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11 Best Video Game Endings Of All Time

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9. Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

When the Prince of Persia franchise got rebooted last generation by Ubisoft, it took the gaming world by storm. With incredibly fluid gameplay—which has gone on to serve as the inspirational foundation for Assassin's CreedThe Sands of Time was revolutionary when it first launched. But that isn't why the game will be forever etched into my mind. No, it's the time-bending ending that not only gives context to the storytelling structure of the entire game, but also serves up a satisfying and completely charming conclusion.

8. Kingdom Hearts

This collaboration between Square and Disney will forever go down in history as one of my favorite games of all time. Not because of the incredible meshing of Final Fantasy and Disney characters (although that was totally awesome) but rather the heart-filled conclusion that made my eyes well up with tears. To some it may sound ridiculous, but that final moment with Kairi in the cave touched an emotional nerve within me like few games manage to do. Ah young love, how cheesy, yet so very touching you may be. And that closing song Simple and Clean… yeah...


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