>that scene in a game that hit too close to home
When is the last time a game made you really feel something?
I don't feel anything anymore.
I just want to sleep and never wake up.
I'd have to say Dragon's Dogma's ending.
I'm sorry Mercedes, I can't come home again.
In warband i rescued a peasant woman and got her all the way up to sword sista. I had her pretty much since the start of the game.
...Then she got killed by a rhodok sharpshooter.
You better believe I toasted the shit out of that faction after that.
Chronically ill myself and met many other sick teens in hospital.
>your gf will move away and there's nothing you can do about it
>or is there
ouch. my feelers.
Not vidya but as a Hikikomori welcome to the NHK Hit me like a truck.
Specially the Novel.. but even worse is the fucking afterword:
As a sharp-eyed man, I thought I'd jump on the tide of the times and
earn a ton of money. I'll write a story about hikikomori and become
famous! I'll become a best-selling author with my hikikomori story! I'll
go to Hawaii using the royalties! I'll go to Waikiki!
My dreams stretched out endlessly. However, once I actually started
trying to write the story, I soon regretted it. It was painful.
What happens when a real hikikomori writes a hikikomori story?
Inevitably, you start having to use your own experiences in your
creation. You start having to write about yourself.
Of course, stories are fiction, and no matter how much one of the
characters I used looks like me, he is himself, and I am myself. Even if we
speak the same way and live in the same apartment, we are still
unconnected. We inhabit separate worlds.
Regardless, it was still painful. It was embarrassing. I felt as though I were taking my own shame and revealing it to the whole world.
In the end, I got caught up in paranoid fantasies.
What if everyone is secretly laughing at me while I write this kind of
story? I really thought this.
In truth, I still can't read this story objectively.
Each time I reread it, I start to have light hallucinations. I break into
a cold sweat.
Each time I approach one of a few specific places in the plot, I start
wanting to throw the computer out the window.
At other particular points, I start wanting to run away from home to
live deep in secrecy in the mountains of India.
That was probably because the themes addressed in this story are
not things of the past for me but currently active problems.
I can't look at it from afar, thinking, "How young I was then."
This is all a real problem.
For the time being, I went ahead and wrote the whole thing. I
decided to write everything I could. And what came out of it was this
Reading back over it, my face turning red. . . well, how is it, really?
When I read it on days when I'm in a good mood, I think. Amazing!
I'm a genius!
And on days when I'm depressed, I think, I suck to have written
something like this! Die right now!
Even so, I think that what is probably true about it is simply: I wrote
everything I could possibly write.
Well then, hello, everyone. My name is Tatsuhiko Takimoto. This
is my Afterword, for my second book.
I owe a lot to many people this time around, too. Everyone who had
something to do with this book and everyone who is reading it, thank
you so very much.
I still will do my best after this. I will get pumped up and try hard.
But.. it get's worse in the second afterword:
Several years have passed since I wrote, "I still will do my best after this."
I have not done my best. Proof of that is in the fact that I haven't written
a single new story. I've been reduced to a NEET,41 living as a parasite on
the royalties from this book.
This may be the result of trauma or something like that. Because of
it, I developed a strange disease in my brain. Because of this disease,
which causes everything to remind me of the trauma, it makes my brain
cry out. It makes my brain cry out each time I try to write a story. My
brain always is crying out—and because of that, I have become unable to
write stories at all. Because of the terrible fear that I faced when I wrote
this book, I no longer want to write stories and have become completely
unable to write any. Oh, what a terrible tragedy! For a young and
talented (at least, he thinks so) writer to have become incapacitated
because he wrote this book!
You must read this now. A rare, dark mystique is hidden in this
book, which holds the cursed origins I have explained above. It seems that a comedy manga writer long ago went crazy and often would
disappear, but there was likely a ghastly force contained within the work
that destroyed him, mentally. Because there must be some similar force
within this book, it is a book that I confidently can recommend to
anyone. It can even help with home and office communication. This
book is optimal as a graft onto discussions like, "Hey, do you know the
N.H.K.?" and then, someone will say, "The Nihon Hikikomori Kyokai,
right? It's really funny. But it made me cry a little, too."
It's embarrassing to mention something that's selling so well, but no
one knows minor works. One could say that a book around this level is
indeed the masterpiece that truly could help everyone's communication.
