What videogame hit you right in the feels?
>tfw most people will never get the full feijoada experience
/spoiler and then you realize that river didn't get that redemption, she died sad, spending her last days trying to convey her feelings to jack and he never understood and then I cried like a bitch
Yeah I was much sadder learning she was all cut off and alone than when everything was honkey dorey at the end.
Just played Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons
Cried like a bitch when
older brother dies, and then the owl-manticore showed up with all this emotional music, tears started flowing.
It's a traditional brazilian dish.
It consists of cooked black beans with pork. (Usually the least noble of the edible parts of the pig, though. Ears, nose, etc) and it's commonly eaten with rice, farofa and couve.
Pretty much any scene with Flint hits hard as hell
>play rising storm
>expect a harder version of CoD 2
I held out until the very end
when they're all on a hill sitting happily and alive
Watched both seasons with 4 other dudes in one guy's dorm room. So many bitch tears, none of us have said a word about it outside the room.
Didn't cry, but damn that piano gave me some feels.
Mother 3 is the only game that has gotten me to feel
>the last time I cried was years ago when I watched GWLTT
Oh man, where has the time gone?
Holy mother of fuck, 5 cm per second made me cry like a little school girl. I loved the fucking movie.
Top #5 favorite movies of all time. With The Girl Who Leapt Through Time as a close 2nd
>play wc3 a lot
>make friends pretty easily in that game but more like aquantinces
>become really good friends with one guy
>always play lots of games
>he has problem making friends but has gf
>I have opposite problem
>share in our stories try to help each other
>stay buddies for probably around a couple years playing custom games almost every day
>WoW comes out
>want to get it but parents didn't believe in subscription games
>buddy gets Wow
>starts coming on less often
>after a couple weeks he just signs on and talks for a little then signs off
>after a month from launch never logs on again
Why couldn't blizzard just have made wc4
>the masked king locks himself in the room with the invincible boar enemy in order to give you time to reach the Shadowlord
>he dies fighting a fight he can't win shortly after his marriage
I think this is the song that plays when you leave him
I got a bit emotional at the end of season 1. Poor Lee, poor Clementine.
Silent Hill 2's Leave Ending almost always gets me to tear up. I cried the first time I got it in the game, teared up another solid 5 minutes.
Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days ending with Xion's death also made me tear up. I think it was the music that got me.
Not that anon, but it is a VERY realistic portrayal of a relationship that was not meant to be. It's just one of those movies that hits really close to home if you've had similar experiences and can relate to the MC.
>tfw hearing the russians and germans screaming for mercy and their mothers when dying
>That magical feeling of playing a game based off series you loved back when
>The excitement of finding it online and translated.
>That magical feeling of clearing it for the first time and knowing that 2 sequels follow
>The immense feeling of joy and immersion that you gained from playing the three games resonate as you finish the final game.
>The sadness of knowing you won’t be able to experience it again.
>The feeling when you realize there’s a second trilogy for the series.
>The face when you realize your computer is too crappy to run the PS2 emulator to play it.
>The feeling after when you get a brand new labtop and realize after a few days the games can be played.
>The joy when you see it boot properly.
>The feeling of fear when you think the second set won’t be as great as the first.
>That exhilaration when you learn that it is indeed greater.
>The feeling of nostalgia when the cast of the first game are a big part of the second series.
>The feeling of excitement as you know two greater games await
>The feeling when everything comes together neatly in a knot
>The feeling of watching the end of the series comes to a close.
>The sadness in your heart when the world of immersion now closes off after 6 games of development and storytelling.
This why I game
This is why I cry
>childhood-friend-chan dying in Saikano
Its about two kids in the 5th grade that are best friends. She moves away. They loved eachother and never got to tell eachother their feelings.
He visits her a year later and they kiss after a hella long train ride. He leaves the next morning and they promise to keep contact.
Years pass by he's in middle school. He meets a girl and she loves him. He's still set on the idea of the original bitch and hes stuck in the past.
Then it time skips to when they're 20. Original bitch is getting married to a guy. The original dude hates his life and he's still living in the past.
