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Wild Arms 2 allowed the player to name virtually every major and minor character that was not a villain. Wild Arms 3 does this, mainly through using rare 'Rename Cards' on townsfolk. Undertale plays around with this like it does so many other tropes. The game starts out by asking the player to "Name the fallen child. Most bosses will tell you that you can't use their name, with a few exceptions: Papyrus says he'll allow it, and Mettaton accepts it as brand promotion though you can't fit his full name in the six letters available.
The big twist which you discover on either the Pacifist or Genocide routes is that "the Fallen Child" and the child you play as are two different but similar-looking characters. The player character's real name is Frisk. And the one you named? They were the First Child, Asriel's childhood friend, and major character in the game's backstory And Greater-Scope Villain of the Genocide path, alongside you. If you notice carefully, only Flowey ever addresses you by name, and that's because he's what's left of Asriel, thinking that Frisk and the Fallen Child are one and the same and on the Genocide route, he's not entirely wrong.
That being said, many players that found out about the twist with the naming scheme would have their share of fun on future playthroughs by renaming the first fallen child with a silly or inappropriate name, leading to a Mood Whiplash in the more emotional scenes. If you name the Fallen Child after Frisk, this activates Hard Mode, which stops the game right after you finish Toriel's boss battle. That way, even if you simply stumbled upon Frisk's real name by accident, the game doesn't spoil the plot twist above.
If you name the Fallen Child "Chara" which is implied to be their Canon Name the confirmation text will call it "The true name" and you will be allowed to choose it. Xenoblade Chronicles X puts you in the shoes of your player created avatar, including their name. But your fellow party members and NPCs will only address your character by name during onscreen text i. The games also let you set a neighbor's catchphrase. In some of the games, your neighbors may decide to address you by a nickname instead of your current name- in New Leaf , at least, if you refuse their suggestion they'll instead invite you to come up with your own nickname for yourself.
Skylines allows you to rename every NPC, building, and even the pets of the NPCs, providing the opportunity for vast amounts of immaturity.
The Mass Transit DLC expands this further by allowing you to rename roads and highways for your creative imagination. Command addresses you as "pilot", or by your wing designation "Alpha 1". Vasudans just call you "Terran". Your squadron leader in Freespace 2 greets you on your first briefing with "Welcome to Vega, Ensign Hardwar lets you give a name to your character, which you will then see all the time, from police bounties to your hangars' names to various bulletins.
However, if you try naming yourself " Gandalf ", the game flat out refuses to let you play, displaying the following message: The player characters in the Harvest Moon series all seem to have default names, but for some cases like Pete their fanon names are more widely known for him it's Jack. You don't have to use the default names that's assuming you knew them , which is where this trope comes into play. Interestingly, Island of Happiness and Sunshine Islands only allow 6-character names for their farmers, Mark and Chelsea.
Chelsea is one letter too long to fit. Hidden Agenda , a Banana Republic simulator, asks for your first, last, and mother's maiden name which is customarily appended in Latin America. If you skip this step, you become Juan Incognito Anonymous. The SimCity games by default required the city to be named and in and beyond, to name yourself as the mayor The default name was Defacto. Since advisers, petitioners, citizens, and everyone else would address you by "Mayor [your name here]", or sometimes use the line "the fair city of [insert city name here]".
Results could get pretty crazy here, to the point of mad libs. Ironically, while The Sims games have voice acting, they're Speaking Simlish , so players have no problems changing the names of their Sims. The Sims Medieval has cutscenes, messages and moodlet descriptions that are all able to integrate a Sim's unique name and any titles he or she might have. Moodlets use first name only, while many cutscenes and other messages use profession title and first name. Your "favorite thing" only comes up in a dialogue that occurs after you find and eat a Stardrop: Starsiege uses the "Define a name; everybody uses fixed nickname" variety.
In Wing Commander , prior to the option of available speech, the name and callsign you chose at the start of the game was worked into the speech text. In fact, while Colonel Blair as the Player Character had his last name on the nametag on his uniform, the other pilots were tagged with their callsigns. In Rock Star Ate My Hamster , while you can't change the Parody Names of the rock stars themselves, you can replace the default name of their band and any albums and songs they record.
