5 good games with bad endings
1.Mass Effect 3
The conclusion of Mass Effect 3 is determined by a lot of unclear options on a single dialogue wheel. Moreover, almost every ending of the Mass Effect series shares extreme similarities: The reapers are neutralized, the Normandy crashes, and Shepard dies. Boring!
BioShock is a thrilling game ending in one of gaming’s most meaningful plot twists. But instead of wrapping things up immediately, the story goes awkwardly for hours before vanishing into a forgettable boss fight.
Black Mesa is often hailed as one of the most cleverly designed locations in any FPS. So, when the ending of Half-Life is more in favor of the otherworldly Xen, things go downhill. Its lifeless appearance and frustrating platforming feel alien in all the wrong ways.
4.Far Cry 3
Far Cry 3 is a perfectly crafted open world with a meaningful progression and fantastic gunplay. But its ending shows us that the whole narrative is nothing special. The goal of saving your friends stranded in a vacation goes wrong when you’re presented with an option to free them, or embrace your madness and kill them. Blah!
Doom 2 is a brilliant FPS, but the ending is a terrible letdown. Only after crossing a journey of action-packed, enemy-filled levels, do you face the final criminal mastermind: a wall. Yup. The final boss of Doom 2 is a huge wall with a demon face painted on it. You shoot the wall and it dies.