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Old September 28th, 2013, 05:54 PM
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In the history of video games, some games had a very incomplete or unexplained ending or story.

Movie games are notorious for leaving pivotal plot parts that would, otherwise, be explained in the movie.

What game(s) have you played that you felt the story wasn't as fleshed out as you wanted it to be.

What in the story would explain? Or what in the story would you have substituted it for?
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