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20th Aug '17 7:05:21 PM superkeijikun
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** ''VideoGame/{{Infamous 2}}'': Cole either activates the Ray Sphere, sacrificing himself and all other Conduits to spare the world from destruction and being heralded as a hero posthumously; or takes the Beast's power for his own, using it to awaken more conduits at the cost of the rest of humanity.

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** ''VideoGame/{{Infamous 2}}'': Cole either activates the Ray Sphere, Field Inhibitor, sacrificing himself and all other Conduits to spare the world from destruction and being heralded as a hero posthumously; or takes the Beast's power for his own, using it to awaken more conduits at the cost of the rest of humanity.
19th Aug '17 1:21:41 AM superkeijikun
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** ''VideoGame/InfamousSecondSon'': Delsin either spares Augustine's life, exposing her crimes, freeing the Conduits she imprisoned, and becoming a hero to the people of Seattle while using his newfound powers to cure his tribe and painting a mural to honor Reggie's memore; or kills Augustine in revenge for his brother Reggie's death, ruling over Seattle as it descends into chaos and stealing powers as he pleases, only to be driven out of Akomish tribe, which he eradicates in retribution.

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** ''VideoGame/InfamousSecondSon'': Delsin either spares Augustine's life, exposing her crimes, freeing the Conduits she imprisoned, and becoming a hero to the people of Seattle while using his newfound powers to cure his tribe and painting a mural to honor Reggie's memore; memory; or kills Augustine in revenge for his brother Reggie's death, ruling over Seattle as it descends into chaos and stealing powers as he pleases, only to be driven out of Akomish tribe, which he eradicates in retribution.
19th Aug '17 1:20:33 AM superkeijikun
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** ''VideoGame/{{Infamous 2}}'': Cole either activates the Ray Sphere, sacrificing himself and all other Conduits to spare the world from destruction and being heralded as a hero posthumously; or takes the Beast's power for his own, using its destructive power to awaken more conduits at the cost of the rest of humanity.

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** ''VideoGame/{{Infamous 2}}'': Cole either activates the Ray Sphere, sacrificing himself and all other Conduits to spare the world from destruction and being heralded as a hero posthumously; or takes the Beast's power for his own, using its destructive power it to awaken more conduits at the cost of the rest of humanity.
19th Aug '17 1:19:21 AM superkeijikun
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* The ''VideoGame/{{Infamous}}'' series has two endings per game, depending on your karma at the end of the game.
** ''[=inFAMOUS=]'': Cole either becomes a hero to the people of Empire City, but becomes a loner due to all of his friends dying save for Zeke, to whom he becomes estranged; or rules over the ruins of Empire City, using his powers to do whatever he pleases.
** ''VideoGame/{{Infamous 2}}'': Cole either activates the Ray Sphere, sacrificing himself and all other Conduits to spare the world from destruction and being heralded as a hero posthumously; or takes the Beast's power for his own, using its destructive power to awaken more conduits at the cost of the rest of humanity.
** ''VideoGame/InfamousSecondSon'': Delsin either spares Augustine's life, exposing her crimes, freeing the Conduits she imprisoned, and becoming a hero to the people of Seattle while using his newfound powers to cure his tribe and painting a mural to honor Reggie's memore; or kills Augustine in revenge for his brother Reggie's death, ruling over Seattle as it descends into chaos and stealing powers as he pleases, only to be driven out of Akomish tribe, which he eradicates in retribution.
16th Jul '17 3:47:51 PM Twiddler
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* ''ChoiceOfGames'' is often fairly stingy with these; their games have many and varied choices, but they're more about the journey than the destination, and their writing team considers {{railroading}} to be a best practice for a ChooseYourOwnAdventure-style game, due to the ridiculous amount of writing required otherwise.

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* ''ChoiceOfGames'' Creator/ChoiceOfGames is often fairly stingy with these; their games have many and varied choices, but they're more about the journey than the destination, and their writing team considers {{railroading}} to be a best practice for a ChooseYourOwnAdventure-style game, due to the ridiculous amount of writing required otherwise.



