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11 Best Video Game Endings Of All Time

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7. Halo 3

Bungie's conclusion to Master Chief's story just had to be included on this list. Sure, I may be a bit of a franchise fanboy, but it's hard to deny how totally awesome Halo 3's ending is. Why is it so amazing you ask? Well for one, Bungie manages to provide an ending that can hardly be classified as happily ever after, yet still serves as a satisfying conclusion while still keeping it open to future installments. That in and of itself is an achievement. Just watch it, you'll see what I mean.

6. Half-Life 2: Episode 2

Talk about a cliffhanger. You want to know why Half-Life fans are pleading for Half-Life 3? It is all thanks to the killer ending of Episode 2. I won't spell out exactly what happens at the conclusion of the game because watching it in the video to refresh your memory is far better, so please just give it a look. The complete sense of dread, confusion and hopelessness that you are left with when the screen goes black is shocking, emotional and downright painful. It's incredible.

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