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2nd May '16 6:36:03 AM GastonRabbit
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** Ended with [[TheDragon Bowser Jr.]] dragging [[BigBad his father]] (who attempts to get up momentarily) across the floor of the castle, with the former turning his head to the screen to laugh. This seemed like [[AndTheAdventureContinues a typical open-ended Mario ending]] at the time, but come ''VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBrosWii'', they indeed came back -- and with [[EnsembleDarkhorse familiar]] [[QuirkyMinibossSquad reinforcements]]...
** Similarly, at the end of ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'', once you defeat Bowser at the end of the game's final level with all 121 Power Stars, we actually get to see Rosalina thanking Mario for saving the Mushroom Galaxy and bidding him farewell, but after we see her fly away in her spaceship, it's revealed that she accidentally (or purposely) left one of her Lumas behind on Earth. Also, considering the fact that the entire timeline had to be rewritten as a result of the universe being destroyed and reborn, everyone's all now back at square one, and as a result Bowser now wants to take over outer space again, [[VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy2 which leads to...]]
* ''NinjaBlade'': This {{Xbox 360}} action title has the hero Ken Ogawa's father cryptically tell Ken to "save your mother" around 3/4ths into the game. After the final boss, Ken mentions to his handler that he has "something to take care of" and is then shown disappearing somewhere in the city... implying that he's off to discover and save his mother whilst explaining nothing.
* ''VideoGame/{{Oddworld}}: Stranger's Wrath'': Featured this after a double plot twist in the end sequence. After defeating the BigBad Sekto, [[spoiler:you find out that "Sekto" was really the demon you heard about at the Grubb temple earlier in the game, and that Sekto was really the old guardian of the Grubb Tribe, having been brainwashed by a face hugging parasite.]] When it looks like Sekto is dead, and everything is back to normal, [[spoiler:you see the octopus-like Sekto swim down the newly restored river, apparently looking for a new host.]] Sadly, Oddworld Inhabitants dropped out of the video game business after ''Stranger''.

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** Ended The firsdt game nded with [[TheDragon Bowser Jr.]] Jr. dragging [[BigBad his father]] father (who attempts to get up momentarily) across the floor of the castle, with the former turning his head to the screen to laugh. This seemed like [[AndTheAdventureContinues a typical open-ended Mario ending]] at the time, but come ''VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBrosWii'', they indeed came back -- and with [[EnsembleDarkhorse familiar]] [[QuirkyMinibossSquad reinforcements]]...
** Similarly, at At the end of ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'', once you defeat Bowser at the end of the game's final level with all 121 Power Stars, we actually get to see Rosalina thanking Mario for saving the Mushroom Galaxy and bidding him farewell, but after we see her fly away in her spaceship, it's revealed that she accidentally (or purposely) left one of her Lumas behind on Earth. Also, considering the fact that the entire timeline had to be rewritten as a result of the universe being destroyed and reborn, everyone's all now back at square one, and as a result Bowser now wants to take over outer space again, [[VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy2 which leads to...]]
* ''NinjaBlade'': ''VideoGame/NinjaBlade'': This {{Xbox UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}} action title has the hero Ken Ogawa's father cryptically tell Ken to "save your mother" around 3/4ths into the game. After the final boss, Ken mentions to his handler that he has "something to take care of" and is then shown disappearing somewhere in the city... implying that he's off to discover and save his mother whilst explaining nothing.
* ''VideoGame/{{Oddworld}}: Stranger's Wrath'': Featured Wrath'' featured this after a double plot twist in the end sequence. After defeating the BigBad Sekto, [[spoiler:you find out that "Sekto" was really the demon you heard about at the Grubb temple earlier in the game, and that Sekto was really the old guardian of the Grubb Tribe, having been brainwashed by a face hugging parasite.]] When it looks like Sekto is dead, and everything is back to normal, [[spoiler:you see the octopus-like Sekto swim down the newly restored river, apparently looking for a new host.]] Sadly, Oddworld Inhabitants dropped out of the video game business after ''Stranger''.