** ''Choice of the Vampire'' is, as of yet, unfinished.
25th Jun '17 7:07:10 PM superkeijikun
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* ''VideoGame/PapersPlease'' has twenty endings based on your actions throughout the game. Various outcomes include, but are not limited to: your arrest and subsequent sentence to forced labor or death, aiding EZIC in breaking through the border wall, and fleeing to another country with your family.
24th Jun '17 12:44:02 AM superkeijikun
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* ''VideoGame/PapersPlease'' has twenty endings based on your actions throughout the game. Various outcomes include, but are not limited to: your arrest and subsequent sentence to forced labor or death, aiding EZIC in breaking through the border wall, and fleeing to another country with your family.
14th Jun '17 8:40:30 PM LinTaylor
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* ''VideoGame/DragonballXenoverse'' has two different versions of the ending, depending on how the final boss is defeated.
** In the normal version: [[spoiler:After Goku uses Instant Transmission to aid the [[PlayerCharacter Time Patroller]] against Demigra, both he and the Time Patroller fire Kamehameha waves at the Demon God and obliterate him. As the Crack of Time begins to collapse, Goku uses Instant Transmission to escape with Tokitoki and the Time Patroller.]]
** In the secret ending: [[spoiler:If the final boss is defeated before Goku arrives, the Time Patroller fires a Kamehameha at Demigra. It seems as though the Time Patroller is about to be overpowered, but the spirits of Goku, Gohan, Vegeta, Piccolo, and Krillin appear to lend power to the Time Patroller, giving them the last push needed to obliterate Demigra. Tokitoki then rescues the Time Patroller from the collapsing Crack of Time.]]
* Like the original, ''VideoGame/DragonBallXenoverse2'' has two different versions of the ending depending on how fast the final boss is defeated.
** In the normal version: [[spoiler: After Tokitoki's Egg paralyzes Final Form Mira, Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Goku performs Dragon Fist, pulling the Egg out of Mira and turns to the Time Patroller, telling them to finish it. They perform a Kamehameha, engulfing Mira. As he dies, he wishes he could have fought more and begs forgiveness from Towa before self-destructing due to his core overloading.]]
** In the secret version: [[spoiler: If the fight is ended in under two minutes, after Tokitoki's Egg paralyzes Final Form Mira, the Time Patroller is confronted by the spirits of Gohan, Gotenks, Vegeta, Piccolo and Krillin, who give them their power. They're able to perform the Dragon Fist, plucking the Egg out of Mira. This causes Mira to finally self-destruct, wishing he could fight more.]]

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* ''VideoGame/DragonballXenoverse'' has two different versions of the ending, depending on how the final boss is defeated.
** In the normal version: [[spoiler:After Goku uses Instant Transmission to aid the [[PlayerCharacter Time Patroller]] against Demigra, both he
and the Time Patroller fire Kamehameha waves at the Demon God and obliterate him. As the Crack of Time begins to collapse, Goku uses Instant Transmission to escape with Tokitoki and the Time Patroller.]]
** In the secret ending: [[spoiler:If the final boss is defeated before Goku arrives, the Time Patroller fires a Kamehameha at Demigra. It seems as though the Time Patroller is about to be overpowered, but the spirits of Goku, Gohan, Vegeta, Piccolo, and Krillin appear to lend power to the Time Patroller, giving them the last push needed to obliterate Demigra. Tokitoki then rescues the Time Patroller from the collapsing Crack of Time.]]
* Like the original,
''VideoGame/DragonBallXenoverse2'' has two different versions of use the ending depending on how fast same conceit: If you take too long to beat the final boss is defeated.
** In the normal version: [[spoiler: After Tokitoki's Egg paralyzes Final Form Mira, Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Goku performs Dragon Fist, pulling the Egg out of Mira
FinalBoss or take too much damage, [[spoiler:Goku comes in to help, and turns to the Time Patroller, telling them to you finish it. They perform off the boss with a Kamehameha, engulfing Mira. As he dies, he wishes he could have fought more and begs forgiveness combination attack.]]. However, if you do well enough on your own, [[spoiler:your character beats the boss without Goku's help (though you do get a power-up from Towa before self-destructing due to his core overloading.]]
** In the secret version: [[spoiler: If the fight is ended in under two minutes, after Tokitoki's Egg paralyzes Final Form Mira, the Time Patroller is confronted by
the spirits of Gohan, Gotenks, Vegeta, Piccolo and Piccolo, Krillin, who give them their power. They're able to perform the Dragon Fist, plucking the Egg out of Mira. This causes Mira to finally self-destruct, wishing he could fight more.and Gotenks).]]


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*** However, it's worth noting that the characters' standard arcade endings add another rub to this: [[spoiler:Killing Brainiac causes his ship to self-destruct, which destroys all the cities he has captive, showing that the Regime was wrong. In the Insurgency endings there's still a faint hope that they might someday reverse the process and restore the shrunken cities.]]
5th Jun '17 9:17:12 AM Piterpicher
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* ''{{Ao Oni}}'': Version 5.2 had two endings:

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* ''{{Ao Oni}}'': ''VideoGame/AoOni'': Version 5.2 had two endings:
3rd Jun '17 1:16:18 PM nombretomado
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** The {{Wii}} [[VideoGameRemake remake]] of ''Crimson Butterfly'', in addition to keeping the four mentioned above, adds two new ones: [[spoiler:One where Mio refuses to sacrifice Mayu, so Mayu goes AxCrazy and kills Mio herself, and another where Mio [[YouAreTooLate is too late]] to stop the [[EldritchAbomination Repentance]] from emerging from the [[HellGate Hellish Abyss]], and instead decides to spend her final moments with Mayu (though it's implied they are TogetherInDeath).]]

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** The {{Wii}} UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} [[VideoGameRemake remake]] of ''Crimson Butterfly'', in addition to keeping the four mentioned above, adds two new ones: [[spoiler:One where Mio refuses to sacrifice Mayu, so Mayu goes AxCrazy and kills Mio herself, and another where Mio [[YouAreTooLate is too late]] to stop the [[EldritchAbomination Repentance]] from emerging from the [[HellGate Hellish Abyss]], and instead decides to spend her final moments with Mayu (though it's implied they are TogetherInDeath).]]
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