What's the last game you played where you truly cared for the protagonist?

#1SigmaLongshotPosted 8/11/2014 12:01:41 PM
Sure enough, some games have some fantastic stories that engage.

But in a lot of those games, you're playing as a blank slate. A random dude. Captain Kill, or Universe Saviour Person. But occasionally, you play as a character that you genuinely get invested in, want to see prosper, and get crushed when that character is injusticed or hurt in some way.

What was the last game you played where you really felt invested in the plight of the main character?
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#2blargblarg1Posted 8/11/2014 12:04:42 PM
Lunar 2 >.>;
#3B1GB0SS_86Posted 8/11/2014 12:07:43 PM
Red dead redemption.
#4EllesarienPosted 8/11/2014 12:08:05 PM
Clementine/Lee
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#5DJ break beatsPosted 8/11/2014 12:08:36 PM
The name's Frank West.

Dead Rising.
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#6kennyynnooPosted 8/11/2014 12:08:56 PM
Wolfenstein
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#7labountiPosted 8/11/2014 12:09:52 PM
Manhunt.
#8cheezedadadaPosted 8/11/2014 12:23:14 PM(edited)
All 3 of mine include the relationship between 2 people and not just a single protagonist.

Clementine & Lee
Joel & Ellie

Also, this one might not be a standard choice, but Vito Scaletta and Joe Barbaro.
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#9SwiftXZPosted 8/11/2014 12:12:32 PM
E.T.
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#10SlimeSwayzePosted 8/11/2014 12:20:03 PM
kennyynnoo posted...
Wolfenstein


Surprisingly, this. I just finished the game over the weekend, and while I was impressed with the entire game, what surprised me the most was how sympathetic I felt towards the main character. He was one of the more likeable characters I've played as in a long time, especially for a shooter.
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