6 Choices We Regretted Immediately


Nobody can get *every* key decision in a game right! And the Outside Xtra and Outside Xbox team are no different. Here are six choices that, for various reasons, we immediately regretted.

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  • Outside Xtra

    Here are the choices, decisions or key moments in games that the Outside Xbox and Outside Xtra team TOTALLY fluffed, and will regret forever. What do you think you got wrong? Let us know in the comments and enjoy!

  • Madrigal

    Undertale. Killing. Toriel. Before. You. Realise. You. Don't. Need. To. Fight. Her.

  • CritGemHero

    Actually, I'm pretty sure that fight with your mom in Night in the Woods would have happened no matter what. I visited her every day in the game lol.

  • Fab912

    Actually, in Night in the Woods that specific conversation happens regardless of you visiting your mother or not at the church. That specific dialogue has repercussions later in the game that build upon Mae and her mother's relationship. So yes, it's meant to happen. And yes, regardless of you not talking to her or talking to her it makes you feel bad. I just can't go through this game without talking to her, i feel bad if i don't...even if she is mad at me

  • Yeet Yeet

    my biggest regret in video games was crafting a diamond hoe

  • Mr. Negative

    Why couldn't you realistically release the vault people then shut down the reactor

  • zoutig.

    >play skyrim for the first time>Do some random sidequests>sleep in game like a week later>Wake up in abandoned cottage not knowing its the start of the dark brotherhood questline>Kill the woman thus canceling the dark brotherhood questline>Rewrite old save

  • Vechs

    8:00 How do you even know what the computer entry said about him was true?

  • TheJester

    Skyrim: Killing Paarthurnax. The Wolf Among Us: Checking on Toad before checking on the prince.

  • Your friendly neighborhood Keyboard warrior ninja

    Great I came here to laugh internally, maybe awkwardly chuckle at the screen. I didn't realize I would end up in a great philosophical debate with my internal mind and thoughts, know I feel bad. Thanks Jane!

  • Who Are You?

    My reasoning behind letting the mimics kill him was simpleI needed a large amount of exotic material for my neuromods

  • PurpleConvict

    J o i n i n g t h e s t o r m c l o a k s

  • Sam Dilks

    the thing with calling Ashley from mass effect a space racist is that people look at the dialogue where she says "if you were up against a bear and the only way out is to sic your dog on it, you'd do it" as her saying she's not attached to the aliens - but what she's ACTUALLY saying at that point is, that's what the OTHER council races would do - if they had to choose between their own integrity and sacrificing human lives, they'll pick the latter.and by the time mass effects 2 and 3 roll around, she's been proven absolutely right.

  • Koneko Ryuugamine

    Am I the only one who kept rewinding to hear Luke say "CONFESS YOUR CRIMES!" ?

  • Max Littlewood

    I remember playing mass effect and loving Wrex so much and then I got all the dialogue options wrong and Ashley shot him...insta reloaded a save, even though it was an hour before

  • Laser Shark

    Number 1: digging straight down

  • Oivatank

    Something I did in Mass Effect 2 kinda breaks my heart every time I think about it.So during my playthrough I was romancing Tali (aka best girl) while also being the nicest guy in the universe. One time when it was time for me and Jack to have a heart-to-heart about her feelings and past etc, I thought I was just being a really good friend. Turns out the game considered it as more. I went upstairs to chat with Tali when I was met with some sad lines, one of them along the lines of “it’s a small ship, word gets around.” My heart snapped, crumbled, and got ejected into space, so I save scummed for the first and last time in my entire playthrough and picked some neutral options during Jacks heart-to-heart. To this day I feel like shit.

  • Csúb - Az Űrmedve

    I killed Priscilla after she said the land is peaceful and its inhabitants kind. I was enraged.I did not know if I interact with the painting, it will take me to the painted world. No way to fast travel from there. You are trapped.When you arrive, things that greet you are me are hollows, puking hollows, hostile bird people, an NPC invasion, a group of phalanx biomass or whatever they are, an undead puking dragon, bodies impaled and frozen like popsicles, bodies hang on a rope, and last but not least... wheel skeletons!After all that hospitality, this thing says that this land is peaceful and its inhabitants kind.So I showed her peace and kindness.Screw her.

