* A commercial for ''VideoGame/SuperMarioKart'', emphasizing the combat aspects of the racing game, features an irate traffic cop who has apparently pulled over one of the racers. The list of offenses runs thus: "Let's see... you were doing 140 in a 35 zone... sideswiped three cars... I believe this bumper belongs to you... destruction... carnage... oh, and you didn't use your turn signal, son. I'm gonna have to write you up for that last one." This was also used in a commercial for ''Stunt Racer FX'' (so called because it used the FX chip) in for the SNES in the early '90s.
* The [[GrimReaper reaper]] in ''VideoGame/RuneScape'' is known by three names: Death, Destroyer of Life, and Nigel.
** When Durial321 went on a player-killing rampage after a bug allowed him to kill players outside of PvP areas and minigames, he was equipped with Ahrim's, a fire cape, obsidian shield, abyssal whip, and a green partyhat.
* ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing'':
** Azazel's Temple in the demon city of Pandemonium is described as "your basic evil hellish demon dwelling: the decorative motifs include blood, pulsating skin, flames, and the occasional throw rug to add some visual interest."
** Quoth the [[http://www.mrphlip.com/kol/cyoa/ first]] KingdomOfLoathing ChooseYourOwnAdventure parody Jick wrote for Comicon: "just as it looks like the poor kid is going to lose the race, his opponent suddenly catches on fire, turns into a frog, gets scurvy, then trips and falls."
** According to the back story of the in-game holiday Labór Day, after union boss Manuel Labór successfully lobbied to cut vacation time and make both the workday and work-week longer, he was "dragged out into the streets and [[RasputinianDeath hung, drawn, painted, messily sketched, quartered, eighthed, fed to wolves, and given an atomic wedgie]] by outraged laborers."
** The voodoo snuff dropped by the Hobopolis mini-boss Zombo is "made from the powdered left hand of a gravedigger, who was hung at a crossroads, at the stroke of midnight, for tax evasion."
* ''VideoGame/ThiefDeadlyShadows'': [[AntiHero Garrett's]] rap sheet in Paveslock Prison. It's five times the length of anyone else's, includes "breaking and entering, burglary, trespassing, possession of stolen property, resisting arrest, assault of a City Watch officer, assault of ''another'' City Watch officer," and goes on like that for some time before concluding with "verbal assault of an officer".
* In the opening cinematic for ''VideoGame/{{Bully}}'', Jimmy describes the alumni of [[BoardingSchoolOfHorrors Bullworth Academy]] as "nothing but arms dealers, mass murderers, and [[AmoralAttorney corporate lawyers]]." Of course, some people would argue lawyers are ''worse'' than the first two...
* ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}'' offers us this little quote...
-->'''[=GLaDOS=]''': ''"I'm going to kill you. And all the cake is gone."''
** "You're not a scientist! You're not a doctor! You're not even a full-time employee!"
* In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOriginsAwakening'', this conversation between [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Nathaniel]] [[BelligerentSexualTension and]] [[{{Tsundere}} Velanna]].
-->'''Nathaniel:''' "How do you feel about having killed all those people because of a miscommunication?"
-->'''Velanna:''' "Warm and fuzzy."
-->'''Nathaniel:''' "You are a terrible, terrible person. And your ears are clownish."
* ''VideoGame/HouseOfTheDead'''s latest installment, OVERKILL, gives us this (slightly but [[NarmCharm intentionally]] {{Narm}}-ish) line at the end of the game as Agent G lists off what the BigBad has accomplished.
-->'''G''': "You've broken a hundred laws, caused the deaths of countless thousands, endangered the safety of every man, woman, and child on this planet, and you put our friend's ''BrainInAJar!''"
* In ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorney: Justice For All'', unlucky cop Maggey Byrde explains that her life has been a constant string of disasters, giving examples of falling from a nine-story building at six months old, constantly getting sick from various foods, being hit by all manner of vehicles, failing nearly every test she's ever attempted, and never winning or even tying at a game of tic-tac-toe.
* ''Franchise/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice''
** In ''VideoGame/SamAndMaxHitTheRoad'', the sign read "Guns, Liquor, Baby Needs."
** In ''VideoGame/SamAndMaxSaveTheWorld'', the front of Bosco's store mentions that he sells things such as "guns, meat, beer, and candy."
*** The intro to ''Abe Lincoln Must Die'' (Season 1, Episode 4). The hypnotized President is passing even more silly laws than usual, which Max doesn't seem to mind. Until.
