For that reason, I chose C, I knew they will F it up somehow, also, I could care less if all of them died during option C. Franklin doesn't turn his back on his homies, and I felt like he probably would risk death rather than have to turn traitor. He was like an uncle to Jimmy even though he was crazy. Michael makes a small rant about Devin's business practices including outsourcing an underpaid private army and sending profits offshore. Trevor hasn't changed one bit, Michael has barely changed, Franklin has like got a new house and now he's cool with Lamarr again? Trevor falls out into the volatile puddle while cursing all the Judas people around him.
Seems a bit harsh if you can't :S Seems a bit harsh if you can't :S Well, he doesn't turn a back on his mentors who don't get themselves set up repeatedly The majority of feedback is telling me that I played the game incorrectly, and that I'm an idiot for choosing anything but C. I want more from Michael, Trevor, and Franklin. It's not like every game offers you to select the ending you chose from the previous and just pick up there. Franklin doesn't like that advice but Lester really doesn't know what to do in this situation. Franklin points him to the other side of the foundry. They start walking away along the train tracks while formulating a plan. Regardless, you agree that there was one correct choice.
Did anyone else have a similar experience? It sucks for anyone who chose either A or B and I find it odd that Rockstar would make this a choice given that these are playable characters to use after the story is complete and killing one off robs the player. It's cheap to give the player this morally grey dilemma, and then decide to make a canonically all-around good-in-every-way ending out of one of those choices. At that point, C seemed to be the only option that made sense. When you get out to the location three vehicles are loading up with people including Wei Cheng. Trevor takes the high road up onto the catwalk and Michael takes the low road out the side door.
Edit: Damn, you've nailed my issues with the story ending as well. We may never know if any are a true ending. However Michael has a pretty shitty family himself. From a short distance Franklin says the whole thing was educational. I'm still very glad that I chose C though, I'd feel like an awful person if my canon choice was killing one of them.
Or perhaps saved before the decision? Tao Cheng's credit card just appeared at a club in Pacific Bluffs. The crew needs to clean house. Now there is one enemy left down by the pool near Devin Weston. Of course all the gang members around you have weapons so be ready. I'm going to expect over 80% on option C, which is what I went with.
Whichever side you choose, when you clear out the area go over to the others and help finish that side. The trunk is opened and they have a one sided discussion with Devin. Franklin is still his friend and he wants to hang out sometime. Go up and another is along the balcony. A lot of people seemed to believe the same thing about Option C. Michael and Franklin walk away. In fact, why do I feel like it's canon? That isn't fun and subtracts from the experience.
I've gotta say of every game i've played so far this year, this had by far the most disappointing ending. He stops at some point when you get near. Eventually Franklin jumps Michael and the gun is thrown off. I thought that's why you had to make a choice to begin with. The investment guru lets himself inside and rants how Michael messed up his life and Franklin's too. We have references about Nico, but none about either Kate or Roman. This is my Theory on what the Different Endings mean and how we should interpret them.
Trevor then emails Franklin asking if he did it. But in Deathwish, everyone gets paid. When he gets close enough Michael headbutts Franklin causing him to let go. Please take a second to read over and look over the content that is not permitted. In my book, that's an excellent ending. You'll find Trevor in cover next to the security booth. Besides I love Trevor,Michael and Franklin how could I choose any to die.
He's on a basketball court with some Ballas as others walk about the rec center. Dave Norton emails Michael hoping he will stay out of trouble. Weston brushes off his comments as usual and Franklin comes to realize that Weston's death wish is for someone else. Right, and that's why I initially picked that option. A second team will enter from the south across from Trevor. He tells Franklin how he treated him well - like family.
The frustrating thing about the ending, and even as someone who picked Option C I say this, is that it's cheap. Trevor suggests an empty lot in El Burro. A car with more Ballas will drive around nearby so kill the two in that as well. He ends up on the train tracks and overtakes a short moving train. . Franklin will connect with him and get to the father.