  • András Fogarasi

    jokes on you, i'm a psychopath

  • NGMonocrom

    Oh, you didn't know you still got a reward if you spared the Little Sisters. Here's an idea, Luke.... Maybe don't harvest each and every single one you encounter, and that way you'd find out what the deal is; you monster!

  • Ebony Khair

    The walking dead season 2 killing Kenny

  • shirosz

    One choice we all regret was playing Outlast 2

  • Irrelevant Person

    Now I wanna know what would happen to Wrex if you killed Ashley and tried to talk Wrex down.Also one of the regrettable decisions I made in a game was when you get to kill Cicero in Skyrim. I didn't realize I could spare him the first time I played. I loved that lil' guy.

  • renato trotta

    I know it might be an unpopular confession, but i kinda felt bad getting my revenge over agent Ross in RDR. Ok he killed me, but he got away from all that, apart from thinking that killing Marston would have been the right thing to do, and maybe there might have been redemption for him too. Or maybe i softned a bit cause i accidentally shot my horse while auto-aiming for a goddamn rabbit and then went all Dalai-Lama in the west.

  • Throttle Kitty

    > Become Raider in Fallout 4 Nuka World> Preston Garvey stops talking to me> Immediately regret not becoming a raider sooner

  • SlewedBoot25934

    Number 1: doing the deal with Dimitri in Gta 4

  • Satanas Luciferi

    It might be just me but i killed Priscilla just cuz i thought, sweet a boss to kill

  • W.仁尤

    I hated Ashley. Leaving the racist Ashley behind is the only right choice.

  • Disthron

    The Fallout New Vegas one is one of those false dilemmas that really frustrate me. Because you should be able to let the people out, and then shut down the reactor. I mean, when you meet the escaped vault dwellers, what's stopping you from going back down there and shutting the reactor down, thus ending the issue with the radiation?

  • Joeon Ren

    I reallly REALLY REALLY REALLY LOVE this format. Watching you guys talk without script is really fun to watch

  • Chill4234

    where's executing kyoko in danganronpa THH?

  • WholesomeBoyo

    First time I played fallout new Vegas I murdered doc Mitchell then went straight to primm to avoid the hostile townspeople

  • VidyaAntics

    18:05 The bad ending? Arguable. The standard ending has you be a sacrificial pawn, doing exactly what the gods want. The 'bad ending' is a big middle finger to the gods, and the start of a new age (and anything is better than that dwindling age of fire that Gwyn is so desperate to hold on to).

  • EveryPixelCounts

    Letting Tali down...and watching her jump off a cliff.

  • Caitlyn Coble SFM

    Literally. Every. Choice. In Detroit Become Human. Because I swear they designed it to where EVERYTHING has a consequence! Think you did good by saving Hank instead of shooting the Deviant? Well guess what, Connor's relationship with hank STILL goes down and they argue in the next chapter.

  • Ebony Stark

    Completionist me siding with Teryn Loghain over Alistair in DA:O. They really beat you over the head with the guilt and it is worse in DA:2 when you see what happens to Alistair. Ugh.

  • Allen L

    Once, I was playing rimworld, and we were running REALLY low on food. So I did the logical thing and murdered the most useless colonist we had. The next day, my sculptor made a statue about how I killed the colonist. What burns is that we didn't even need to eat the dead colonist. A trade ship full of food arrived right before we started butchering the corpse.Also, playing the Surge, and not giving that guy his meds. Those medoxi-whatever. Just kinda forgot about it and found him dead later. Didn't expect that at all.

  • Thomas Parker

    In Mass Effect, there were a few decisions that I regretted, but not immediately. They were the Renegade choices that were too cool not to make, but then later on IN THE TALI LOYALTY MISSION I didn't have enough Paragon points to persuade the admiral guys to think tali's dad was good and it was become i headbutted the krogan and shot the pipes and tasered the other guy.