---->'''''Sam''''': And he's introducing mandatory gun registration!!
---->'''''Max''''': *Revealing his gun* Get the keys.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Rayman 2}}'', the [[GiantRobot Grolgoth]] can [[CrushKillDestroy "kill, crush, torture, destroy]], pull ears ..."
* In ''VideoGame/SaintsRow2'', the activity FUZZ lets you take the role of a police officer. To arrest (actually beating down) offenders of, lets just say, at the first level, purse snatcher, drunk, and a litterer.
** Near the beginning of the game, Johnny Gat is in court for "387 counts of murder, and one count of attempted murder".
* And in ''VideoGame/SaintsRowTheThird'', the news report following the mission "Party Time" explains that said mission resulted in multiple deaths and a noise complaint filed by a neighbor.
** In the DLC mission pack "Gangstas in Space", Jenny Jaros says this about crazed JerkAss director Andy Zhen before [[spoiler: [[BewareTheNiceOnes she snaps and kills him]].]]
-->'''Jenny:''' I'm tired of him trying to kill us, I'm tired of him being mean, and I'm tired of ''his stupid [[PrecisionFStrike fucking]] scarf''!
* In one of the levels in ''VideoGame/{{Scribblenauts}}'', you must find a way to take to heaven three people at the gates of hell. The people in question are a prisoner, a bully and a lawyer.
* In ''VideoGame/AgentUnderFire'' R is listing off all the (impressive) combat improvements to the BMW at the end of the second level, and finishes with, "And of course... [[MundaneMadeAwesome A refrigerated beverage holder]]."
* In ''VideoGame/TalesOfVesperia'', Karol asks Yuri why the knights are after him. "Murder? Arson? Kidnapping? Fraud?"(something like that) "Uhm, it's really just for jailbreak..."
* Lord Grathan from StarWarsTheOldRepublic is described by quest giver Captain Bryn as being a "MadScientist type. Likes weapons. Cyborgs. Droids. Ergonomic chairs."
* Inverted in the NES game ''VideoGame/FreedomForce'' (not to be confused with the Irrational Games title of the [[NamesTheSame same name]]), the Elite Assassins have jaywalking, forging passports, and storming embassies on listed on their rap sheet in that order, [[{{Narm}} all in the name of]] [[AttentionWhore getting on TV news.]]
* In ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClankUpYourArsenal'', one of the PA announcements in Nefarious's weapons factory on planet Daxx begins with "Are you looking for an exciting career in building security, execution, or VCR repair?"
** A PA announcement at Zeldrin Starport says "Welcome to Zeldrin Starport. Due to increased security, thermonuclear warheads and nail clippers are no longer permitted as carry-on baggage." This is a spoof of a real life case where a woman had the file on her nail clippers broken off by overzealous airport security.
* In ''VideoGame/RatchetDeadlocked'', Vox News reporters lists some of Ratchets supposed crimes: "the destruction of civic property, illegal hoverbike gangs, inadequate dental hygiene".
* In ''VideoGame/{{Fable}}'' and ''Fable II'', after you commit crimes in a town, a guard will run up to you and charge you with a list of all of them, offering you options of how to respond to the charges (pay a fine, run away, etc). In many cases, you've just finished rampaging through a town destroying everything and every one in your path, and then a guard charges you with 30+ counts of murder and one count of vandalism from that door you kicked down.
** It's even worse in the first game during the tutorial, if you gave the teddy bear to the bully you are ''damn'' sure going to hear about it from the guard.
* ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum'':
-->'''The Joker:''' ''Tell me, Bats, what are you really scared of? Failing to save this cesspool of a city? Not finding the Commissioner in time? [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments Me... IN A THONG!!??]]
* The priest in ''VideoGame/{{Warcraft}} III'' says this warning about magic: "Side effects may include dry mouth, nausea, vomiting, water retention, painful rectal itch, hallucination, dementia, psychosis, coma, death, and halitosis. Magic is not for everyone. Consult your doctor before use."
* The first ''VideoGame/{{Disgaea|HourOfDarkness}}'' gave us this little bit of gold, when describing the "ultimate Zombie":
-->'''Aramis:''' ''"The fists of a Dark Karate master... The legs of the fastest demon in the Netherworld... The brain of Mahogany, a famous sorcerer... The iron body of Hercules... And a'' '''''[[RefugeInAudacity horse wiener!]]'''''''"''