One day he crosses the rail road and he swears he passed by her. She looks back, he turns around and shes not there.
He smiles and walks away.
The movie hit way too close to home for me
I might have to rewatch it with one of my friends. I watched the garden of words with her last week and that was pretty good and by the same guy.
check it out. http://bakabt.me/172955-kotonoha-no-niwa-the-garden-of-words-1080p-thora.html
Was it really? Man that fucking sucks.
It's such an underrated anime. Sakuragi is Kamina tier.
I've been waiting like 4 years for all the volumes of the manga to be translated so I can get closure...
They've barely managed 11 out of 22 volumes in that time
ill check it out. Nyaa probably has it.
Have you ever heard of Kemono no Souja Erin? It had a few really sad parts. Its worth checking out I think. http://bakabt.me/151264-kemono-no-souja-erin-the-beast-player-erin-hdtv-h264-vorbis-ss.html
"Now and Then, Here and There" is a total fucking sleeper sad anime where it looks like it's going to be lighthearted but then punches you in the gut and makes you experience some serious feels by the end.
That lewd anthro-pony VN fatelogic did Went into it thinking "Oh yeah, totally gonna fuckin' watch this for the plot" I did I couldn't even bring myself to fap I finished it, and I just fucking sat there, having no idea what the fuck it just did to my mind brb, plotting a course for the Eye of Terror because as punishment for heresy
>having fun with fire emblem awakening
>getting supports with the kids, all the interaction with their parents is cute
>suddenly get cynthia's A support with her father
>too depressed to continue
It happened a few days ago and I haven't played since.
I have it. Which of these is best watched with someone else?
mfw laughing like spongebob when people claim gg
I know everyone and their mother knows what happens by this point, but Cowboy Bebop's ending made me cry myself to sleep
The music doesn't really help either
I can't carry that weight, /v/
>"Say, how many rules are there about what to shout before dying in battle?"
>"[Lots], my liege"
>"Amazing! How do you keep track of these things?"
>"Do not despair, my liege. We are with you."
That fucking scene in NG+ about him dying all alone and telling Fyra that he's coming
Bro of the year, every year.
I definitely recommend it, it hit me a lot harder than I thought it would.
And I actually
don't watch much anime. I like it and thoroughly enjoy the activity when I get into a series, I just spend most of my free time playing video games.
I'll check out Kemono, then. Got any other recommendations, while we're at it? I've been in a somber mood lately, so I'd like some feels inducing anime so I can wallow in the pain like a good edgelord.
It wasn't really so much of a crying moment, but I remember feeling some sort of feeling when I carried Zulf back to the Bastion and that remix of Build That Wall and Mother I'm Here starts playing
Watched 5cm per second with my girlfriend (who doesn't watch anime) and she really enjoyed it, especially since the visuals are really fucking beautiful. Voices of a Distant Star is TOO depressing.
In your collection, obviously Spirited Away is the best date movie since it's not depressing or anything and normalfags like it.
Get ready for immerse feels
>that 4x map where its all nightfall and silent except for the ocassional banzai and american charges
>tfw playing Axis as I counter an american charge into the silent night, and as I lay there hear this
>Ef a tale of memories/melodies (was a pretty good romance)
>Fate/Zero (really good animation+characters. Slow as shit though)
>bungaku shoujo (movie+ovas. About a girl who escapes reality with books. Its really good.)
>Great Teacher Onizuka (must watch)
All those are on bakabt,
To The Moon.
when EE dies
this was sad but didn't cry
I felt feels in clannad and AS but not really too much from the ending
I cried like a little bitch for an hour after Angel Beats
pic also related for feel animu
Is Nier good? I see it talked about a lot on here, and I watched the scenes that the tracks you posted are from, and holy shit, it was difficult to watch even without having played the game and getting to know the characters.
Is it worth playing through the game?
Ahhh yes, I remember watching now and then here and there years ago when it came on adult swim.
Holy fuck man that anime, I remember losing sleep from how sad it got me. Hamdo is a fucking asshole.