  • Trainer Cheddar

    when you kill quiet in MGSV

  • Za'chary Westbrook

    Worst video game decision I ever made was in 'Superman 64'. I chose "New Game" instead of turning off the console.

  • Fred Simpson

    Mass Effect trilogy being a renegade made me question my life. Especially when you kill Mordan

  • Thomas Parker

    Killing Kaidan is 110% the correct answer.

  • Digicraftmon the Crystal Gem

    Free them and then shut down the vault if you were ever given that chance

  • Panzer Man

    Playing through Black Ops 2, there's side missions that can be ignored but must be completed for the best ending. If you're like me, you ignored them because you didn't know their importance. If you didn't do them, then the game ends with Chloe Lynch dead (and no one to stop the Celerium virus), Menendez breaks out of prison and kills Woods, and the Second Cold War is presumably still ongoing. I'll always remember how stupid I felt for getting this ending, so I went back and did it all again to get the best one.

  • Nathan Weeks

    Wait, there were people trapped in Vault 34? I just turned off the reactor ... I didn't ... I need to go, um, check on something.

  • Chris bromley-west

    putting harrowmont on the throne in my "make fereldan the best it can be" run of Dragon Age Origins. whilst it's true that bhelen rules somewhat trynnically. and it's also true that he killed his brother and framed his other brother for it. and it's also true that if he seizes the throne he'll kill every member of harrowmont's family. with Harrowmont on the throne, all that happens is the relationship between the surface and orzamar weakens. orzamar gets even more seggregated and the caste restrictions get tighter. with bhelen you may be putting a tyrant in the throne. but it's only one generation of tyranny for many, many generations of good. like if you could kill 100 african naitives before africa was discovered by europeans in order to ensure that african slavery never happened. it's horrible at the time but the amount of potential pain and suffering that could be avoided by it (after all we're still experiencing a lot of suffering, seggregation fallout and just general racism as a direct result of old seggregation laws, as a direct result of slavery) imagine if all that was totally erased and any future harm fallout from slavery can cause too. but it came with a blood price of 100 africans. potentially infinate good, in excange for a very finite evil. and that's the exact same as putting bhelen on the throne. his rule is finite, but the laws he change and the improved relationship with the surface will have potentially infinately good consequences. and all it costs is one tyrant and an entire family tree. the ends justify the means in my opinion, and would have truely made fereldan much more united, along with making life better for the Brands.

  • Muhair Productions

    Me ratting my friend out in Persona 5 which lead to me being assassinated by a high school student and getting the bad ending

  • BelleDreamer7

    Mike, you are completely wrong. First, the correct choice between Ash and Kaidan is play Mass Effect an even number of times killing each one an equal number of times. I say this from the point of having always talked Wrex down. In my double digit number of playthroughs (no judgment please) I have never lost Wrex to Ash.

  • Dave Brohman

    The decision I regret most was in Fable 1, having to choose whether to kill Whisper or not. I normally play maximum-good but after much debate I finally decided to throw caution to the wind and off her. I then spent the rest of the game having people ask me why I did it. A little stab of guilt every time.

  • LOLguy 528

    What about the time in fallout new Vegas when you got the choice to either destroy the data in vault 22 or give it to the scientist Left me wondering which ones better

  • alex4102 alex4102

    If I remember correctly the one that makes baddies passive towards you is given as a gift for sparring little sisters so even if you have zero morals sparing the little sisters is still the correct choice

  • Grass Mask Overlord

    I love Priscilla the furry waifu.

  • Daniel Glean

    Don't you ever disrespect Alfred like that again

  • Chelsi Seewer

    This might sounds crazy, but: Animal Crossing. Whenever I build up a friendship with one of my villagers and then I get busy with real world stuff, and I come back and they’re either super upset that I’ve been gone for so long or they’ve moved away and I never got the chance to say goodbye T.T

  • PikariocrafTF 2

    Why am I suddenly unsubscribed?

  • Uruburus

    i really regret the main protagonist in night in the woods has the same surename as me...

