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Topic: The Game That Moved You Emotionally The Most.

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Thrillho

People mentioning TLoU but the end of the summer storyline with Sam and Henry had me in bits.

Also the very ending of the second season of The Walking Dead game. I cannot for the life of me even remember how it ended but I specifically remember being in bits when a delivery guy then rang the doorbell and I had to try and quickly compose myself before answering it.

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velio84

Thrillho wrote:

People mentioning TLoU but the end of the summer storyline with Sam and Henry had me in bits.

This. Probably my most memorable moment of the first game.

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Iver

Not much but I don't like it when stuff happens to animals, as a result you can imagine my feelings at the beginning of Ghost of Tsushima - Act 3.

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render

@Iver That was a sad moment, I agree ☹️

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NoCode23

What Remains of Edith Finch.
Gone Home.
Fallout 3.

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JohnnyShoulder

Space Invaders
Tetris
Knack (for all the wrong reasons)

We are now in a world of people being offended for other people who they think should be offended, who arent offended.
Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak and remove all doubt.

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QualityGeezer

For me it has too be the mass effect trilogy for all sorts of reasons. Bioware made such a rich game of characters that you could genuinely care for that any time you lost one it felt like losing part of the family. The ending as well thinking about everything shephard and the team had been through to that point and knowing I wouldn't see the team again was a definite choker

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Jimmer-jammer

Metal Gear Solid. I will never forget the overwhelming feeling I had as I helplessly watched the fate of Gray Fox play out before me. I was absolutely crushed.

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PSVR_lover

The end of Blue Reflection really moved me.

The PSVR is the best VR system on the market today.

lolwhatno

@hypnotoad Since English is my third language and I have no Idea what you meant by hump, I googled it, and it turns out hump means:
VULGAR SLANG
have s*x with.
And I'm sad to tell you that this is not the case. (I'm not really into toads)
I was just wondering if the "est vous" you said is actually an English word or you are just flexing your French.
Sorry for the big misunderstanding.

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*STOP THE UIGHURS GENOCIDE CHINA, You're disgusting
(I don't hate to chinese people, I hate the gov, if you're chinese then : hey, hi, how are ya).
Wait...What's that, you didn't know a genocide is happening, well china as we are speaking are torturing uighurs (Mostly muslims)

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Jimmer-jammer wrote:

Metal Gear Solid. I will never forget the overwhelming feeling I had as I helplessly watched the fate of Gray Fox play out before me. I was absolutely crushed.

Besides TLoUS2 still haunting me, this would be mine too.

The concept of absurdity is something I'm attracted to.

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RogerRoger

MGS4: Guns of the Patriots made for a stunning end to an amazing saga. Back when I first played it, as part of a six-game series binge, its microwave corridor sequence wrecked me. I'd already blinked away tears during the final cutscene of MGS3: Snake Eater, but this was proper crying.

Life is Strange 2, Marvel's Spider-Man, Mass Effect 3, RiME and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order have also been responsible for dragging my pesky emotions to the surface.

"We want different things, Crosshair. That doesn't mean that we have to be enemies."

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Th3solution

@RogerRoger I really need to get around to Life is Strange 2 and RiME. Your others are good calls — Fallen Order was emotional in a different way than other games I mentioned, mainly for a mixture of emotions that it stirred at the end. Also ME3’s ending, which for me wasn’t as controversial as has been criticized, did have a proper epic feel to me. And yes, MGS4 was really, really emotionally impactful.

I don’t remember any particular heavy emotional state at the end of Spider-Man. Perhaps it was because of the access to post-game trophy mopping up, or the fact that by then I knew the success of the game meant for the inevitable sequel so there wasn’t a feeling of finality to it. Of course I still adored the game though. Speaking of, I really need to get around to Miles Morales. 😄

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purplemouse

I'm actually gonna throw Eastshade into the mix here - not a high quality game by any stretch, but the way they did the ending and the subsequent epilogue was actually quite moving. A very nice little game if you fancy some Animal Crossing meets Bob Ross action...

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hypnotoad

@lolwhatno Probably just me being a moron, mate.
All the best...Hypno.
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lolwhatno

@hypnotoad Lmao, no worries sir! At least the hump part gave a genuine chuckle.

*STOP THE UIGHURS GENOCIDE CHINA, You're disgusting
(I don't hate to chinese people, I hate the gov, if you're chinese then : hey, hi, how are ya).
Wait...What's that, you didn't know a genocide is happening, well china as we are speaking are torturing uighurs (Mostly muslims)

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RogerRoger

Th3solution wrote:

I don’t remember any particular heavy emotional state at the end of Spider-Man.

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It might've been telegraphed from a mile off, but when Pete was forced to let Aunt May die, in order to save the antidote for the rest of the city, I was a freakin' wreck. Largely thanks to the amazing performances of the two cast members involved.

EDIT: Sorry, looking back at the above, I didn't mean for that GIF to come across so jerk-ish.

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TraCuz-

Easily FFXIV, particularly Shadowbringers. There's some moments in there the just gutted me.

Very connected to the stories and characters of TLOU and FF7.

Believe it or not, Celeste. I was going through some stuff at the time and the talk about mental health hit home.

Currently Playing:

Final Fantasy XIV, Apex Legends

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Jimmer-jammer

@Keith_Zissou bad joke aside, this scene really did hit me. I was about 10 or 11 when I watched my older brother play through this. Never before had a game impacted me emotionally the way Metal Gear Solid did, with this scene being the one that vividly sticks with me. It’s interesting, I could light bad guys on fire with a taser in Syphon Filter and be unmoved. MGS handled everything with real weight, it really did move the medium forward in so many ways.

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