There are jokes about all sorts of current events included, and it's
extremely useful for helping young people think about the present times.
It could even be said that if you read this book, you'll be able to
understand the feelings of young people who live in our society today.
Older people will be surprised, thinking, "Oh, really? Young people
nowadays are like this?!" And those of the same age as the characters in
the book will sympathize, thinking, "I understand! I understand! This
sort of thing happens all the time!" and can enjoy reading it. At least, I
think this book has as much value as its price. I promise that it would
take first place in a ranking of "books that you won't lose anything by
I feel not even the slightest pang of guilt over giving you the above
sales pitch. That's the honest-to-God truth, although these are days
when I can't hold onto any sort of conviction that God actually exists.
Let's get back on track. It's already spring. It's already warmed up.
Birds come to the tree outside my window. In light of that natural cycle,
a deep belief that one day, all my daily troubles will be solved boils up
inside my chest.
Identity. . . Love. . . Existence. . . Space. . . God. . . The time must
come, someday, when we will be granted a final answer regarding these
great mysteries. With that warm feeling buried in my heart, I keep
living. Hoping that this feeling of gratitude will reach all of you who are
reading this work, I now close my laptop.
Believe it or not, Hotline Miami's phone calls.
Schizophrenic. Believing I am receiving calls telling me to kill people sounds... not so absurd, to me.
>be Hero of Kvatch
>Murder some guy in the Imperial City for his infinite gold.
>Go to sleep.
>Get some weird guy named Lucien Lachance to wake me up.
>Looks pretty creepy, coming up to me in black robes and his edgy voice.
>Gives me a quest to go murder some inn keeper in his sleep.
>Get welcomed into the Dark Brotherhood by a fucking lizard lady.
>Get asked to do all sorts of weird hits and contracts, making sick cash and fulfilling their fetishes.
>One day, Lucien comes up to me
>Tells me there's a spy in the Brotherhood and that I gotta kill all my new acquaintances.
>Slowly feed them all death apples like something out of a Disney story
>Lucien gives me sick loot, a vampire horse, and a promotion.
>Still not told if it fixed anything
>Instead told to go get new contracts from a fucking hill.
>Kill people and take orders from pieces of paper.
>All the character interaction is now gone.
I'm not gonna lie, I got chills when
that missile launched from the sub in MW2
The ending of Ghost Trick.
just so nice to see them happy again.
That music made me so sad for some reason. When I killed him and listened to the last strokes of the crescendo I could barely keep my eyes open from the tears.
Also in the same game, with the last encounter with Lucatiel, when she asks you to remember her name. I sat down in the bonfire next to her, saw the fog pile up in my screen and she was gone.
For the absolute lack of a good story, the Souls game have surprisingly powerful moments.
Damn, he's already 50. Can't believe he became a hikikomori before the internet had much of a presence. I was thinking the same thing when I saw this thread as well. Video games just really don't have that kind of impact on me.
The ending of Bastion
Entering Mexico for the first time in RDR
The first time you get into Acre, and then Venice, from AC1 and 2
The ending of AC4 as well, when you're on the ship with your daughter, but really everything about that game is just fucking wonderful.
The Ladder in MGS3
For me it's any time in persona games when a character talks about how running away from problems isn't ever going to work does it for me
>One day, Lucien finally talks to me directly instead of being my pen pal.
>Tells me we the spy isn't dead still
>We fucked up.
>Killed all those casual members for no fucking reason.
>Tells me that he has info on the spy and that we can finally do some justice
>Told to go to Anvil and wait at a barrel.
>Get there. T/Back button = 12 hours.
>Some faggot looking wood elf comes up, placing papers in it.
>Interrogate the shit out of him like a badass.
>The pussy tells me that there's some guy in the lighthouse basement being all creepy.
>He delivers these notes for him anyways.
>Go to Anvil Lighthouse, interrogate some guy for a key, and find this spy's diary.
>Finally, the evidence to rek this faget.
>Go back to Lucien
>All the other Black Hand members are having some sort of ritual in front of a corpse.
>They hung it upside down, drained its blood, lit on fire, some sick shit like that.
>Tell me it's Lucien and he was the spy
>mfw this journal says diff
It's amazing isn't it?
