"I loved the city, loved the style Loved sweet Lizzie’s lack of guile Soaring skylines made me smile But somehow, just the same…" Mariel Hurd deals with her feelings on the ending of BioShock Infinite, using the magical medium of rhyme.
I've written better poetry drunk at 3 in the morning and obviously you didn't comprehend the plot or know anything about the themes that were conveyed because the ending ties up everything perfectly.
Wow. If people are willing to write poetry about how much they hated the ending of a decent story.....I don't even. Makes me wonder just how bad the M.E. series ending was. Never played that game, but gamers these days have me believing the opposite of everything I hear. I guess it's true: Art isn't for everyone.
The ending of ME is not terrible, it's just a disappointment. The actual quality was average to above average comparing it to other games..but, ME was an exceptional series with an average ending. I mean you won't see people complaining about Uncharted's very predictable endings for some reason. Maybe it's because Uncharted does not complicate or attempt anything special with the story, thus the ending will be satisfactory regardless of how hard they try, even again...it's ridiculous predictability ME's ending just left you with an A,B,C choice anyhow in a game where the choices were supposed to matter. And Bioshock had a decent ending, it's just a bit confusing... SPOILERS - Shouldn't Elizabeths 'choice' at the end have also sprouted off more Multiverse?
Didn't know Elizabeth *had* any choices.
Nifty, with a couple valid points, in regards to some of the underdeveloped threads that were unceremoniously wrapped up in act 2 of the game. But I thought the ending was brilliant...if not entirely original.
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