Types Of Fiction With Multiple Endings
Multiple endings refer to a case in entertainment (usually video games) where the story could end in different ways, described as an alternate ending.
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... only one of a film or game's different endings could possibly have occurred ... Generally, one of the multiple endings is explicitly established as the "true" ending through the description of past events, with the other endings ... as the Resident Evil games), elements of more than one ending are drawn together to create a story that does not quite make sense if only one ending is to be accepted as canon ...
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