Only correct answer, press F for John Marston
I'll never forgot the emotions I got while riding into Mexico for the first time with
It's a shame /v/ doesn't actually play any videogames, otherwise they'd know what I was talking about
Ovelia's death scene in Final Fantasy Tactics, with Delita breaking down on the spot hit me pretty hard.
But not as hard as the ending of Persona 3, because Aigis' voice actress did a godly work and left me destroyed for about four days. Didn't cry for this one, but damn if I didn't feel like death.
This fucking got me.
twice especially when he didn't do anything to stop it the second time
God, this game/song fucked me up for weeks. I was dealing with a divorce when I heard
>And you're not gonna take,
>What they've got to give,
>And you're not gonna let 'em
>Take your will to live
>Cuz they've taken enough
>And you've given them all you can give
>And luck won't save them tonight.
>They've given you a reason to fight.
Just so you know, dead people fart and belch as they die.
Why hasn't a game/film properly replicated this?
More correctly, dead people lose control of their bowels and shit and piss themselves.
I dunno, why hasn't a game or film properly recorded someone during a bowel movement?
Not teared up, but I felt pretty bad when I couldn't save her.
Or this, I cried like a bitch throught the ending of MGS3 really
Emma diedin MGS2, I found it sadder the second time I played that game
I'm 17 years old, and yet I'm sobbing like a bitch, screw you Kojima for making sad. It was so depressing to see Otacon completely ruined.
Only game that made me shed a tear was RDR, no other game made me feel emotional that much.
>tfw riding towards your homestead to meet your wife and your son
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZ9iflvCwok starts playing