10 Of The Best Video Game Endings This Generation

In my beginning is my end, in my end is my beginning…

Posted By | On 24th, Feb. 2013 Under Feature, Gallery | Follow This Author @GNReith


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This generation of games seems to have been one of beginnings and middles. So many games start with a righteous bang following up with a fantastic build up, but so few retain this sense of pace for their ending. The Cave, Assassin’s Creed 3, Far Cry 3; a mere snapshot of games I’ve recently played have merely disappointed with their ending sections.

That’s just one end of the spectrum though, as plenty of contemporary titles have featured a fantastic climax. A lot of articles have been written on the best endings of all time, but we’re looking specifically at the young blood here: Ten games of the seventh generation with truly awesome endings. This list will (unsurprisingly) contain heavy spoilers.

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  • Bkw

    Red dead redemption was quite authentic with a great ending, dunno what this writers on about. Hitman Blood money has a whopper of an ending (*spoiler* but requiem where you come back from the dead and kill everyone)

    Is on last gen but legacy of kain defiance has the best story/ending/characters ever.


 

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