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1st Oct '17 3:19:51 PM StardustSoldier
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* The adaptation of the ''{{Literature/Divergent}}'' trilogy. Following then-current trend of a MovieMultipack, it was decided to split the last novel ''Allegiant'' into two films, first titled ''Allegiant - Part 1'' and ''Allegiant - Part 2'' and then changed to ''Allegiant'' and ''Ascendant''. However, ''Allegiant'' bombed at box office, leaving the studio scrambling to conclude the series either as a MadeForTVMovie or a TV series. But none of the original cast were contracted for that, and as negotiations dragged on, Lionsgate's rights to the franchize had expired, leaving the series without an ending.

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* The adaptation of the ''{{Literature/Divergent}}'' trilogy. Following the then-current trend of a MovieMultipack, it was decided to split the last novel ''Allegiant'' into two films, first titled ''Allegiant - Part 1'' and ''Allegiant - Part 2'' 2'', and then changed to ''Allegiant'' and ''Ascendant''. However, ''Allegiant'' bombed at box office, leaving the studio scrambling to conclude the series either as a MadeForTVMovie or a TV series. But none of the original cast were contracted for that, and as negotiations dragged on, Lionsgate's rights to the franchize had franchise expired, leaving the series without an ending.
19th Sep '17 9:56:46 AM TheShugoTV
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* ''Anime/{{Dangaioh}}'' was supposed to be longer than 3 episodes and was supposed to have a sequel, but that never happened resulting in the OVA's ending on a cliffhanger, it later got a sequel named ''Great Dangaioh'' which was supposed to be 26 episodes, but it was so poorly recieved by [[Fanon Discontinuity both fans and critics]] that the series cut to 12 episode and once again ended on a cliffhanger, effectively ensuring that the ''Dangaioh'' series as a whole would never get a proper ending, let alone resolve the OVA's events.

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* ''Anime/{{Dangaioh}}'' was supposed to be longer than 3 episodes and was supposed to have a sequel, but that never happened resulting in the OVA's ending on a cliffhanger, it later got a sequel named ''Great Dangaioh'' which was supposed to be 26 episodes, but it was so poorly recieved by [[Fanon Discontinuity [[FanonDiscontinuity both fans and critics]] that the series cut to 12 episode episodes and once again ended on a cliffhanger, effectively ensuring that the ''Dangaioh'' series as a whole would never get a proper ending, let alone resolve the OVA's events.
19th Sep '17 9:50:27 AM TheShugoTV
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* The anime version of ''Manga/BoboboboBobobo'' ended so abruptly, even the characters were shell-shocked, because there was a large petition (or something of the sort) from parents in Japan who thought the show was offensive, stupid, [[ComedicSociopathy and encouraged bullying.]]

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* The anime version of ''Manga/BoboboboBobobo'' ended so abruptly, even the characters were shell-shocked, because there was a large petition (or something of the sort) from parents in Japan who thought the show was offensive, stupid, [[ComedicSociopathy and encouraged bullying.]]pretty popular despite the MoralGuardians in Japan finding it controversial, but the reason the show ended early was due to one of its sponsors being in a financial crisis at the time


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* ''Anime/{{Dangaioh}}'' was supposed to be longer than 3 episodes and was supposed to have a sequel, but that never happened resulting in the OVA's ending on a cliffhanger, it later got a sequel named ''Great Dangaioh'' which was supposed to be 26 episodes, but it was so poorly recieved by [[Fanon Discontinuity both fans and critics]] that the series cut to 12 episode and once again ended on a cliffhanger, effectively ensuring that the ''Dangaioh'' series as a whole would never get a proper ending, let alone resolve the OVA's events.
16th Sep '17 2:57:50 PM crashkey
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* Barring someone else at Access Games taking up the mantle, or director Creator/Swery65 returning from retirement, ''{{Videogame/D4}}'' is fated to remain incomplete.