* ''PhoenixWrightAceAttorney: Justice for All'' unusually has its sequel hook in the ''middle'' of the game: at the end of the second case, [[spoiler:Morgan Fey, one of the conspirators in the murder]], vows revenge. Said revenge plot [[spoiler:is put into action in the last case of the third game.]]
* ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'': Had several potential plot points brought up during the postgame. It was commonly assumed that they would be followed up in the inevitable [[UpdatedRerelease third version]]... but with the announcement of ''VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2'', it turns out they were this.
* ''VideoGame/PokemonXDGaleOfDarkness'': Postgame showed [[spoiler:most of the bosses that you face through the course of the game (Gonzap, Chobin, Lovrina, etc.) appearing in the NintendoHard [[BossRush Orre Colosseum]]. If you manage to defeat them, they all send you friendly emails... bar Ardos, who declares you Cipher's number one enemy, and saying he will resurrect Cipher one day.]] After nearly 8 years, we're still waiting.

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* ''PhoenixWrightAceAttorney: Justice for All'' unusually has its sequel hook in the ''middle'' of the game: at At the end of the second case, [[spoiler:Morgan Fey, one of the conspirators in the murder]], vows revenge. Said revenge plot [[spoiler:is put into action in the last case of the third game.]]
game]].
* ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'': Had ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' had several potential plot points brought up during the postgame. It was commonly assumed that they would be followed up in the inevitable [[UpdatedRerelease third version]]... but with the announcement of ''VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2'', it turns out they were this.
* ''VideoGame/PokemonXDGaleOfDarkness'': Postgame The postgame of ''VideoGame/PokemonXDGaleOfDarkness'' showed [[spoiler:most of the bosses that you face through the course of the game (Gonzap, Chobin, Lovrina, etc.) appearing in the NintendoHard [[BossRush Orre Colosseum]]. If you manage to defeat them, they all send you friendly emails... bar Ardos, who declares you Cipher's number one enemy, and saying he will resurrect Cipher one day.]] After nearly 8 eight years, we're still waiting.



* ''ProfessorLayton'': The games have these in the form of pictures that appear after the end credits. These pictures all relate to the next game in line for the series. The only exceptions are ''Unwound Future'', which doesn't have one such picture, and ''Miracle Mask'', [[spoiler: which goes UpToEleven by replacing the picture with a full-blown ''cutscene'' that not only ties this game with ''Last Specter'' and ''Eternal Diva'', but also sets the stage for the sixth game]].

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* ''ProfessorLayton'': ''Franchise/ProfessorLayton'': The games have these in the form of pictures that appear after the end credits. These pictures all relate to the next game in line for the series. The only exceptions are ''Unwound Future'', which doesn't have one such picture, and ''Miracle Mask'', [[spoiler: which goes UpToEleven by replacing the picture with a full-blown ''cutscene'' that not only ties this game with ''Last Specter'' and ''Eternal Diva'', but also sets the stage for the sixth game]].



** The end of this game has the campers all going home and Raz and Lili sadly separating...only to suddenly reveal that the head of the Psychonauts (revealed to be [[spoiler:Lili's father]] has been kidnapped by a dangerous enemy, and both kids fly off with Sasha, Milla, and Oleander to rescue him. Despite the obvious hook, the creator is unsure if there will be a sequel, given the first game's poor sales but cult status.

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** The end of this game has the campers all going home and Raz and Lili sadly separating... only to suddenly reveal that the head of the Psychonauts (revealed to be [[spoiler:Lili's father]] has been kidnapped by a dangerous enemy, and both kids fly off with Sasha, Milla, and Oleander to rescue him. Despite the obvious hook, the creator is unsure if there will be a sequel, given the first game's poor sales but cult status.



** Every game except for ''Dragon Fire'' ended like this.
** And for ''Wages of War'', which ended on a blatant (and very effective) cliffhanger with [[spoiler: the NotQuiteDead Ad Avis taking possession of the protagonist]].