And the whole Hikikomori thing. you know you have to do something and you tell yourself you're going to do it but day after day goes by and in the end you still sit there and it's not because you don't want it to change it's because you can't. It's like an invisble barrier. The feeling that the whole world is pushing against you.
After reading that novel and the afterword where he said he's gonna get it together I felt a surge of happiness for him. But then.. "7 years later and I couldn't change anything" I think that was more devestating than anything I've read in the book itself
jesus christ dude. Schizophrenia runs in my family
literally 1 in 8 or thereabout, and I've been chronically paranoid since I was a kid. I'm getting to that age where symptoms start to appear, I'm so scared.
>the end of Golden Sun2
>Fight a big dragon
>turns out it was your parents
>accidentally killed your parents
Yeah, but if he's getting by off just the royalties of the book, I don't really see why he feels like a parasite. At least he's not leeching off his parents anymore. Honestly, I wouldn't mind living the way he did. Working 40+ hours every week sucks ass. Didn't help that I started off as a NEET for 5 or 6 years.
>can't remember the last time I had a good cry
>last thing that made me shed a tear was three years ago https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=seolYuhGVvY
>re-watching it doesnt make me cry
I should really get myself checked for Anhedonia, I hit 6-7 of the symptoms last I checked.
Specc ops hit's you in the feels but unless any of us here is a
hallucinating soldier killing helping soldiers in a mad fever of doing the right thingit's not gonna "hit close to home"
>You made me happy.
Every fucking time.
Fear of getting schizophrenia is known to be a risk factor in getting schizophrenia. It is a pretty existential disease.
It runs in my family as well. I promised myself when I was young that I wouldn't turn out like my father.
You will be fine. Develop a system of reality checking yourself, and do it without bias or thinking about it. It is just how things are, and a healthy thing for anyone to do.
Hollywood storywriters tend to not make stories that hit close to home for a majority of people, because they are nowhere near a majority of people and live vastly different lives.
Might be sorta simple, but this scene early on got me totally involved in the game. I felt so bad for Lucas and his brother.
Well he's an author and he made it a goal to stop this lifestyle. He's upset that he didn't manage to write more like he planned. He's just leeching off his one big hit and it's sad.
I've heard it's pretty great, I've only recently got back into anime the last two years.
Pseudo-normalfaggotry is suffering though. Rather than just observing the vapidity, you have to plunge yourself into it, and all these fags thinking I enjoy their company have no clue.
I'm going to stop blogging though, for this thread's sake.
>his parents never turned into a dragon and he didn't kill them
do you live in poland or something?
well yeah in the end but ressurrection is something that obviously only works in fiction.
At least you shed a tear to something that it's worth it
Yume Nikki did it for me.
I played it while I was a NEET a few year back, and I spent two nights playing it all the way through. I finished while the sun was coming up, and decided to take a long walk. It hit me pretty hard.
I am bad at being comforting. My apologies.
>End of The Darkness
>A calm scene with Jackie laying on Jenny's lap
>You only have such little precious time with her
>Jackie admitting his cause for her death
>the piano plays
>All you see a scene of them in a park bench in the warm sunlight while the music goes on with the camera pulling away
Ignore The Darkness 2 and this ending hits hard.
You don't see people dying with regrets and unfulfilled dreams too often in games.
I don't mind anon. I'm not an easy person to comfort.
I've been depressed for years, since my mom one day out of the blue decided to start drinking a lot and cheating on my dad. He's never really been the same. It's hard because it's like one day my parents stopped being parents and started being bitter and incredibly flawed people.and on top of all that I've got to worry about the fact that it's incredibly likely that sometime in the next four years or so something else is going to set up shop in my brain and just be there until I die.
sorry for blogging.
When Ethan cut his finger off in Heavy Rain. The game was absolute shit, but that scene shook me up big time. I lost my thumb when I was 10, but dismemberment never bothered me, except for that scene in Heavy Rain
>brother killed himself a few years ago (self inflicted gunshot wound)
>depressed as shit, obviously
>come to /v/ asking for a recommendation on what to play to take my mind off shit
>some Anon suggests Persona 3
>know nothing about the game
>other Anons agree
>go out and buy it
Fuck you /v/, I'll never forgive you for that shit.