Your Miis can be named anything you want in Tomodachi Life. The game solves the voice acting problem by having them voiced by Synthetic Voice Actors. This initially cause problems when attempting to localise the games into Western territories to the point where they've canceled the localisation of the first game , but they've figured something out for the second one Similar to how the first Animal Crossing game wasn't initially released to Western audiences. The X-Universe series allows you to rename your character at any point, though how the game treats names varies.
Terran Conflict and Albion Prelude allow all the plots to be done on all the game starts, so it simply calls the player "Pilot" in voiceovers, only saying their name in text messages. X Rebirth on the other hand, does not allow character naming as it features character interaction on a much deeper level. Some games seem to have a "bank" of names stored in them that will be read out when a custom player is introduced to the game.
So, theoretically, if your character's name is "Mark Smith", it just might be able to cough it out. In the NCAA Football series, the players all come without names, because they cannot use the names without paying the players, and cannot pay the players without violating NCAA rules. The announcers have a very large name bank they will use if you type in the names manually, including some extremely rare surnames corresponding to star players. Recently, EA even took submissions for players' names to be recorded in the game. The same thing appears in NHL 2K9 , where the international and historic players were not named in order to keep the production costs down.
However, the name bank, as normal, allows you to put players back in the game In some of the EA Formula 1 series, the players are called "The Driver", which inevitably results in the commentator calling "Michael Schumacher is first In multiplayer games, where you have races with five McLarens, the guy on the pit radio calls them all "The McLaren Driver, meaning you've got no idea who he's referring to if it weren't for the message that popped up that says "[player] has entered the pitlane".
The Backyard Sports series features a "Create-a-Player" option. However, the game can only refer to them by a preset nickname. For some Madden games , they recorded commentary for a selection of fictional team nicknames such as Sharks or Rhinos , which would then be called as appropriate should you name your created team accordingly. The stock logos you could select from hinted at what names might be recognised. NHL made an attempt to actually use the name entered, whereas NHL 07 asks you to select the player's surname from a huge pre-defined list, and this selection is then used in all commentary.
You may name him "Joe" and have the announcer refer to him as, say, "Ronaldinho" or not refer to him at all , if "Joe" isn't available in the callname list. Pro Evolution Soccer is particularly bad with this, since it also allows you to change the callnames for already-existing players since the PS1 versions.
Entering the F Word makes the game beep angrily at you. The name and data is only used for the dog tag Raiden throws away at the end of the game. Done again in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain , where you are required to input your name and birth date as a test for your memory after waking up from a 9-year coma. In the true ending, Big Boss receives the Medic's identity that which you put in at the beginning of the game and escapes to America to build Outer Heaven from behind-the-scenes. You Don't Know Jack was a series of PC trivia games that used the variant of this trope in which the host simply referred to the players as "player one, player two", etc.
In the first three, that's about as far as the trope went. In the fourth game, the game would sometimes take it upon itself to change your name to something more demeaning, and would actually scold you and exit the program if you tried to name yourself "fuck you". The version will supply a name for everyone that did not enter one. It is not above using the names "Duck", "Duck", and "Goose" for 3 players that don't enter any names.
The Blazing Blade has the player assume the role of a tactician Canon Name "Mark" in the game who can be renamed. This creates a funny moment if the player choose to name their character "Lyn", since the first character the player meets Lyn will always comment that the player's name is odd-sounding. Fire Emblem Awakening also has an Avatar, Canon Name Robin, who serves as the tactician and a highly customizable playable character, but also plays a much greater role in the story.
And like with Blazing Blade above, you can name yourself after canon characters like Marth or Chrom and no one including the actual Marth and Chrom will pick up your shenanigans. Unlike the previous iterations, the Avatar is the main protagonist. Like in Awakening , there's plenty of customization. Whichever character you are Jin for Light and Akira for Dark version as the default respectively are not silent protagonists, so naming the character serves no purpose beyond the players desire.
Also, you cannot name Akira in Light version or Jin in Dark Version even though said other character appears. In the second game, a code allowed you to do the same for the entire playable cast. The main characters of the Suikoden games except the third one don't have default names besides a few used in novelizations which fansites has adopted , so you have to provide your own name.
