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* Zig-zagged in ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', where the player character goes to sleep on top of the bed in Toriel's house, and wakes up under the sheets - it's implied that Toriel covered them when she brought the pie into the room. They're also shown lying on top of the bed at the inn in Snowdin... for about two minutes, because the snoring in the other room is keeping them awake. Then if they stay in the MTT Restort, they'll actually go entirely under the covers and can move around under them because of how big the bed is. Finally, there's [[spoiler:the True Lab]], where they can lie in a bed with the sheets at the end of it, until [[spoiler:one of the amalgamates]] pulls said sheets over them.


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[[caption-width-right:225:There is [[LimitedWardrobe no nightwear either]], apparently.]]

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* ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' have characters lie on their beds without sheets. Of particular note is Arl Eamon, who is supposed to have been sick and bedridden for weeks, if not months. A piece of concept art depict him all wrapped up in blankets and sheets, but in-game he's lying fully clothed on the bed like he's taking a quick nap.


* ''VideoGame/{{Shenmue}}'' on the Dreamcast. Ryo was a lazy bugger, he never changed his clothes for bed or even took his jacket and boots off!

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* ''VideoGame/{{Shenmue}}'' on the Dreamcast. Ryo was a lazy bugger, he never changed at least sheds his clothes for bed or even took sneakers and jacket, but always sleeps atop his jacket and boots off!bedspread.


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* ''VideoGame/Fallout4'' is much the same way, though it's usually justified in that the vast majority of beds you'll encounter have no sheets to begin with, with some being nothing other than a bare mattress on the floor.


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* ''VideoGame/HonkaiImpact3rd'' includes dorms where chibi versions of your Valkyries can be placed in as if they were actual living quarters, including decorations and furnishings. When a Valkyrie wants to sleep, she will simply roll onto the bed and conk out without disturbing the sheets.
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* ''VideoGame/HonkaiImpact3rd'' includes dorms which chibi versions of your Valkyries can be placed in as if they were actual living quarters, including decorations and furnishings. When a Valkyrie wants to sleep, she will simply roll onto the bed and conk out without disturbing the sheets.
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* ''VideoGame/HonkaiImpact3rd'' includes dorms which chibi versions of your Valkyries can be placed in as if they were actual living quarters. When a Valkyrie wants to sleep, she will simply roll onto the bed and conk out without disturbing the sheets.

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* ''VideoGame/HonkaiImpact3rd'' includes dorms which chibi versions of your Valkyries can be placed in as if they were actual living quarters.quarters, including decorations and furnishings. When a Valkyrie wants to sleep, she will simply roll onto the bed and conk out without disturbing the sheets.

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* ''VideoGame/HonkaiImpact3rd'' includes dorms which chibi versions of your Valkyries can be placed in as if they were actual living quarters. When a Valkyrie wants to sleep, she will simply roll onto the bed and conk out without disturbing the sheets.
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A [[VideoGameTropes video game trope]], usually seen in RolePlayingGames.

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A [[VideoGameTropes video game trope]], {{Video Game Trope|s}}, usually seen in RolePlayingGames.


* ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'': This trope happens in every game in the series, with the exception of ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsChainOfMemories'', where there are no beds.
* ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'': Many beds are like this.

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* ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'': ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'': This trope happens in every game in the series, with the exception of ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsChainOfMemories'', where there are no beds.
* ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'': ''VideoGame/Fallout3'': Many beds are like this.


* Averted in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioRPG''. After spending the night at an inn or similar place, Mario can be seen under the blanket of the bed. You even have to hit the jump button to make him get up.

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* Averted in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioRPG''. After spending the night at an inn or similar place, Mario can be seen under the blanket of the bed. You even have to hit the jump button to make him get up. This is a bit of a cheat though, since the game is technically sprite-based.


* In Episode 2 of ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrange'' starts with Max waking up in her bed, but there are no bedsheets. Similarly, there is a scene in Episode 3 where Max and Chloe wake up in Chloe's bed.

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* In Episode 2 of ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrange'' starts with Max waking up in her bed, but there are no bedsheets. Similarly, there is a scene in Episode 3 where Max and Chloe wake up in Chloe's bed.

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