Weve watched some pretty depressing animes together. We both love it. What series should I watch next?
I'm literally crying as I post this right now.
That's exactly it
Something foul had polluted my very soul
Normally my righteous fury carries me through anything but I just felt completely fucking empty for 3-4 days after.
Story and music are fucking amazing. Gameplay is meh, think Kingdom Hearts with swords. IT does try to mix up the gameplay though. Like there's a shmup like fight, a text-based adventure, a top-down dungeon crawl, all amidst wacking enemies with your sword and having your 2 teammates do what you assign them to do.
You can probably buy it for like $10. Grab it and feel.
I fucking love it. NG+ is absolutely imperative. Like non-negotiable, you have to do it.
I have feels like this a lot too
I spent literally my entire youth playing custom games with one person, plus whoever our hangers-on were at the time
Gray_Mage, wherever you are out there, godspeed ;_;7
Thanks bro, I'll check those out.
I've read the GTO manga already, is the anime a lot different or basically the same?
How do japs manage to make some of the most memorable, inspirational fucking characters that just make you wanna go out and do shit in life.
It's a rather great experience if you go in blind. It may not have the greatest gameplay, but it makes up for many things it has missing with the story, characters and soundtrack. If you plan on playing it, beware of spoilers. Also refer to this guide for sidequests.
It may not be the best game ever, but it's probably my favorite game of the last gen.
My vote goes to 0080 as well. Six episodes long, and a great story that isn't entirely about lost love like most sad stories. It may make you rethink warfare a lot, which is a huge feat for a fantasy warfare story.
I don't know his purpose, or his reasoning, but he did not give me a choice. I had to kill him.. so why do I feel like I made a terrible mistake? ... Why did we have a teleporter from this planet in our cargo hold?
>Maybe today we'll finally hit the beach!
No you won't you sad, delusional son of a bitch
>Friend begs me to play To The Moon
>Ugh, this is gonna suck
>Game synopsis sounds stupid and cliched
>It's yet another fucking "retro" style indie game
>Fine, let's get through this shit
>Infinite Tear Works
If it's cheap and so highly recommended I see no reason not to pick it up, at worst i'll be out a few bucks.
Thanks guys, i was on the fence about getting it, but i'm totally gonna give it a try.
Earthbound was way more feels-y
>Paula asks you if you could walk her home
>That feeling of desolation and dread when you pass old places you struggled with and the places you and your friends visited only to realize that the adventure is over.
The ending without getting 108 stars of destiny.
Journey - flying up the mountain
inFamous 2 - "I have to try"
TLOU - the giraffe scene
Pic very related and yet not.
Labrys' route in P4Arena
I was crying like a little bitch near the ending
The game is very good at drawing your emotions in and making you connect with the characters though. Even if said characters are shit.
I seriously felt like a monster after
I killed that drugdealer while he begged for his children and etc
I was like "holy shit I know my son is important but isn't this too low?" It's in these things HR shine, you have to wear the character's shoes.
You have no soul if you didn't bawl the shit out of your eyes over this.
>I may have loved you once...but now you're just too damn SENILE to face the truth.
>Wake up, and face reality...
>Explorers of Sky's ending
>implying the ending isn't the most heartwarming piece in all media
>5 cm per second.
The feels hit close to home.
I feel prettg bad when I play Super Mario World just for personal reasons. I think of everything I had going for me as a kid, the beautiful potential life held for me and when I'm sitting on my couch in my underwear playing a 22 year old game on virtual console I realize I have squandered everything good in my life.
I also cry at the end of Zelda games and can't play Dark Souls because it reminds me too much of a friend I used to play it with.
I think it was after you return from the past and read the letter, you guys take a picture. Poo and Jeff go home but paula turns to you and says she's tired and asks if you could walk her home, you could say no if you wanted. Then you'd walk home, alone and your mom shows you the photo album with all the pictures you guys took on your journey as the credits roll.
More than Explorer's of Sky, I'm particularly pointing out Wigglytuffs story that takes place when he's still an Igglybuff.