This can lead to some humor in the first game if you call your character "Bater". In Suikoden III , you can rename the castle , which already has a hilarious default name: The Genki Girl gate guard Cecile is rather exuberant in chanting the castle's name over and over again; this plus the already-hilarious default name becomes very tempting It's not just Suikoden III. You can rename the castle in virtually all the games with default suggestions from other characters. Renaming your castle on in Suikoden IV's case, your ship is constant in all five main-series games.
Since one of the initial suggestions from Jowy is "orange", you could wind up being responsible for giving an entire country this name. Or you could name it after the hero for maximum megalomania. Tactics Ogre allows you to name the main character Denam and give them a birthday, as well as name the clan you'll eventually lead. In the Total War series, armies are automatically given historical names, but you can change the name as well, which ensures hilarity when an enemy army is routed by "Sheep".
By the same token as Total War , in most iterations of Civilization , you're given more or less free reign to name yourself and your civilization whatever you please. This flexibility reached its height in Civilization IV , as your civilization had a formal title by default the "[Your Civilization] Empire" , a short name, an adjectival form, and a name and title for you. And yes, this meant that when an AI-controlled player contacted you they would say things like "India greets the Free Dynastic State of Mali", "A friend in need is a friend indeed, Jim-Bob", "The glorious Carthiginian people greet the cute little nation of China!
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The second Vandal Hearts game allows you to name the main character in the beginning. In Crusader Kings 2 you can name every child of your dynasty born at your court, most prominently, your children and heirs. The game will, however, suggest a name based on your culture and your ancestors. So if you don't feel like it, you might just pick that. The voiced installments have an interesting way of doing it: If you rename them Faggy Mcdoodoo or anything else, then those lines go unused and Hey, You! The Game allows your character to be named anything, but this doesn't affect the game at all.
The respectful characters tend to use ' Hey, You! Not even choosing the name 'Michael' does anything. And at the end, your 'real' name is revealed anyway. There's an interesting bit of Painting the Medium on an FBI Agent's outline of the Corleone Family structure, with a picture of members with their names and nicknames. Under your picture is the name "Aldo Trapani. Whether it is the docile pig or the aggressive Creeper, you can use any name.
Naming a mob Dinnerbone or Grimm will flip the mob's model upside down as an easter egg since those names are based on the developers of the game. Mobs that are give a custom name will also never vanish from the game unless killed, making it handy to keep your pet wolf or horse at your side. Terraria also features such in the character creation, and NPCs refer to the player by their name when talked to. Marcus, the protagonist of Queen at Arms , can have her name changed to anything the player wants; the chance to change it comes up when Assistant-Commander Berin demands to know the new recruit's name.
Played with, however, because Marcus is a woman masquerading as a man , and if the player selects a name which sounds too feminine, Berin will call them out on it. It can cause giggles later on, though, if one is using the English patch: If one is playing with the voice patch or the PS2 version, the characters will still refer to him as "Tomoya Okazaki," making the entire naming process pointless. Kanon also allows you to name your character. Most Dating Sim games. The first game in the Fantasia Otome Game Series lets you name the main character even though her canon name — which is used in the second game that incidentally doesn't give you the option to name its new main character — is Cheryl.
Nameless has Eri as the default name for its protagonist, but you can change it if you wish. It also asks you for the name of "the first doll you owned" at the very beginning of the game which ends up being the true name of the Secret Character. A Love Story does this with the player inputting a username and their real first name, both of which are used throughout the game. Halloween Otome uses this, with Emma Cee as the default protagonist name. Magical Diary does this, with an added joke of listing the main character's default name as Mary Sue.
Typical so far, but it gets really interesting if you trigger the hidden plot event of Senpai repeatedly crashing and rewriting the game: In addition, if you choose to hear him out after this, he confesses that his lack of an actual name bothers him because it indicates that he's a Flat Character and asks the player to give him one with the same method they did for the female protagonist. The Shall We Date? Tokimeki Memorial Girl's Side actually has voice synthesis as a feature so that the characters will actually say your name. However, it can sound very One of the links will cause an advertisement to play, and taking the first name from the user's Facebook profile, various video game characters will honor them for their continued valor i.
