spoken to Zach and is trying to [[TooDumbToLive invoke the events again for some reason]], so the dynamic is very different from most videogame creepy pastas. However video game creepypastas. However, things get even weirder, as demonic possession isn't apparent, and the game seems to have morphed into this weird sci-fi MindScrew experience with some similarities to an in-universe ARG that Carl is trying to navigate. And this is on ''top'' of a weird GottaCatchThemAll objective of beating the incarnations of the seven deadly sins. The only cliche cliché that stands out is Carl getting obsessed with the game--collecting the crystals from those incarnations in particular--and even then, the roots of this obsession seem like they might be deconstructed later on; the significance of the Seven Deadly Sins theme to Carl is still as of yet unclear, and the words of the minion who [[spoiler:captures Usol]] imply that Carl is checking out this supernatural game because his "real life is worthless".



* ForcedMeme: "STILL THE BEST 1973" has absolutely no meaning to the story - the author just put it in in the hopes that it would become a meme. It did.

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* ForcedMeme: "STILL THE BEST 1973" has absolutely no meaning to the story - the story--the author just put it in in the hopes that it would become a meme. It did.



** The story itself has typos galore, indulges in creepypasta cliches like "hyper-realistic graphics", [[spoiler:the game threatening the player directly, and the game physically compelling the player to keep playing]], and the plot swerves from "this cartridge has something wrong with it" to [[spoiler:"I have to save the soul of my TroubledButCute BrokenBird ChildhoodFriend from an evil demon who's also got it out for me"]] and suffers from a lack of foreshadowing during the switch. On the other hand, [[NightmareFuel the custom sprites]] are ''[[NauseaFuel just that good]],'' so if one finds the story Narmy one can just enjoy the inventively unsettling sprite work.

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** The story itself has typos galore, indulges in creepypasta cliches clichés like "hyper-realistic graphics", [[spoiler:the game threatening the player directly, and the game physically compelling the player to keep playing]], and the plot swerves from "this cartridge has something wrong with it" to [[spoiler:"I have to save the soul of my TroubledButCute BrokenBird ChildhoodFriend from an evil demon who's also got it out for me"]] and suffers from a lack of foreshadowing during the switch. On the other hand, [[NightmareFuel the custom sprites]] are ''[[NauseaFuel just that good]],'' so if one finds the story Narmy one can just enjoy the inventively unsettling sprite work.



** Another Zenith example: the TV for the level is that of a burned corpse on a rock amid a hellish landscape, with no sound or animation. Right clicking it, however, nets the message "tvisbadforyou.gif".
* NarmCharm: The original story, as stated many times, falls into many creepypasta cliches and pulls several {{Shocking Swerve}}s that it can be hard to take seriously at times. However, the ''sheer amount of effort'' put into the NES style sprites and overall aesthetics allows quite a few people to look past the generic plot and enjoy it for what it is.

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** Another Zenith example: the TV for the level is that of a burned corpse on a rock amid a hellish landscape, with no sound or animation. Right clicking Right-clicking it, however, nets the message "tvisbadforyou.gif".
* NarmCharm: The original story, as stated many times, falls into many creepypasta cliches clichés and pulls several {{Shocking Swerve}}s that it can be hard to take seriously at times. However, the ''sheer amount of effort'' put into the NES style NES-style sprites and overall aesthetics allows quite a few people to look past the generic plot and enjoy it for what it is.



* WinTheCrowd: Video Game Creepypastas are almost widely disliked and mocked by hardcore Creepypasta fans, given that a number of them are ClicheStorm[=s=] that follow the same formula. Even though the story does include a handful of cliches, a lot of serious Creepypasta fans like this story because of how well-written and well-illustrated it is.

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* WinTheCrowd: Video Game Creepypastas are almost widely disliked and mocked by hardcore Creepypasta fans, given that a number of them are ClicheStorm[=s=] that follow the same formula. Even though the story does include a handful of cliches, clichés, a lot of serious Creepypasta fans like this story because of how well-written and well-illustrated it is.
17th Feb '17 3:27:45 AM SorPepita
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** In the beginning of chapter 6 in the quiz asks Zack some disturbing questions, asking if he's ever raped someone, if he's ever been molested and... "Will you miss me?", but it's that LAST one that disturbs Zack.

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** In the beginning of chapter 6 in the quiz asks Zack some disturbing questions, asking if he's ever raped someone, if he's ever been molested and... "Will you miss me?", but it's that LAST one that disturbs Zack.
17th Feb '17 3:15:24 AM SorPepita
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** In the beginning of chapter 6 in the quiz asks Zack some disturbing questions, asking if he's ever raped someone, if he's ever been molested and. . ."Will you miss me?", but it's that LAST one that disturbs Zack.

