As its been pointed out several times, neither game should be looked at for its gameplay. Even critics have pointed out the mechanics/gameplay are mediocre. You Should finish them both. You'll enjoy the endings
Right on, I'll watch the endings on Youtube and post my metacritic reviews thereafter.
Its not just about the ending. You need to play the games. Both endings are built up throughout the rest of the story.
TWD is hard to describe. It's more about the journey than the end. The choices you make effect the way the characters react to you and in turn you to them. Like in life, players will perceive events differently. Kenny may be a valued friend or massive douche or somewhere in between. But emotionally your experience will be unique to you.
I watched part of the endings and had my reviews exclusively printed via vice.com, sorry.
I've played about two hours of Spec Ops so far. The story has yet to really grab me, but there's still much of the game to go. Still, it's kinda sad that I've spent more time playing a game based on two franchises that I never really cared for than this one.
So, Hotline Miami is awesome, and the music is totally dope.
I started playing Mark of the Ninja this morning. Holy crap, this game is fantastic so far.