Fucking bawled my eyes out in the ending. It left such a heavy message too, despite it being so simple.
Other ones include Bidoof's story and Grovyles. Fuck team charm.
Of course, the main game story itself also made me cry the first time
I seriously thought it was going to end sadly this time.
Feeling sad is good for you, you feel as if you've flushed all your demons and get really energized and inspired. Feeling sad prepares you to see the world in a more optimistic light.
I fucking slowly lost it over the course of the part near the end and then straight burst into tears for a few hours.
>Lon'qu's support with Cherche after marrying him with your unit
MC death scene, regardless of character
Beat's backstory on Rhyme
My girlfriend made me watch
Kids on the Slopeas it reminded her of me and my long time best friend. I didn't get up out of bed for a day after marathoning it, I was too upset.
It was my best friend's favorite game, he passed away sometime ago, I can't really play it casually anymore,I reserve it for the anniversary of his death and everytime I'm at Sigma, I feel like I shouldn't kill him, because if I do, if I finish this playthrough, then my friend really is gone because after all, I'm playing it in memory of him.
But he'd want me to finish it so I do, then start to cry as the text scrolls up when Sigma's base explodes.
I also cried really hard when I heard the moon theme remake for Ducktales, no idea why, I wouldn't call ducktales a childhood defining game, perhaps it just made me very nostalgic for that game as I was only 6 back in 89.
If you're talking about Steins Gate, do the VN first. It's way better than the anime. Although, the anime is good too and you should watch it if you don't like sitting through an entire VN. But trust me, the VN is really fucking good.
I watched Air, my first sad anime, I shed a single tear
I watched Clannad in the 2008 re-release, didn't even budge this time
ok, maybe a little
Some visual novels only squeeze tears from me due to my lack of blinking
but this, fucking this made me even sob a little
And it's fucking mario to boot, it's the only time I've legit cried to videogames.
Solatorobo. It's just so obvious that they WANTED to make this game.
I have a link to the OST (before it was downgraded for the DS) if anyone wants. It has flacs.
>Vidya threads turn to anime discussion
>Majority of threads have an anime pic for the OP
>Anime reaction images abundant
It's over. /a/ really has taken over
>"Get out of our town, you fascist pig!"
>"Do you really hate us that much?"
>Had a kitten die one me while I playing this game
>Forever associated the storybook theme with his death
>Can't ever go into the library anymore
Not vidya but whatever
>watch Drive for the first time last week
>get all happy seeing the driver and the blnde chick together
>Hal gets rekt
>THE FUCKING ENDING
i wasn't ready
I think i never cried this much before
We'll play together again soon, right Takato? Yeah, I promise
Alright, I found it on ffshrine (which seems to be really good for archiving niche jrpg music)
The guy who up'd it gave it a password; alexfilth
Yeah, fair enough. Disillusionment/losing faith is probably a better way of putting it than squandering anything, I've tried pretty fucking hard.
but yeah, this isn't a 4AM thread, that'll do.
Does it necessarily have to make you cry?
This place made me kind of sad but happy at the same time.
Season 3's ending. That whole season was a weird oddity of adult anime themes thrown into a children's tamagotchi anime.
Then they figured kids would be mature enough to handle serious loss and you can guess how that went
Holy shit, i saved the same comment too
Good taste, good thread.
ohh, yeah I remember the kid with the puppet who had the misfortune of
getting all creepy at the end. What happened with Henry and his digimon? Wasn't he the guy who got his companion near the end with a super strong cute one like 2 episodes before the finale?
TE Station hits pretty hard. It's got this haunting vibe to it, the bombed out shell of a once proud train station, eerie noises echoing through the corridors. You can tell from the ornate furnishings it was a once-proud building, but the war has decimated it, and now your enemies crawl through the basements and rooms, waiting to ambush you.
And as the remaining tickets drop to zero, your comrades fall around you in piles. You find yourself wandering through the ruin alone, careful to keep your steps silent. And somewhere in that station are others. They too creep through the halls. Some are living; some are dead.
>Hokuto no Ken style manly game.
