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3 years ago#11
AC Revelations, because it was the worst piece of trash I've played and was painful to force myself to play through it. (I didn't actually cry, but I pretended to.)
3 years ago#12
Gears 3 almost did it for me
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3 years ago#13
To the Moon.
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3 years ago#15
Phantasy Star IV, Xenosaga III, FF X, Fallout 3, Lost Odyssey I think all had me tearing up at some point.
3 years ago#16
Only game ever was The Walking Dead Episode 3. That s*** chocked me!
3 years ago#17
Fallout New Vegas
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3 years ago#18
The only book/game/movie that has made me tear up was a movie I watched on netflix. Forget the name.

It was about a 14 year old girl who meets a 15 year old guy online who she falls in love with. Turns out when he meets her, he's 35.

He rapes her but she doesn't resist.

Really hit me deep.
3 years ago#19
I'm not ashamed to admit it, I shed tears because of Lost Odyssey and Deadly Premonition.
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3 years ago#20
The first part of homefront with the bus...that was hard to watch.
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