** Naturally, Laharl's reaction to all of them is smug disdain, except for the last, which worries him. Even the [[spoiler:flavor text of the item once you steal it]] reflects this.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}} Project: Imperishable Night'', Marisa says a line like this to Reimu in the Magic Team's playthrough.
-->'''Marisa:''' ''"You're right. The endless night, stealing the full moon, hiding the human village, and putting hats on stone statues, it's all Alice's fault. Now bitch, get out of the way!"''
* ''LiberalCrimeSquad'' often has rap sheets that read like this:
-->The defendant, Akira Copeland, is charged with treason, 4 counts of aiding a prison escape, 427 counts of felony assault, 560 counts of murder, 2 counts of arson, 2 counts of credit card fraud, 67 counts of breaking and entering, 13 counts of vandalism, resisting arrest and disturbing the peace.
* In [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wed_bW8iiEw this review]] of the "Chintendo" [[ShoddyKnockoffProduct KenSingTon Vii]], DrAshens makes some positive notes in its attractive packaging and that a few of the packaged games are actually worth playing. He detracts the substandard build quality, most of the games being unplayable and that it cost him a small fortune, but what pushed him to score it 0/10 is that they forgot to package a handstrap for the remote.
* The Announcer from ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' is NOT pleased with your performance. "All you ever do is disappoint and betray me! Cheating! Stealing! Friend-making!"
** On the information page for the Decoy map for [[ManVersusMachine Mann Vs. Machine]] mode the Soldier writes that the robots are smarter than them, stronger than them, and they can make toast. The last part is because, this being the [[AxCrazy Soldier]], he stared at a toaster for ''three months''.
** On the page for the 2013 Halloween event in the section introducing the spellbook item, it lists that the books are bound in human skin, written in human blood, and covered in tiny human hairs.
* The [[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Gray Fox]] is wanted for theft, embezzlement, forgery, pickpocketing, counterfeiting, burglary, conspiracy to commit theft, grand larceny, tax evasion, slander, fraud, perfidy and, of course, impertinence.
* ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' has a hilarious subversion. After recruiting the criminal, Jack, you can ask her about the crimes she's committed. Part of her answer: "Murder, assault, kidnapping, drugs, stealing, arson. Done it all. And that was the boring shit. Piracy, theft of military craft, destruction of a space station, and vandalism. That was a good one." Turns out the vandalism was [[ColonyDrop crashing that space station into a moon]] and making a crater. The Hanar ''really'' liked that moon.
* In ''VideoGame/MEndlessFrontier'', Kaguya apologizes to Cardia on behalf of the party fighting through the starting dungeon and "destroying a few machines... And robots... And I didn't make the bed when I left."
* In Disney's stunt-pilot flight sim ''Stunt Island'', if you crashed, you'd wake up in the hospital where the doctor would read off a random list of injuries, always ending with something trivial. Example: "You have a broken leg, a concussion, eight broken ribs, and bad breath. We'll have you patched up and flying again... tomorrow."
* A character from the ''[[BlasterSeries Math Blaster]]'' universe is wanted for "grand larceny and non-payment of electric bill."
* In ''VideoGame/GuildWars'', when the Asura golemancer Zinn is put on trial, the charges against him are given as " 1. Mathematical turpitude. 2. Gross flummoxery in the first degree. 3. Reckless instigation of mayhem WITHOUT a permit. 4. An overdue library tome".
** ''Winds of Change'' has a Stone Summit Dwarf who declares the players "killed our leader, slaughtered hundreds of my kin, disrupted our mining facility, and [=TRESPASSED ON OUR LAND=]!"
** Sif Shadowhunter: "I am Sif, great hunter of the north, slayer of ten dozen wolves, threescore bear, and one vicious rabbit."
* In ''AlphaProtocol'', when warned what can happen if he gets caught, Thorton replies, "I know. Execution; imprisonment; possibly another lecture from Westbridge ..."
* In ''DrillDozer'', Jill [[spoiler:gets arrested for theft, vandalism, avoiding the police and skipping out on 17 checks]].
* In ''SuikodenII'', [[BoisterousBruiser Viktor]] delivers one as his last taunt for Neclord.
--> '''Viktor''': "Heh, I'll make sure you never make that stupid grin again! [[OverlyLongGag I'll chop you up! Grind you up! Cut you into pieces! Dry you on the sun! Bury you to the ground! Piss on you! Then I'll dig you up! Pull you! Stretch you! Drag you around!]] And then... and then... in any case, I'll never forgive you!!"