>Feels in Chapter 3, 11 and 12.
>[SPOILER] RIKIYA ;_; [/SPOILER]
>That hospital part.
Mother. Fucking. Saya No Uta.
> dat story
> dat music
> dem feels
>Brink recently went on sale
>Nab it because it's a really fun game with people
>Hoping the sale brought back at least some of the community for some fun
>Play a few campaigns to level up
>3-4 people join
>Feel good about playing Multiplayer
>No Servers Found.
Really wish that game didn't get so much hate at the start. It's definitely worth 15-20 bucks.
What's even worse is..... I can't find a site that will let me buy Enemy Territories: Quake Wars
It just vanished, was it based on Gamespy or something?
I never thought of it that way.
I have a bad habit of thinking to much of the gone forever portion instead of the, I had them for a time portion.
But thank you anon, I really never thought of it like that.
Roc's NG+ scenes
All of Ending B
Especially Ending B
>the Shadowlord seeing Gestalt Yonah
Man I'm so fucking mad I sold my
360since I've been wanting to replay Nier but I can't. I hardly remember the endings but that shit was amazing.
Spoilers for those who haven't played it.
Motherfucking Beepy and Kalil holy fucking shit.
>mfw replaying that entire fight in ending B
>"Thanks for always being there for me, dad."
"Oh, here. I brought your half."
>2 nights ago, dreaming
>Suddenly I'm alone in a dark, war-torn city in the dead of night
>Not sure how I got here but I'll try to get my bearings
>As I walk through the bare concrete office building toward the blown out wall overlooking the street, I hear a loud pop
>A bright orange parachute flare illuminates my surroundings
>Dozens of ragtag looking hajis all less than 50m from me
>Look down at my body, I now have an M4, BDUs, and other tactical gear
>Behind me is are about 6 squad mates
>We all start frantically shooting the enemy as they try to swarm the building
>I can still vividly remember the battlefield smells, the eerie orange glow of the flare, and staring down my sights, ending the lives of people I'll never meet
There was a lot more to it but after that firefight it can be summed up like
>Feel my mind struggling to form complete thoughts about anything
>Walking slowly and deliberately picking up gear as my squad moves out
>I've become shell-shocked in my dreams
>Walk over a hill
>Suddenly on a beach, gear has changed
>I'm now in the Pacific Theater of WWII
>Roughly the same events occur, but a lot more of my friends die and the night air is full of screams
I'm not even in the military
It sucks. I used to be steely hearted even in the face of the saddest scenes but a certain game broke me and now every sad scene in a game or movie gets me crying bitch tears. I can't watch anything in the company of other people.
>Mostly plays 1.6 and TF2
>Has a rig that runs Arma 3
I call bullshit.
new pork city for me. Just.. all of it. Having played the shit out of earthbound for years before mother 3 made me realise just how sad and lonely pokey became. I still want to punch him in the dick though
I loved Brink, played the free weekend and I was a neet teen back then so I couldn't buy it. Loved every bit of it, the movement, the guns. I loved the difference between Faction.
I want Quake Wars because I played the Demo for that a long time ago and fell in love as well but it just faded out of my adolescent mind after Mom and Dad said No. It's pretty much Brink on a massive scale.
>Someone else besides me like this song.
People give Unleashed so much shit. IT may hav not been the best gameplay wise but I still think it's the sonic gam with the best presentation.
>Dat glorious music
>All those locales filled with care
>Dat Hedgehog Engine.
It really felt like you were traveling the world.
How 'bout this. You shut your mouth. Or I'll kick your teeth down your throat and I'll shut it for you
I've only watched a couple anime in my life but Welcome to the NHK was among the most realistic portrayals of depression I've ever seen in media, although not necessary full of ;____; sosad moments
Attack on Titan :^)
muh Petra ;__;
Mario Kart Wii. Why?
The game was pretty shit compared to other Mario Kart games.
But in high school I spent hours upon hours online with friends that I've since lost contact with. Even if I look back on that time of my life and think "oh god I'm glad that's all over", I still sometimes think about the fun I had.
