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** He makes [[VideoGame/{{Prototype}} Alex Mercer]] and [[VideoGame/GodOfWarSeries Kratos]] look like yoga instructors in comparison.

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** He makes [[VideoGame/{{Prototype}} Alex Mercer]] and [[VideoGame/GodOfWarSeries [[VideoGame/GodOfWar Kratos]] look like yoga instructors in comparison.



* "Unstoppable Rage" sums up [[VillainProtagonist Kratos]] from the ''VideoGame/GodOfWarSeries''. Plus, he has an ability named "Rage of the Gods/Titans/[[spoiler:Sparta]]", that makes him more unstoppable.

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* "Unstoppable Rage" sums up [[VillainProtagonist Kratos]] from the ''VideoGame/GodOfWarSeries''.''VideoGame/GodOfWar'' series. Plus, he has an ability named "Rage of the Gods/Titans/[[spoiler:Sparta]]", that makes him more unstoppable.

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* ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'':
** This is Jack's EstablishingCharacterMoment when she breaks out of containment on the prison ship. She spends the entire recruitment mission tearing the ship, guards and other prisoners to ribbons and only comes down once you finally catch up with her and offer her the job.


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** Wrex unleashes absolute hell on [[spoiler: Shepard if s/he sabotages the genophage cure]].


* [[SuperMode Darkspine]] Franchise/{{Sonic|TheHedgehog}} from ''[[VideoGame/SonicStorybookSeries Sonic and the Secret Rings]]''. [[spoiler:After [[ExpositionFairy Shahara]] is killed, Sonic remains calm for a bit. And then all hell breaks loose when he absorbs the [[MineralMacGuffin World Rings]] [[{{Expy}} (The Arabian Nights equivalent of the Chaos Emeralds, only with emotions assigned to them) of anger, hatred, and sadness]], [[EvilSoundsDeep getting a demonic voice]], and screaming as he lets loose a flurry of punches and kicks before striking the perpetrator of Shahra's death with an energy flare]].

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* ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog'':
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[[SuperMode Darkspine]] Franchise/{{Sonic|TheHedgehog}} Sonic from ''[[VideoGame/SonicStorybookSeries Sonic and the Secret Rings]]''. [[spoiler:After [[ExpositionFairy Shahara]] is killed, Sonic remains calm for a bit. And then all hell breaks loose when he absorbs the [[MineralMacGuffin World Rings]] [[{{Expy}} (The Arabian Nights equivalent of the Chaos Emeralds, only with emotions assigned to them) of anger, hatred, and sadness]], [[EvilSoundsDeep getting a demonic voice]], and screaming as he lets loose a flurry of punches and kicks before striking the perpetrator of Shahra's death with an energy flare]].

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** In Chapter 12, Seraphina ends up taking a shot meant for Killia, and for a moment it seems she has died. This causes him to have a flash back to when [[spoiler: Liezerota took a similar attack from Void Dark, which killed her. Killia, needless to say, flips out and reverts back to his old identity, [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Tyrant Overlord Killidia]]. You get to control Killidia as he tears the daylights out of the enemy demons, and what puts the ''Unstoppable'' in this Rage is that he has no limit to his actions -- as in once you move and attack, you can do so ''again'' without using up a turn! CurbStompBattle doesn't even come close to describing it.]]
* ''VideoGame/LaPucelle'': When Prier has been captured by the enemy and it looks like she's going to be executed, Croix flashes back to when [[spoiler: his fiancée, Angelique, was caught and killed in a similar manner. This causes him to revert back to the Dark Prince, and in a controllable fight, utterly wrecks the enemy demon in charge. The post-battle cutscene shows Croix continually stomping the downed demon, whom is now ''begging for its life''. Homard tries to get him to stop, and gets a backhand in exchange that sends him flying! It takes a CooldownHug from Prier to finally quell his rage. However, one chapter later, he is forced to see Angelique's execution again, and it permanently sends him into his Dark Prince side.]]

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* Speaking of Fallout, one need to look no farther than ''VideoGame/Fallout4'', a man or woman with little-to-no combat experience and a pistol and riot baton in a post-apocalyptic world they're never seen before, and still manage to blow the heads off of monsters and crazed raiders to get to the man who shot their spouse and make him pay[[spoiler:, and once they get there, they make it very clear that this will end with Kellogg's heart ripped from his body]].

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** Enemies and bosses can sometimes use "enrage" effects that significantly increase their damage and must be dispelled. After a certain amount of time, usually five to 15 minutes depending on the encounter, raid bosses go into a berserker rage, increasing their damage to the point at which they can kill any appropriately-leveled player in one hit, and wipe the raid in seconds.


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** In ''[[VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles2 Torna the Golden Country]], when Malos blasts Auresco with his Siren, [[spoiler:killing Milton]], Mythra goes on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge and uses her full power to kill Malos and make him suffer. She [[spoiler:ends up destroying Torna]] as a result, because Addam couldn't control her.

