Am I the only one who cried at the end of Dragonkeep?

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2 years ago#1
It was such a perfect ending to basically a perfect game.

I cried, it was so good.
2 years ago#2
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And then Clap Trap said something stupid and ruined it all
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2 years ago#3
KroganBallEater posted...
It was such a perfect ending to basically a perfect game.

I cried, it was so good.


for me, this distinction belongs to Bioshock Infinite, that game had more more emotional than any other game i've played, Borderlands 2 is a great game but it didn't come anywhere near Bioshock Infinite
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2 years ago#4
Stormkid5 posted...
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And then Clap Trap said something stupid and ruined it all


Which only made it better...
2 years ago#5
I'll admit to tearing up a bit, and I was utterly shocked at that fact. Not because I teared up, good games can cause ya to do that. It's cause I've never seen a Borderlands story that actually got to me emotionally like the end of this dlc.
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2 years ago#6
I teared up when Bloodwing showed up and it stayed teared up until the end.
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2 years ago#7
TrialZero654 posted...
KroganBallEater posted...
It was such a perfect ending to basically a perfect game.

I cried, it was so good.


for me, this distinction belongs to Bioshock Infinite, that game had more more emotional than any other game i've played, Borderlands 2 is a great game but it didn't come anywhere near Bioshock Infinite



I totally agree..... and disagree.

Nice to see you feel that way about Infinite. It's really annoying seeing all the players that don't get the beauty of that game. It's as close to perfect as a game can get. It's a 10.....

....But BL2 is in a league of it's own.


And also, TC..... there was a tear. I'm man enough to admit it. :)
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2 years ago#8
Didnt tear up, but definitely had the feels going on. Felt good watching that ending and show us a side of Tina that we were denied in the core game.
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2 years ago#10
danishjuggler21 posted...
I felt no emotion when Roland died, and felt none at the end of this DLC. I really don't care enough about the characters for that. I'm surprised anyone would.


>what are opinions.
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