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** Every game except for ''Dragon Fire'' ended like this.
** And for
''Wages of War'', which War'' ended on a blatant (and very effective) cliffhanger with [[spoiler: the NotQuiteDead Ad Avis taking possession of the protagonist]].



* ''XMenLegends'':

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* ''XMenLegends'':''VideoGame/XMenLegends'':
2nd May '16 6:25:55 AM GastonRabbit
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** ''Banjo-Tooie'': Ended with Gruntilda swearing that she'll get her revenge in ''Banjo-Threeie''.
** That's nothing. The ending of ''Banjo-Kazooie'' revealed that its sequel was named and several special features (such as Stop 'N' Swop) were being developed on it, which were revealed in the end. ("Mumbo's jaw dropped in awe," remember?) [[UrbanLegendOfZelda Not that any of them amounted to much in the end until the Xbox Live Arcade was invented]], but ''Banjo Tooie'' was a good game.

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** ''Banjo-Tooie'': Ended with Gruntilda swearing that she'll get her revenge in ''Banjo-Threeie''.
** That's nothing.
The ending of ''Banjo-Kazooie'' revealed that its sequel was named and several special features (such as Stop 'N' 'n' Swop) were being developed on for it, which were revealed in the end. end ("Mumbo's jaw dropped in awe," remember?) awe"). [[UrbanLegendOfZelda Not that any of them amounted to much in the end until the Xbox Live Arcade was invented]], but ''Banjo Tooie'' ''Banjo-Tooie'' was a good game.game.
** ''Banjo-Tooie'' ended with Gruntilda swearing that she'll get her revenge in ''Banjo-Threeie''.



** The PlayStation port had new animated sequences that featured Lucca finding a baby out of nowhere, and the lost of the Masamune, all to link the game to its then upcoming sequel ''VideoGame/ChronoCross''.

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** The PlayStation UsefulNotes/PlayStation port had new animated sequences that featured Lucca finding a baby out of nowhere, and the lost of the Masamune, all to link the game to its then upcoming sequel ''VideoGame/ChronoCross''.



* ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquer: Tiberium Wars'' has three words for ya: '''Earth will fall!'''



* ''VideoGame/ConkersBadFurDay'': The original ending involved Conker committing suicide, but it was changed to leave the possibility of a sequel. Thanks to Microsoft, there'll never be one.

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* ''VideoGame/ConkersBadFurDay'': The ''VideoGame/ConkersBadFurDay'''s original ending involved Conker committing suicide, but it was changed to leave the possibility of a sequel. Thanks to Microsoft, there'll never be one.



* ''VideoGame/DiddyKongRacing'': The ending cutscene shows Wizpig, after his defeat, flying off the island in his ship laughing. The ending credits also featured a "ToBeContinued" at the end. Creator/{{Rare}} was indeed working on a sequel named ''Donkey Kong Racing'', but it became {{vaporware}} after they were bought out by Microsoft. ''Diddy Kong Racing'''s NintendoDS remake didn't feature a "To be continued".
* ''VideoGame/DirgeOfCerberus: VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'': Has one in the form of a secret ending obtainable by collecting three MacGuffin. [[spoiler:Genesis picks up Weiss, who is apparently NotQuiteDead, and explicitly says, "It is not yet time for slumber. There is much work to do, my brother."]]
* ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry'': The GBA port has a different ending to the SNES original. K. Rool returns on the Gangplank Galleon just before the credits sequence and [[VideoGame/DonkeyKong64 threatens to blow up DK Island]]. The Kongs jump off the ship into the water as it sails away, and Cranky effectively {{lampshade|Hanging}}s this trope:

