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* Ky and Dizzy in ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'', while ''technically'' not married due to in-universe legal reasons, are for all other intents and purposes a married couple in-between ''XX'' and ''2'' and still refer to each other as husband and wife, making them the first instance of a married couple in a fighting game where both partners are playable.


* ''KingdomHearts'' has (in theory at least) Mickey and Minnie Mouse. Since they rule together as King and Queen, it's not unreasonable to presume they're married, although it's never explicitly stated that they are.

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* ''KingdomHearts'' ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' has (in theory at least) Mickey and Minnie Mouse. Since they rule together as King and Queen, it's not unreasonable to presume they're married, although it's never explicitly stated that they are.


* ''VideoGames/BendyAndTheInkMachine'': A letter on Joey's bulletin board implies that [[spoiler: Thomas Connor and Allison Pendle]] got married.

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* ''VideoGames/BendyAndTheInkMachine'': ''VideoGame/BendyAndTheInkMachine'': A letter on Joey's bulletin board implies that [[spoiler: Thomas Connor and Allison Pendle]] got married.

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* ''VideoGames/BendyAndTheInkMachine'': A letter on Joey's bulletin board implies that [[spoiler: Thomas Connor and Allison Pendle]] got married.


* [[VideoGame/MonkeyIsland Guybrush Threepwood and Elaine Marley]] as of the end of ''[[VideoGame/TheCurseOfMonkeyIsland Curse]]''. Despite Elaine's arguably superior intellect and competency, she always trusts Guybrush. The only time their marriage is remotely threatened is in ''[[VideoGame/TalesOfMonkeyIsland Tales]]'', when she falls under [[spoiler: the Pox of Lechuck]] and he spends his entire adventure with another woman, but he never turns away from Elaine, and by the end of chapter four it's clear that she'll do anything for him.

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* [[VideoGame/MonkeyIsland ''VideoGame/MonkeyIsland'': Guybrush Threepwood and Elaine Marley]] Marley as of the end of ''[[VideoGame/TheCurseOfMonkeyIsland Curse]]''. Despite Elaine's arguably superior intellect and competency, she always trusts Guybrush. The only time their marriage is remotely threatened is in ''[[VideoGame/TalesOfMonkeyIsland Tales]]'', when she falls under [[spoiler: the Pox of Lechuck]] and he spends his entire adventure with another woman, but he never turns away from Elaine, and by the end of chapter four it's clear that she'll do anything for him.

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* ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' has Professor Kukui and Professor Burnet (the same from the Dream Radar application). The anime, however, start them out as a couple with them getting married after [[spoiler: the Ultra Beast arc.]] In both cases, they are quite happy together


* ''VideoGame/ClarencesBigChance'': [[spoiler:Clarence and the girl in the Best Ending.]]

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** In ''VideoGame/KingsQuest2015'', Graham and Valanice are in their dotage but still adore one another. Their children's marriages are also implied to be happy, although neither Edgar nor Cassima are ever seen in the game and Cassima isn't even mentioned by name.



*** The Human Noble Warden had an excellent example of a happy marriage in their parents, Bryce and Eleanor Cousland. The origin story depicts them as kindly people who love each other very much, and [[spoiler:remain TogetherInDeath to buy their youngest child time to escape]]. The Warden's older brother, Fergus, is also shown in the origin story as being happily married to his wife Oriana.
*** Although their mother has died by the time of ''Origins'', the City Elf Warden's parents, Cyrion and Adaia Tabris, are understood to have been very happily married. It's even stated that Duncan wanted to recruit Adaia to the Wardens years earlier, and part of the reason she didn't go was because of this.
*** In the ''Awakening'' expansion, if Nathaniel Howe is recruited to the Wardens, the party can facilitate a reunion between him and his sister Delilah. She's now married to a shopkeeper named Albert, and is quick to assure her brother that she didn't get married out of desperation; in her own words, she adores her husband, and is expecting their first child.



*** If Hawke is female and romances Sebastian on the friendship path, he will ask if she is willing to enter a chaste marriage with him, taking vows as a Chantry sister. If she accepts, they get married almost immediately; from what is shown of the relationship in the remainder of the game, they are very happy together.
*** Although Hawke's father Malcolm died some time before the beginning of the game, everything their mother Leandra says about her marriage to him - and everything that Hawke and their siblings remember about it themselves - indicates that it was extremely happy and loving, despite the hardships created by Malcolm and Bethany (and potentially Hawke) being apostate mages.



