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11 Best Video Game Endings Of All Time

Posted on Saturday, November 3 @ 09:47:05 PST by Alex_Osborn

1. Metal Gear Solid

Metal Gear Solid will likely forever go down in my book as the greatest game of all time. After an intense battle with his brother, Snake manages to make a narrow escape from the Shadow Moses plant with Liquid hot on his heels. Your blonde-haired nemesis manages to survive the chase, only to collapse to his death moments later due to Foxdie (a whole other can of worms I won't get into for the sake of brevity).

But what gets me more than anything is the big reveal after the credits roll. It was at this moment that I was forever sold on the Metal Gear universe and Kojima's style of storytelling. Sure, it jumps feet-first into convoluted territory, but that's part of its charm. The ending alone is reason enough to play this game... Mr. President.

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