And sticking with the Super Star series, in Revenge Of Meta Knight, after the former captain left the ship, Meta Knight tells the rest to leave. But they refuse, saying they will try to finish off Kirby. In the non-Japanese SNES version, Meta Knight thinks about it and agrees, thanking them. In all regions for DS version and Virtual Console (Wii and Wii U) however:
Meta Knight: You are all about to perish. Do as you please.
In Kirby Super Star Ultra, you can play as Meta Knight. It's pretty hard to get a game over with him because of his strength and healing abilities, but if you do...he's got his back to you, the player. If you select "Quit", he doesn't even move as the hand lifts him and places him on the moon, and he gives off this aura of shame and anger, that he was too weak. It's pretty guilt-inducing if you're a MK fan.
It's even worse when you're fighting Metal General EX. As he busts out HR-D3's second form, this music plays. Metal General's job is to protect Egg Engines. This song gives a vibe that says he knows he'll eventually fall to Kirby, but he desperately won't give up until one of them goes down. And Kirby just won't die.
(Probably) even worse still, this song plays when you fight Galacta Knight in the first half of the battle. If you remember him, he was the greatest warrior who ever lived until Meta Knight, who wished him back, kicked his ass as well as Kirby who was en route to facing Marx Soul. With the way he fights, in which his battle style is lackluster compared to last time, his self-esteem has to be shattered by the time you fight him again in the True Arena, and considering the events that happened in Kirby Super Star Ultra, he's probably out for blood...
Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards. Take a guess. Well, that's wrong. See, Shiver Star's rumored to be a post-apocalyptic earth where only machines and mutant life exist. Humanity knew it was going to go extinct, it was doomed. So, instead of trying to stop their own demise, they took whatever life they could find and stuffed it into life support machines so that one day they could repopulate that world, even without humanity.