ITT; refer to pic. Bonus points if you can guess which games. I'll start.
1. You save the world from a unified government, and your dad who you were a clone of was alive the whole time, and you kill your dad because you were a biological weapon.
2. You become the lord of darkness.
3. You become Jesus, kill the embodiment of darkness, save the world from its own sadness, and then die.
You, wielding a sword, fight yourself, who is also wielding a sword. You kill yourself, which allows you to exist in your current state, and then you realize that the sword you've been using all along is actually you.
Your sword then attempts to eat your soul.
You fight the final boss. He gives you back your thing. Then he tells you there's a FINAL final boss. You go fight him.
If you play offline, the FINAL final boss is
you from your previous save.
If you play online, the FINAL final boss is
someone else who beat THEIR FINAL final boss. Masterwork. Packs. Fire.
You kill the main villain, who stole secrets of your organisation to create another race that could survive the end of the world he forseen
You also find out that he might have been a time traveller you knew as someone else
There are multiple endings and most of them have some kind of bad long term consequence for a particular region of the United States which was originally visited in the first and second games of this franchise.
Yeeeeah, it's dragon's dogma. Should've added that the DLC:
The final boss used to grant wishes. They don't do that anymore on account of some fuckwit making a wish that kind of fucked everything up.
Have some retro NCR as a reward.
The antagonist fuses with one of your party members and becomes the final boss. After defeating them, one of your other party members reveal they were an alien all along. Finally, as a shitty cliff hanger, it is revealed the important plot device was destroyed all along.
Your best friend becomes Lady Satan so you murder the shit out of him to end a war and go home to your country to kill/serve/become the king. Then his girlfriend has an evil baby. They never resolve the cliffhanger because the series dies an untimely death.
The guy you've been looking for the whole game is actually the villain whose been planning to kill all the dragons in the world for 40 years.
Not him but I think that's the first Drakengard.
You kick the bad guy's ass after chasing his ass around the entire damn galaxy, he gets zapped by robo-god and turns into a robot. You kick his ass again. Then you talk to the government (or what's left to it) and tell them to prepare for war. ((Spoiler alert: They don't, which fucks them over later.))
The entire escape premise is based on a dumb japanese pun.
You stop the evil wizard from summoning the end of the world. You briefly wonder how you got to this point, considering you bought and expected to play a game about being a cop and beating up/arresting criminals.
You and your friend adventure together and eventually kill god, taking his place as ruler of all things.
Bored with unlimited power, but unable to kill yourself, you send your best friend back to earth in a new body so that they can find a new friend and go on adventures with.
eventually they will kill you and repeat the cycle for all time.
After standing up to divine injustice, god gives you a loophole to prove that justice matters without having to defy god. You can use it to bring some peace, or to invert it and bring your own meaning of justice to god.
Solid Snake is called back into action in order to stop a new hostile organization that has gotten a hold of the Metal Gear technology. He finds out that the enemy has not only mass-produced the weapon, but they're making a new model as well. With the help of a female spy within the enemy's ranks, Snake fights his way into the heart of the enemy fortress, as he ends up being betrayed by one of his allies and witnesses the death of another. The enemy leader is revealed to be none other than Big Boss, who survived his prior conflict with Snake. Snake ultimately defeats Big Boss once again and destroys the new Metal Gear prototype, escaping alongside the female spy.
You find out that your father is an alien and he wiped your memory and sent you into the future to save humanity from a race of evil aliens and a literal god.
Not my favorite, but a good one.
You defeat an evil wizard after he turns into a dragon/chicken/sheep.
You save the king and your evil brother gets shot by a cannon. The king then populates the world with new beings and you all celebrate.
You defeat the robot bird, but your friend is crippled, your other friend blames himself and sinks into depression, and you get caught by the police.
Godsbane, rather. "An almighty, divine blade received along with your returned heart. Has the power to guide the chosen to true freedom."
Disguising a central plot element as a gameplay mechanic, fucking amazing.
After defeating your dad's gay lover (all a part of his master plan), you watch an old man die while his hopes and dreams for the future lay unfulfilled. You'll probably cry like a bitch.
>you find the place you were looking for
>it's everything you hoped it would be
>you fuck it all up and destroy the entire place
>it's lost forever and you've no proof you found it.
>But you got the girl
You kill the God of your world becoming in the new God. This is possible since your world is basically a computer program that have a providence that regulate your world, plus that providence had developed a bias towards you.
1. You kill your own daughter, and either run away with another or simply disappear.
2. You either leave the world to burn, leave the main setting to collapse, or leave all your friends for the chick and badguy.
3. A dragon kills satan, and you get most of the credit.
Your best friend was actually working under "You"r orders, since "you" aren't "You." As it turns out, "You" are evil and destroy everything you come into contact with, except for this specific time for whatever reason.