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** In ''[[VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles2 Torna the Golden Country]], Country]]'', when Malos blasts Auresco with his Siren, [[spoiler:killing Milton]], Mythra goes on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge and uses her full power to kill Malos and make him suffer. She [[spoiler:ends up destroying Torna]] as a result, because Addam couldn't control her.


* In ''VideoGame/{{Xenoblade}}'', when [[spoiler:Metal Face murders Fiora]], Shulk reacts... ''badly''.

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[[spoiler:Metal Face murders Fiora]], Shulk reacts... ''badly''.


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** In ''[[VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles2 Torna the Golden Country]], when Malos blasts Auresco with his Siren, [[spoiler:killing Milton]], Mythra goes on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge and uses her full power to kill Malos and make him suffer. She [[spoiler:ends up destroying Torna]] as a result, because Addam couldn't control her.


* While very short, Junpei's Persona evolution in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'' very much qualifies, as he [[spoiler: Screams in rage at Takaya killing Chidori, summons Hermes which subsequently evolves into Trismegistus for all to see, and blasts Jin off his feet, showing that he'd quite happily rip them both limb from limb if his friends didn't talk him down.]] This is even more notable by way of [[CutscenePowerToTheMax remembering the rules of fighting]] in the game: [[spoiler:Junpei used Agidyne, a fire spell he could not actually possibly have learned at that point, and the sheer power of his [[HotBlooded burning passion]] allows it to knock down an enemy previously noted in-battle as being ''immune to fire''.]]

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* While very short, Junpei's Persona evolution in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'' ''VideoGame/Persona3'' very much qualifies, as he [[spoiler: Screams [[spoiler:screams in rage at Takaya killing Chidori, summons Hermes which subsequently evolves into Trismegistus for all to see, and blasts Jin off his feet, showing that he'd quite happily rip them both limb from limb if his friends didn't talk him down.]] This is even more notable by way of [[CutscenePowerToTheMax remembering the rules of fighting]] in the game: [[spoiler:Junpei used uses Agidyne, a fire spell he could not actually possibly have learned at that point, and the sheer power of his [[HotBlooded burning passion]] rage allows it him to knock down an enemy previously noted in-battle as being ''immune to fire''.]]



* [[VideoGame/{{Prototype}} Alex Mercer]] is in this state for at least a quarter of the game.
--> '''''"NOTHING CAN PROTECT YOU FROM ME! NOT MEN! NOT WEAPONS! NOT ARMOR!"'''''
--> '''''"DIG IN! LIKE IT'S GOING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE!"'''''

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* [[VideoGame/{{Prototype}} In ''VideoGame/{{Prototype}}'', Alex Mercer]] Mercer is in this state for at least a quarter of the game.
--> '''''"NOTHING -->'''''"NOTHING CAN PROTECT YOU FROM ME! NOT MEN! NOT WEAPONS! NOT ARMOR!"'''''
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ARMOR!"'''''\\
'''''"DIG IN! LIKE IT'S GOING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE!"'''''


** On the opposite side of the morality scale, we have BigBad Raul Menendez in ''[[VideoGame/CallOfDutyBlackOps2 Call of Duty: Black Ops II]]'', who, [[spoiler:upon being torn away from his sister, Josefina]], goes into a blind rage. This mad dash comes complete with anime rush streaks when sprinting, superhuman bullet-sponge-osity, and the ability to "reload" his shotgun simply by throwing it away and picking another one up from the dead soldiers he just killed, all in the space of two seconds. [[BestLevelEver It's as much fun to play as it sounds]].

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** On the opposite side of the morality scale, we have BigBad Raul Menendez in ''[[VideoGame/CallOfDutyBlackOps2 Call of Duty: Black Ops II]]'', ''VideoGame/CallOfDutyBlackOpsII'', who, [[spoiler:upon being torn away from his sister, Josefina]], goes into a blind rage. This mad dash comes complete with anime rush streaks when sprinting, superhuman bullet-sponge-osity, and the ability to "reload" his shotgun simply by throwing it away and picking another one up from the dead soldiers he just killed, all in the space of two seconds. [[BestLevelEver It's as much fun to play as it sounds]].


* In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsOfColdSteel III'', [[spoiler: [[TheHero Rean Schwarzer]] undergoes through this thanks to a combination of events that happen in quick succession. To wit: he loses control of his SuperpoweredEvilSide after watching the [[CoolShip Courageous]] destroyed in the sky with his friends and allies still aboard, nearly seeing his student Altina die in front of him, ''seeing Millium die in front of him to protect him'', and the latter's soul being used to forge a sword capable of destroying a Divine Beast. End result: one pissed off man who kills the beast in his SuperRobot and unintentionally spreads darkness throughout the Erebonian empire.]] Oh and after killing it, he ''still hacks it over and over again'' until it finally dies for real. And ''he still doesn't stop there'' as he goes straight for the culprits. It takes at least two other people in their own super robots to restrain him just to make him stop. And he ''still'' wants to go after the culprits after that!]]

