The set-up and plot have all led to this but somehow the ending seems off.
Getting the ending right for a video game should be easy – it’s effectively the crescendo to all the story-telling set up till that point. And while some of us may agree or disagree on the best ways to end a story, a good ending takes everything to account and produce a result that’s within believable means. Then there are the games which just don’t know how to end, rendering hours and hours upon story-telling into one big pile of “Meh”. Let’s take a look at 15 such titles here.
Protagonist Ellis suffers from PTSD and enters the haunted woods to locate a missing boy named Peter. As it turns out, he’s been constantly seeing the face of a girl that he failed to save during the war, not to mention being haunted by the his comrades that died by his negligence. He enters the infamous house from the first film and kind of has to avoid shining a flashlight on a creature who may or may not be the Blair Witch? Long story short, Ellis dies. Peter could be discovered safe depending on the player’s actions or be killed. The only really important detail is that Bullet survives. That’s it.