- Planescape: Torment.
- System Shock 2.
- God of War.
- Metal Gear Solid 3.
- Hitman: Blood Money.
- Soul Reaver 2.
- Shadow of the Colossus.
- Mass Effect.
- Halo: Combat Evolved.
Call of Duty 4 ranks way up there for me. What an ending.
Ocarina of Time had a pretty cool ending. Nothing spectacular, but fun and classy. Just too bad that it leaves you on that one shot and the only thing you can do from there is turn off or reset your console.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City's ending wasn't anything too epic, though I enjoyed the way they wrap things up in the end.
Halo: Combat Evolved ended in a nice way.
It seems that I have just been reminded that most games don't have such great endings. I can hardly remember how a lot of games ended even though I beat them.
" Bioshock was memorably disappointing and cheap. But, yeah, Shadow of the Colossus and HL2: Episode 2 were the most moved I've ever been. Not very original choices, but they're well liked for a reason. "Bioshock's ending was disappointing but you have to admit that mid point of that game is something to remember.
The Ending of COD 4 is definitely memorable. Also, the ending to Persona 3 is ambiguous in all the right ways, but of course they had to go and ruin that with The Answer, which lacks any subtlety and prefers to bludgeon you over the head with the same ideas over and over again for the 20 or so hours it takes to complete.