Find out which are the toughest happy (and even sad) endings to unlock.
When you love a game and want the best possible ending, you might embark on an obsessive quest to do everything to unlock it. Some games know this and purposefully make it tougher to unlock that “true” ending, whether it’s by collecting things, achieving certain tasks or giving you near-impossible tasks. Let’s take a look at the 15 most difficult endings to unlock in video games.
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Knightfall Protocol – Batman: Arkham Knight
Ending your life as Batman (spoiler, by the way) isn’t easy. In Arkham Knight, you have to make sure all the villains are locked up, completing all the Most Wanted missions. “But wait” you say. “To get to the Riddler, I have to collect all the Riddler Trophies!” And in truth, all you really get for your work is an extended bit of ending that doesn’t make it clear if Bruce Wayne’s Batman is really gone or not.