However, if the name isn't pre-recorded, the characters will simply chant "To you! Episode 53 of Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series has this gem. He remembers my name! The protagonist, Clem, is taken by surprise when a recorded greeting asks him his name, and he stutters, "uh, Clem". For the rest of the trip, he keeps running into park animatrons who say things like, "I sure am happy to see you, [uh Clem], please walk this way. Near the beggining, Graham asks your name several times before deciding to call the viewer by the name displayed in the input box, "TypeYourNameHere".
That name even appeared in the closing credits. He answers, "I'm not sure if—", before the machine declares that his name is now "Not Sure. Clawhauser proudly shows off "Dancing with Gazelle" app which shows him "dancing" alongside the star. You're one hot dancer, Benjamin Clawhauser! A running gag in the City Watch Discworld novels is the fact that Vimes never bothers to fill out the registration for his Dis-Organizer.
Because of this, it always refers to him as Insert Name Here. Also in Discworld , the Oath of the Ankh-Morpork City Watch is written in this style, but new members generally say it exactly as written instead of making the appropriate substitutions: It's even better when it's read the way Carrot reads it, because he has a problem with punctuation.
I know there's a reading, done by Carrot, where he pronounces it "truft" because the s was a long s, not that that makes any sense at all, but there you are. Seeing as Carrot was raised as a dwarf, and dwarves have a religious regard for the written word, and the long s resembles an f, it sort of makes sense in context. In Bitterblue Part of the Graceling series , the title character allows Teddy and Saf to name her because she doesn't want them to recognize her nam as that of the Queen.
Let's face it— how many Bitterblues can there possibly be in Bitterblue city? They call her Sparks. Given how the chapter on Robert's reign is written in the present tense , it's also an indication of just how long the book took to write and what a turbulent period it has been in the interim.
He told the story of how he bought a horse and named it "Some Horse", just to get the announcer at races saying things like "And Some Horse is coming round the outside" or "And in fifth place, it's Some Horse". Community has Troy abusing this trope by naming his monkey "Annie's Boobs". Please rename that thing. And this time not with a contest on Twitter. It's HIS Twitter account.
He can do what he wants.
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They are MY body parts. Referenced in Doctor Who. Apparently, the anthem of the most conquered planet in the universe is titled "Glory to Insert Name Here". In Stargate SG-1 , Colonel Maybourne retires to an offworld village, where the locals make him their king. He tells the main characters, "I get to name all kinds of stuff.
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You should see the Grateful Dead Burial Ground. A Link to the Past episode of Retro Game Master , where he named his character "Deadbeat", resulting in a deadbeat being the savior of Princess Zelda, and eventually the world. Family Ties has Alex working at a suicide crisis hotline. Flummoxed when he ends up actually taking a call, he has no idea what to do and reads his responses directly from the manual. He denies to the caller that he is reading from a script, then blows his cover when he addresses the caller as "Insert Name.
The end result can be Narmish. Adventure theme park ride, visitors have to help E. Guests enter their names for an "Interplanetary Passport" before boarding; at the end of the ride, the visitors pass an animatronic E.
The potential for abuse from repeat riders should be obvious Hasbro has produced personalized toys under the PlaySkool brand. In , they made the fully customizable "eSpecially My Barney " that did this. Fisher-Price came up with a bunch of plushes the Knows Your Name line from Winnie-the-Pooh to Elmo that you can program your name into and it will say your name. Leap Frog tried this trope with several toys in the past these toys take a flash cartridge that you program your name using specialized software through a serial port or USB device but hit gold with the My Pal Scout and Violet plushes, and then supplemented it with the My First LeapTops and My First Story Time Pads, which adds Mad Libs Dialogue to the toys as well - for example, the toys may claim to have the same favorite color as the owner.
All are programmed by downloading the selected name from a list into the toy using a USB cable. The company mentioned above, Kids Jukebox Inc, also puts out various toys that can be customized with the owner's name. Older than any of these, there was a story-telling teddy bear that had a built-in microphone. You'd press the Record button and record your name which, as with other examples on this page, could be anything , and it would insert the recording at random points in the stories.