Seeing the game go offline earlier this year was pretty sad. I tried to play a few races, but holy shit it was awful. I was disconnected or fucked over in nearly every match. It just made me want Mario Kart 8 more and more. But... there was something about looking back on all of my friend codes, all of the Miis, all of the memories I had setting up races with those people. I can't even view that stuff anymore. It kinda got to me knowing that I'll never be able to even view that data ever again for any of the Wifi games. I was a little idiot shithead back then, but I'll never forget all of the fun I had.
I can't be the only one when it comes to the Nintendo Wifi games.
Watamote basically has a female Satou in the form of Tomoko, though it's more comedic in Watamote. But her situation is just as sad. She's a suicide waiting to happen.
Solatorobo: Red the Hunter
The part where Elh must perform the Rite of Forfeit even though
it'll kill Red, one of her friends who's been taking care of her and treating her well up to that point. Red nearly dyinglater on was sad as fuck too, and finally things like the reveal for what happened with Merveille and the seven children was just...This game hit hard a lot.
In a world where "just keep going north without telling anybody, marry bonnie, and settle down somewhere hundreds of miles away in the forest" is an option, why didn't he choose it
>Be reading feels threads
>Listening to this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaQrO55xmBs
>I'm beyond crying at this point
>Expecting just your average anime style beat em up romp.
>That's what I got until Capcom jewed me out of 4 dollars.
>Mfw that true ending.
>He was just a father who wanted to protect his family.
>All he wanted was for the cycle to end so his daughter could be happy.
>mfw he gave everything for that.
No more crying...
>hiding in bombed out hut as russian defending
>somewhere around me a russian gets shot
>AUGHHHHHHHHHHH AUGHHHHHHHHHH AHHHHHHHHHHH
>tfw cant do anything for him, have to stay in cover and hear him screaming
theres just no picture i can use to describe this feeling well enough
The following video games have made me cry:
Ending of Ocarina of Time
Ending of Skies of Arcadia
Ending of Paper Mario (Don't ask me to explain this, I can't.)
Ending of Metal Gear Solid 3
Ending of Yakuza 3
Ending of Red Dead Redemption
Ending of Bioshock: Minerva's Den
Ending of Journey
Ending of Bioshock Infinite
Ending of The Last of Us
That's all I can remember.
Speaking of Fire Emblem, Awakening did have a lot of feelsy moments. My favorite was from a slightly different place though.
>Played FE7 as my first FE game after learning about it from Smash
>Really liked Lyn, like before I even knew what a waifu was
>Get into the series and play every game since
>Play Awakening and buy some of the DLC
>Play Lyn's chapter to recruit her
>pic related happens
Honestly I wasn't expecting it since all of the other Einherjar don't act like they're familiar with you at all. The combination of nostalgia and happiness that she actually remembered me after 10 years really got to me.
I can understand all of those except for Paper Mario.
The fuck, anon?
Chopper's death in AC5.
Some moments in Drakengard 3.
Caim and Red's death in Drakengard 2.
even if the ending was obvious it stil had me on the ground sobbing
Awakening is the first and only FE I've played but I was looking forward to going through some of the others when I finally finish it.
If I can get over the Cynthia thing ;_;
I've seriously never cared more about characters in any form of media than I have the ones in Awakening. Realizing how the time travel shit worked was a huge punch in the gut. I've never had to take a break from a game just from being saddened by it, and I've played a lot of sad games.
Fuck you /v/ SJW mods.
Chrono Trigger. Once its all over there's this hard to describe feeling that's both joyous and melancholy at the same time.
Like this dull ache that you wouldn't trade for the world.
