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"Ventus" gets me every time.
would feel personally conflicted with myself If I had any sort of tears since it's not part of me naturally. though I really liked The Opera, including Aria di Mezzo Carattere in Final Fantasy 6 with the segments you play as with Celes.
I just finished Planescape: Torment and I'll tell you that I found the ending to be pretty deep. I didn't cry but I felt something in my black /v/-touched heart.
At 1/15/12 05:34 PM, Ecke wrote: All the music in Banjo-Kazooie.
This and just about any game music that I am nostalgic for and haven't heard in FOREVER.
Lucas' Theme (Indigo Prophecy/ Fahrenheit) This song made me feel for the main character, Lucas. It really fit the first part so well It basically did bring me to tears hehe until the story went all WTF!?!?!?
Aerith's/Aeris' Theme -Piano version- (FFVII) (It's cliche I know hehe) I hadn't even played the game when I heard this version of the song. I just knew what happened to Aerith/Aeris because well, we all know now but when I first heard this version I really almost felt the tears coming.
Listen to my (shitty) original music! (Only if you want to.)
Final fantasy six, Relm's theme. Makes me abit sad. Relm is so cute too. I want a daughter like her someday.
I primarily like this song because of the use of wind instruments. They always make me sad alittle.
At 1/17/12 02:07 PM, The-Great-One wrote: Made me cry first time I saw and heard it. Those bells. Those wonderful bells.
That whole ending had me choking up.
Somehow...I miss that bitch Navi.
Cliche yes but the Aeris theme from Final Fantasy 7 stands alone when it comes to this subject.
Music doesn't make me cry, although when I was a child, Pacalbel's Cannon in D made me cry. There's VG music that makes me feel emotional, though. As you mentioned, at Zanarkand does it for me, as well as Wandering Flame, which was also in FFX.
I have come really close to crying from listening to Witchcraft on the Silent Hill Homecoming OST.
It wasn't exacly because of it being so dramatic it was of it being so unique and sometihng that you would listen to whilst crying yourself to sleep at night.
I am lovin' me some Retro Haze .