If you count getting choked up and watery eyes, then:
Red Dead Redemption Binary Domain
And although it doesn't get me choked up, in Batman: Arkham City, the spot where you "Pay Your Respects" always makes me feel very sad. It's the music. One of the most overall brilliant details in gaming.
Playing: Half-Life 2. Excited For: GTA V When all else fails, and you're being overrun, grab a meatshield.
Castlevania II Soleil/Crusader Of Centy/Ragnacenty Final Fantasy XI Golden Axe II Power Blade Ristar Super Castlevania IV Tetris II (NES) Touhou 7: Perfect Cherry Blossom
Music... oh boy (Whether emotional, nostalgia, passionate, etc.) ___________________________________________________________
- Blast Corps 64 - Castlevania II - Castlevania IV - Soleil/Crusader Of Centy/Ragnacenty - Disgaea II - Eschatos - Ecco the Dolphin (Sega CD) - Fate/Extra - Final Fantasy Mystic Quest - Final Fantasy V - Final Fantasy VI - Final Fantasy XI - Galaxy Force II (Arcade) - Golden Axe II - Kirby Super Star - Mabinogi - Makai Kingdom - Mega Man 4 (GB) - Mega Man 10 - Night Striker (Arcade) - Ragnarok Online - Rambo (NES) - Ristar - Rocket Knight Adventures - Romancing SaGa 3 - SaGa Frontier - SaGa Frontier II - Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey - Sim City (SNES) - Terminator (Sega CD) - Tetris II - The Punisher (Arcade) - Various Touhou Fangames (The Genius Of Sappheiros, Labyrinth of Touhou, etc.) - Various Touhou Titles (Especially 7, 10 & 11) - Various Visual Novels - Wizardry 5 - Wizardry Online
It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by a grue. (This topic has been eaten)
Xenogears because falling in love with the same person over and over, in every incarnation was just so touching to me (still is) and I knew that in real life it's impossible. Both feelings mixed together is just awful.
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion(When i first saw the intro, i was so happy that this game was finaly here) - Disgaea: Hour of Darkness(When Seraph turns Flonne to flower) - Lost Odyssey(Many freaking sad moments)