I, for one, can't stand them. The only good video game ending I ever thought was worthwild was Final Fantasy 6. Other than that, every game (mostly RPGs) had horrible endings, I believe. Take Final Fantasy 7 for instance...: Spoiler Ok, you see Midgar. And? The end? Come on, what happened to Cloud, Barret, Tifa and the rest? Why do we have to wait 8 years for Advent Children to come out :fiery: Max Payne... Spoiler Standing on top of the tower. Ok? What happens after that? I would like to see a little bit in his life to see what happened to him. Why cut it off and that's that? I need more! =D I feel that if I contribute hours into a game, I should be rewarded with a good ending... Well, it's not even about being "good" more so than finding out what happened to the person later on down the road. Just ending it without any explanation is soooo anti-climatic to me. I believe this is one of the reasons I stop before I fight the final boss/enemy because I know I'm in for a disappointed ending. :cry2: Am I the only one who feels this way about video game endings? Should we get more, or do we get enough already?