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** In the beginning of chapter 6 in the quiz asks Zack some disturbing questions, asking if he's ever raped someone, if he's ever been molested and. . .and... "Will you miss me?", but it's that LAST one that disturbs Zack.
6th Jan '17 11:53:35 AM SeptimusHeap
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* FreudWasRight: The monster that replaces Baragon has a [[http://i89.photobucket.com/albums/k211/snescube/Godzilla%20Creepypasta%20Screencaps/notbaragongun.png very phallic chaingun]].
** Taken up to eleven in Replay with an entire ''level'' based off Freudian imagery. The world of Tempest contains insects with phallic, spiked tongues that stick these spikes into massive, hole-ridden lumps of flesh. Later, Carl finds an inhabitant who says "Don't interrupt me" while doing... [[ADateWithRosiePalms something...]] that Carl is clearly confused and/or disturbed by. It helps that Tempest is home to the Sin Demon of Lust.
** To a lesser extent, one of the monsters in the Pride chapter can also represent this, gazing into a mirror and remarking upon themselves as the best thing they've ever seen.
31st Oct '16 1:21:54 PM TokoWH
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* NarmCharm: The original story, as stated many times, falls into many creepypasta cliches and pulls several {{Shocking Swerve}}s that it can be hard to take seriously at times. However, the ''sheer amount of effort'' put into the NES style sprites and overall asthetics allows quite a few people to look past the generic plot and enjoy it for what it is.

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* NarmCharm: The original story, as stated many times, falls into many creepypasta cliches and pulls several {{Shocking Swerve}}s that it can be hard to take seriously at times. However, the ''sheer amount of effort'' put into the NES style sprites and overall asthetics aesthetics allows quite a few people to look past the generic plot and enjoy it for what it is.
31st Oct '16 1:20:51 PM TokoWH
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* NarmCharm: The original story, as stated many times, falls into many creepypasta cliches and pulls several {{Shocking Swerve}}s that it can be hard to take seriously at times. However, the ''sheer amount of effort'' put into the NES style sprites and overall asthetics allows quite a few people to look past the generic plot and enjoy it for what it is.
31st Oct '16 1:17:08 PM TokoWH
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Solomon became one the moment he stepped in.

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* EnsembleDarkhorse: EnsembleDarkhorse:
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Solomon became one the moment he stepped in. in.
** The BigBad of the first creepypasta, Red, is also really popular with Godzilla fans. It's to the point some wish he was an official kaiju so they could see Godzilla face off against him in a movie.
12th Jul '16 8:46:12 PM Angeldeb82
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** The same could be said for [[spoiler:Face. He was kind of a [[{{Jerkass}} jerk]] at times, and a lot of the questions he asked were... disturbing, but Zachary admits to feeling sad when he suspected Face was going to die soon. Which he did in Zenith. But he also comes back at the end.]]

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** The same could be said for [[spoiler:Face. He was kind of a [[{{Jerkass}} jerk]] {{jerk|ass}} at times, and a lot of the questions he asked were... disturbing, but Zachary admits to feeling sad when he suspected Face was going to die soon. Which he did in Zenith. But he also comes back at the end.]]end]].



* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Author decided to compose a bit of the game's music, and boy, what he did was awesome. He even seems to have Invoked this trope, in that he also referred to a bit of other music on the page for the stuff he didn't do.



* BrokenBase: The ending was either a ClicheStorm of cliches that [[PowerOfLove don't]] [[GoldenEnding belong]] in a creepypasta story, or a [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome fitting and satisfying conclusion]] that avoids some of the [[VillainSue less-desired]] [[ShootTheShaggyDog cliches]] that crop up in other video game creepypasta stories.

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* BrokenBase: The ending was either a ClicheStorm of cliches that [[PowerOfLove [[ThePowerOfLove don't]] [[GoldenEnding belong]] in a creepypasta story, or a [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome fitting and satisfying conclusion]] that avoids some of the [[VillainSue less-desired]] less-desired [[ShootTheShaggyDog cliches]] that crop up in other video game creepypasta stories.



* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Author decided to compose a bit of the game's music, and boy, what he did was awesome. He even seems to have Invoked this trope, in that he also referred to a bit of other music on the page for the stuff he didn't do.



* FreudWasRight: The monster that replaces Baragon has a [[http://i89.photobucket.com/albums/k211/snescube/Godzilla%20Creepypasta%20Screencaps/notbaragongun.png very phallic chaingun.]]

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* FreudWasRight: The monster that replaces Baragon has a [[http://i89.photobucket.com/albums/k211/snescube/Godzilla%20Creepypasta%20Screencaps/notbaragongun.png very phallic chaingun.]]chaingun]].



** The end of the Blood Lake stage builds up a great deal of suspense for the boss. First a half-minute long screen reading "Mother" appears, and then the player finds the corpse of a pregnant creature hanged from a bramble patch by a spiny umbilical cord. Soon afterwards, its abdomen messily explodes to reveal a bat-like creature... with a clown nose and matching makeup. [[AllThereInTheManual Named Bobo]]. It still manages to put up a good fight, though.

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** The end of the Blood Lake stage builds up a great deal of suspense for the boss. First a half-minute long screen reading "Mother" appears, and then the player finds the corpse of a pregnant creature hanged from a bramble patch by a spiny umbilical cord. Soon afterwards, its abdomen messily explodes to reveal a bat-like creature... with a clown nose and matching makeup. [[AllThereInTheManual Named Bobo]]. Bobo.]] It still manages to put up a good fight, though.
6th Mar '16 7:59:48 AM GojiBiscuits
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**To a lesser extent, one of the monsters in the Pride chapter can also represent this, gazing into a mirror and remarking upon themselves as the best thing they've ever seen.
29th Jan '16 5:39:09 PM Jukkaimaru
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** [[HilariousInHindsight And then IDW]] [[Comics/GodzillaInHell came along...]]

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** [[HilariousInHindsight And then IDW]] [[Comics/GodzillaInHell [[ComicBook/GodzillaInHell came along...]]
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