->''"The cycle of nature and your stupid plan don't mean a thing! Aerith is gone. Aerith will no longer talk, no longer laugh, cry or get angry."''
-->-- '''Cloud Strife''' to Sephiroth over [[ItWasHisSled one of the most famous examples of this trope in gaming]], ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII''

->''"No one stays dead except Bucky, Jason Todd and [[DeathByOriginStory Uncle Ben.]]"''
-->-- An old comic book mantra. [[HilariousInHindsight Not long after]] it came into existence, [[DeathIsCheap they resurrected Bucky and Jason Todd anyway.]] Uncle Ben is still dead. Until they brought him back in the Ultimate Universe. Then they killed him again, so no biggie.

->'''Thunderbolt:''' So, how do I make my [[DisneyDeath shockingly unexpected and triumphant return?]]\\
'''Lightning:''' You don't.\\
'''Thunderbolt:''' What do you mean, I don't?\\
'''Lightning:''' You ''don't'' make a shockingly unexpected and triumphant return. You die. You're dead. You never come back.\\
'''Thunderbolt:''' N-not even for a ReunionShow?\\
'''Lightning:''' Not even for [[RemakeCameo a cameo in the remake]].
-->--''Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure'' (lampshading/parodying the DisneyDeath trope)

->'''[[Webcomic/ElGoonishShive Susan]]''': [[{{Understatement}} Dying is usually inconvenient]].

->''"YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS ARE DEAD. GAME OVER." It's priceless. Like, I can't believe it. Isn't that a mean thing to say to kids? Nobody ever dies in Nintendo. They are either "defeated" or they turn into an item and like float away. But here comes a game like ''VideoGame/FridayThe13th'' that just cuts the bullshit, shows some balls, comes flat out and says, "You're fucking dead. And your friends too."''
-->-- ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd'' on the NES game's infamous GameOver screen.