* In ''SakuraWars 5:'' "All right you! You're under arrest for bank robbery and blind stupidity."
* In ''VideoGame/KingsQuestII[[VideoGameRemake +]]'', Ma Pumpkin's description of [[WickedWitch Hagatha]] combines this with BreadEggsMilkSquick: "You know her type... green warts, pointed ears, [[ImAHumanitarian cannibalistic]], doesn't put her trash out."
* The ''VideoGame/DiddyKongRacing'' promotional video starts out with one of these: "First on the scene! First with the news! ''Last'' in the journalist's invitational softball tournament! ''This is Hot Topic!''
* ''[[VideoGame/TheConduit The Conduit 2]]'''s Wikipedia page describes some stages you fight on, it reads:\\
''"The game is set to take place in a wide variety of areas. What has been shown so far is a Trust owned oil rig, Atlantis, the Lost City of Z, Washington D.C, Siberia, China and England. In the previous game, D.C was war torn, but it will have [[MonumentalDamage even more damage]] inflicted on it now. However, in an interview at E3 it was stated that Ford will be able to go to China."''
** SO D.C. is pretty much destroyed, and in this game, [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment it will be destroyed even more]], but Ford can go to China. Hoo-rah.
* It happens backstage too. After a recent load test on the [[http://openlifegrid.com/ Openlife]] Virtual World the staff reported that the script engine had problems with facelights, shoes, and "horse parts." (While the first two are quite popular with many players, there is only one equine avatar on the grid.)
* According to the [[DirtyCommunists Soviet]] propaganda in ''VideoGame/FreedomFighters'', "Last three American presidents were corrupt, involved in assassination of foreign contries leaders, and cheated on their wives."
* A wanted list in ''VideoGame/MonkeyIsland2LeChucksRevenge'' starts off by listing Guybrush Threepwood for murder and some various petty crimes. As you progress through the game, the list becomes more and more ridiculous, including cheating at a spitting contest, vandalizing a public library's lighthouse model, and stealing a pet rat.
* Radio Shack once published a variant of ''TabletopGame/{{Mastermind}}'' for the UsefulNotes/TRS80 named ''Quick, Watson!''. In this game, you have to determine which of 4 criminals committed each of 4 crimes: assault, felony theft, arson, and parking in front of a fire hydrant.
* In ''SpyFox 2: Some Assembly Required'', the "evil nemesis" of [=SpyCorps=] is [[FunWithAcronyms S.M.E.L.L.Y]], the Society for Meaningless Evil, Larceny, Lying, and Yelling.
* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII'' Right before the Battle of the Gardens, the player is given the choice of various orders to have Squall give to Balamb Garden. The choices involve their battle strategy, but one involves what to do with the hot dogs. (You're [[WhatTheHellHero called out]] if you go overboard with the orders, though.)
* ''VideoGame/DeusExInvisibleWar'' plays with this, with a request for an inventory of Servo nets, energy clips, rotator bearings and coffee from the weapons department.
* In ''VideoGame/EarthBound'', after defeating the gang plaguing the first town, the mayor thanks you and summarises your conquests thusly: "You beat up the town bullies! Punched them out big time, kicked their butts, bit their heads off, spit in their eyes, and made them wet their pants! Then you made them promise not to make anymore trouble in town!"
* Almost literal examples in ''LANoire''. When Cole arrests people, he lists off their crimes and doesn't always do so in ascending order of seriousness.
-->'''Cole''': "You are under arrest for narcotics trafficking, attempted murder, reckless endangerment, and destruction of LAPD property!"
** Somewhat humorous considering the fact that he was dead serious while listing those charges. There's no messing around on this trope with him.
* In ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'', on the second visit to Hengsha, Adam has to enter the Harvesters' base. If he does so, kills a lot of Harvesters to get to Tong, and made friends with Tong on his first visit, Tong will have this to say:
-->"I am disappointed in you, Mr. Jensen. I thought we were friends. My hacker goes missing. You break into my place of business. Half my men end up dead. And you don't even knock when entering a room."
** Also one of Pritchard's mails on security for employees: DON'T give your friends your access cards, DON'T meet your friends and family in your workplace and most importantly, [[DigitalPiracyIsEvil DON'T Play shareware games during lunch hour]]
** Not so unreasonable, considering how a company that makes electronic prosthetics for the military would be worried about spyware getting on the network.