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* Barring someone else at Access Games taking up the mantle, or director Creator/Swery65 returning from retirement, The episodic ''{{Videogame/D4}}'' is fated remains incomplete at one season due to remain incomplete. director Swery starting his own company - and his previous company won't sell him the rights to his games.
29th Aug '17 4:58:35 AM Doug86
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* ''[[VideoGame//SoulSeries Soul Calibur V]]'''s Story Mode, as production time was running out.

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* ''[[VideoGame//SoulSeries ''[[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soul Calibur V]]'''s Story Mode, as production time was running out.
17th Aug '17 4:03:09 AM jormis29
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* Barring someone else at Access Games taking up the mantle, or director SWERY returning from retirement, {{Videogame/D4}} is fated to remain incomplete.

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* Barring someone else at Access Games taking up the mantle, or director SWERY Creator/Swery65 returning from retirement, {{Videogame/D4}} ''{{Videogame/D4}}'' is fated to remain incomplete.
4th Aug '17 7:42:33 PM rjd1922
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* ''[[Franchise/SoulSeries Soul Calibur V]]'''s Story Mode, as production time was running out.

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* ''[[Franchise/SoulSeries ''[[VideoGame//SoulSeries Soul Calibur V]]'''s Story Mode, as production time was running out.



* ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolidVThePhantomPain'' suffers from this; even though the game has a complete storyline and a fair amount of content, the game's plot was implied to be only a third or even a fifth of what Hideo Kojima had planned for the GrandFinale to the ''Metal Gear'' series. Unfortunately, with Kojima's retirement, any DLC that replaces the planned two-to-four chapters will have to be done by his understudies, and based on how jaw-droppingly surreal the [=MGS5=] backstory was under Kojima, it's unlikely that they will succeed at capturing the full grandeur of what could have been.

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* ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolidVThePhantomPain'' suffers from this; even though the game has a complete storyline and a fair amount of content, the game's plot was implied to be only a third or even a fifth of what Hideo Kojima Creator/HideoKojima had planned for the GrandFinale to the ''Metal Gear'' series. Unfortunately, with Kojima's retirement, any DLC that replaces the planned two-to-four chapters will have to be done by his understudies, and based on how jaw-droppingly surreal the [=MGS5=] backstory was under Kojima, it's unlikely that they will succeed at capturing the full grandeur of what could have been.
4th Aug '17 7:00:58 PM rjd1922
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Compare NoEnding, in which there is a deliberate decision to end a work abruptly, and LeftHanging, where while the series ends, many questions are left unanswered. If it doesn't deal with the major plot issues, a GeckoEnding will include this. See also OrphanedSeries.

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Compare NoEnding, in which there is a deliberate decision to end a work abruptly, and LeftHanging, where while the series ends, many questions are left unanswered. If it doesn't deal with the major plot issues, a GeckoEnding will include this. See also OrphanedSeries.
OrphanedSeries and TheResolutionWillNotBeTelevised (when a work is wrapped up in a different medium).
29th Jul '17 5:52:14 AM SpinAttaxx
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* The final cutscene of ''Videogame/FiveNightsAtFreddysSisterLocation'' features the protagonist eerily telling [[GreaterScopeVillain his father]] that he's going to find him, coupled with an appearance from [[Videogame/FiveNightsAtFreddys3 Springtrap]]. If the next game was going to build off of this or not is unknown, as despite teasing it, Creator/ScottCawthon [[{{Vaporware}} shelved it]] since he wasn't finding it fun to develop under rising expectations.
29th Jul '17 5:12:54 AM jormis29
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** "Stop Susan Williams," inspired by the old "Perils of Pauline" serio-dramas of the 1930s. Here, the "Pauline" character is filled by model Susan Anton as the title character, a journalist who, while investigating her brother's murder, discovers that the killing was part of an international conspiracy.

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** "Stop Susan Williams," inspired by the old "Perils of Pauline" ''Film/ThePerilsOfPauline'' serio-dramas of the 1930s. Here, the "Pauline" character is filled by model Susan Anton as the title character, a journalist who, while investigating her brother's murder, discovers that the killing was part of an international conspiracy.
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