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* In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsOfColdSteel III'', [[spoiler: [[TheHero Rean Schwarzer]] undergoes through this thanks to a combination of events that happen in quick succession. To wit: he loses control of his SuperpoweredEvilSide after watching the [[CoolShip Courageous]] destroyed in the sky with his friends and allies still aboard, nearly seeing his student Altina die in front of him, ''seeing Millium die in front of him to protect him'', and the latter's soul being used to forge a sword capable of destroying a Divine Beast. End result: one pissed off man who kills the beast in his SuperRobot and unintentionally spreads darkness throughout the Erebonian empire.]] Oh and after killing it, he ''still hacks it over and over again'' until it finally dies for real. And ''he still doesn't stop there'' as he goes straight for the culprits. It takes at least two other people in their own super robots to restrain him just to make him stop. And he ''still'' wants to go after the culprits after that!]]


* In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsOfColdSteel III'', [[TheHero Rean Schwarzer]] undergoes through this thanks to a combination of events that happen in quick succession. To wit: [[spoiler: he loses control of his SuperpoweredEvilSide after watching the [[CoolShip Courageous]] destroyed in the sky with his friends and allies still aboard, nearly seeing his student Altina die in front of him, ''seeing Millium die in front of him to protect him'', and the latter's soul being used to forge a sword capable of destroying a Divine Beast.]] End result: one pissed off man who kills the beast in his SuperRobot and [[spoiler: unintentionally spreads darkness throughout the Erebonian empire.]] Oh and after killing it, he ''still hacks it over and over again'' until it finally dies for real. And ''he still doesn't stop there'' as he goes straight for the culprits. It takes at least two other people in their own super robots to restrain him just to make him stop. And he ''still'' wants to go after the culprits after that!

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* In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsOfColdSteel III'', [[spoiler: [[TheHero Rean Schwarzer]] undergoes through this thanks to a combination of events that happen in quick succession. To wit: [[spoiler: he loses control of his SuperpoweredEvilSide after watching the [[CoolShip Courageous]] destroyed in the sky with his friends and allies still aboard, nearly seeing his student Altina die in front of him, ''seeing Millium die in front of him to protect him'', and the latter's soul being used to forge a sword capable of destroying a Divine Beast.]] Beast. End result: one pissed off man who kills the beast in his SuperRobot and [[spoiler: unintentionally spreads darkness throughout the Erebonian empire.]] Oh and after killing it, he ''still hacks it over and over again'' until it finally dies for real. And ''he still doesn't stop there'' as he goes straight for the culprits. It takes at least two other people in their own super robots to restrain him just to make him stop. And he ''still'' wants to go after the culprits after that!that!]]


* The Fire King in ''VideoGame/OdinSphere''. What sets him off is [[spoiler:not being able to make Gwen love him]] and [[spoiler:the end of the world prediction that his rage actually sends him into playing his role in it to end up being stopped by the world tree]]. He takes entire kingdoms down in his rage.

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* The Fire Inferno King Onyx in ''VideoGame/OdinSphere''. What sets him off is [[spoiler:not being able to make Gwen Gwendolyn love him]] him and [[spoiler:the end of the world prediction that his rage actually sends fact he lost her to the Shadow Knight Oswald, who he views as even more unworthy of her than [[IAmAMonster himself]]]]. This prompts him into playing his role in it to end up being stopped by the world tree]]. He takes entire kingdoms down in his rage.try and MurderTheHypotenuse. With [[KillItWithFire lots of fire]].


--->'''Katina''': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QiJBTaX7mM Wow. He can stay calm even through this?]]
--->'''Ryusei''': No. [[TranquilFury I've never seen him this angry before]].

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--->'''Katina''': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QiJBTaX7mM Wow. He can stay calm even through this?]]
--->'''Ryusei''':
this?]]\\
'''Ryusei''':
No. [[TranquilFury I've never seen him this angry before]].



* Usalia in Disgaea5 gets the Overload "Murmur of Rage". It removes all of her standard specials and gives her "Berserk Stream", a 3x3 attack wherein Usalia, hunched over on all fours, violently slices her opponents at high speed before throwing a gigantic red orb that explodes when it connects with the enemies. Furthermore, she damages all enemies on the map when she transforms, and she deals a support attack after any ally attacks regardless of distance. Her appearance changes as well. She goes from a cute little bunny girl riding a big golden prinny to being hunched over on all fours, her pupils vanish, and she holds her mouth open in a bizarre but unsettling way.

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* Usalia in Disgaea5 ''VideoGame/Disgaea5AllianceOfVengeance'' gets the Overload "Murmur of Rage". It removes all of her standard specials and gives her "Berserk Stream", a 3x3 attack wherein Usalia, hunched over on all fours, violently slices her opponents at high speed before throwing a gigantic red orb that explodes when it connects with the enemies. Furthermore, she damages all enemies on the map when she transforms, and she deals a support attack after any ally attacks regardless of distance. Her appearance changes as well. She goes from a cute little bunny girl riding a big golden prinny to being hunched over on all fours, her pupils vanish, and she holds her mouth open in a bizarre but unsettling way.


** In all Total War games, broken units that are unable to flee will choose to "fight to the death" instead.

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** In all Total War games, Until later installments removed the feature, broken units in Total War that are unable to flee will choose to "fight to the death" instead.

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