The Weirdest Game Endings Ever
We always get a great deal of satisfaction from finishing a game, but some of them leave us with an odd feeling. Whether we’re left with more questions than answers or have our sense of victory ripped away, these games break the mould of what a game ending is supposed to do…
Fantasy Zone was arguably the world’s first cute-’em-up – that’s a shoot-’em-up with a sugar-coated aesthetic, if you’re not hip to the lingo. But its ending was surprisingly dark, thanks to the revelation of the leader of the enemy forces. The sequel is even stranger, if you can believe it.
Look, we’re not saying that Lee has problems or anything, but forcing your adoptive father to walk around in skimpy underwear and an explosive bow tie isn’t normal behaviour. Maybe Tekken 7 will contain a hidden mini-game in which he gets the therapy he evidently needs?
Super Fire Pro Wrestling Special
Blame Suda51 for this one. What kind of victory ends with the protagonist committing suicide just three days later? One in which your coach dies, your tag team partner dies, you accidentally kill one of your friends, and your girlfriend leaves you. Bloody hell.