>play Kingdom Hearts II for the first time in years
>get through the Roxas part, find Sora in his egg thing
>"Looks like my summer vacation is...over."
>tfw I've grown up and everything he's actually feeling hits me for the first time
When you're 9 you don't really understand those nuances.
>The darkness 2 is an improvement over the first in everyway.
really? really? its a fucking downgrade in every way. went from open levels to corridor shooter with shitty story, shitty v.a, shitty graphics shitty everything. the first is better in every fucking way.
It's a solid sequel for gameplay but atmosphere took a hit for moving to what the comics would do. I still dick around the co-op mode but it doesn't have a certain emotional punch and details like the original.
For instance you can watch entire movies, tv episodes, and music videos on the tv sets in game. And functioning mirrors which add a nice touch since you can see Jackie in full Darkness mode.
When I found "The truth" in AC2
Or the microwave hall from MGS4
Rinfrom KW ;_;
Even though a doctor won't tell you it is the case, a full recovery from schizophrenia is possible. It works as a neurological susceptibility, which is usually triggered by extreme stress.
However, people make full recoveries back to not needing medication, especially in milder cases. I can feel happiness and contentment on my own now, from doing things I enjoy, a year after I was diagnosed. You're forever eccentric, but not completely nonfunctional.
Just don't be so afraid.
This ending hit me like a ton of bricks
> moved from my hometown afew years ago
>didn't want to leave my friends since elementary, but had no choice
> get to this part, the emotions come pouring in
Probably Fable 2 after your Dog dies.
It wasn't about the dying pet as much as it was losing a faithful companion permanently and having to go about heroic quests with nobody else to enjoy it with.
This is gonna sound a little dumb and maybe even a little edgy, but the last mission in Deus Ex Human Revolution where
all the augmented people went crazy and thought everyone was out to kill them.Sometimes I have these, I guess you could call them panic attacks, where I think all my friends and family hate me and are trying to find ways to get me out of their lives, and I also feel trapped, both literally as in I can't leave where ever I am at the time, and figuratively as in I have no control over my life. I don't actually think there's a name for it, just some bizarre sort of paranoia I guess.
The open levels were shit, outside moving to the mission areas they served no purpose. Graphics were crap for the time, the second vastly improved them even with the shitty style. Va was better in the second. The story for the first loosely followed the comics while the story for the second was written by one of the comic writers and fits in pretty well with the comics canon.
I was 12, my grandfather (basically my father) passed away the day after my birthday.
borrowed this from a friend. Got to the end and i felt a really profound connection to it for some reason. still not sure how to describe it. Just the thought that everything was a dream, everyone in the village and that girl. It was obvious to me that it was dream (the awaking part in the title and waking up the dream fish).
But when it was finally over, i couldn't help but feel.
>Link sailing away
>Grandma is outside her house, just watching
>Link starts waving at her
I moved to America when I was about 10. With the uncertainty of ever seeing me again, my grandma and I shared a similar farewell. I've played through WW at least ten times, and I always, always tear up when I watch that cutscene. I love you grandma
Dod they literally give the edgiest sonic character a GUN at some point?
My first play through of Mass Effect 3, didn't have multilayer and didn't realize it would affect the ending. Watching Harbinger kill Garrus and Tali broke my heart
Whenever a misunderstanding never gets to be cleared up. Like how Dante never told Lady that he wasn't the one who kipled Arkham, she ends up killing Arkham for real, but I get thenfeelingnshe never learns it was Vergil, since Dante probably would probably never want to talk about him. This also made rrading Love Hina an excercise in headache control
Doesn't hit too close to home, but feels were had with the slow realisation that
you were wrong since the beginning
Shadow The Hedgehog is a game featuring Shadow The Hedgehog using guns as he works with a human organization called GUN or a evil alien who wants to kill everyone because he is a evil alien.
Silent Hill 2 jerked a couple of tears out of me, when I played it.
James, you wonderful, horrible bastard.
Reminds me of my biggest irrational fear.
Walking up to find that everyone in the world has forgotten you, imagine walking out of your room and everyone else in the house thinking you are a stranger.
