The ending of Fallout 1. That creepy flesh monster talking like a little girl and shooting me with twin chain guns was so creepy. Especially when you find out his main voice is Winnie the Pooh! If they ever made him into a movie character I think I would shit myself.
"I want to make them beautiful, but they always TURN OUT WRONG! That one, too fat. This one, too tall! This one, too SYMETRICAL! And now... whats this guy? An intruder, he is ugly. Ugly, UGLY, UGGLLYYYYY!!!"
The twist in that game started out pretty cool, but then I thought about it, and it doesn't make too much sense. If Fontaine had control over you the whole time, why doesn't he tell you to kill the little sisters? Why does he feel the need to makeup some story about needing help saving his family to a guy he has under mind control?
I also kinda found it weird that in the "good guy" ending, you are hailed as the savior of the little sisters. In the previous scene I had just let like 4 of them die during the escort. Wouldn't the good guy find another way through the doors that wouldn't involve endangering the lives of little girls?
Still a good game, but some parts of it don't make sense. Normally I don't ask that a video game makes sense, but for one that relies so much on its narrative like this one, I think it should.