* ''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights: Hordes of the Underdark'', in one of the lines where Deekin is writing his book: "And the mighty hero crept into the mage's tower, ready for anything! Magic, demons, mazes, vicious bread puddings... well, okay, maybe not bread puddings..."
* In [[VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl Pokemon Platinum]], when the player encounters Team Galactic for the first time as they are confronting Rowan and his assistant:
--> '''Professor Rowan''': Quiet, you lot! Why must you be such a nuisance? Let me list some lessons you still need to learn. #1: Don't loiter about for no good reason. #2: Don't interrupt others while they are attempting to converse. #3: If you don't get your way, don't raise your voice to be intimidating. #4: Don't think you've grown strong just because you're in a group. #5: What is with those outlandish outfits you have on?
* The chat rules for ''VideoGame/TheGodfather: Five Families'' are "No profanity, personal attacks, hate speech, spam or links"
* In ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion'', a wanted poster for the Grey Fox charges him with "theft, embezzlement, forgery, pickpocketing, counterfeiting, burglary, conspiracy to commit theft, grand larceny, tax evasion, slander, fraud, perfidy and impertinence."
** In ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'', you meet an Orc Bandit named Borkul the Beast in the Cidhna Mines prison.
-->'''Player:''' ''"So what are you in for?"''
-->'''Borkul:''' ''"Murder, Banditry, Assault, Theft... and lollygagging."''
** When all those city guards warn you against lollygagging, they mean it.
* {{Bethesda}} really likes this one. In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', if you ask Moira Brown what sort of work is involved in helping her with her Wasteland Survival Guide, she replies "Let's see... dealing with radiation, testing an experimental device, and I won't lie to you, it may involve some ''reading''. That sort of stuff."
* In ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou'', Reaper Sport 1 is RussianRoulette. Reaper Sport 2 is ''Hide-and-Seek'', though number 1 comes from a guy who got the others wrong. Then again, Reaper Sport 3 is a Player Hunt, while Reaper Sport 4 is ''Tag''. So he may not be far off.
* Inverted in ''VideoGame/SonicColors'', when Dr. Eggman gives his copyright notice, he provides these rules:
-->'''Dr. Eggman''': All unauthorized photography, video reproduction, or shutting down of generators is strictly prohibited. Thank you.
* Inverted in ''[[VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic Knights of the Old Republic II]]'' with [[PsychoForHire HK-47's]] complaints about the HK-51, [[EvilIsPetty complaining they are cheap knock offs that butcher his original design]], when the player can point out that they look very similar to him. Something that he rages less about is the fact a bunch of assassin droids running around looking like him will make it harder for him to work as assassin since people will know what he looks like, a much more logical reason for hating them.
* At the end of one of the last maps of ''VideoGame/DungeonKeeper'', your mentor mentions how vampires have sucked the life out of everyone in the land, poisoned the wells, and 'smeared dung all on all the door handles as a joke'.
* In ''VideoGame/AgeOfEmpires Online'', the port master tells a tale of how bandits ransacked his home, murdered his wife, set fire to his fishing nets, stole his harpoons, [[KickTheDog boiled his cat]], drank his grog and sat in his favorite chair. Oh, and they also kidnapped his children, which he wants you to rescue.
* The second cinematic in ''VideoGame/EpicMickey'' shows Mickey strapped to an operating table, with the Mad Doctor controlling a device that has shears, a corkscrew/drill hybrid, a chainsaw, and a toilet plunger. Then it turns out it's supposed to remove Mickey's heart and suddenly gets more scary.
* In ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy2'' when Bowser is defeated for the final time, he remarks "My powers...gone... My empire...shrinking.... My huge cake...never got a slice..."
* In ''VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs'', SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker's [[http://www.comicvine.com/forums/gen-discussion/1/injustice-gods-among-us-joker-leak/671385/ biography]] says that his crimes include, "Terrorism, murder, arson, larceny, robbery, racketeering, kidnapping, torture and jaywalking".
* In ''VideoGame/MyLittleInvestigations'', when the Cutie Mark Crusaders tried to get their cutie marks in interpretive dance, they set a tiger loose, Rarity's mane was on fire, and Opalescence was stuck in a tree.
* In ''VideoGame/KatawaShoujo'', Jigoro, Shizune's father, calls Hisao "An amoral, directionless glue-huffer, with a complete lack of etiquette and absolutely no fashion sense".
