Spoiler This is what I consider "Hollywood fairy tale" expectations. People who murder each other's friends and family don't suddenly gain enlightenment, put aside their differences and "happily ever after all the things". Things like this turn into multi generational war, endless tribal grudges, and all the worst of human behaviour. And again, I genuinely think this story exists not to bring us warm and fuzzies, but to stand as a warning that there's no way out of these sorts of dark spirals other than to not let them consume us in the first place. I know a lot of folks don't like the "Misery Simulator 3000" aspect of this game. But I tire of movies and TV shows that push childish, neatly wrapped up stories on us. If it takes video games to deliver a more mature story that tackles the realities of these sorts of decisions, I feel there's some real good that can come of that (if not with a little irony sprinkled on top, given how many people even today still think video games are only for kids). The first game finished on an uncomfortable note. The second on a miserable note. I don't feel like it needs a third, but even worse than an unnecessary sequel would be one with a "happily ever after" ending. Oh I want to. But SO MANY PROJECTS. Add it to the retirement list.