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Okami was the only game I connected deeply enough to care about everything the game offered. The music, art direction and characters combined were enough to make me tear up as I was fighting the final boss.
After losing your powers fighting Yami, the world goes dark and people you met throughout the game realize you were really the sun goddess. They wonder why the sun stopped shining and pray to give Amaterasu the power to defeat Yami. "The Sun Rises" starts to play and even though I heard that song tons of times in MvC3 I teared up. (I never actually beat the game until just this year) --- GT/PSN ID: Gwimpage mmmHMM.... Peach Cobbler.
The only thing that has ever made me cry was Titantic. Games are not that immersive, or have that good of stories.
I'll second this. There's a few movies here and there that bring me near tears or even shed one or two, but no game has come that far for me yet. --- Your name is sung and tattooed now on my heart - here I will carry you forever CarryTori Amos
Lost Odyssey dream sequences really torn at the heartstrings.
Definitely this. Some of the memories can get to you. They're written very good, and know how to draw out the emotions they're erm "targeting"
Ar Tonelico: Qoga's bad ending also got to me a little (felt somewhat sad, nowhere near crying mind you). Just felt really sorry for Aoto. --- Remember kiddies, your opinion isn't fact. If someone disagrees with your opinion quit crying, get over it.