A dyslexic man walks into a bra.
- Jan 24, 2009
No mention of Witcher 2's hardcore mode yet? If you die once, the game deletes all your save files and you have to start from the absolute beginning.
I think I once started the game and did one sub-crash mission before my base was invaded a few days later. Fastest game failure I've ever had.LordJedi86 said:X-Com terror from the deep. One of the easiest games to fail. ever.
don't forget that if you read too much of that ghost's diary on the train!Blazingdragoon04 said:In Paper Mario: Thousand Year Door, you can join forces with the final boss. She just straight up is impressed that you made it that far and asks you if you want to join her. If you do, you basically doom the world, and the screen just goes to a game over screen.
Arkham city, and they don't really let you make the choice. It just sends you back to the spot that you made the choice at until you pick the right one.VALOCARAPTOR said:arkham asylum when you finish the cat woman campaign yuo have a choice to leave him for dead, you then get a message talking about how people are dieing and that the joker has won
ninjad mekasperbbs said:Bioshock perhaps? It was a long time ago but i seem to recall that it didn't end very well for me when i harvested little sisters. And probably the second one, but this time i was good.. Dishonored probably had something similar, but i ended up with a good ending even when i killed everything that moved in the beginning.
Zio_IV said:While I remember some of the ones already mentioned, I'll go with Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow.
Basically the character Soma Cruz (the human reincarnation of Dracula) gets tricked into thinking his girlfriend got killed, goes absolutely batty-nuggets, and willingly lets himself become the new dark lord because he "no longer cares". I honestly thought it was a more interesting ending than the canon one, myself.