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The Stupidest, Corniest, and Cheesiest Deaths in Video Games

GameDynamo - "When you lose a character who’s been a stalwart ally or love interest for hours upon hours of play-time, it’s supposed to have some sort of effect on you. It’s supposed to leave you saddened, torn up and mentally shaken, or enraged and vengeful from the sheer tragedy of it. The thing is... it doesn’t always work that way."

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SeraphimBlade939d ago

"Mass Effect 2 is widely regarded as the weakest installment in the series"

... what internet are you on?

SaintAlpha101939d ago

Agreed, the writer of this article sounds highly opinionated instead of basing his claims on facts.
Mass Effect 2 is widely considered the best installment of the Mass Effect series, so I don't know where this guy got his assumption from, unless he's making his own opinion on the game a bonafide 'fact'.

whitefang1988939d ago

He pretty much ripped into all my most memorable games lol add eli's death from hl2 ep2 the list would be complete. But for all the wrong reasons lol
Just shows how different other people experience games...

Tontus935d ago (Edited 935d ago )

Why do some people have such a hard time understanding the great story in God of War III? The author of the article got it completely wrong.

1. He wasn't looking for the power to kill just any God but the king of the God, he's the most powerful and thus Kratos needed more power to kill him than the lesser Gods.

2. Why don't people understand that the power of hope isn't a psychological sort of inner-strength where Kratos has to believe in himself but an actual magical power created by Athena to counter the evils left in the world after the primordials conflict.

3. Kratos didn't sacrifice Pandora, she willingly sacrificed herself. He even tried to stop her but she resisted.

4. Pandora wasn't Kratos' lost-daughter-stand -in, he didn't see her like that. As she was a young girl similar to his daughter he protected her in an attempt to make up for failing his daughter, to ease his guilt and redeem himself.

5. The box was empty but without Pandora inside Kratos' psyche he wouldn't have been able to access the power of hope trapped inside.