>dat grovyle sacrifice
>Fear of getting schizophrenia is known to be a risk factor in getting schizophrenia
Flint's utter breakdown made me realize I didn't know what I was getting myself into
I think that was the point, Alec (and pretty much everyone else) was an unempathetic asshole about it, it really did feel like the people you played as were outcasts, and not in an in-your-face kind of way
damn I love mother 3's writing
I was breathing heavily during the entire 3 first chapters, now I'm stuck at chapter 4 so can't make a full verdict yet but yes it's good, original and engaging, and the soundtrack is neat.
>Be a social outcast in RL
>Play a Khajiit
>Fucking everyone in Cyrodil hates me
>Even other Khajiit call me a filthy house cat
>Friend in RL tells me to do the DB quest because it's "the best questline in the whole series"
>Go kill some schooma addicts
>Luscious Lucifer creeps on me in my sleep
>Tells me the things, sends me to the creepy door
>Meet all these kinda creepy murder-enthusiasts
>They seem crazy at first but they're always happy to see me
>For the first time feel like I really have friends
>"Oh hey man I need you to kill all the people in the world that ever loved you because one of them MIGHT be trying to do some bad stuff"
>Quit playing for a week because I can't do it
>RL friend convinces me it will be worth it
>Cry as I kill every one of my friends
>Swear to kill Lucian as soon as I've finished the questline
>mfw they were all killed in vain
>mfw my revenge was stolen from me by the Black Hand
>Guy says he killed my family
>Fuck that sucks, but greater good bla bla bla
>Fuck the world, im reviving my bro
Some parts of Wonderful 101? it's all about how people deal with loss and a lot of the different emotional outbursts people had in it reminded me of people i knew after someone significant died. People angry, sad, scared, protective, and people who helped others througj it
>The switch has been set to OFF.
>My fucking face when
I love it when titles don't make sense till the very end.
When a character is dying or has to kill someone while telling them it will be okay, and tells them about what they'll do later. Fucking Drawn to Life man, those games are murder in the soul
>mfw I played an extra 4 hours of the game just to get that silly little 3 second long cutscene
>mfw Mortis will never make another game
>mfw even if he doesn't it probably won't be translated for years
I don't want to die when I get the feeling, I just want to start my life over. I'm actually a pretty happy person and I have an over all good life, but when I'm panicking all i can think about is all the reasons people would have to hate me, or start telling myself I'm not worthy of anyone's love. It just makes me want to change everything. Or to apologize to everyone for being as awful as I am (as in how I think of myself at the time). Ironically it's cost me several friendships in which I couldn't contain myself and started crying and apologizing to people, thus making them think I was insane.
Finding Jackie's dead hung-up body in Sleeping Dogs. Jackie was my nigga yo.
Red Orchestra 2 with the soldiers screaming and crying and going "I'll never take these images out of mind!".
My uncle has PTSD from a war and saw some pretty nasty stuff, and RO2 reminds me of how broken he is inside.
The last moment I had that really hit home was this scene in TLoU.
For the first time in a long time I stopped and just relaxed. Truly relaxed. It was magical.
Then this starts playing:
>the last thing that made you tear up was the Japanese DBZ intro
There must be something wrong with me.
It's not even something that I can say i've experienced second hand. I've never seen anyone die. The only thing I have in common with this scene is that I play Violin, which isn't a piano, but still... I think they just built it up right. Either way, it left me bawling for the first time in years.
And he only wanted to get out of that life.
i've been waiting for months to see a single post about OFF on /v/ and here you all are
>Drawn to Life 2
>the mom singing a lullaby to calm her child while she dies
Most of GTA V was like this for me. All the way down to the whole "trying to make it big in show business" subplot with Michael. The city alone was frighteningly accurate, which is something I was not used to at all in a game.
>watching Snake suffer more and more as the game goes on due to his accelerated aging
Man killing that dude made me so sad.
He finally accepts you as a fellow member and wants to treat you as family right as you're fucking REQUIRED to kill him.
I closed my eyes when he ate the apple
this right here, lucien was my best friend, right after he died and I righted what I could I had to on a pilgramage to cleanse my soul. oblivion is great
The end of Halo:Reach in which you are told to "survive",
When i was a teen and at the end of OoT Navi leaves link.
When that person
diesin Valkyria chronicles.