It's kind of weird though, because you do die at the end. but when you replay it. you are still there, and you can only be killed if someone else stabs you with the gods bane.
does it kill you or not??
Thanks man. In all fairness, I only got it because I've seen EVERY outcome possible. There's lot of chances you'll have more or less than 4 members left by the time you reach that spot so it's a tough one.
You finally defeat an ancient evil God after a traveling back in time, but your fairy partner disappears merging back with the Goddess. Depending on the ending, you may or may not reunite with her in the future.
You die, become blessed by the gods, come back to life, and then proceed to be too late to stop the evil cult's plans and too moral to fix the issue. This results in some problems for everyone in the sequel.
You were the bad guys all along
Everything you did was to save the few at the cost of the many.
Ultimately you doom the world to return to the dark ages, and quite probably as a result cause billions of deaths in the process, just in order to save one girls life.
also agility is the best stat
3. Qwarks arc was a little meh
2. Clank segments still not that great
It was the last good R&C
Three possible endings.
You destroy the corrupted reincarnation of a Goddess and return to the capital. On your way there, Heroes from foreign lands that helped the army you fought for attack you. They claim that your actions led to you being corrupted by the same demonic influences as our previous enemies. You defeat them, return to the capital and are exiled. Years later, the king you installed on the throne died without an heir and the kingdom falls into civil war. A decade later, barbarians invade an destroy the kingdom.
You destroy the corrupted reincarnation of a Goddess and return to the capital. Years later, the king you installed on the throne died without an heir and the kingdom falls into civil war. A decade later, barbarians invade an destroy the kingdom.
You destroy the corrupted reincarnation of a Goddess and return to the capital. Years later, the king you installed on the throne died without an heir and you are chosen as the successor. You quickly quell dissent and rule fairly. Barbarians invade the kingdom and you die in battle against them, but they are successfully repelled.
>not hacking the flower to death violently as it begs for its life
It's been a while, but I don't think Magnus thought of him sexually in any way. Who knows what the abused and traumatized prince suffering from a bad case of demonic possession thought, though?
I wish they kept making Ogre games. I wanted to see what was going to happen with the son of Yumil
who's actually a reincarnated Rashidi, the demonic sorcerer.
You build a giant monument symbolizing your mastery over the world you were stranded on, only to eventually succumb to despair as you realize it was all for nothing and that you should probably be doing other things with your life.
It's Square's fault for jacking Yazzy for Ivalice.
I mean, I love a good Ivalice, but I'm still mad.
And yeah I feel like it was definitely one-sided but there's some weeeird shit going on with Yumil man.
"Be... my knight"
His black knight bro was pretty cool, though. The dude who wasn't Rhade.
Jeal? Yeah. Even Rhade wasn't as bad as most people remember him. He is an asshole, but he's not completely wrong from his own point of view. Kingdom was just defeated and vassalized, they're forced to do as Lodis says and put the burden on the lower class until they can break free. If the royal family wasn't full of insane fucks, he'd be right in saying the revolutionary army was just throwing a fit.
As for Square switching the focus to Ivalice, I wouldn't mind if they release some fucking games for Ivalice other than the MMO. Gimme a new FFT that's not an abomination, or a game like FFXII.
Solid taste bro.
Rhade's sword was so fucking good though.
Magnus used it for a solid few levels when I finally put him in the dirt. And yeah, I'd kill for another Ivalice game, but 12 was really divisive and S-E is all about playing it safe.
Be nice if they let the Ogre team out of their cage for more than remakes.
1. The big bad are a sister and brother
2. They made white rice that has a virus that can kill anybody that ate it
3. Most of the game takes place in an autonomous zone in Japan
4. The last boss is a giant robot crab
You and your group of friends all kill their expys one by one before traveling to clone world to kill the leader, who is your teacher. Then you disappear for a few years and come back, but you need another haircut. Also the guy you're cloned from is killed by a bunch of nameless soldier dudes.
Guess I can come up with some.
You and your friends travel to a different dimension to punch a space nerd in the face to save yourselves.
So many damn robots and the girl you fall in love with turns out to be a super-advanced one. She also reminds your friend of a porn star he likes.
Your girlfriend is a bitch and all the bad shit that happens is because of her. She also gave away your dog.
1.- You go on with your life.
2.- You commit suicide.
3.- You stay with the girl that looks like your wife.
4.- Your dead wife comes back to life.
5.- A dog is behind all of it.
6.- UFO's are behind all of it.
All in the same game.
You know the evil alien guys who are always lurking just out of orbit on your planet? Well they're working with the space warriors who are supposedly fighting them and they're taking over the government so they can turn people into snack foods or something.
Also you're the last of an ancient race of superbeings or some shit with a great mystical destiny and you will never ever get a sequel.
you turn into a small girl with animal ears then proceed to have sex with other small girls with animals ears
the reveal is that the girls you were having sex with were actually fully grown men in disguise