3 years ago#21
Just finished it, and the ending is pretty realistic IMO. That's how the real world works. You think people like Obama and Rahm Emmanuel get into power by accident? Nope
What is a person like Obama?
3 years ago#22
GreenTreeClub posted...Just finished it, and the ending is pretty realistic IMO. That's how the real world works. You think people like Obama and Rahm Emmanuel get into power by accident? Nope
Don't take the bait, just leave it.
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3 years ago#23
Flub-A-Dub posted...GreenTreeClub posted...Just finished it, and the ending is pretty realistic IMO. That's how the real world works. You think people like Obama and Rahm Emmanuel get into power by accident? Nope
It's only bait if you make a big deal out of it, so don't worry.
3 years ago#24
( spoilers )
This: I'm fine with him dying, but i kinda wish it was to more than growling sewer water.
it seemed like I was through so much. I was shot at 100+ times. lots of car chases. The war.
You start out really liking this guy, its squeaky clean. By all the war movies you see, and that hes cheating on this wife, by the end, you feel kind of let down.
Still a well done and well made game.
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3 years ago#25
I liked the the ending. Cole's death right after his guilty conscious is revealed was sort of like his redemption for his mistakes during the War. It was quick but left an impression. I'm always fond of endings where the main character dies, and unlike with Red Dead I wasn't spoiled before reaching this one, so that made it all the better.
But that was the whole point of the ending!! It's all the smug and corrupt jerks who are doing all the talking at the funeral, while Cole's REAL friends and people who had his back either chose not to show up or couldn't stomach the funeral for long and leave.
It's beautiful in its own way.
3 years ago#26
I thought the ending was great, even though the setup (sewer, Elsa's 'kidnapping', etc) was a bit forced.
As for Cole's death, it was definitely not what I was hoping for but in retrospection I don't see how it could've ended any other way. Cole's story arc had nowhere left to go - he was a broken man, estranged by his coworkers/friends and hanging on only through Elsa's support and the dire conspiracy situation. There was nothing else for him to live for anymore, and nowhere left for his character to develop or change meaningfully.
But most of all, I think his death fit the theme of both his character arc and noir at large. We can never chase people away from corruption and greed forever -- all we can do is confront our own personal demons as best we can and hope to die in peace.
3 years ago#27
What is a person like Obama?
A statist control freak, puppet of the globalist banksters at Bilderberg (Obama was given the nomination at Biderberg, he went there secretly, if you remember when Gibbs sequestered the reporters on an airplane, Obama was at Bilderberg).
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3 years ago#28
Flub-A-Dub posted...What is a person like Obama?
Woah, where did you find all this out?
The two argument-winning fads of forums: 1) Say 'calm down'. 2) Anyone with a view/opinion different to yours must be a troll, so you must therefore state this.
3 years ago#29
The best part about the ending was that Kelso was down for Phelps til the end ironically when everyone in the game during cutscenes and gameplay was constantly blasting him for being an infidel. The dlc makes it better because of implementation. Better than hollywood writing/acting and smooth interface. More class than most games out. Not for the easily offended.
3 years ago#30