* There was a {{PC}} game in TheEighties which provided a {{backstory}} for, of all things, ''hangman''. According to the story, the PlayerCharacter's friend was arrested for murder, arson, manslaughter, grand theft auto, and a list of other felonies, and also "extreme ugliness."
-->But the judge, being a benevolent sort, is willing to commute the sentence down to just extreme ugliness provided that the accused has one friend. GUESS WHO?
* In ''[[Franchise/CrashBandicoot Crash Tag Team Racing]]'' one of Cortex's lines when he's separating from a car he's currently clashed with is "Cortex is a lone wolf, a bald eagle, a burrowing hamster".
* Inverted in ''VideoGame/JadeEmpire''. The list of grievances suffered by Minister Sheng on his post is mostly filled with minor humiliations, like slipping on mud or getting peed on by a dog, but ends with "Sailors burned down his office".
* The MO of the Space Pirates from ''Franchise/{{Metroid}}'': kill those who get in their way, conduct unethical biological experiments to make killer bio-weapons that may or may not obey them, take any interesting tech/stuff that isn't bolted and use/reverse engineer it for their own benefit... even if means stealing doorway technology.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 2}}'', posters state that Salvador is wanted for manslaughter, theft, arson, destruction of property, trespassing, [[ImAHumanitarian cannibalism]], public indecency, and.... profanity.
* In ''VideoGame/PuzzleClubhouse'' [[http://www.puzzleclubhouse.com/player?episode=00000 Episode 0]], the ice cream flavors offered by Guardian of the Forbidden Maze of Welcoming are "Cyanide, Decapitation, or... Cookie Dough."
* In ''VideoGame/DarkSeed 2'', Mike Dawson tells his mother that what he went through the previous year was "far worse than anything you could imagine." Her response? "I've lost a husband and a sister to cancer, your father left me no insurance money, ''and I have arthritis''."
* [[http://wiki.mizuumi.net/w/Wonderful_World From the free]] {{doujin}} FightingGame ''VideoGame/WonderfulWorld'', we have Sabe's backstory:
-->A high-ranking demon living in hell. His hobbies include going above ground to smash up villages every once in a while. Several years ago, a certain swordsman [[EyeScream cut out both of his eyes.]] However, even without his eyes, he can somehow see. He is the one who taught Lunathia dirty words.
* ''VideoGame/KidIcarusUprising'' gives us Thanatos and his job bonuses.
--> '''[[spoiler:Hades]]:''' He ''is'' the god of death, after all. So he gets perks, like evil powers and health insurance. Oh, and free soda.
* On the reveal of ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'' champion Jinx, her wanted poster listed her crimes as:
--> "murder, unprovoked assault, disturbing the peace, public indecency, murder again, unauthorized property recoloration, unflattering impersonation of an officer, reckless hexplosive detonation, destruction of the peace, really petty larceny, exorbitant weapon size, some more murders, inciting mass hysteria, making fun of the peace, aggravated jaywalking and forging of official wanted posters."
* In ''Franchise/{{Darkstalkers}}'', Baby Bonnie Hood's routine as an assassin is as follows (note the fifth one):
-->1. Attending the conference Hunters Guild of the Northern European Alpine Branch to secure part of the silly profit, interchanging with the other Hunters is necessary. 2. Obtaining weapons and ammunition through illegal means. A first class job requires first class materials. 3. Maintaining portable weapons at home. To every Hunter, skipping this is suicidal. 4. Making gunpowder mixtures for mines. Continuously researching is the sign of a professional. [[VillainsOutShopping 5. Going to town to buy food and clothing, and going to Grandmother's house to do errands.]] 6. Training for controlled shooting, such as shooting 50 targets while performing a 100 m (328 ft) dash. Basic training is the foundation for advanced skill. One must not forget to always return to the basics. 7. Using the satellite Catastrophe, a camouflaged military satellite, to retrieve information on Darkstalkers. Information gathering is the key to the current Hunter business. One must use any means possible to eliminate the target. 8. Enter the Dark Hunting Grand Prix held twice a year. A target is decided upon and they compete to see who can hunt it down first. This is a competition for the Hunters to test their own skills, but not all Hunters compete in this tournament.
* Quoth PC Gamer's Must Not Buy list: "''VideoGame/PlumbersDontWearTies'' is a shallow, hateful waste of a game, and may very well be responsible for having killed the 3DO, interactive fiction, and the whale."

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