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has any game ever made you cry?

#201BogePosted 4/28/2014 12:11:45 PM
The Last of Us, The Walking Dead. The only two games.
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#202chandl34Posted 4/28/2014 12:31:21 PM(edited)
Motobug321 posted...
Mother 3.

1) When Flint loses it, after hearing his wife is dead.
2) When you see Claus die.
3) When you're pit against your brother, as the final boss, who was brought back to life as a cyborg.
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#203KenshiroXPosted 4/28/2014 12:46:44 PM
I had tears in my eyes during ME3, for some of the scripted deaths, so yes.
#204Bellum_SacrumPosted 4/28/2014 12:47:44 PM
Boge posted...
The Last of Us, The Walking Dead. The only two games.


You should try the Twilight series.
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#205hyper12Posted 4/28/2014 12:52:21 PM
MGS 3 - Final boss and ending.

MGS 4 - Final boss and the overall nostalgia. Reminded me of MGS 1 which I played in better times..

Persona 3 - The atmosphere helped but the ending.

.. I don't tear up while playing games but for some reason those 3 hit me really hard.
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#206CthulhuMessiahPosted 4/28/2014 1:40:48 PM
Bellum_Sacrum posted...
Boge posted...
The Last of Us, The Walking Dead. The only two games.


You should try the Twilight series.


Those are too high brow for him, he should watch the Scary Movies.
#207a_Wizards_BakerPosted 4/28/2014 2:03:37 PM(edited)
Wow, i can't believe so many people are saying they have.

I can honestly say that I have never cried or felt much of any emotion, apart from satisfaction, when playing a game. Perhaps i'm just not that enthused with the characters or story?

Wait, you know what. I probably cried at one point or another with a NES game in the 1980s when I was like 6 years old. Those would have been tears of frustration though.


This is true for me as well; I think I was 5 the first time i played our family's new NES and cried not being able to make the first jump in Mario.
#208CthulhuMessiahPosted 4/28/2014 5:48:45 PM
a_Wizards_Baker posted...
Wow, i can't believe so many people are saying they have.

I can honestly say that I have never cried or felt much of any emotion, apart from satisfaction, when playing a game. Perhaps i'm just not that enthused with the characters or story?

Wait, you know what. I probably cried at one point or another with a NES game in the 1980s when I was like 6 years old. Those would have been tears of frustration though.


This is true for me as well; I think I was 5 the first time i played our family's new NES and cried not being able to make the first jump in Mario.


Perhaps you are a sociopath and cannot relate to others?
#209MaxCHEATER64Posted 4/28/2014 6:02:11 PM
CthulhuMessiah posted...
a_Wizards_Baker posted...
Wow, i can't believe so many people are saying they have.

I can honestly say that I have never cried or felt much of any emotion, apart from satisfaction, when playing a game. Perhaps i'm just not that enthused with the characters or story?

Wait, you know what. I probably cried at one point or another with a NES game in the 1980s when I was like 6 years old. Those would have been tears of frustration though.


This is true for me as well; I think I was 5 the first time i played our family's new NES and cried not being able to make the first jump in Mario.


Perhaps you are a sociopath and cannot relate to others?


This. I bet he wanted Vader to win, too!
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#210a_Wizards_BakerPosted 4/29/2014 9:15:25 AM
MaxCHEATER64 posted...
CthulhuMessiah posted...
a_Wizards_Baker posted...
Wow, i can't believe so many people are saying they have.

I can honestly say that I have never cried or felt much of any emotion, apart from satisfaction, when playing a game. Perhaps i'm just not that enthused with the characters or story?

Wait, you know what. I probably cried at one point or another with a NES game in the 1980s when I was like 6 years old. Those would have been tears of frustration though.


This is true for me as well; I think I was 5 the first time i played our family's new NES and cried not being able to make the first jump in Mario.


Perhaps you are a sociopath and cannot relate to others?


This. I bet he wanted Vader to win, too!


I'm would have loved that ending, good guys triumphing is so trite :p

Topic got me curious and I asked around my circle of friends -- none of us have cried playing a video game. Perhaps we are a ring of sociopaths?