15 Video Game Endings Which You Had to Work Really Hard for

Happy endings are tough to come by but these games really made you work for them.

Posted By | On 27th, Sep. 2019

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Pouring your heart, soul and free time into a video game doesn’t always guarantee you the best outcome. Some games actually push you to truly earn the best possible ending, even if that means going out of your way and influencing every possible decision. Let’s take a look 15 happy video game endings that you have to work hard to earn.

Mass Effect 2

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BioWare made it pretty clear that the final mission of Mass Effect 2 was “The Suicide Mission” so it’s a given that bringing everyone back alive would be tough. However, actually accomplishing this meant recruiting all possible companions, completing their Loyalty missions and getting all of the ship upgrades. Oh and when you’re actually at the Collector Base? You need to choose the right person for each task, lest death take them. Do all of that and you’ll get the happiest ending…which is everyone finding out that the Reapers are coming to kill them all. Speaking of which…


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