10 secret cutscenes hidden in your favorite games. Video games are full of secrets and that’s one of the reasons why we love them so much. There are hidden bosses, secret areas and even complete cutscenes to unlock if you know where to find them. We’ve made it easy for you by simply showing you those cutscenes in this video. Here are 10 secret cutscenes hidden in your favorite games!
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It's called Mass Effect... and it's Art <3
The Team from the Shepard Universe really did a great job about that Trilogy and the Ending with "Citadel" (the dlc special) was... epic honestly...
All so "natural" but honestly it was a little confusing for me to play ME 1, then ME 2 with the keys changed, but the fact that what ever you did in ME 1 affected ME 2 & the Ending at ME 3 (and the Ending of a great piece of Art like ME - Shepard Universe was) it was Amazing!
The ME:Andromeda... im playing it, it's good.. but can't be as good & Epic, like it was the Shepard Universe...
But what could be great for all the fans of M.E? a Secret Ending... showing Shepard (ME Trilogy) + Ryder (Andromeda) they wanna bring.. about the Reappers & Kett...
Even better! if one still has the ME Trilogy (Shepard Universe) and choosed X Ending... meaby an "after" ME 3 plus Andromeda... Ending, where..
Ryder meet X Character (can't be Shepard, after the Ending of ME 3.. it can't be, meaby?) who suffered X Change about the 3 Choises the Players could make about how to End it all...
That.... that would be AWESOME!
Hey man, saving a loved one is a motivation everyone can relate to.
Just because you find it somehow distasteful to use this trope doesn't mean it's bad writing it just means you're an overly sensitive twat
"Although video game writing has become a lot better over the years, Most games still revolve around a hero who has to save a women." If you listen closely, you can even hear the disgust in her voice too. I guess her insinuation is that a game is poorly written if it uses the classic damsel in distress story base. That is either what we call a *DISGUSTING LIBERAL FEMINIST* Freudian slip or maybe she is just sick of it. *WHO KNOWS*
+Drago Dragneel ??? Wasn't that one of the big one's that led to people complaining about the damsel trope?
Its because popular characters like the Disney Princesses, Princess Toadstool/Peach, Louis Lane, and whatnot that were more memorable than forgettable male politicians/scientists/citizens, and such that people tried to make a big deal out of the trope, even though the real issue wasn't the trope, but the lack of females in roles besides that of the damsel.
+Mirnes Trto Bill Clinton, Commissioner Gordon, Hamilton Hill, Inspector Gadget, Doctor Mullaney, etc...
Females are generally used when the character is either supposed to be a love interest or a reward for the hero. Males, however, tend to be used throughout a work of fiction, and are more expendable, sometimes killed by the villain despite the hero's efforts. Historically men have also been cast into positions of power or excellence more frequently than women have making them great candidates for someone of importance that needs to be saved.
-Your generic scientist who created x doomsday weapon only to be captured by dr. evil leading to the random mission where secret agent man has to save the day.
-Mr. President who is your generic presidential figure often needs to be saved by soldiers or super heroes. Other variations include senators, mayors, and other people of political important. (<3 when you also get invited to burgers by the president.)
-Your side kick, buddy, or what have you often becomes a hostage. Sometimes its even your rival and after you save them they join your cause.
-You, the hero, often get captured as well. While this often leads to a scene where the hero frees himself with spy gadgets, he's often rescued by a female or side kick instead. (For fear of showing violence against women, characters like Bat Girl originally only appeared in things like the Adam West Batman just to save him & then disappear, never taking part in battles, but proving her usefulness as she constantly saved the heroes.)
-Your martial arts mentor. The mentor is a bit luckier than others in some ways as a third of the time he will put up an epic battle against some foe instead of simply being captured. However, many other times he takes the route of the pacifist, is poisoned and needs and antidote, or so forth. Often, the hero will fail to save this damsel, and as he passes away, the mentor will reveal a secret so that the hero will learn a new ultimate move or his death serves to build up the villain.
-The man who doubted you. Commonly, you will have a character who hates the hero or causes problems for said hero. They might be Bullet from Batman, J. Jonah Jameson from Spider man, Senator Kelly or even Graydon Creed from X-men. With the exception of Creed, often the hero saving these people when they were made into damsels would be used to show how heroic a hero was, act as a turning point for this hatemonger in the story, or make said thorn in the heroes side more likeable.
There is also the hapless citizen who is either male or female, but saved by the super hero who appears saying 'fear not brave citizen'.
What about the secret cutscene in Dead Rising?
If you don't save the game and go to the entrance Plaza and when the zombies come in, die and you will get a cutscene.
The Cutscene is Frank on the couch resting while Otis comes up to him and wakes him up, with Frank stating that he saved his life...
Now I don't know if that means that Otis a 60 year old man went down there in the Zombie infested Mall just to save Frank or Frank was dreaming all that...
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