>tfw I have young niece that calls me big bro since she has no siblings and I have to watch her a lot
My Dad is a writer, and he's met some big names already. Lunch and stuff like that. He's currently writing an adaption of a novel. We don't actually live in LA, but we might as well, since we drive there so often.
Michael eerily reminds me of him, him and one of my high school teachers, but fused together.
Don't get too excited,
half of the reason I'm into it is Dedan/Enoch.
Of course, the entire story is interesting as fuck, and theorizing about it is cool, and the fanart is all awesome and stylistic. I just can't help myself. Sorry anon, I'm part of the problem.
It's such a happy and triumphant song. The things that make me feel happy are usually the things that get me closer to crying.
But like I said, there is likely something wrong with me, so that could just be the reason.
>The end of Halo:Reach in which you are told to "survive"
How is it even possible to get feels from that?
None of the characters in that game had any depth or characterization at all, and the MC is a fucking mute.
>That scene in Wind Waker when Link is waving his grandmother goodbye as the ship departs from Outset Island
Shit man. That hit me hard. I was raised by my grandparents who always encouraged me to be a good student and head off to college someday. Got accepted into a prestigious college one day, and I knew it was time for me to leave. I remember when my friend came to drive me to the airport, I couldn't take my eyes off of grandma and grandpa who were just watching me through the upstairs window. Man, they looked so sad, but I could see a smile on their faces.
Poor grandpa died of a heartattack while I was in my 2nd year, but I'll never forget that fucker and his rooster obsession. I stay at home now taking care of grandma.
>Promised me he'd stop playing tricks on me
>Said we'd play a happy game
Because i liked the whole hopeless of the situation, the whole game you are told to stop the alien invasion and at the end you fail anyways, it's not about the character but about the situation he's in. I'm a big sucker for that kind of stuff.
>that part where kat died
I'll give Bungie credit for trying to make a main character's death seem sudden, but it happened so fast, I ended up just letting out a confused laugh. Maybe if the characters had had some character, I would have felt more when they died. And what happened to Jun? he seemed to just fuck off right at the ending.
Last time I played Morenatsu. The only game that has ever made me feel anything. Jesus, it made me so sad.
He probably would've laughed at that.
I think you fucks are forgetting the worst part
I hate to admit it but yeah the ending of reach was pretty goddamn powerful. they did a lot of fanservice to people who read the halo novels throughout the game too, which I enjoyed. but that ending, when your visor cracks, and you realize that you can't survive, you are meant to die... probably best cinematic moment in a halo game
I was just about to post Dog and God
Thanks I guess.
I actually gave a shit about Tidus and Yuna. It's been so long since I actually cared about a protagonist in a game. They didn't even get to share the warmth of each others embrace before he had to go mang. It wasn't fair.
He started being nice to you because he somehow found out about the plans, he hoped getting on your good side would win him some mercy. He was wrong.
I remember him being really weasely about his offer of friendship too, it was obvious he was trying to save his own hide.
>has a friend irl
>bloobloo im such a social outcast :(
First, the sequel never came.
Then, I wish It never came out at all.
Just finished Nier. Every other scene, pretty much.
It made me sad because some of the bad endings, especially this one's, hit way too close to home. One of his bad endings is literally what happened to me once.
Nope, buddy of mine flys those drones. I know he got some. Never will know if we got them for sure. The guy killed was shot by a sniper and left bleeding in the open. He was also carrying the man pack radio. So much swearing and crying as he knew his time was up and didn't give two fucks.
Damn dude, we're like brothers or something.
that's what really drew me into the souls series as well, though I'd like to look for more games with a depressing, hopless atmosphere.
>tfw Hanako would understand your social anxiety
>Driving to the last part of the mission in Sleeping Dogs when it starts to play..
>Stateless - Miles to Go (Instrumental Version)
>Bombing it on the highway.
>Starts to play clips from conversations before leading up to this point
>"No matter what happens, Jackie, I'll always come back for you"
>You're my best friend, man. That means more than a boss to me, you know?"
Persona 4 did, sort of.
I played it in the first year of my university, and the ending just reminded me of moving away from my friends to go to school. I had lived in the same town my whole life and wasn't really that great at going out and meeting new friends, so the ending just made me pretty depressed. I still think the ending to 3 is sadder, but it isn't really a hitting too close to home kind of sadness
Yeah, it doesn't get to see too many sales unfortunately. I think I got both TLJ games in a publisher sale once, not that I hadn't played it before that.
