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>*lyrics kick in*
call me a fag, but I don't think I have ever cried this much at a video game
have a nice day.
Take your meds.
I will after you have a nice day.
Why would I kill myself?
Suck-start a shotgun.
That's cool and all, but can you answer me which kind of a turd are you?
1. Just likes to hurt others for fun
2. Hates themselves and projects that outside
3. Full of rage because of their own impotence
4. A spoiled child
5. Acts horribly because he thinks that's just how the world works and is too weak to resist
6. Shitty lifestyle caused brain to shrink into the size of a peanut
Commit toaster bath.
So 4 and 6 then
Snort powdered cyanide.
hey there, just going to pop in real quick to also tell you to kys
It's ok anon, I understand
tfw after all the bullshit, you finally go to Ultima Thule and you're greeted with the lost souls of dead dragons with their dead young still in the egg
Got to me too
I cried both times I beat Mother 3.
"no crying until the end" lol
The farewell scene is sad and sweet. End of a great adventure done right. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=004IHlZ3Xy4
>Mass Effect 3
The ending of the Citadel dlc and the cut dialogue with Anderson
Brad had a hard life
The ending was beautiful and hurtful
I got really attached to the cast so the goodbye made me tear up a bit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4wNxEF6keA
The ending again
a few moments were pretty sad like op and Cyan's family
The working class woman quest hit hard and the phasmid reveal was really touching
There's probably more
I only tear up from happy/uplifting scenes, don't think any RPG has ever made that happen to me.
Some moments in Planescape Torment, one of the reasons is that I love Jennifer Hale and she voices two characters there and both have good writing.
Baldur's Gate 2, the moment in Viconia romance where she asks you in a quivering voice to just sit with her, because she's scared and really needs support. For her showing weakness like that is quite a contrast to her usual character. Later romance development is nice too, not to mention her epilogue can be tragic.
The memory orb scene is one of the few times I've ever actually cried at a game
I like that mini-quest when you help two autists in their relationship. In other games, I wouldn't give a damn and just count my XP but in P:T it makes me smile. Probably because the story is so depressing that a simple act of kindness feels like a ray of light.
Memory orb was also good, I liked roleplaying as a man who is ashamed of the sins of his previous incarnations. Deionarra, her father, and the guy who is teaching us the lost language had excellent interactions.
Several different scenes, all near the end.
That's it. No other video games in any genre.
Major spoilers for Zero.
Coming from 3rd, I was seething like mad when I met Hayworth's. I assumed they acted like goody two shoes either to trick everyone or out of guilt. I was visiting them at every opportunity and when their son disappeared, I thought they sold him off. And then I saw their meltdown and was taken aback. Long story short, I had tears in my eyes when I finally learned of their backstory. Easily the most memorable part of the series for me.
the evil necromancer is probably the only decent piece of writing in that game
What's this from? Hope it isn't Lona...
It is from Lona. I hope you didn't just kill the necromancer...
Lufia 2's ending, when it goes past what you saw in flashbacks from the first game.
When Alistair "For the Honor of the Gray Wardens" at Denerim Gates, specially because I rejected Morrigan Ritual and pussy out and let him make the finish blow.
from the ones i remember it'd be
mass effects 3 before you get fucked up while running to citadel and left behind
planescape torment right at the end
dragon age origins the beginning of the game at ostagar
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