(02-13-2011 08:29 AM)Xanatos Wrote: I think it's one of those 'quality vs. quantity' games. Think of it as a nice meal at a classy restaurant; it's short & sweet but it's not something you'll want to eat everyday (due to taking a night out to book a table/adjust the lights & headphones) but after a few months of eating McDonalds, KFC and perhaps a few home cooked meals you'll want to indulge yourself with that classy taste again.
Or something like that.
Although that all seems true i do feel that if they took the quality approach they should have made the endings more polished.
In all fairness if they desired to make the experience more like a book or a movie we all know that books and movies have a lot going on how they finish.
I felt the endings were very ehmm "literal".
Revenge ending = i had my revenge the end
Bad ending = you will be remembered the end
Good ending = help him he deserves it the end
i was a sad panda that day