Silent Hill 2 for sure! Memorable ending, even 18 years after its release.
I quite liked the ending of Halo : Reach
Often when you have a story set earlier in the time-line than a previous title, the tension is gone since you already know what happens to everything involved in the story.
We already know that Reach was a planet lost to the Covenant and most of the characters you meet don’t exist in the future games so odds are nothing good is going to happen to any of them. Not really any room for surprises there.
We get to the Pillar of Autumn because we recognise it and know it’s pretty much the only thing that survives, rescue that, now there’s pretty much only one loose end left on Reach.
Your objective is done, instead of going out in an dramatic cut-scene like the other characters, you get to decide how long your character survives and most importantly, how many Covenant you take with you.
With Red Dead Redemption 2 on the horizon, it’s no surprise that gamers are excited for the highly anticipated title, considering how well Red Dead Redemption was received. Along with compelling characters, and immersive story, and engaging open world, the game’s climactic ending was one to remember.
The Last of Us. It has the most surprising ending!
Believe it when I say,
Need For Speed MOST WANTED (2005 edition)
Has the best Ending and the Best Plot in the entire human history !
Anyone who has played this game would agree !
Prince of Persia the Two Thrones
The Two Thrones provides a satisfying conclusion to the Sands of Time trilogy, with a lot of the same puzzle-solving and gorgeous environments you remembered from the previous two games.
Journey had the best ending. The game may only be a couple hours long, but it’s easily one of the most beautiful, spiritual, and powerful games in existence.
The Legend of Zelda (original)
Doom I was the best ending.
The ending for Starcraft and Warcraft. Both by Blizzard
I really liked Final Fantasy VIII and Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots finals