In the original Shadow Warrior in the Mountain Temple level when there are dead rabbits everywhere. I love rabbits so much that it really upset me.
Leave and take the other Chad Thundercock with you. Come back when you know what it's like to be completely alone.
dead space 2, right before the end where "ghost" Nicole asks Isaac why he cant let go, Isaac replies "if I do, i'll have nothing left"
that part hits me hard, I also lost a gf to suicide
>get to "pleased to meet you"
>get to confession
Brocoli asking to help him with stretching
>hits me like one billion bricks
>cry like a little bitch
And i was at a friend's house that day
Shit was embarassing
The ending to Silent Hill: Shattered Memories for me.
Whatever you do, keep her far from jap shit.
I had my sister spam my facebook writing about animes and calling me onii-san every fucking day, it gets really annoying, really fast, and you also have to justify a whole bunch of shit to friends and colleagues.
Shit, that's fucking hilarious
MGS2 when otakon implies that he was masturbating in his room while his father killed himself.
My father died in a car accident while i was masturbating
I feel like I have a problem, but no game has really moved me.
I tried all the ones that had supposedly sad stories, but didn't even get a thing out of me.
Sometimes I think my penis is the only part of me that feels anymore.
>tfw no qt little sister to call me onii-san
I appreciate it. She has been doing really well but I'm currently working 3 jobs to get by and always fear I'm wasting time that could be spent with her.
I think Mary's letter to James in Silent Hill 2 is probably the biggest hit I've taken in a game. The voice acting in perfect.
When you lack social connections it doesn't take much to simulate shit, plus being a western made game helped.
The thing about KS while the art was poor and writing was terrible it still managed to hit the right elements to really pull people in.
Speaking of FFX, the relationship between Jecht and Tidus is very painful for me, because my father lost contact with me for 6 years when I was little, and I still want to hate him so much for it.
Nothing, I don't have any depressing games.
Recommend me sad shit. Oh wait, now that I remembered it I fucking teared up at the Persona 3 ending.
>close your eyes?
>For the absolute lack of a good story
God this could not be more wrong.
The Souls games contain some of the most powerful metaphors for the human condition than anything in recent memory.
No games have ever made me cry, but this song brings me to bitch tears every time I hear it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fC3Cthm0HFU
I just felt pretty empty for a while
that and the all Masada segment with the train crash and the crying piano creature
my A V E R A G E korean gf of almost four years had to move back to the motherland for a year. i was ok with it as it was due to her shitty grades and i could finally go travelling abroad.
1 month later she tells me (basicly) im not the right race/skin color and it would dissapoint her parents if we got together and she didn't want to dissapoint them anymore.
4 years wasted just like that. I would kill for a gf that actually genuinely loved me . OH well atleast i have 4chan right...right..
This is super gay but I cried at the end of DaS. I wasn't aware of everythibg but when I killed the king and re-kindled the flame, it all hit me at once.
I am a nobody that killed a royal family just so life could be as it already was, chaos.
I killed a man that gave his sanity for all life, just to continue this nothingness.
Oh my dear sister. Do not mind me, it does not hurt terribly.
Queelag? Please, sister, do not cry.
I am happy, truly.
I have you, don't I?
The only game that nearly brought me to tears.
>Reminded me when my brother ripped my pet parakeet's head off in front of me because I took the last caprisun.
Jesus christ, what an asshat.
murder his significant other.
Any scene where the player character gets hit by a car
A few years back, I did that cliché thing where you push somebody out of the way of a speeding car, and mangled one of my legs. Took me a year to start walking properly again.
I actually had to get a friend to do the 'Insurance Fraud' missions in the Saints Row series for me, because I would get the shakes too bad to play.
Not a video game, but it's about making a video game.
The anime also involved an arc about MMO addiction.
>At other particular points, I start wanting to run away from home to
live deep in secrecy in the mountains of India.
Well, the thread itself got to me. Damn it. I thought I might be the only one to have this "Into the Wild"-esque fantasy. I promised myself that if I ever chose to commit suicide, I wouldn't do it at home, but instead would make a serious attempt at living a simple life out in the wilderness. Seeing I'm not the only one with this delusion made it worse rather than better.