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* ''VideoGame/DiddyKongRacing'': The ''VideoGame/DiddyKongRacing''[='=]s ending cutscene shows Wizpig, after his defeat, flying off the island in his ship laughing. The ending credits also featured a "ToBeContinued" at the end. Creator/{{Rare}} was indeed working on a sequel named ''Donkey Kong Racing'', but it became {{vaporware}} after they were bought out by Microsoft. ''Diddy Kong Racing'''s NintendoDS Racing''[='=]s UsefulNotes/NintendoDS remake didn't feature a "To be continued".
* ''VideoGame/DirgeOfCerberus: VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'': Has VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' has one in the form of a secret ending obtainable by collecting three MacGuffin. [[spoiler:Genesis picks up Weiss, who is apparently NotQuiteDead, and explicitly says, "It is not yet time for slumber. There is much work to do, my brother."]]
* ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry'': The ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry'''s GBA port has a different ending to from the SNES original. K. Rool returns on the Gangplank Galleon just before the credits sequence and [[VideoGame/DonkeyKong64 threatens to blow up DK Island]]. The Kongs jump off the ship into the water as it sails away, and Cranky effectively {{lampshade|Hanging}}s this trope:



* ''VideoGame/EarthBound'':

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* ''VideoGame/EarthBound'':''Franchise/{{MOTHER}}'':
** ''VideoGame/EarthBoundBeginnings'' was sort of odd about this -- the English translation and the Japanese CompilationRerelease had a definite sequel hook with Ninten being contacted by his father, saying something else had come up... except the actual sequel, ''VideoGame/EarthBound'', didn't have anything to do with Ninten, his family, or anything else left unresolved in the game (Giygas aside, but his actions in ''Beginnings'' aren't so much as hinted at).



** There is also a sign in Fourside that reads: "(Planning Meeting for Videogame/EarthBound 2. Only those who are related to this project are allowed to enter. APE Software Development Team)" [[DevelopmentHell If only the meeting didn't last eleven years]].
** Subverted in ''VideoGame/MOTHER3''. You get the "The End...?" message, but [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming try walking]] [[TearJerker around...]]
** ''VideoGame/MOTHER1'' was sort of odd about this - the English prototype/Japanese CompilationRerelease had a definite sequel hook with Ninten being contacted by his father, saying something else had come up... except the actual sequel, ''VideoGame/EarthBound'' didn't have anything to do with Ninten, his family or anything else left unresolved in the game (Giygas aside, but his actions in ''MOTHER'' aren't so much as hinted at).

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** There is also a sign in Fourside that reads: "(Planning Meeting for Videogame/EarthBound [=EarthBound=] 2. Only those who are related to this project are allowed to enter. APE Software Development Team)" [[DevelopmentHell [[{{Vaporware}} If only the meeting didn't last eleven years]].
** Subverted in ''VideoGame/MOTHER3''. You get the "The End...?" message, but [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming try walking]] [[TearJerker walking TearJerker around...]]
** ''VideoGame/MOTHER1'' was sort of odd about this - the English prototype/Japanese CompilationRerelease had a definite sequel hook with Ninten being contacted by his father, saying something else had come up... except the actual sequel, ''VideoGame/EarthBound'' didn't have anything to do with Ninten, his family or anything else left unresolved in the game (Giygas aside, but his actions in ''MOTHER'' aren't so much as hinted at).



** The Nintendo [=3DS=] companion title ''VideoGame/EpicMickeyPowerOfIllusion'' also hints towards a sequel by having Mizrabel promise Mickey that he hasn't seen the last of her after she is defeated. While developed by a different company, it seems unlikely that this game will have a sequel either.

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** The Nintendo [=3DS=] UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS companion title ''VideoGame/EpicMickeyPowerOfIllusion'' also hints towards a sequel by having Mizrabel promise Mickey that he hasn't seen the last of her after she is defeated. While developed by a different company, it seems unlikely that this game will have a sequel either.



** Ends with a fairly noteworthy one: [[spoiler:Tidus, having performed a HeroicSacrifice, finds himself in a giant, empty pool of water and swims for the surface with a grin on his face.]] The International version has an additional bonus movie that more directly sets up ''[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyX2 Final Fantasy X-2]]''.

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** Ends with a fairly noteworthy one: [[spoiler:Tidus, having performed a HeroicSacrifice, finds himself in a giant, empty pool of water and swims for the surface with a grin on his face.]] The International version has an additional bonus movie that more directly sets up ''[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyX2 Final Fantasy X-2]]''.''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX2''.