** Also in ''Inquisition,'' the DLC ''Trespasser'' may include a wedding for the female Inquisitor if she romanced either [[spoiler:Sera]] or [[spoiler:Cullen]] and accepts their proposal. In both cases, the epilogue indicates that they are very happy together.
%%** Other examples include Bryce and Eleanor Cousland, who [[spoiler: stay together in their last moments]], Fergus and Oriana Cousland [[spoiler: until she and their son Oren are killed]], Delilah Howe and her husband Albert, as revealed during Nathaniel's personal quest in ''Awakening'', Danyla and Athras [[spoiler: but only continue to be so if you take one of the few scenarios where she doesn't die]], Cyrion and Adaia Tabris, Aveline and Wesley Vallen [[spoiler: until he dies from the taint]], and Leandra and Malcolm Hawke.

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** *** Also in ''Inquisition,'' the DLC ''Trespasser'' may include a wedding for the female Inquisitor if she romanced either [[spoiler:Sera]] or [[spoiler:Cullen]] and accepts their proposal. In both cases, the epilogue indicates that they are very happy together.
%%** Other examples include Bryce and Eleanor Cousland, who [[spoiler: stay together in their last moments]], Fergus and Oriana Cousland [[spoiler: until she and their son Oren are killed]], Delilah Howe and her husband Albert, as revealed during Nathaniel's personal quest in ''Awakening'', Danyla and Athras [[spoiler: but only continue to be so if you take one of the few scenarios where she doesn't die]], Cyrion and Adaia Tabris, Aveline and Wesley Vallen [[spoiler: until he dies from the taint]], and Leandra and Malcolm Hawke.
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%%* VideoGame/{{Catherine}}: [[spoiler: In the game's "True Lovers" ending (one of several true endings), Vincent and Katherine get married. Orlando and his ex-wife even decide to give it another chance as well. [[HappyEnding Happy endings]] for everyone!]]

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%%* VideoGame/{{Catherine}}: ''VideoGame/{{Catherine}}'': [[spoiler: In the game's "True Lovers" ending (one of several true endings), Vincent and Katherine get married. Orlando and his ex-wife even decide to give it another chance as well. [[HappyEnding Happy endings]] for everyone!]]



%%* Every couple in VideoGame/DynastyWarriors, which sometimes serves as a marked departure from how things were in [[Literature/RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms the books they were based off]].



* Almost every VideoGame/DynastyWarriors and VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors husband/wife team is a good match between people who do care about each other, often ignoring both history and the source material, though Hideyoshi is still a bit of a lech and Nohime is a very mentally disturbed woman.

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* Almost every VideoGame/DynastyWarriors ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriors'' and VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors ''VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors'' husband/wife team is a good match between people who do care about each other, often ignoring both history and the source material, though Hideyoshi is still a bit of a lech and Nohime is a very mentally disturbed woman.



* In ''Videogame/WitchesLegacy'' Lynn and Edward, despite a rocky start to their relationship, are this. Having gotten past their opposing viewpoints and occasional bouts of being both a DamselInDistress and DistressedDude to [[BattleCouple fight evil]].

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* In ''Videogame/WitchesLegacy'' Lynn and Edward, despite a rocky start to their relationship, are this. Having this, having gotten past their opposing viewpoints and occasional bouts of being both a DamselInDistress and DistressedDude to [[BattleCouple fight evil]].



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* In ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series' backstory, LostOrphanedRoyalty and the future Queen of Morrowind, Barenziah, was [[RulingFamilyMassacre the last surviving member of her noble Dunmeri family]] after [[TheConqueror Tiber Septim]]'s Imperial Legions sacked Mournhold. Septim's Dunmeri General, Symmachus, convinced Septim to spare the girl as she would prove useful as a [[PuppetKing Puppet Vassal Queen]] down the line. After escaping from her Imperial-loyalist foster family and having plenty of adventures in her youth, including spending time as TheArtfulDodger and participating in TheOldestProfession, Symmachus tracked her down and sent her to live with Septim himself. After an affair with Septim [[GoodGirlsAvoidAbortion turned ugly]], Barenziah would marry Symmachus and take the throne as Queen of Morrowind. Despite the potential for issues given their history, her marriage to Symmachus turned out to be a very happy one. However, Symmachus was killed during unrest in Morrowind and, fearing for her life and the lives of her children, Barenziah abdicated the throne and fled to the Imperial City. There she met King Eadwyre of Wayrest in High Rock, and the two would enter a marriage of political convenience. Once again, despite the potential for issues inherent is such an arrangement, the marriage was by all accounts a happy one.