>go to rush to the objective but suddenly enemy tank appears
>dive off to the side into one of the impact craters for cover
>enemy reinforcements come in
>bullets wizzing over my head
>enemy tank about 30 yards away still hasnt seen me somehow
>suddenly friendly tank rolls in
>not quite close enough to get behind without getting slaughtered by gunfire
>tanks start dueling
>tanks duel it out for a while as more gunfire keep flying overhead
>suddenly artillery starts raining down
>one round hits the enemy tank squarely and blows it to hell
>shrapnel chunk bigger than my head lands about a foot away from my face
finally after 8 entire minutes in the hole I managed to find an opening to get out of there without dying
The game is
Rimanah psychically punishing himself for killing his wife, and the player character represents himself at the time. The only way for him to escape is for the player to stop playing the game, which is the purpose of the last map. Part of Rimanah trying to move on, and psychically seal Rimanah's guilt away. It's heavily implied that the seal fails to stop Rimanah from doing cycles is because he's too powerful after killing his mentor, and becoming a cybernecromacer.
I keep reliving the events that led up to me losing my best friend. I keep thinking about it, obsessing, like I could make it right, or there's some sort of fatal mistake I made I can avoid in a future I keep telling myself I care about without him, but the truth is that this choice is going to haunt me until I'm dead. The pain will go away when I stop obsessing over it, and that might never happen because I loved him. I see myself in Rimanah, and I hate myself.
>MGS2 when EE dies
I couldnt take that seriously the first time I went through that because otacons backstory was so fucking outrageous that it had to be some sort of wet dream of his that he feels guilty about, especially given how fucking nerdy and socially awkward he is with women (see MGS1 and 4)
>My sister almost died because i was busy fucking my step mom. Also my dad killed himself because of that.
Have a feel good sad.
>team keeps getting harrased by enemy tank
>decide to go with fellow anti-tanker as rifleman to take it out
>motherfucker gets shot right next to me as we're approaching it from the side
>grab anti-tank grenade
>peek and see that the tank also has a few russians guarding it
>successfully shoot and kill 2, the other one left somewhere/hiding
>run up to the tank from behind while it was busy shelling our building
>throw the anti tank grenade while heiling hitler because mein fuhrer kawaii as fuck
>tank fucking explodes into a shower of shrapnel
>immediately start getting shot at
>run back to objective zone relatively safe and sound
RO2 can have such great moments while being a PTSD simulator.
Majora's Mask. It could be because I was depressed that summer, but the concept is still depressing.
I mean, your taken from your world to help another world being saved from destruction. But this game takes it a step extra and puts the way people would act. Not only that, but you're given options to choose who you want to save, but people will still be hurt. The old woman would still be robbed, the monkey would still d suffer torture and death. The Zora guitarist won't be avenged. Etc. There is more to the game than that. I recommend it.
I almost don't mind the dumb epilogue mainly because the credits gag right before it started was fucking fantastic.
MGS4 was just a clusterfuck in general but for that final boss battle it all came together, even if only for about five minutes.
A friend introduced me to VNs with this
Good fucking god man, I had to go lie down and sleep in the most tears I've had in a while. I've never wanted to protect a smile that bad.
>I had a dream of my wife. She was dead. But it was alright.
Holy shit this.
Even the good ending was so fucking unsettling. I was shook for a few good days after beating it.
That vn fucking wrenched me man. I grew to despise and hate protag meanwhilst trying to convince myself maybe everything can work out. Then when you played as his best friend was when everything super fucking sunk in. The girls, the hero-ing at the end. Fuck man.I can't bring myself to do saya accomplice ending.
This one too is really fucking good at that too i'd highly recommend it to anyone who enjoyed saya.
A lot of music for the menus of consoles I grew up playing get to me. The Wii menu music will probably end up being the same, considering how apps like the picture, news, and weather apps all seemed amazing back then on a console, are all dead and useless now.
Special mention, the music to the Wifi menu in Mario Kart DS. It was the first console game I played online. I still remember some of the people I ran into online, and their emblems.
Fuck protag for real.
complete fucking selfish asshole
every uro protag ever holy shit. Fuck madoka, fuck akane, fuck saya.
I was a borderline shut-in NEET for a couple of years and NHK made me realize how much escapism I dwelled upon to survive and cope with not having a part. It was fucking tear-wrenching, especially the end of episode 22.
Shit's fucking nuts.
