History Yandere / VideoGames

23rd Apr '17 8:12:28 PM nombretomado
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22nd Apr '17 12:22:05 PM Creek719
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* K-Sha of ''VideoGame/MegadimensionNeptuniaVII'' has her HeroWorshipper feelings towards [[{{Tsundere}} Noire]] [[BrainwashedAndCrazy corrupted]] into this. At one point, she [[spoiler: tries to murder Noire's sister Uni, just so Noire will pay attention to her]].
**[[WhatCouldHaveBeen During early development]], it was also planned for [[IdolSinger 5pb.]] to be yandere for [[GenkiGirl Neptune]].
12th Apr '17 6:53:29 PM PlasmaTalon
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' a creepy looking girl can be seen watching her crush down the hall at school. Sending him a scarf she knitted(with some of her hair in it), and planning to hurt anyone she sees as a threat. The boy is unaware of her but says he can feel someone watching him.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' a creepy looking girl named Mogami can be seen watching her crush down the hall stalking a boy at school. Sending him It becomes a scarf side mission to change her heart after she knitted(with some of decides the Phantom Thieves are after her hair in it), "boyfriend" and planning to hurt anyone she sees as a threat. The boy is unaware of her but says he can feel someone watching him.starts making crazy threats on their fan site.
9th Apr '17 7:17:41 PM PlasmaTalon
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' a creepy looking girl can be seen watching her crush down the hall at school. Sending him a scarf she knitted(with some of her hair in it), and planning to hurt anyone she sees as a threat. The boy is unaware of her but says he can feel someone watching him.
9th Apr '17 5:59:26 PM nombretomado
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* The Boss from ''SaintsRowTheThird'' can be one to Pierce, if you choose the Eastern European Female voice set. While probably not the jealous type (no one else is ever seen making a pass at Pierce, so it can't be said of whether or not she actually is) she frequently makes it clear that she has a thing for him, ranging from wondering if she can get cameras installed in his room, considering sending him a sex machine from "a secret admirer," offering to be his dominatrix, and finally admitting to wanting to make love to him in front of a live studio audience. If this doesn't seem crazy enough, this is the same woman who drove a tank out of the back of a crashing plane, parachuted into a penthouse party and immediately proceeded to kill everyone in sight, and has a murder record on her that runs into the thousands. In Pierce's position, it would most likely not be a good idea to even kindly ask his...admirer to back off.

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* The Boss from ''SaintsRowTheThird'' ''VideoGame/SaintsRowTheThird'' can be one to Pierce, if you choose the Eastern European Female voice set. While probably not the jealous type (no one else is ever seen making a pass at Pierce, so it can't be said of whether or not she actually is) she frequently makes it clear that she has a thing for him, ranging from wondering if she can get cameras installed in his room, considering sending him a sex machine from "a secret admirer," offering to be his dominatrix, and finally admitting to wanting to make love to him in front of a live studio audience. If this doesn't seem crazy enough, this is the same woman who drove a tank out of the back of a crashing plane, parachuted into a penthouse party and immediately proceeded to kill everyone in sight, and has a murder record on her that runs into the thousands. In Pierce's position, it would most likely not be a good idea to even kindly ask his...admirer to back off.
5th Apr '17 8:00:13 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* From ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', the Avatar's eldest sister on the Nohr side, Camilla, is willing to kill anyone who tries to hurt or kill her siblings and ''specially'' the Avatar. Choosing the Hoshido path will cause her to become so desperate and broken that she becomes murderous towards the Hoshidan family, since "if I kill them all, he/she will come back to me." Though compared to Tharja she's quite downplayed, as her support chains all but state that she [[BrokenBird became like this over time]] [[FreudianExcuse thanks to a horrific childhood]], as [[HeroicBastard an illegitimate daughter]] and part of Nohr's DeadlyDecadentCourt. [[spoiler:And in the GoldenPath this is also downplayed since she's sent by Garon to kill the Avatar and his/her group, but once she's defeated and spared, she's easily recruited and becomes a valuable ally.]]
** Of all possible children to be mothered by Camilla, only four will inherit this trait from her and interpret it in their own ways: Shiro, Kiragi, Velouria and Soleil. It is worth mentioning that Camilla is supportive for their inheritance of her {{Yandere}} traits... ''save'' for Kiragi, whose form of {{Yandere}} makes Camilla wonder "DoIReallySoundLikeThat". [[note]]Plus the fandom actually ''exaggerates'' Kiragi's supposed Yandere and CuteAndPsycho traits, which show up only with ''some'' of his mothers AND solely on a single DLC: he's a sweet {{Keet}} with a side of BloodKnight 90% of the time.[[/note]]
** The second generation DLC gives Hayato a daughter, Rhajat, who is a dead ringer for Tharja from ''Awakening'', and is implied to be [[{{Reincarnation}} either a previous or future incarnation of Tharja's]]. However, she subverts it: she's not ''as'' yandere as Tharja was, since there's quite the focus on her NoSocialSkills and [[IJustWantToHaveFriends desire to make friends]] as well.
** Subverted with [[spoiler: Queen Mikoto in the GoldenPath]], as she shows up [[spoiler: wanting all of her children killed so they can be TogetherInDeath]]... but ''only'' because [[spoiler: she both CameBackWrong and was BrainwashedAndCrazy by Anankos. The ''real'' Mikoto [[OoCIsSeriousBusiness would've never done that]], and once she's defeated, she returns to normal before dying again.]]