* ''VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe'' (''Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword''): Provides an interesting InvertedTrope - the closing scenes of the epilogue, fifteen years later, introduce Roy and Lilina and demonstrate a now-adult King Zephiel's first encounter with Jahn. Of course, these are all things to do with the events of ''Sword of Seals'', an already-released game to which ''Blazing Sword'' is a prequel.

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* ''VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe'' (''Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword''): Provides an interesting InvertedTrope - -- the closing scenes of the epilogue, fifteen years later, introduce Roy and Lilina and demonstrate a now-adult King Zephiel's first encounter with Jahn. Of course, these are all things to do with the events of ''Sword of Seals'', ''The Binding Blade'', an already-released game to which ''Blazing Sword'' is a prequel.



* ''VideoGame/GoldenSunDarkDawn'': Ends with Matthew, Karis, and Tyrell coming back home, only to find that [[spoiler: the Mourning Moon has returned and ravaged their home, with their parents nowhere in sight]].

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* ''VideoGame/GoldenSunDarkDawn'': Ends ''VideoGame/GoldenSunDarkDawn'' ends with Matthew, Karis, and Tyrell coming back home, only to find that [[spoiler: the Mourning Moon has returned and ravaged their home, with their parents nowhere in sight]].
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* ''Fanfic/AftermathOfTheGames'' ends with Sunset and Sci-Twi now working with Princess Twilight to discover how magic works in the human world before it becomes to widespread and noticeable, Princess Twilight is now able to talk to the Human Flash Sentry more with a magic journal just like Sunset has, and and the now-unemployed Cinch [[spoiler:is approached by Miss Chrysalis to discuss a common interest in magic.]]
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* ''Literature/TheDinosaurLords'' leaves several trails to be followed.
** Melodía going towards Providence to hide from Falk.
** Karyl and Rob getting thrown to jail in their last scene.
** The Emperor implying that his confessor knew about Falk's plan all along.
** Most of all, the CrypticConversation between Raguel and Uriel.
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* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI'': At the end of the [[NewGamePlus Second Quest]]'s credits is the line "End of The Legend Of Zelda 1", implying the eventual existence of a [[VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink 2]]. This was before ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' had become a CashCowFranchise that could be counted on to release a new game or three every console.
8th Apr '16 8:31:56 AM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* ''VideoGame/SonicChronicles'': Ends with a twist that sets up a sequel.
* ''VideoGame/SonicHeroes'': Ends with Shadow and Omega looking over the corpse of Metal Sonic and Shadow contemplating his revival. Although the hook for ''VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog'' was obvious, the fact that Sega set up the ending to keep Metal Sonic alive for a later game and not utilize him since then outside of the ''Sonic Rivals'' games is a bit baffling. (Metal Sonic was supposed to be a primary enemy in ''Sonic 2006'' but his role was cut. He does not make a resurgence as a primary villain until ''Sonic 4 Episode II'', which is chronologically earlier than ''Heroes''.)

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* ''VideoGame/SonicChronicles'': Ends ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog:''
** ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2'' gains one retroactively in [[VideoGameRemake the 2013 remake]]. If you clear the game
with all seven Chaos Emeralds, you will see the wreckage of the Death Egg plummet towards Angel Island, followed by Eggman angrily stomping on the ground with the wreck of the final boss mecha laying in the background. Then a twist that sets up certain pair of eyes appears in a sequel.
* ''VideoGame/SonicHeroes'': Ends
hole in the bushes (in homage of the ''[[VideoGame/Sonic3AndKnuckles Sonic the Hedgehog 3]]'' boxart)...
** ''VideoGame/SonicHeroes'' ends
with Shadow and Omega looking over the corpse of Metal Sonic and Shadow contemplating his revival. Although the hook for ''VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog'' was obvious, the fact that Sega set up the ending to keep Metal Sonic alive for a later game and not utilize him since then outside of the ''Sonic Rivals'' ''VideoGame/SonicRivals'' games is a bit baffling. (Metal Sonic was supposed to be a primary enemy in ''Sonic 2006'' ''[[VideoGame/SonicTheHEdgehog2006 Sonic 2006]]'' but his role was cut. He does not make a resurgence as a primary villain until ''Sonic ''[[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog4 Sonic 4 Episode II'', II]]'', which is chronologically earlier than ''Heroes''.))
** ''VideoGame/SonicChronicles'' ends with a plot twist that sets up a sequel. Unfortunately, for several reasons (nothing's been said on the matter since then, the game wasn't well received, the [[ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog Archie]] [[{{Expy}} expies]] in the game [[ScrewedByTheLawyers brought writer Ken Penders down on the people involved]]), [[StillbornFranchise a sequel never came to be]].



* ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2'' gains one retroactively in [[VideoGameRemake the 2013 remake]]. If you clear the game with all seven Chaos Emeralds, you will see the wreckage of the Death Egg plumet towards Angel Island, followed by Eggman angrily stomping on the ground with the wreck of the final boss mecha laying in the background. Then a certain pair of eyes appears in a hole in the bushes (in homage of the ''Sonic the Hedgehog 3'' boxart)...
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* ''Literature/ImminentDangerAndHowToFlyStraightIntoIt'' ends this way, with Eris deciding to leave behind her life on Earth, and return to exploring the stars with Varrin. The villains have been defeated and the heroes look set to live happily ever after... and then Eris learns that the pendant Varrin gave her means they are now technically married. And she's not happy about it.
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* ''VideoGame/SimonTheSorcerer 2'': Ended with [[spoiler: Simon still trapped in Sordid's body]].

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* ''VideoGame/SimonTheSorcerer 2'': Ended ''VideoGame/SimonTheSorcerer'':
** Rather than just having its own self-contained story, ''Simon the Sorcerer'' ends very unsatisfyingly with a games show presenter hijacking the plot to make a shameless plug over next year's sequel. Even Simon is baffled and asks what is going on. Because its so abrupt and forced in nature, the player experiences no sense of award for completing the game.
** ''Simon the Sorcerer 2'' ended
with [[spoiler: Simon still trapped in Sordid's body]].
26th Mar '16 8:14:47 PM Willbyr
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* ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' provides one in the 8th Tea party. And a few years later, plans for a third ''Franchise/WhenTheyCry'' series were indeed anounced for after the end of ''RoseGunsDays'', so likely 2014.

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* ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' provides one in the 8th Tea party. And a few years later, plans for a third ''Franchise/WhenTheyCry'' series were indeed anounced for after the end of ''RoseGunsDays'', ''VisualNovel/RoseGunsDays'', so likely 2014.



* ''VisualNovel/{{Danganronpa}}'' has a particularly plot twisty one where [[spoiler: after Junko Enoshima (the BigBad) is executed, Monokuma (who she was controlling) gets up and asks the viewer if they really thought that was the end.]]

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* ''VisualNovel/{{Danganronpa}}'' has a particularly plot twisty one where [[spoiler: after [[spoiler:after Junko Enoshima (the BigBad) is executed, Monokuma (who she was controlling) gets up and asks the viewer if they really thought that was the end.]]end]].
24th Mar '16 7:36:54 PM Gamermaster
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* The [[WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue six years later epilogue]] of ''MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha A's'', which has everyone talking about being reunited after a long time, the three Aces on their way to a mission, [[LastEpisodeNewCharacter the brief introduction of Reinforce Zwei]], and the scene cutting away just before said Aces reveal their new Barrier Jackets. All a hook for the ''[[ComicBookAdaptation A's to StrikerS]]'' manga to follow-up on around half a year later.

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* The [[WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue six years later epilogue]] of ''MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha A's'', ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaAs'', which has everyone talking about being reunited after a long time, the three Aces on their way to a mission, [[LastEpisodeNewCharacter the brief introduction of Reinforce Zwei]], and the scene cutting away just before said Aces reveal their new Barrier Jackets. All a hook for the ''[[ComicBookAdaptation A's to StrikerS]]'' manga to follow-up on around half a year later.
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