So when did you shed a tear in a video game /v/
>Come to find that The Boss chose to turn away from war and live for peace
>AI illustrates this by destroying itself to save humanity from destroying each other
>Snake takes it personally
to become a demon
> Paul is begging you to get away and leave him
> Helo's waiting on the roof
> just have to leave
> just walk away
> leave him, to die alone
the music in ef - a fairytale of the two was particularly good at doing that
minori has a god-tier composer and artist
>"I wish you could have lived to see it..."
Tales of "Fuck you Ludger" is what the game should be called.
Only time I have ever cried at a vidya.
It was the culmination of feels saved up throughout the entire series. I didn't cry when sniper wolf died, I didn't cry when Emma died, I didn't even cry when The Boss died.
But when I knew it was this glorious motherfucker's time to go, I couldn't help but shed a tear.
This was too much when I first saw it
Shazam was so cool too
only finished replaying this last week. Still makes me cry
Its a decent fighting game, Some of the story is interesting but ultimately not canon from what I can tell
There is some absolutely based shit you can do with a few of the characters, most notably being Batman
All this video needed was Unregistered Hypercam 2 and 009 Sound System Dreamscape
short steps deep breath https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nP-AAlZlCkM
KIMI WA NE TASHIKA NI ANO TOKI WATASHI NO SOBA NI ITA
A genuinely touching (you will cry like a little bitch) indie game that should have the success and awards of Gone Homo if we were in a just universe. Alas, there is no Justice, only Death.
the dev is faaaar too laid back and humble to want that kind of praise
he just makes cool story games and sometimes talks to people on twitter and I want it to stay that way
Last game that did for me was Lisa: The joyful
I don't want to say goodbye...
Stupid PMD Explorers of Sky, you break my heart once, and then you break it again with Grovyle and Celebi and Dusknoir.
I always felt real bad for this guy, alone and barely awake for probably over a decade.
I shed a tear or two for Jim Peyton. Goodbye, my oldest friend.
ive never shed a tear to a video game or movie
What did they do to Jenny?
The Darkness is so fucking good.
Couldn't help but have tears run down my face at that point.
whats there to cry about in undertale?
Dunno, never read it. Seems the game took a lot of liberties with it though.
I thought 2 did some things really well but overall the story was just not the same. I think it was probably more honest to the comic, but the first game just had a much better tone.
>get to the end of super mystery dungeon, ready to say goodbye >partner goes instead
that's just the giddyness of playing a game with an interesting and fulfilling story, not sadness
the music during the asriel fight gets me emotional and then then giving him a hug destroys me
>Expecting mediocre story with fun gameplay
>Instead it's feels upon feels hidden into a pokemon game
>your partner who got their confidence through being your friend crying and pleading for you to stay
>Watching them as they return home without you to spread your tale
>Eventually they come back to the beach they found you
>The fucking flash backs
>they collapse and cry again with this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KgdUB7JaXuA that transitions into the ending theme
Why does this hurt me so much fuck
Didn't cry, but I felt a tug in my heart when Morrigan confessed she'd never had a proper friend
welp... i'm going to grillby's ... papyrus, do you want anything?
This. I bought it in a sale a year ago, and only recently installed it.
The moment I launched it - through Steam, I might add - and UPlay launched, I quit without ever looking back.
It's been seven long years, and the music still hurts to listen to
But that ending theme though
>Finish the game barely making it through this scene with all the fucking sadness it was making me feel
>Download the soundtrack
>Listening to it a few days later
>Song comes on
>"Awh no, this is THAT song"
Play it on ds, though it's simple and doesn't need touch controls, so could probably emulate it. Play Explorers of sky for bonus extra story missions with side characters. It's a fairly easy game, but it shines in how wonderfully simple the story is. It's worth playing if you have time to kill
Rescue Team is a bit weaker and much much more simple than Explorers, but I still remember it fondly. You get a bonus of hearing all the themes that stick around as you head into Explorers
This got me more than it had any right to
Young Balder was so fucking awesome, this was all kinds of unfair
That's the point though. John WAS a criminal, John HAD done terrible things in his life, in his youth. He realizes this, and without trying to rationalize or justify that fact, he tries to make amends, not for his sake, but that of his son.
There may have been a decent human being somewhere in there, but in practice John was outwardly violent when it suited him. The theme - REDEMPTION - comes into play at that moment, when he willingly dies (thus paying for his past crimes with blood) in the hopes that his son would lead a better life than he.
Unfortunately, this is all for naught, as Jack quickly begins to follow in his late father's footsteps, murdering his father's killer.