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* From ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', the Avatar's eldest sister on the Nohr side, Princess Camilla, is willing to kill anyone who tries to hurt or kill her siblings and ''specially'' the Avatar. Choosing the Hoshido path will cause her to [[DespairEventHorizon become so desperate and broken broken]] that she becomes murderous towards the Hoshidan family, since "if I kill them all, he/she will come back to me." Though compared to Tharja she's quite downplayed, as her support chains all but state that she [[BrokenBird became like this over time]] [[FreudianExcuse thanks to a horrific childhood]], as [[HeroicBastard an illegitimate daughter]] and part of Nohr's DeadlyDecadentCourt. [[spoiler:And in the GoldenPath this is also downplayed since she's sent by Garon to kill the Avatar and his/her group, but once she's defeated and spared, she's easily recruited and becomes a valuable ally.]]
** Of all possible children to be mothered by Camilla, only four will inherit this trait from her and interpret it in their own ways: Shiro, Kiragi, Shiro [[note]](Ryoma's son, goes for the "from protective of his loved ones to willing to kill those who bother them" side similar to Camilla's)[[/note]], Kiragi[[note]](Takumi's son, also has the "loving but bloodily overprotective" deal)[[/note]], Soleil [[note]](Laslow's daughter, the third one willing to kill whoever bothers her loved ones)[[/note]], and Velouria and Soleil.[[note]](Keaton's daughter, goes for the "BloodKnight who kills her enemies with love" side instead)[[/note]]. It is worth mentioning that Camilla is supportive for their inheritance of her {{Yandere}} traits... ''save'' for Kiragi, whose form of {{Yandere}} makes Camilla wonder "DoIReallySoundLikeThat". [[note]]Plus the fandom actually ''exaggerates'' Kiragi's supposed Yandere and CuteAndPsycho traits, which show up only with ''some'' of his mothers AND solely on a single DLC: he's a sweet {{Keet}} with a side dish of BloodKnight 90% of the time.[[/note]]
** The second generation DLC gives Hayato a daughter, Rhajat, who is a dead ringer for Tharja from ''Awakening'', and is implied to be [[{{Reincarnation}} either a previous or future incarnation of Tharja's]]. However, she Rhajat subverts it: the trope: she's clingy but not ''as'' half as yandere as Tharja was, since there's quite the focus on her NoSocialSkills and [[IJustWantToHaveFriends desire to make friends]] as well.
** Subverted with [[spoiler: Queen Mikoto in the GoldenPath]], GoldenPath and the ''Heirs of Fate'' DLC stages]], as she shows up [[spoiler: wanting all of her children (or her potential grandchildren the Kanas, in the second case) killed so they can be TogetherInDeath]]... but ''only'' because [[spoiler: she both CameBackWrong and was BrainwashedAndCrazy by Anankos. The ''real'' Mikoto [[OoCIsSeriousBusiness would've never done that]], and once she's defeated, she returns to her normal self before dying again.again, apologizing to her children.]]
1st Apr '17 10:09:53 AM Onlythrice
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* In the mobile app ''VideoGame/EnsembleStars'', Izumi Sena is obsessively devoted to Makoto Yuuki, who used to be his junior in modeling. He at first verbally attacks him for abandoning modeling, but it escalates when [[spoiler:he kidnaps Makoto and locks him up in an attempt to win a Dreamfest]], and has been mentioned to have a "Yuu-kun Surveillance Network" in which he has hired people to stalk Makoto in order to know where he is and what he is doing at all times. The most blatant use of this trope occurs when Makoto, the producer/player, and Izumi are on the rooftop. [[spoiler:Makoto jokes about the reason the producer called him up being a love confession, and Izumi replies that if that was the case, he would push the producer off the roof, push Makoto, and then jump off himself.]] He mellows out slightly after Makoto agrees to try and understand him, but is still frequently overbearing, insisting that it is his duty as "Yuu-kun's big brother" to protect him.
30th Mar '17 4:59:43 PM Onlythrice
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* In the mobile app ''VideoGame/EnsembleStars'', Izumi Sena is obsessively devoted to Makoto Yuuki, who used to be his junior in modeling. He at first verbally attacks him for abandoning modeling, but it escalates when [[spoiler:he kidnaps Makoto and locks him up in an attempt to win a Dreamfest]], and has been mentioned to have a "Yuu-kun Surveillance Network" in which he has hired people to stalk Makoto in order to know where he is and what he is doing at all times. The most blatant use of this trope occurs when Makoto, the producer/player, and Izumi are on the rooftop. [[spoiler:Makoto jokes about the reason the producer called him up being a love confession, and Izumi replies that if that was the case, he would push the producer off the roof, push Makoto, and then jump off himself.]] He mellows out slightly after Makoto agrees to try and understand him, but is still frequently overbearing, insisting that it is his duty as "Yuu-kun's big brother" to protect him.