I never liked The Boss, she reminded me too much of a childhood friend that decided my life needed to be hell for no reason in highschool. Fuck people.
It is but i seek no pity here.
Maybe someone who has been through the same could give some words of advice but i haven't found anyone yet in the same boat. It's really odd to see how "racism" feels. i guess i could call it that right?
I asked her if she never had to leave for the year if she would've never broken up but she said probably would've stayed togehter longer but eventually broken up.
I don't see how someone can be so cruel. Nothing in her life changes since she just follows what mommy and daddy say but what am i left with? 4 wasted years of my youth.
I knew /v/ had bad taste, bad that this hasn't been posted yet is unacceptable.
Was 14 when I first played it. Was like a punch in the face. Very few games after it managed to play in the same league.
"The guy who wants too much risks losing absolutely everything. Of course, the guy who wants too little from life might not get anything at all."
Ironically, the biggest highlight of the game was the mission where you play the two killers.
1. Asian families are like that, my parents are always telling me I should go for other Asian girls
2. You spent 4 years with her, right?
Did you enjoy it during those 4 years?
Because nothing else matters.
I have problems not thinking that the 4 years are wasted.
They were great. She was great. We were fucking perfect . She planned all this shit for us to live together to have like 10 kids (i think she was kidding haha) but then she just comes out of nowhere saying oh we have to stop its better for both of us , my parents blah blah...
how do you recover from that shit? i wish she would have just fucking cheated on me or something so i could accept this situation.
Half as long Twice as bright I gotta try I know...
>doesn't post a face
You fucking deserved it you faggot. I'll even give you a webm for the next time you post this.
The fucking wedding, mang
I had a bad feeling during the mission ''Bride To Be'' and with https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_aG1aU0HpE playing, it was pretty fucking sad
I wasn't even surprised, I knew a moment after I'd saved her in the trailer she'd die. I found myself simply not caring, that's pretty how I feel about all of the season 2 deaths. I don't care anymore. What I do doesn't matter.
>whole family goes apeshit over it
>grandmother was the only family member who gave a shit about me
>depression hits hard
>gf leaves me because im 'not myself'
>no fucking shit
>parents dont give even a remote fuck
>play vidya all day and night
>friends abandon me and family doesnt give a shit
>why am i even alive
>months passed and i hear about this game glazing over some horror forum
>play through the whole game
>go through every nook and cranny of everything
>pour hours and hours into the game
>she fucking kills herself
>this game was the all i had at the time so i just lose it
>really start getting pissed over this game
>so much time wasted so much done and what was the point? To kill yourself? Why avoid all those people? Why kill the only one who cared? Why??
>why work so hard to die?
>leave my house for the first time in months
This game helped me alot in a shitty time
Anytime someone feels the need to put down Snake in MGS4
I hate being a bitter hateful person, I can't wait until 30 years later when people can start calling me a bitter old man
is that like one of those stupid "leave house, everything tries to rape you" life as a woman games
I stopped relating the moment it said you have friends.
One fleeing plane fell out the skies, spiraling and spewing orange flames to crash by the cape.
The same cape where my family lived.
>In light of that natural cycle, a deep belief that one day, all my daily troubles will be solved boils up inside my chest.
That probably hits me the hardest out of it all. The belief that there is an end - that you just have to keep it up for a little longer. But you also realize that the magical day won't happen, it's still as far of just like it was last year.
It's kinda like >>255368757
Pretty accurate as a generalized view of depression.
>Want to do shit
>Obvious right answer
>Can't because can't
>Opening up to people and adopting a cat helps
>Going back to bed doesn't
It's a game about depression, not being a hikkiNEET
It's like some conglomerate of experiences that could most closely be understood by normalfags
This "game" got SJWs and wizards to fight.
Wizards from wizardchan noticed how easy mode the depression in the game is. It was basically
>you live your life on easy mode and everyone loves you, but YOU'RE SOOOOO SAAAAD
They harassed the woman who made it and that got SJWs mad.
Yeah, the guy you play as doesn't really have a good reason to be depressed, at all
Which is exactly why I connected with it honhonhon
Forgot to put one in >>255385565