>Either it was actually Chrono and it's a happy and comfy as fuck ending or Rosette was dying and had a vision
At least Satella and Fiore were fine in the end
>My grandma is dying from Stage IV soft-tissue cancer
>Mfw reading this
Not anime or videogames but the ending of Strongest Man Kurosawa made me shed many manly tears
Who am I kidding, I cried like a little bitch
>Marathon all of Gunbuster and Diebuster
>mfw the end of Diebuster
That was some good shit
There were lots of sad cases in the Ace Attorney series, but "Bridge to the Turnabout" of the third game was the most heartwrenching, IMO
when they showed that particular picture in the end(pic related), I almost cried, but I'm not really sure why
Too bad a lot of the earlier episodes were incredibly cheesy. Although it makes sense considering its influences. I wish they delved into its themes more directly than just making it an archetypal plotpoint with the characters.
>meet a girl in game, add on steam
>play a bunch of games together
>from the talks we've had she seems like a good person
>ask her a personal question one day, i don't remember what it was
>doesn't give a real reply, ask why
>says she won't ever answer those type of question to anyone
>b-but aren't we friends? we might one day trust each other with everything
>actually, she's never had a friend in her entire life
>she doesn't trust anyone
>she's fine with staying just gaming buddies forever, with no real talk involved at any point in time
>doesn't even consider me a friend, or anybody for that matter
>one day tell her it's best if we say goodbye, because knowing she doesn't want to be real friends is too fucking painful
>never know if I made the right call
fucking schizoids man
>Assassin's Creed IV when Edward looks at the table
>Red Dead Redemption
>Bioshock Infinite and Burial at Sea
>Fable 2, it left a funny feeling in me with the end game choice, it's really the only game with a black and white morality system that made the choices of being a hero difficult
>Brothers especially when I was watching my youngest brother trying to play it.
>mfw still playing through Human Revolution
I should've expected this.
I was a NEET for nearly two years a couple of years ago, but after I watched NHK I realised I needed to get out and do something.
Now I work in a fucking warehouse, thanks NHK.
I never knew the level of my willpower upon trying to save mai waifu in that scene at the game's hardest difficulty + I had no bullets left. I was meleeing fuckers and throwing grenades like I was fighting Satan for the fate of the universe.
Just watched NHK and plan on getting out of this as well now.
It made me realise so many things about myself. I somehow managed to become a hiki without actually being one, and I'm not sure how it happened.
Oops, forgot to add The Force Unleashed, it's too bad they fucked up the sequel and scrapped the series.
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of the Sky's last special episode's ending fucking hit me hard.
Dusknoir asking if he shone in his final moment before drifting offThen they just say everything is alright and my tears felt wasted.
Honestly I don't watch anime but the first three things I can say that I got teary to were Iron Giant, Wreck-It Ralph (twice actually), and this.
I didn't expect to get all choked up over a Dynasty Warriors game, but I did.
It's late as fuck and I can only remember a few things from the top of my head.
It was a wonderful world to escape into as a kid but every game has to end sometime. Playing it a second time many years later felt like some kind of closure, but it left a bitter taste in my mouth after I was done. It lasted weeks.
I can't even describe this one. Can you really call it tragic when Wander makes it out alive in the end while also saving his waifu's life? Sure, they're trapped there forever and they'll most likely never love each other like he presumably intended, but...
Astraea's plight was pretty fucking sad, but it took time to sink in. Her intervention, while incredibly selfless and well-intentioned, somehow managed to make matters worse as the inhabitants of the swamp started to attack outsiders and offer their pillaged souls to "the woman who showed compassion".
Dark Souls is a tragic game all around, but losing Siegmeyer to one of those alienheadmouth things hit me harder than anything else. I don't really know why.
>Feel, he's my favourite character
>Go to beat up Seath
>Kill a gold golem
>An onion girl pops out
>'Have you seen my father?'
This. Wasn't really prepared for a line like that and it hit me so fucking hard.
That scene with
Agro right before the final boss.
Oh. Well, that sucked. He didn't die but he'll be useless for the rest of his life.