  • Divine Potato

    this video was a lot more serious then i expected.. i like it

  • SlewedBoot25934

    Me: what a nice video i am going to watchMe around 4 minutes in the video: did i just watch through all of that talking?

  • princessofthedeadsheep

    I wanted to get the bad ending in Bioshock 2, but I regretted having to harvest the little sisters because even if you only harvest the first one, the next two little sisters are super scared of you and my heart broke the entire time because they kept talking about how they wouldn't make me angry and I'm like "I'm not angry, I'm just a completionist and I am so sorry."

  • Jeff The Ripper

    Be with your love one now, because maybe there will be no next time

  • Mark Chang

    14:29 what monster would do that?

  • Herpiderp Vlogs!

    Not grabbing that diamond in the mine before I died in lava

  • Lawrence Shammas

    I really like these confession-style videos (not that I don’t like the standard scripted videos I love them more than certain family members) but I think doing more of these would be great! But what does the opinion of an immortal time lord mean...?

  • Milo Keech

    I'm not sure if this counts, because I still stand by my decision. In Skyrim, I use a werewolf mod called Moonlight tales, and the character I'm playing as is Hircine's Chosen, a werewolf that is of equal power to the dragonborn, though not a dragonborn himself. His loyalty is with neither the imperials nor the Stormcloaks because both attack werewolves on sight. He serves a few daedra but is loyal to Hircine above all other authorities. So there's a quest called "A daedra's best friend" in which Barbas, the dog of Clavicus Vile, daedric lord of power, is on a quest to be reunited with his master. We went on the adventure together and I grew to like him a lot. Then Clavicus Vile said he'd only accept Barbas if we retrieved The Rueful Axe, a powerful axe forged to kill a worshipper of Hircine after they became a werewolf. There was no way I as Hircine's Chosen was going to let that fall into the wrong hands. Clavicus Vile forces you to make the choice wether to give up the Axe or kill Barbas with it. This axe obviously held incredible anti werewolf and daedric powers. In the hands of a mortal, incredibly dangerous to my people, who knows what it could do in the hands of the daedric lord of power. It was then that I realized he was the daedric lord of power, as well as the daedric lord of deception. It was the best bait he could've possibly given me and I fell for it. It was either kill my nice talking dog friend I went through this whole quest together with, or endanger my entire race and betray my god. Needless to say, I had to put Barbas down. Hircine is a patron to hunters, not heroes. Dog is just more prey. After killing Barbas, Clavicus Vile says "I guess Barbas should've picekd a better friend" just to rub it in.

  • Hana J

    One of the things I regretted was killing the maggots in Hollow Knight. I DIDN’T MEEEAANNN TOOO!!!!I just had dream-shield now... ;-;

  • coffeemachine Just

    My biggest regret is playing acnl for 2 days and my battery running out without me saving and losing 2 days of gODDMAN PROGRESS that was SO traumatizing

  • Quinn Bell

    I can't quite say that is was regretted, but it was certainly the most poignant. KOTOR II, a random homeless guy walks up to me and asks for some money. I'm playing a good guy Jedi, so of course I give him a hefty sum. My mentor, Kreia, asks why I did that, to which I explained that generosity is a "good" thing, and that I was helping him. As she starts explaining that blindly following this concept of "good" is hazardous, it cuts away to a scene where the guy I'd just given money is mugged and killed for it. Completely turned my 12 year old brain's conception of good and evil.

  • Justin Moore

    in swtor, the sith warrior class gets a companion by the name of Vette. shes a prisoner on korriban who is being abused and tortured by the sith jailer. due to story reasons she joins the sith warrior to help him with his trials and eventually becomes a permanent member of your party. what i regretted is you get a choice to take off her shock collar. if you dont remove it she will get shocked throughout the adventure in dialog options, and if you do, you gain influence and even be able to marry her later down the line. to say the least my first playthrough my goal was to be the biggest dick sith i could be, only to delete and remake as soon as i learned you only get one chance with the collar and that she was a perma companion.

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