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8th Jan '18 3:02:34 AM lostn
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*** Fittingly, this ending is commonly referred to as the Golden ending.
5th Jan '18 4:21:52 AM MagiMecha
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* In the ''VideoGame/GundamVsSeries'' entry ''Gundam vs. Zeta Gundam'', the game's story mode goes from playing the game straight through canon to hitting every WhatIf scenario you can, ultimately leading to each of the game's three factions -- Federation/[=AEUG=], Zeon/Neo Zeon and the Titans -- bringing peace to the world and space. In their own way.
5th Jan '18 4:05:50 AM MagiMecha
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* In ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamKnight'', beating the game normally has [[spoiler:Batman activating the Knightfall Protocol after his identity is exposed to the world by Scarecrow, leading to the destruction of Wayne Manor with the presumed deaths of Bruce and Alfred.]] If one beats all the non-DLC challenges, the ending is expanded on by revealing that [[spoiler:since that day, James Gordon became mayor of Gotham City, his daughter Barbara is now engaged to Tim Drake, Gotham City is now a much safer place and, hidden away, a mysterious bat-like figure still protects the city...]]
2nd Jan '18 2:20:24 PM DeeeFoo
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** VideoGame/MusouStars has 15 different endings for the player to explore. The game's story revolves around 3 different factions fighting for power. There are 4 endings for each faction; one is the ending for that faction's overall story, while the other 3 are exclusive to specific sets of characters. The remaining 3 endings are for when [[spoiler:the 3 factions realize their common enemy and join forces together. Out of these three remaining endings, one of them is the true, best ending, where Sayo is successfully released from Yomi's possession, and the heroes purify Yomi and restore her to her divine state.]]
31st Dec '17 10:35:53 PM SgtFrog1
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* ''Film/GroundhogDay'': After being trapped in the loop for God knows how long and getting God knows how many endings, Phil manages to help everyone in the town with all of their problems, woo Rita, and bring about a perfect day. Only then does the loop break. Unfortunately, even on a perfect day someone just has to die...

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* ''Film/GroundhogDay'': After being trapped in the loop for God knows how long and getting God knows how many endings, Phil manages to help everyone in the town with all of their problems, woo Rita, and bring about a perfect day. Only then does the loop break. Unfortunately, even on a perfect day someone just has to die...[[spoiler: Even after literally thousands of loops and ''decades'' of time passing within those loops, Phil could never save that homeless man from freezing to death...]]
22nd Dec '17 2:35:15 PM PiDa
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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX2'' requires jumping through a ton of hoops [[GuideDangIt at just the right times]] to unlock the best outcome, in which Yuna [[EarnYourHappyEnding earns her happy ending]] with the fayth resurrecting Tidus. There's an additional scene if you got OneHundredPercentCompletion, but the only way to see that additional scene is to complete the game at least twice.
** It ''is'' actually possible to get 100% completion on a single playthrough, although this requires making a number of very specific choices throughout the game, such as [[spoiler:[[GuideDangIt returning the Awesome Sphere to the Youth League instead of New Yevon.]]]]

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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX2'' ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'':
**''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX2''
requires jumping through a ton of hoops [[GuideDangIt at just the right times]] to unlock the best outcome, in which Yuna [[EarnYourHappyEnding earns her happy ending]] with the fayth resurrecting Tidus. There's an additional scene if you got OneHundredPercentCompletion, but the only way to see that additional scene is to complete the game at least twice.
** It ''is'' actually possible **''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV Episode Ignis'' has an alternate ending where [[spoiler: Ignis trounces Ardyn and gets to get 100% completion on a single playthrough, although this requires making a number of very specific choices throughout keep his sight, Ravus defects to Lucis and befriends the game, such as [[spoiler:[[GuideDangIt returning protagonists, Noct successfully becomes the Awesome Sphere True King, and Ardyn fails to the Youth League instead of New Yevon.]]]]die]].
10th Dec '17 2:25:06 PM petersohn
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* In ''VideoGame/TheTalosPrinciple'', two of the three endings can be considered this. After completing all the basic puzzles and unlocking the (definitely non-golden) Eternal Life ending, you have to solve two different sets of puzzles (which overlap in that you have to get to the top of the tower for both) in order to unlock one of the two other endings. One is called Free Will, which involves one hard, timed puzzle at the top of the tower. In this ending, you finally fulfill the plan of the creators of the simulation, making this narratively the golden ending. The other, Blessed Messenger, requires finding all the stars and solving some extra puzzles, making it the most difficult to achieve, thus it is the golden ending gameplay-wise.


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* In ''VideoGame/AviaryAttorney'', the best ending is when you [[spoiler: save Cocorico from getting shot]] at the end of Act 3, and thus enter Act 4B "Égalité", where the revolution becomes (relatively) peaceful.
4th Dec '17 6:54:21 AM Makir
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** Played Straight in the ''NieR'' ''VideoGame/Nier:Automata'' with its final Ending, E. [[spoiler: After 9S and A2 have a MutualKill Adam and Eve state that their conciousness has been uploaded to the Ark, and that the Machine Lifeforms will wander to another planet in an attempt to finally find piece after the war. After that the Pods go against their code to irreversably destroy the three fallen Androids and after an uplifting playable credit scene 2B, 9S and A2 are all rebuilt, and their fate is left to the player's interpretaion.]]

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** Played Straight in the ''NieR'' ''VideoGame/Nier:Automata'' sequel, ''NieRAutomata'' with its final Ending, Ending: E. [[spoiler: After 9S and A2 have a MutualKill Adam and Eve state that their conciousness has been uploaded to the Ark, and that the Machine Lifeforms will wander to another planet in an attempt to finally find piece after the war. After that the Pods go against their code to irreversably destroy the three fallen Androids and after an uplifting playable credit scene 2B, 9S and A2 are all rebuilt, and their fate is left to the player's interpretaion.]]
2nd Dec '17 6:25:46 AM Makir
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** Played Straight in the ''NieR'' ''VideoGame/Nier:Automata'' with its final Ending, E. [[spoiler: After 9S and A2 have a MutualKill Adam and Eve state that their conciousness has been uploaded to the Ark, and that the Machine Lifeforms will wander to another planet in an attempt to finally find piece after the war. After that the Pods go against their code to irreversably destroy the three fallen Androids and after an uplifting playable credit scene 2B, 9S and A2 are all rebuilt, and their fate is left to the player's interpretaion.]]
27th Nov '17 7:34:54 AM Cryoclaste
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* The first {{Pikmin}} game has multiple endings -- one if you fail to collect everything in time, one if you collect enough to get off the planet but not everything, and the golden ending if you can get everything in time.

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* The first {{Pikmin}} VideoGame/{{Pikmin}} game has multiple endings -- one if you fail to collect everything in time, one if you collect enough to get off the planet but not everything, and the golden ending if you can get everything in time.
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