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On the bright side, I am playing through Undead Nightmare so my adventures with John aren't over yet!
John's dialogue after the final mission in Undead Nightmare is by far the worst in all the game. Not during the mission or anything, but once you've completed the story. Listening to him ride around on the horse is so incredibly annoying.
After the final mission in Undead Nightmare, for some reason John becomes an undead. It's never explained why (or I missed it) he died, but he comes back as an undead and holy s*** is it annoying. Riding around on the horse, grunting constantly. Not sure who thought people would enjoy that.
But thankfully once I save 7 more people I should have 100% and can work on doing 100% on the original game. I don't see much reason to play Undead Nightmare after completing it, whereas the original story I could free roam and hunt animals for hours.
The ending was amazing. John spends most of the game trying to escape his criminal past so that his son can have an education and a future, but he can't hide from the things he's done, the people he's worked for, robbed and killed. Through his actions, John inadvertently leads his son in to the life of an outlaw, becoming the one thing John tried so desperately to protect him from. In the final mission you get to play as Jack as he kills for the first time and becomes an outlaw like his father. It's really tragic, and one of the greatest game endings ever.
His 'stache is ugly but it's his hair that bugs me. It's all stringy and oily looking as if it's never been washed. Don't even get me started on his whinny voice. Sounds like a little girl with a scraped knee.
"Grown-ups never understand anything for themselves, and it is tiresome for children to be always and forever explaining things to them."