"Half as long..."
"...twice as bright."
"I gotta try."
i regretted playing the evil story because of this. i cried for real.. ;_;
god that final line in the good ending
"Sometimes, I hear folks talkin' 'bout Conduits and humans like they're totally different. That's bullshit. Cause there ain't nobody with more humanity than Cole MacGrath."
Ocarina of Time had emotion at all?
>Harvest moon for snes
>Fall for the bluehaired girl
>One day she's gone
>The entire village is worried and looking for her
>I find her on a cliff. Looking at the sky.
>she confesses her innermost feelings
Breaks my heart remembering it. Even though it had a happy ending.
I know she didn't want anything bad to happen... I know this... She just wanted to make my brother sneeze a few times too... But... I just couldn't forgive her! No matter what. What am I truly guilty of? ...I'm guilty of never, ever being able to understand her.
>you have to leave. it is your destiny
>Elle is up all night sewing you a coat
>you get the coat, but Elle shuts herself in her room, refusing to see you
>she can't bear to watch you leave. she can't risk breaking down in front of you.
>she can't risk your determination falter because of her...
>what little you talk to her, you do through a closed door
>you will never return. never see her again
"Your brother became a star." Regina believed in that so purely, that she would laugh innocently when saying it... Too innocently... I just couldn't stand it... No matter how hard I tried.
This is especially sad if you played Ogre Battle first. He just wanted to do what was right and serve his king.
"Don't ever give up my son. " "You've become so strong... Fox."
My father died when i was 14, this shit hit me so fucking hard.
I know people are gonna shit on me for this, but in Skyrim, after you killed Alduin and came back to all the dragons proclaiming his death, and then you talk to Paarthurnax (or whatever his name is, I forget) and he tells you that even though Alduin had to die, he mourns him because he was the best of them and there will never be another dragon in creation like him
For some reason that always got me right in the feels
I was thinking of Terranigma too, but of another scene. I think it's the one where the deer mother tells you to eat her child, or something. I don't remember exactly, but it was along those lines.. Damn 16-bit games..
You saved all the cryo trays right?
Fuck even the Good end got me
"Hold R1 R2 L1 L2".........
One of the most emotional scenes I've ever seen in a video game. The voice acting was so fucking good for her. The entire opening to this game was terrific. Too bad the rest wasn't as good, but whatever. At least I got to see this gem
didn't really happen in a game but fuck it, made me sad ;-;
How they gonna keep the series alive without Sergeant Dude, y'know? I'm... I'm... I'm deeeead.
This fucking game
This part caught me so fucking off guard, I didn't felt the need to cry but this moment made my heart sink a little. I mean, yeah, you knew Sam was bitten and waiting for shit to hit the fan in the morning, like "damn it they're gonna have to leave him locked up in the room" or something like that... I don't really care ther people thinking it's a generic zambie story, the execution was phenomenal.
Coming off the first game you have every reason to assume you're going to going to kill him. And you're right.
>mfw someone else actually played fragile dreams
... cut scene ends and you realize that you're the one who has to actually pull the trigger.
Fuck you Kojima, I didn't ask for these feels.
I was a few minutes into playing when the thought his me that "wait... this isn't Ellie" and I realized something horrible was going to happen very soon.
I also realized that all those scenes literally take place 10 minutes away from where I live, which was neat.
>tfw every game I planned to play has been spoiled because I'm an idiot and keep clicking these threads
I guess this is one way to clear a backlog...
/v/ hates on it because it's cinematic and cut scene heavy.
As a movie buff, I don't give a shit and feel that cut scenes are entirely appropriate for games such as this, especially when they're as high quality as TLOU.
While this thread seems to be a bit soft toward TLOU in general, I'll agree that it was easily one of my favorite games of 2013, a definite 8/10 at least, GTA5 being an 8.5
The Multiplayer was pretty goddamn fantastic for an adventure game, too
>Grandma lived alone in Germany at the time
>Grandpa died in '93
>Need to call her badly
>10 hours time difference
Waiting it out was hell.
I love you Oma.
"A gentleman never creates a scene in public."
"But professor...I'm not a gentleman yet *sobs*"
I've never been left so devastated by any book, game or movie before.
The following missions where the commander is grieving and fucking pissed at the same time also get me
>I also realized that all those scenes literally take place 10 minutes away from where I live
all of those places a GTAs
a bunch of places that are recognisable, but none of them where they belong
Ace combat 5
LtCol Alvin H. Davenport aka Chopper
broest of the bro pilot in your squad
>he held the enemies off while civilains are evacuating the warzone >finished his mission but got hit and cannot eject >after he died you still have to clear a bunch of bogeys
Nanami's death. And most of 7th Dragon 2020 and 7th Dragon 2020-II, those games are depressing as hell.
>no one's posted the saddest shit of the most annoying character ever
the fuck is wrong with you people
that bridge scene was probably the most sadrage ive ever felt
Is this whole thread a b8?
You're just talking about PS2-PS3 games...
Are you even 18?
The ending, any of them.
Too bad it's gunna be a demo forever.
This one got me. I really didn't think I was attached to the characters in this series, but when I realized it was happening I felt so down. Even though he had gone crazy, he was still your brother. He was by your side through all of Gears 1 and 2 and most of 3. After that scene ended, the rest of the game didn't seem worth playing.
Ken's scream when Shinji dies in P3 i haven't finished the game yet so i don't know if there's anything more feelstastic than that yet, aside from Mitsuru's dad dying tfw you will never have Mitsuru cry on your shoulder
not gonna lie, i was sad to think of his part coming to an end. but that scene was really hammed up. i feel like it would have been more effective if they used subtlety, like if they had kept you in the moment by making marcus make an escape and you following him only to realise the explosion in the background was dom. they could have used the same mad world song too,
Does this unit have a soul?
This whole game. Actual sunlight. I still remember the ending. It's what depression quest should have been like.
You know how that scene could've been better? La Cucaracha or other similar music playing in the background and the rest of your wingmen intentionally crashing in the stadium.
I know it`s super cliche to bring it up, but the end of the walking feels. It`s the only thing that I can think of that hasn`t been posted yet. Also, Spec Ops the Line had a bit of feels.
Top kek that part was shit.
When I got to it I didn't have enough reputation or whatever yet because the side missions were exruciatingly boring, so when I tried to upload the Reaper code to the Geth they killed all the Quarians and Tali an hero'd off the cliff.
After than there was no incentive for me to finish the game.
When Tidus begins to fade away at the end of FFX. I know that game gets a mixed response and most people don't like Tidus, but if you just played the game and absorbed the story, that was some manly-tears level shit.