Wintery Moments in Video Games Worse Than That Impeding Storm

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Uncharted 2

Max Payne 3

The flashback moment in Max Payne 3 is next up and mostly because it's a giant bummer. In the middle of mourning his dead family a bunch of gangsters show up at the graveyard to give Max a piece of their collective hive-mind. Or in this case, bullets. They just want to fill Max up with lead. And hey, if your weekend doesn't involve the mourning the death of your family only to get surprised by a bunch of mobsters with guns, then I'd say you're doing fine.

Star Wars: Battlefront -- Battle of Hoth

This one sounds a little bit cool. But I guess that depends on which side of the battle you're on. If you're on the Empire, then it'll probably be pretty cool 'cause you win the battle. If you're Rebel scum, then it's a total sad-time because you lose the battle. But the one thing both sides have in common is that both end up having some casualties because that's just how war goes. So, losing one of your best friends because you're locked into some dumb space war seems like it'll be a lot worse than not being able to order Dominoes because the snow is to heavy.

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The Last of Us

The Winter section of The Last of Us is probably one of the biggest twists of the game. Throughout the whole thing, you don't really know that you'll get to play as Ellie and it came as a wonderful surprise when I played. But the biggest bummer about this whole section is the story contained within it. Nothing is more terrifying than living in a post-apocalyptic world only to be kidnapped by cannibals and then being forced to escape on your own. There's a lot more to it than that but it's still a giant bummer. And you know, since we don't live in that world, the snowstorm might not be as bad as trying to run away from cannibals.

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