ITT: Villains you regret killing.
Pic related. I killed him at the dinner table, then I looked up the other ending, and now I feel bad.
This fucking unavoidable part and Ellie's "Okay" were the only great parts of the campaign
why on earth would you shoot him? are you a fucking moron?
i bet you browse tumblr
>Wants country to remain pool as fuck.
>Will probably lead to the country being invaded again.
>Wants to instate arranged child marriages.
>Wants to fuck the little girl character.
>Demands you murder Amita.
>Wants to destroy everything spiritual in Kyrat.
>Wants to keep the drug trade going, making the country a shithole.
>Demands children serve in the army.
>Shoots parents who try to save their kids.
>To avoid any rebellion she drowns the little girl character in a river and demands you kill Sabal.
I was surprised by Ubisoft actually. Pretty much no one was any good at all and they were only using you for their own ends. Which is what it felt like anyways.
Not him but I didn't even realize that you didn't know what Lakshmana was. I thought it was that mountain at the beginning. There was nothing that suggested that Lakshmana was some mystery.
>was going to let him live but he subtly tells you to kill him in the very end
>come back from the shrine he is taking off in a helicopter
>suddenly get control to move around again
>oh shit the game is giving me a chance
>tfw coincidently I had a rocket launcher equipped and shot him down by reflex
Later I watched a video and realized that the game doesnt give you a rocket launcher and that you can miss that chance.
It all added to the ending for me.
My biggest complaint about the story in 4 was how little of a presence Pagan Min had. In 3, Vaas was in almost every story mission, harassing you all the time but in 4, Pagan Min is never around.
3 is basically just 4 without a gyrocopter. The story and characters were better, and I prefer it just because it was something a little different than AAA titles at the time. It was promising. 4 kind of didn't live up to that promise.
Vaas > Min
Jason >>>>>>>>> Ajay
Amita and Sabal were good, but Jason is an actual character, and a unique one in FPSes at that. You can argue narrative-gameplay dissonance all day, but at least he isnt a fucking board like Ajay.
>>Wants country to remain pool as fuck.
Not gonna lie, that sounds awesome.
>Being better than any character ever
Nope. Jason is a generic dudebro douchebag, whiny, selfish and idiotic as fuck. The only worse video game character existing is Desmond from AssCreed, who is hated by pretty much everyone, even it's own fictional family.
>was chill as fuck during the whole thing
>only character with a decent backstory
>could kick anyone's ass one-handed
>nobody really gave a fuck about shaun
>game didn't even give me an option to let him go
The whole game was bullshit, but why did it have to be forced? It could have just let me have a dialogue option for sparing him.
>Not listening to Pagan when he said to wait for him at the table
>Not eating your meal and just enjoying the scenery
>Not flying off with your dad that actually does love you so you can go shoot shit up
>Not returning your mother to Lakshmana within the first 20 minutes of the game
Seriously, I went to take a shit when I started the game and when I came back the secret ending was playing.
Put the game down because it was over.
I liked Min.
He just seemed like a cool dude that wanted to get along with Ajay. I don't remember their relationship, but it seemed like he genuinely wanted Ajay to succeed in the path he chose.
Pagan was going to give Kyrat to Ajay on their first meeting, but Ajay left and sided with the rebels.
Pagan could have just have him killed, or something like that. I mean he gave him a hard time ( a deadly one at that), but it was to make him stronger and make him better as a leader.
I don't remember, but throughout the whole game, I don't think Pagan ever got mad at Ajay for anything. He was always supportive of his choices even though they were opposed to his regime.
I like Pagan because he's a different villain than we've seen.
I mean sure he's done bad things, but he just want's whats's best for Ajay, but from Ajay's perspective whole relationship is kind of like a "fuck you, you're not my real dad" kind of thing.
I butchered that fool without remorse.
>Hey Geralt, it was awful nice of you, saving my life and my friends' lives. BTW, it looks like you're helping this king out with some pretty important stuff. Mind if I murder him and pin it on you?
That's not how you say "Thank you" faggot face.
It's not fair because the narrative paints the golden path as freedom fighters and you're inclined to get up and leave when you hear the guy's screams from the other room.
Had you have known the golden path was a bunch of terrorists with two equally crazy leaders, everyone would have gotten the hidden ending.
The only time that Pagan got even remotely angry at Ajay was for destroying his gold statue, and even then Pagan was only complaining about how much effort went into building the statue. Pagan Min was such a fun character, wish he had more lines and screen time.
Yeah I actually remember that. On mine, his body double crashed into a tree and died. He didnt have a lot of health before he crashed.
Even then Pagan didn't really get all that mad, it was just like he was chiding him. Like he spilled something on the carpet.
I FC4 wasn't the best game, but Pagan is such a fun dude.
His story about his first body double was hilarious too. Honestly, I love all the silly and out-of-place lines and characters in the game. Everyone has their own agenda, even during all the turmoil in the country. Made the game feel more alive.
Yogi & Regi missions were such a nice break from Amita and Sabal being dickheads.
>What do you need all those zipper pockets for? Do you carry around hunks of meat in them?
>Well, actually I guess you do.
>Killed Carly because she knew my past
>Think that the game wasn't deep enough for it to matter
>Replay and kill Doug
>She does tell everyone but its irrelevant now because we're in a fucking zombie Apocalypse so who cares?