Heartwarming / MadWorld

  • A small one, but if you went to the trouble of saving the geishas earlier in the game, they will be cheering for you and even throw you health items during the final death match. It's nice to see someone appreciates Jack.
  • Despite Jack's general cynicism, when going over details of how far the Death Watch conspiracy goes into the United States government, he at least acknowledges that Amala and people like her at least try to help others, in spite of an earlier putdown he did to all humanity, including himself. This is rare moment where Jack displays some semblance of humanity, especially given that most of the game's cutscenes focus on emphasizing the worst traits of humanity and the worst we are capable of.