* Catalina of ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas'', particularly as she starts getting closer to C.J. As if she weren't already [[AxCrazy crazy enough]].
* Vlad Glebov of ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV'' also counts, as he sleeps with Mallorie, and was seen antagonizing Roman and calls Niko a "yokel" or any insults.

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Catalina of ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas'', particularly as she starts getting closer to C.J. As if she weren't already [[AxCrazy crazy enough]].
* ** Vlad Glebov of ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV'' also counts, as he sleeps with Mallorie, and was seen antagonizing Roman and calls Niko a "yokel" or any insults.insults.
** Keyla in ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoV''. She's a woman who's engaged to a doctor, and rambles about their relationship the entire time Franklin drives her in a taxi. The more she talks, the more apparent her insanity becomes as she recounts stories about the time she threatened suicide to get his email password or the time she sold his dog so he would only pay attention to her. She has Franklin follow her fiancee's car in the taxi, thinking he's cheating on her, and when Franklin catches up to him Keyla [[MurderTheHypotenuse shoots and kills the woman he was with (who he says was just a patient)]] before killing him. Franklin can shoot her at any time during all this, or even call the cops, or just sit back and watch the show.



* A non-romantic example (that combines this with MyBelovedSmother) is Mama Tattletail, the BigBad from the game ''VideoGame/{{Tattletail}}''. Despite being part of a line of Toys/{{Furby}}-like toys, she still manages to be overprotective of the other products. It's implied that she was programmed partly as a way to keep Tattletail out of trouble. However, it worked ''too'' well, and she's been recalled. Attacking innocent children for playing with Tattletail probably had something to do with it, as she's been rumored to [[EyeScream eat out a child's eye]]. She's also seen in the VHS standing over what appears to be a suffocating body. When your main Tattletail realizes that she's in the house, [[OhCrap it visibly makes a horrified expression]] as it realizes what's about to happen. Her [[EstablishingCharacterMoment first proper introduction]] on the third night gives a good idea of how far she's willing to go to "protect" her children:
--> [[ImpliedDeathThreat "The children thought that Mama would never find them as long as she couldn't see them. Turn the page. But Mama could still hear the children. The pitter-patter of their little feet lead Mama right to them. Turn the page. Then Mama found the children, every last one, and put them right back to bed."]]



* A sidequest in ''VideoGame/TheWitcher3'' has Geralt attempting to lift a curse from a child in Skellige. After doing some investigating, he discovers that the cause of the curse was the local herbalist, who apparently thought that [[WouldHurtAChild slowly killing a young boy]] would be the best way to get his father to continue cheating on his wife with her. And it works if Geralt convinces the man to go back to her, rather than just killing her.



* Yuuya, the protagonist of ''VideoGame/MyHaremHeavenIsYandereHell'' is aware from the beginning that his best friends are yanderes bent on killing any female who gets close to him. ('Close' here meaning 'talks to him for more than five seconds'.) They established a weird MexicanStandoff of a friendship with each other while trying to win his heart, and Yuuya's attempts ([[RuleOfDrama or rather, failures]]) to diplomatically maneuver out of this situation form most of the plot.