That's the great irony - everything you do in the game is ultimately futile; John dies in vain.
Advanceat the opera scene, still my fav moment in vidya, also https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tp3v7afp9Fg
in FF5 too i think? when Galuf
diesand when Cid is all depressed too i think?
i'm just a pussy desu senpai
>You will never get summoned by Solaire for Gwyn's fight to take that last step of the journey with him and thank him for everything he's done
I never got around to beating it, but Lost Odyssey brought me near to tears a few times. It was a great game, but I just don't play my 360 anymore, and I'm selling my Bone so if they make it backwards compatible it won't matter.
he fucks up hard and
betrays youin the first game but he tried his hardest to make up for it, even when he was horribly ill.
he loses the most important person in his life no matter what path you take
...twice as bright
I was very surprised how touched I was during the ending. The first one had a pretty good ending as well. I thought it was a pretty good franchise. Though I haven't completed Second Son yet.
well, not necessarily
Jack was just doing what John tried to do: enact justice in the death throes of the wild west. Ross was a murderer and Jack wanted to get his revenge because he pretty much deserved it, especially since he was completely unapologetic about killing John. maybe you're right in that the cycle will just begin anew as every generation is doomed to repeat the mistakes of the last, but i don't think John died in vain.
>Killing Solaire in Lost Izalith
>John Marston death
>When the older brother died in Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons (the closest person to me in my life is my younger sister)
>Lee death in TWD
>Cortana "death" in Halo 4
>Sarah death at the MAIN FUCKING BEGINNING of TLoU
>When Dom killed his wife in Gears 2
>When Dom killed himself in Gears 3
I'm sure there are others, I just can't think of them.
>huh? what? what's all this business about a son? i don't have a son!
>But now that you mention it...i once had a terrible dream...a dream in which some kind of demon kid was born
Pretty much every single person and boss dies or meets a bad end in Dark Souls as you follow their quests. Sif, Artorias, Queelag, Queelag's sister, Priscilla, Onionbro, Rhea - they all get it pretty badly, But at least Dusk gets out okay, AND survives the DLC.
I set my sail.....
Lyon's story from FE8
though I was a young teen back then, it was pretty cheesy now that I think about it. But still I cried
I marathoned the Xenosaga games a couple years ago, and Jin's death literally had me sobbing
>It's quiet now...
>I don't think it's ever been this quiet before in my whole life
>This is what I sought
>Now that the time has finally come.
>I long for the noise of the past.
>I long for those hectic and chaotic days that once were.
>But this too...is pleasant...in an odd sort of way.
>The time has come for me to move on...
>this fuckin game
>watching your save files vanish
>Find blueprints to help the carpet mill owner increase productivity
>It puts his workers out of a job
>Meet a charming starving artist
>Buy his works at every chance
>Help him become a teacher at the very school he was taught
>Gets accused of plagiarism and runs away
>Tries to lie low at home, but can't focus
>Wanders into the desert and dies, making one last painting
>Main story sees reveals the love's interest's band leader and another friend trying to burn down the whole country
>One gets shot and dies in the other's arms
>You find out the leader was executed for treason
>The band's violinist spends most of his days literally under a bridge in likely a drunken haze
And all while bearing a Ghibli-like aesthetic. If it weren't for the fact the man hates videos games, Miyazaki would probably love it.
I tried to play this game 3 times, but I always get stuck in the part where you need $120.000 to buy the dress. And I always lose to the leader of the Killer Elephants.
It's amazing game anyway.
I dont get teary oftern
But Disgaea 1 made me do it
Not like you have to do either of those things. The game was pretty lax about letting you win/lose things outside of the random enemies between towns. And things like the dress were merely cosmetic options for wooing the girl.
I feel it too. Even now i feel it when i watch the end on youtube. The whole thing felt like a great, meaningful adventure and the music was incredibly well-done.
By far the most feel-evoking KH for me.
one of the most emotional songs in vidya senpai, a man who's losing everything spending the last of his power to save the one thing he has.
Those were some shitty feels
Cried three times in To The Moon. Stone stuff makes you cry because it's sad, but TtM and The Plague Dogs are the only two things that have left me emotionally drained and crying after the "sad scene" ends. Mother 3 is also up there.
god is in his heaven and all's right with the world
This fucking game right here. The whole message that everyone matters no matter how small and insignificant they may feel really hit me hard where I was when I played it.
It touches on suicide in an interesting way, quite literally telling the player the message in the title. The world ends with you, meaning that this crazy, painful, amazing, wonderful thing called life can be ended in an instant, so you may as well enjoy it while you can.