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Crossovers in video games occur when otherwise separated fictional characters, stories, settings, universes, or media in a video game meet and interact with each other.

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A combination of Easter Egg and You Bastard, this occurs when a player does something strange or unusual.

They may attack a friendly NPC, try to go Off the Rails, abuse Combinatorial Explosion, or do something Out of Character — an arachnophobic character approaching a spider's nest, for example.

Or maybe just demanding a little too much attention.

Another character — or the game itself — then calls the player out on his peculiar behavior, noting that it's particularly cruel, strange, perverted or funny. " The calling out is inconsequential unless otherwise programmed (e.g.

, where if you act needlessly violent, the Non Player Characters refuse to interact with you).

Some games will use this as an alternative to Friendly Fireproofing; allies will shrug off a certain amount of damage with just a stern warning to watch your aim, but cross the line and they'll turn hostile.

Very common in Interactive Fiction, where attempting to Get Ye Flask will frequently elicit such a remark.

Hostage Spirit Link may be a subtrope, depending on how you look at it. Frequently a result of Videogame Cruelty Potential.

If taken to extremes, results in Videogame Cruelty Punishment and possibly a Non-Standard Game Over. , and is (usually) a subtrope of Developers' Foresight.

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