* In ''VideoGame/Guenevere'', [[PlayerCharacter Guen's]] marriage to Arthur has the potential for this. If options are chosen that indicate she's [[PerfectlyArrangedMarriage happy in the match]], he will fully reciprocate, and other characters will remark on their apparent bliss.

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* In ''VideoGame/Guenevere'', ''VideoGame/{{Guenevere}}'', [[PlayerCharacter Guen's]] marriage to Arthur has the potential for this. If options are chosen that indicate she's [[PerfectlyArrangedMarriage happy in the match]], he will fully reciprocate, and other characters will remark on their apparent bliss.



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* In ''VideoGame/Guenevere'', [[PlayerCharacter Guen's]] marriage to Arthur has the potential for this. If options are chosen that indicate she's [[PerfectlyArrangedMarriage happy in the match]], he will fully reciprocate, and other characters will remark on their apparent bliss.


%%* We have Meryl and Johnny getting a happy wedding at the end of ''MetalGearSolid4''.

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%%* We have Meryl and Johnny getting a happy wedding at the end of ''MetalGearSolid4''.''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4GunsOfThePatriots''.


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%%** Other examples include Bryce and Eleanor Cousland, who [[spoiler: stay together in their last moments]], Fergus and Oriana Cousland [[spoiler: until she and their son Oren are killed]], Delilah Howe and her husband Albert, as revealed during Nathaniel's personal quest in ''Awakening'', Danyla and Athras [[spoiler: but only continue to be so if you take one of the few scenarios where she doesn't die]], Cyrion and Adaia Tabris, Aveline and Wesley Vallen [[spoiler: until he dies from the taint]], and Leandra and Malcolm Hawke.


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%%** Other examples include Bryce and Eleanor Cousland, who [[spoiler: stay together in their last moments]], Fergus and Oriana Cousland [[spoiler: until she and their son Oren are killed]], Delilah Howe and her husband Albert, as revealed during Nathaniel's personal quest in ''Awakening'', Danyla and Athras [[spoiler: but only continue to be so if you take one of the few scenarios where she doesn't die]], Cyrion and Adaia Tabris, Aveline and Wesley Vallen [[spoiler: until he dies from the taint]], and Leandra and Malcolm Hawke.


* The player character and three of the four potential love interests from ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'', although [[EarnYourHappyEnding you have to put some effort into it.]]
** The world of ''Franchise/DragonAge'' seems significantly more accepting of extramarital affairs than a normal medieval setting, so the only romantic pairing in either game in which the player ends up getting married is with a female Human Noble Warden and Alistair in the first game. (Theirs is, however, an ''extremely'' happy marriage; the epilogue states that Alistair openly adores his wife.)%% [[BetaCouple Aveline and Donnick]] end up Happily Married in ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'' if Hawke helps out.

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* The player character and three of the four potential love interests from ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'', although [[EarnYourHappyEnding you have to put some effort into it.]]
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** The world of ''Franchise/DragonAge'' Thedas seems significantly more accepting of extramarital affairs than a normal medieval setting, so the only romantic pairing in either game ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' in which the player ends up getting married is with a female Human Noble Warden and Alistair in the first game. (Theirs Alistair. Theirs is, however, an ''extremely'' happy marriage; the epilogue states that Alistair openly adores his wife.)%% [[BetaCouple wife, much to the delight of the rest of the kingdom.
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Aveline and Donnick]] end up Happily Married Donnic get married between Acts 2 and 3 in ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'' if Hawke helps out.''VideoGame/DragonAgeII.'' Aveline has a personal quest in Act 3, as well as several lines of party banter, which indicate that the marriage is very solid and quite happy. From what little of it is shown in Act 1, Aveline's first marriage to the ill-fated Wesley Vallen was also very loving and happy.

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