Red Dead Redemption is another good game with the same cliche ending.
Whoa.. Hold on there. Red Dead Redemption had one of the best endings I have seen in recent times in any video game. (it's certainly up there with Metal Gear Solid 3 and Metal Gear Solid 4). Thematically it fitted the tone of the game perfectly, it was emotionally evocative and pretty surprising. Rockstar took a huge risk with the RDR ending, and I thought it paid of perfectly, probably because Rockstar games seem to be one of the last video-game publishers that actually put a lot of time and care into their products, rather than EA, who might aswell be making lightbulbs or washing machines, they are just in there buisness for the profit.
(RDR won numerous game of the year awards and was a pretty fantastic game, which also netted R* a nice little profit. But do you see R* milking thier fans dry, withholding on-disc content to ship it as DLC? Relasing sub-par and rushed sequel-after-sequel to cash-in on it's success?)