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  • nick-grom - April 24, 2014 6:41 a.m.

    in a way black ops 2 is one because even though you defeat the bad guy (Mendez) he does manage to kill thousands of people and cause billions of dollars worth of damage
  • TheOneRetroGamer - June 8, 2014 2:41 p.m.

    There are two ending where that doesn't happen.
  • CrowStar - April 15, 2014 4:14 a.m.

    inFAMOUS 2. BOTH karma paths lead to bad endings. SPOILER ALERT!!! In Good Karma, the electricity-powered Cole MacGrath sacrifices himself and almost every conduit (a person with a gene that, once activated, gives them superpowers) to defeat The Beast. Sounds okay right? But within seven years, EVERY CITY except one HATES conduits, now called "Bio-Terrorists", and the memory of Cole, because the government made the D.U.P. (Department of Unified Protection) captures, imprisons or turns the remaining handful of Conduits out there, and Delsin Rowe has to clear all that sh*t up in inFAMOUS: Second Son. Definitely bad. However, in Evil Karma, Cole MacGrath sides with The Beast to activate ALL Conduits on Earth, a few thousand people, while slaughtering those without the gene, the other seven billion inhabitants of Earth, because the way that they "activate" Conduits is by BLOWING UP HUGE FREAKING PORTIONS OF THE U.S.!!!!! *cough* which is worse. (There is no version of Second Son to allocate to the Evil Karma ending.)
  • TheOneRetroGamer - June 8, 2014 2:42 p.m.

    Bad ending =/= bad guys win, yes the good ending in I2 is bad, but the bad guy doesn't win.
  • DovahkiinDrider - April 4, 2014 1:33 p.m.

    What about Overlord 1 and 2, and the dungeon keeper games?
  • Snowskeeper - April 21, 2014 4:25 p.m.

    It's hard to argue that evil wins in Overlord 1 (especially if you went order over chaos), and in Overlord 2 the ending is ambiguous (the empire you're fighting is pretty nasty too).
  • WolfeMasters - April 3, 2014 7:15 p.m.

    Call of Duty: Ghosts Even after you fight the boss (repeatedly throughout the entire storyline), he still doesn't die (he got shot in the gut with a hand cannon!) and takes you away from your brother. No doubt so that you can be turned, just like he was, and become the villain in Ghosts 2.
  • anthony-zombo - April 2, 2014 11:52 a.m.

    - Final Fantasy 6 (The world came to an end) -The Last of Us (Because Joel ruin the chance of restoring humanity) - Metal Gear Solid 2 (Ocelot got what he wanted) - Shadow of the colossus (Wander was a puppet of Dorman and failed in his quest to be with his girlfriend/wife)
  • bogdan-zivanovic - April 28, 2014 1:59 a.m.

    The Last Of Us didnt get a bad ending cuz there was an audiolog thing in the last level and in the audiolog a doctor spoke about Ellie and what he meant was ,,this is not gonna work but were gonna do it anyway"
  • cJinL - May 24, 2014 11:45 a.m.

    All he says it "it might not even work". They're panicking and unsure if it'll even work, but that doesn't imply that it WONT work.
  • sam-beringer - June 9, 2014 1:17 p.m.

    Actually, Final Fantasy 6's ending shows that, despite Kefka destroying the world, everyone's still able to fix everything and life goes on. So no, it's not a bad ending. An actual bad ending would be Mother 3.
  • Kasaix - March 10, 2014 11:05 a.m.

    Outlast had a damn bad ending. No spoilers, just look it up if you want. The ending is dark. BulletStorm is another example. Two good guys survive, but in an escape pod in space. Assassin's Creed III saw the good guy sacrifice his life (confirmed by the makers, debated by the fans...including me) to save the world and release an ancient being who hates humanity.
  • rob-turnbull - February 14, 2014 2:07 a.m.

    I dont know if anyone recognizes this game but CHASER had a bad guy ending.
  • TheBlackCat - February 13, 2014 6:12 a.m.

    What about Loom? Yeah, you managed to prevent Death from gaining control of a nearly omnipotent tool, but in the process you are turned permanently into a swan, you are permanently separated from the world, pretty much everyone is dead, and Death is in control of the world and will presumably continue killing indiscriminately. Winning this game results in what would be the "bad" or "failure" ending in any other game. What is more, it is largely your fault. If you had just stayed on your island, then Death never would have been summoned, and and most of your friends would still be alive.
  • emily-parker - February 10, 2014 7:02 p.m.

    Speaking of Blood Omen, what about Legacy of Kain:Soul Reaver 2..Defiance..hell, the whole series! Even at the end where you think you've won just bc you killed the Elder God you still have to sacrifice yourself to the Reaver, and you realize that you've just looped yourself either Back into SR1 or BO2, and you've allowed the ONLY 'living' Ancient vampire become the vessel of the Hylden (which is the only reason vampires were 'made', and the point of the pillars existence)...yeah, a lot more Bad happened than good in that series...I was surprised it was never mentioned. Then again it's been almost 10 years since an actual game that continued the storyline was made. See, no happy ending there either! ;)
  • jeremy-trigger - February 4, 2014 10:47 p.m.

    Man! Blood Omen!, Kain totally fucks up the world at the end!, sure its just the evil ending, but its the one that's canon! best evil ending ever!
  • BladeBlur - January 30, 2014 4:35 p.m.

    Can't you also say KOTOR is in the same category too?
  • RonF - January 29, 2014 7:39 a.m.

    The main looser in the end of MW2 campaign was the player who have to endure an almost non sense story totally unbelievable by anyone with at least minimum knowledge of geopolitics or military operations. I liked the multiplayer though, i.e., until I found out how unbalanced the game was.
  • alien8000 - April 2, 2014 5:16 p.m.

    I know MW2's storyline had some bad inaccuracies... but hey, no other game made a realistic storyline in our current timeline with a war in that scale... if there was another game, let me know..

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