* Etoile Rosenqueen from ''VideoGame/RhapsodyAMusicalAdventure'', the first part of the ''Marl Kingdom'' games. Etoile has HiddenDepths, though: [[spoiler:she's secretly an ActionGirl who hides a pistol behind her frilly pink fan.]]
* Mandy Wiles in ''VideoGame/{{Bully}}''. Head cheerleader and self-proclaimed most popular girl in school, who mercilessly torments {{nerd}} girl Beatrice and humiliates people for her own amusement. A subversion, though, in that her friends claim that she's actually nice once you get to know her. And then, late in the game, she gets a PetTheDog moment.
* Ai Ebihara of ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}''. Hate her for being a SugarAndIcePersonality with ''[[GuideDangIt heavy]]'' emphasis on "ice", [[spoiler:then [[HiddenDepths advance her Social Link]] [[TheWoobie beyond level six]] and [[YouBastard hate yourself]].]]
* Mira Kagami from ''VisualNovel/TokimekiMemorial'' is this, to a degree. She's haughty, beautiful, followed by ''lots'' of boys... [[spoiler:and a BrokenBird SugarAndIcePersonality, if she becomes your love interest]].
* ''VideoGame/{{Psychonauts}}''
** Black Velvetopia's supposedly perfect and gorgeous flamenco dancer Lampita turns out to be an [[UnreliableNarrator idealized and romanticized version of a girl who crushed Edgar's heart in high school]], who proved to be this.
** Back at camp, Kitty seems to fill this role, with Franke acting as her sidekick. Elka also has shades of this, but is generally more worried about her love life than anything else.
* Linda and Nicole, from ''VideoGame/SnowboardKids Plus''.
* Krista Sparks (aka Dollface) in the 2012 reboot of ''VideoGame/TwistedMetal'' is this character all grown up and taken to a psychopathic[=/=]AxCrazy degree. She feels that she deserves to become a supermodel due to her hard work... her definition of which includes sabotaging her rivals and, at times, outright murdering them.
* ''Yume Miru Kusuri'': Kyoka -- called [[MarieAntoinette "Antoinette"]] by the main character, after the infamous French queen whose extravagant spending on things such as mansions and the like ([[HistoricalVillainUpgrade although a lot of it was exaggerated by enemies]]) while people were starving out on the fields was a prime example of the kind of thing that led to the French Revolution -- is the antagonist of Aeka's route. Something that's kind of odd to this trope is that she had a crush on the lead from the beginning and tried to get with him several times, though the lead just found her annoying. [[spoiler:This doesn't stop her from targeting him along with Aeka once it becomes official that the two are going out, though. It gets pretty brutal. This goes for the backlash, as well, which sees Kouhei and Aeka turn the tables on and nearly kill Kyoka when she decides to have her friends pin down Kouhei so that he can watch Kyoka's boyfriend rape Aeka.]]