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Desc:An ending sequence superior to the DeathCam
Category:Video Games, Arts
Tags:Wolfenstein, values, appropriate response
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I escaped a hellish Nazi prison, baptizing myself in blood and carnage in the process! Now I'm gonna go out and drop $ 20 for the version that has the other 5 episodes! YEEEAH!
Was that seriously the payoff for finally beating wolfenstein? F dat, man.
Video game endings weren't exactly in any sort of renaissance when this one came out.

You were lucky to get any kind of ending. Just about every FPS around this time and soon after was convinced that they'd be the next mega-hit, so they were often "to be continued" or in some cases cliffhanger endings that were never resolved since (as is natural) most of these companies went under.

That's the end for beating the first episode.

And yeah, it's certainly better than the first episode of "Doom," where you take a teleporter into a room filled with monsters, get mercilessly slaughtered, then have a paragraph of text dumped on you that amounts to "there's more."

Ending at the beginning of the game brilliantly meta.
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It cuts off right before "Any Way you Want it" by Journey starts playing.
At least you didn't get a "Game Over Yeaaaaaah!"
They were going to make him yell "Eat shit, nazis!" but ran out of RAM.

(yes i'm kidding)
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