This is often at its most blatant in superhero games - the amount of collateral damage a team of ostensible good guys can inflict on the surrounding terrain and populace. Just try and have a superpowered fight in a modern metropolis without destroying several city blocks worth of buildings and infrastructure. It's a good things heroes have hero insurance.
Although it can be fun if you try waiving that for once.
Mace Windu: Good to see you, Chancellor. I only just found out you'd been kidnapped.
Palpatine: Indeed; it happened rather quickly. I'm afraid I misjudged Dookû; not that it matters now.
Mace Windu: Right, good. Now, to more immediate concerns.
Mace Windu: Somebody gouged a five-mile long furrow in spaceport 12A.
C-3PO: Oh my! Who would do such a thing?
R2-D2: Indeed. I'm shocked. Shocked I tell you. Now about registering my dreadnought—
Mace Windu: I'm not stupid, I know it was you.
Mace Windu: You crashed the ship, causing untold damage.
Mace Windu: You recklessly fired weapons in a populated area.
Mace Windu: And I don't know what you did to that control tower, but it won't be controlling anything, any more, any time soon.
Mace Windu: We're still counting the death toll.
Mace Windu: What do you have to say for yourselves?
Obi-Wan: Oh dear.
Mace Windu: I don't know whether to kick you out of the Jedi Order, court-martial you, or just execute every last mother-frakking one of you!
R2-D2: It wasn't my ship!