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Submitted by DanjHobbs 558d ago | opinion piece

Five Rubbish Video Game Plot Twists - Hard Reset

The worst post credit sequence feeling is when the title just felt unbalanced and gave you an icky feeling. Sometimes the story is really good and the gameplay lets it down. Kayne and Lynch: Dead Men says hi! More often than not it’s the narrative that slips. Probably because it’s harder to write for a medium that allows for player interaction and choice and blah blah blah. I’m not here to dissect video game narratives, I’m here to poke fun at bad plot twists that ruin amazing games. Onwards!trans Five Rubbish Video Game Plot Twists (PS2, PS3, Xbox 360)

AllThingsShining  +   558d ago
Someone needs to learn the definition of 'plot-twist'.
SovereignSnaKe  +   558d ago
Metal Gear Solid 2 is NOT Rubbish, can't even take this article seriously when you make a claim like that. It trolled self-entitled Gamers on a massive level sure (very deserved), but rubbish? Not at all.
LaFleur  +   558d ago
MGS2... Really?

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