I had one this afternoon that I was in some sort of retro-futuristic Tokyo as the SDF prepaired to mobilize against Godzilla (who looked alot like his 1984 incarnation). It turns out the professor guy from Return of Godzilla is evil and kidnaps the one chick from the same movie and takes her to an industrial section of the city with Godzilla (and myself) close behind. So eventually me and those other two guys (from the same film) track him down to the top of this fuel tank where he explains his evil motives and activates a Super-X lookalike which is actually a giant mech. Godzilla arrives and does battle with the mech and makes quick work of it.
It turns out that this entire thing was a movie me and some friends where watching and that we complained that it missed the part with the Simeons or something. Then I go to some sort of college where a new Godzilla game is being tested. I play the game and it sucks in every aspect. Mechagodzilla Heisei has the lower torso of a tank and has no offensive capabilities. Kiryu has no back plates and could only spam his maser cannon. Godzilla 90s wasnt even Godzilla 90s. He had the body of Heisei Godzilla but the dorsal spines of Godzilla 2000. I eventually leave and go to my house.
I then go on to play Fallout 3 or New Vegas (Honestly the game looked like a hybrid of both. There was wasteland like in FO3 and desert like NV). So Im messing around in the ruins of a train yard which was built right next to a steel mill which is also in ruins. I then discover some kind of glitch that allows me to jump abnormally high. I decide to test this out by trolling a pack of Deathclaws by jumping over them so they couldnt attack me. Eventually I kill all the deathclaws and wander off. I return some time later and try to mess with the deathclaws again only to realize that they had learned the hax jump too. Terrified I attempted to flee and eventually get cornered in a canyon where i pull out my laser rifle and fire at them only to have the entire pack of airborn deathclaws land on me and presumably tear me to shreds.
If this ever hapened to me in-game, I'd scream.
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