So, for example, it could greet you by saying, "Hello, [ Dammit, Hardison! These toys usually have a companion smartphone app or web interface from the PC which the parent can program in the child's name. Drecker complains that he was trying to have a conversation , and Karashi gets one even though Karn just said he already knew her name. Lumi doesn't get one because a few voice clips use her name.
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The four main characters are named demeaning names at first such as "Farmstink Buttlass" , then express their displeasure and receive proper ones instead. Subverted, however, with Jack Noir. He states that, while the suggested name Spades Slick sounds nice, he already has a name.
Besides, Spades Slick is the name of an alternate version of him from another Sburb instance. And Sovereign Slayer sounds cooler anyway. Subverted again with the twelve Troll kids. Played straight with the Trolls' planet , Alternia. Subverted once again with the Alpha kids, who are 16 when the narrative switches to them, and thus already recieved names both the original kids and the Alpha kids recieve their names at Besides, the reader would've just named them something dumb like Barnstench Fartface.
The Noob also had this in spades, with names like "Your Name Here" and "ohforf'sake", and the elf forest where everyone was named some variant of Legolas. Particularly notable is when a woman named Lienne attempts to join, only to be renamed "Diane" by the hero mid-sentence. A series of El Goonish Shive NP strips in which Grace plays Chrono Trigger , starting here has Grace discuss how to choose names, get annoyed when Frog's default name is the one she wanted and she doesn't have enough letters to call Robo "Toaster", and name far too many characters Tedd.
A LPer will be quick to ban obvious joke names "Dongs" is generally not a valid name for this reason , but sometimes the goons do come up with pretty clever Theme Naming schemes. Tales From Dev Null: See this story , where Mr. Fuck, I , which leads to quite a bit of hilarious dialogue. Cheese Party Games The Bigdix family.
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Egofaptor which is also Arin's Tumblr domain name. Mentski typically enters Bum into the high score screens in his One Credit Champ videos. Come the Wardner One Credit Champ episode, which does attempt the trope by asking the player's name first, then inserting it into several points of the game In Zero Punctuation , Yahtzee frequently has fun abusing the character naming function in every game that has one, and thus gets very annoyed or creative with spelling when his more profane suggestions are disallowed.
Anytime Jim Sterling is faced with this choice, expect him to pick "Chungus" or a variation on it. When Gumball gets Elmore turned into a video game where he's the player character , he's given the option to pick the name everyone will refer to him as. Dora the Explorer has a personalized DVD as well. Eek avidly watches a 'personalized fiction' video starring the Dummie Bears. I hope we can work together in the future! Are you available to do an outdoor photo shoot that's considered TFP today?
Please let me know. If you ever need work with a retoucher, feel free to contact me. Hope to work with you soon. I love your port! I'll be in your area July 26th-Aug 3rd. A con artist moves her son to a conservative neighborhood in Oklahoma in an effort to build a better future, but it doesn't take long for her past to catch up with her, and for her son's behavior to cause problems of its own.
Things grow more and more desperate, and ridiculous, as three heroin addicts drive all over Los Angeles in search of what they need. Rick, an executive at Image, is a jerk to a woman applying for a job. That evening, he's out for drinks with his much A young runaway girl moves in with a seemingly harmless, elderly, Academy Award-winning songwriter. It all seems perfectly normal The lines between reality and perception blur in this comic journey into the life and mind literally!
Paranoid conspiracies of the highest order, drug-fueled interdimensional shifts, and 's pop culture combine for the mind-bending adventure of the century. In a way, I hate to be the first to review this film. I had high hopes for it. I am a Phillip K. Dick freak, and have been since the days when we had to wait with 'bated breath for the next book.
So the idea of a film about multiple realities, loosely based upon the multiple realities of PKD's life, appealed to me. So did the idea that the unstuck-from-reality writer in question was to be played by Bill Pullman; I'm a fan of his work. So when this film showed up before its general release here at the Sitges Film Festival, I just had to go. And although I can see this film becoming somewhat of a cult classic, I have to admit to being underwhelmed. This is in stark contrast to the stories -- and the life -- of the man whose works -- and life -- inspired this movie.
Phillip jumped from reality to reality in his writing, taking us readers with him as he leapt. That's what this film lacked for me. No matter where we jumped, and into what reality, none of them felt real.