* In the mobile app ''[=Ensemble Stars=]'', Izumi Sena is obsessively devoted to Makoto Yuuki, who used to be his junior in modeling. He at first verbally attacks him for abandoning modeling, but it escalates when [[spoiler:he kidnaps Makoto and locks him up in an attempt to win a Dreamfest]], and has been mentioned to have a "Yuu-kun Surveillance Network" in which he has hired people to stalk Makoto in order to know where he is and what he is doing at all times. The most blatant use of this trope occurs when Makoto, the producer/player, and Izumi are on the rooftop. [[spoiler:Makoto jokes about the reason the producer called him up being a love confession, and Izumi replies that if that was the case, he would push the producer off the roof, push Makoto, and then jump off himself.]] He mellows out slightly after Makoto agrees to try and understand him, but is still frequently overbearing, insisting that it is his duty as "Yuu-kun's big brother" to protect him.
* A non-romantic example (that combines this with MyBelovedSmother) is Mama Tattletail, the BigBad from the game ''VideoGame/{{Tattletail}}''. Despite being part of a line of Toys/{{Furby}}-like toys, she still manages to be overprotective of the other products. It's implied that she was programmed partly as a way to keep Tattletail out of trouble. However, it worked ''too'' well, and she's been recalled. Attacking innocent children for playing with Tattletail probably had something to do with it, as she's been rumored to [[EyeScream eat out a child's eye]]. She's also seen in the VHS standing over what appears to be a suffocating body. When your main Tattletail realizes that she's in the house, [[OhCrap it visibly makes a horrified expression]] as it realizes what's about to happen. Her [[EstablishingCharacterMoment first proper introduction]] on the third night gives a good idea of how far she's willing to go to "protect" her children:
--> [[ImpliedDeathThreat "The children thought that Mama would never find them as long as she couldn't see them. Turn the page. But Mama could still hear the children. The pitter-patter of their little feet lead Mama right to them. Turn the page. Then Mama found the children, every last one, and put them right back to bed."]]
12th Mar '17 8:16:08 PM KamiKaze
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* A non-romantic example (that combines this with MyBelovedSmother) is Mama Tattletail, the BigBad from the game ''VideoGame/{{Tattletail}}''. Despite being part of a line of Toys/{{Furby}}-like toys, she still manages to be overprotective of the other products. It's implied that she was programmed partly as a way to keep Tattletail out of trouble. However, it worked ''too'' well, and she's been recalled. Attacking innocent children for playing with Tattletail probably had something to do with it, as she's been rumored to [[EyeScream eat out a child's eye]]. She's also seen in the VHS standing over what appears to be a suffocating body. When your main Tattletail realizes that she's in the house, [[OhCrap it visibly makes a horrified expression]] as it realizes what's about to happen. Her [[EstablishingCharacterMoment first proper introduction]] on the second night gives a good idea of how far she's willing to go to "protect" her children:

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* A non-romantic example (that combines this with MyBelovedSmother) is Mama Tattletail, the BigBad from the game ''VideoGame/{{Tattletail}}''. Despite being part of a line of Toys/{{Furby}}-like toys, she still manages to be overprotective of the other products. It's implied that she was programmed partly as a way to keep Tattletail out of trouble. However, it worked ''too'' well, and she's been recalled. Attacking innocent children for playing with Tattletail probably had something to do with it, as she's been rumored to [[EyeScream eat out a child's eye]]. She's also seen in the VHS standing over what appears to be a suffocating body. When your main Tattletail realizes that she's in the house, [[OhCrap it visibly makes a horrified expression]] as it realizes what's about to happen. Her [[EstablishingCharacterMoment first proper introduction]] on the second third night gives a good idea of how far she's willing to go to "protect" her children:
12th Mar '17 8:09:37 PM KamiKaze
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* A non-romantic example is Mama Tattletail, from the game ''VideoGame/{{Tattletail}}''. It's implied that she was programmed partly as a way to keep Tattletail out of trouble. However, it worked ''too'' well, and she's been recalled. Attacking innocent children for playing with Tattletails probably had something to do with it.

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* A non-romantic example (that combines this with MyBelovedSmother) is Mama Tattletail, the BigBad from the game ''VideoGame/{{Tattletail}}''.''VideoGame/{{Tattletail}}''. Despite being part of a line of Toys/{{Furby}}-like toys, she still manages to be overprotective of the other products. It's implied that she was programmed partly as a way to keep Tattletail out of trouble. However, it worked ''too'' well, and she's been recalled. Attacking innocent children for playing with Tattletails Tattletail probably had something to do with it.it, as she's been rumored to [[EyeScream eat out a child's eye]]. She's also seen in the VHS standing over what appears to be a suffocating body. When your main Tattletail realizes that she's in the house, [[OhCrap it visibly makes a horrified expression]] as it realizes what's about to happen. Her [[EstablishingCharacterMoment first proper introduction]] on the second night gives a good idea of how far she's willing to go to "protect" her children:
--> [[ImpliedDeathThreat "The children thought that Mama would never find them as long as she couldn't see them. Turn the page. But Mama could still hear the children. The pitter-patter of their little feet lead Mama right to them. Turn the page. Then Mama found the children, every last one, and put them right back to bed."]]
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