La votación llegó a su fin para revelar los ganadores de los mejores finales de videojuegos. Por medio de los Récords Mundiales Guinness y la participación de más de 13,500 aficionados, el juego publicado por Activision y desarrolado por Treyarch, Call of Duty: Black Ops, se coronó el campeón. Black Ops fue seguido por el último juego Halo de la empresa desarrolladora Bungie, Halo: Reach. El tercer puesto lo ocupó el héroe del tiempo en The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. A pesar de haber hecho su lanzamiento original hace 13 años, la versión 3DS demostró que Ocarina aún es un juego muy entretenido y desafiante.
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The greatest videogame endings of all time announced in the new guinness world records 2012 gamer’s edition
- Over 13,000 Gamers Voted for their Favourite Videogame Ending
- ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops’ is Crowned Winner
- ‘Halo: Reach’ and ‘The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time’ are Runners Up
- Warning: Spoiler Alert!!
LONDON (January 9, 2012) – Today, Guinness World Records, the global authority on record-breaking, announce the Top 50 Videogame Endings of All Time as voted for by 13,519 fans of gaming. Conducted for the new Guinness World Records 2012 Gamer’s Edition book, the list will cause heated debate among passionate gamers and provide further evidence of the growing sophistication and popularity of videogames.
Last year’s best-selling videogame, Call of Duty: Black Ops, developed by Treyarch, tops the list. The dramatic finale features a frantic shoot-out inside a submarine and provides our hero Mason the chance to take vengeance for a murdered friend. The closing sequence offers a new twist on the classic JFK conspiracy theory.
Second place in the list is 2010’s Halo: Reach developed by Bungie. Another First-Person Shooter, Halo: Reach takes place in the year 2552, with humanity locked in a war with the alien Covenant. During the post credits sequence the player’s character, Noble Six, makes a final stand against impossible odds. Although he is eventually overwhelmed, his sacrifice ensures that the ‘Master Chief’ survives.
Over 13 year’s old, Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time takes third place in the list. One of the best loved games of all time ends in classic fashion with our iconic character defeating Ganondorf and rescuing Princess Zelda.
The rest of the 50 offers a definitive list of the greatest videogame endings of all time. Notable entries include Red Dead Redemption (2010) which comes in at number 6. Rockstar’s mega-hit finishes like all good Western films with retribution, revenge and bloodshed.
At number 7 is Portal (Valve, 2007). The highly memorable ending breaks from tradition, with the final boss, GLaDOS, appearing to be defeated but then going on to perform a musical number titled ‘Still Alive’. The song, written by nerd-folk artist Jonathan Coulton, has become a cult hit and been immortalised in numerous online tributes.
Quantic Dream’s highly innovative Heavy Rain (2010) makes up the 10. The game features 22 possible endings which add to the excitement of the thriller. Will your in-game choices result in the ‘all round happy-ending’ or will they instead lead to an ending so dark that you’ll witness the deaths of most the game’s major characters.
Gaz Deaves, Gaming Editor for Guinness World Records 2012 Gamer’s Edition said: “Everyone has an opinion on how to end a game whether it’s an epic boss fight, a clever plot twist or a 90-minute movie. This list recognises some of the greatest endings and hopefully will get gamers talking about what are their favourites and why.”
The full list is featured in the new Guinness World Records 2012 Gamer’s Edition book out now. The book is also available in a fully illustrated, full colour eBook format at Kobo and Apple’s ibooks. For more information please visit www.guinnessworldrecords.com/gamers.
|50. Resident Evil 4|
|49. Star Wars: Knights of the old Republic|
|48. Ratchet & Clank: a Crack in Time|
|47. Crysis 2|
|46. The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion|
|45. Call of Duty: World at War|
|44. Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II|
|43. Half-Life 2: Episode Tow|
|42. Super Metroid|
|41. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess|
|40. New Super Mario Bros. Wii|
|38. Fallout 3|
|37. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|
|36. Gears of War 2|
|34. Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty|
|33. Sonic Adventures 2|
|32. Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater|
|31. Kingdom Hearts II|
|30. Mass Effect|
|29. Super Mario Galaxy|
|28. Sonic the Hedgehog|
|27. Metal Gear Solid|
|26. Assassin’s Creed II|
|25. Assassin’s Creed|
|24. Shadow of the Colossus|
|23. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare|
|22. Kingdom Hearts|
|21. Uncharted 2: Among Thieves|
|20. Super Mario Galaxy 2|
|19. Mass Effect 2|
|18. Grand Theft Auto IV|
|17. Portal 2|
|16. Assassins Creed: Brotherhood|
|15. Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time|
|14. Halo: Combat Evolved|
|13. Halo 3|
|12. Pokémon Black and White|
|11. Super Mario Bros|
|10. Heavy Rain|
|9. Final Fantasy VII|
|8. Metal Gear Solid 4|
|6. Red Dead Redemption|
|5. God of War|
|4. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2|
|3. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time|
|2. Halo: Reach|
|1. Call of Duty: Black Ops|
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