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At 10/10/12 02:50 PM, weasleman wrote: Gears of war 3 made me feel a little sorry for marcus.
Yea, that story was so incredibly deep.
I'm not sure if I've ever put 500+ hours into any game except Oblivion or Skyrim, but the Portal games always left me wanting so much more even after the short hours I spent with them. Portal 2 was just fantastic. I want to be in that world.
Saints Row: The Third, though it was more of a "what, was that it? Oh okay.." than actually being upset. The game was so bloody short and easy. Same with Fable II.
I think I did a few times. Also, upon finishing a game 100%, I would raise a glass of whatever beverage I had in honour to it.
I can always just play it again later, so it's not that bad.
This is my signature. It is a nice signature.
All games when young made me sad. Playing the characters, earning the rewards, and coming to a end. What does it all amount to? Well the ending tells you what it amounts too (duh), but myself and others (it seems) thinks it should amount to much more. What about the characters success, life, or in other cases death? In one game a character falls in love, with someone else instead of his life long friend. Then they die together at the end and life long friends ends up crying. How about in another, when a enemy turns out to be a brother, who'll you never see again.
Deep down I feel bad for the ending of games, same as for the ending of books, or life. That's what it is, a death of a story, a death of process, the death. Does it continue after the end? If not, the end seems pointless.
Course a game is fictional, which is why I can still walk away from it. Still the morals...
One of my favorite scenes in the gaming world is in final fantasy. When Rydia forgives Ceecil.
My logic has a tendency of getting me getting stuck in the middle.
you can't do anything after you beat the game, it is sad. :( This also is a problem when i watch TV shows on netflix...i get to the end and BOOM! Have to look for another show.
My 2 moments of depression form games came from Final fantasy IX (thats 9 I think >.<) and Mass Effect 2.
The first I'm not even going to say it was because I was young even remebering it brings a little tear to my eye. Never the less rather than assuming everone has played here is the clip.... and it happens in the first disk!
Side note it doesn't show the Black mages going to save Vivi if you played you know exsactly what this is from)
The other was completly and utterly my fault. (fair warning spoilers ahead if you still haven't played and plan on playin ME2)
In the suicide mission I only lost one person. It however was litterally the only damn character I liked. Thane Krios. I can't explain it but out of all the characters he seemed the most real to me. After finishing the game I rage quit mass effect 2. Didn't play it multiple times like I do with any game with more than one ending. Put the disk back in the case and let it rot. Here is the shitty part though. In the span that I moved (3 times the past year give or take a month or two) I lost disk 2, so the entire game is useless to me and apperently he appears again (if he lived) in ME3.... <Insert extra rage here>
Beating the Uncharted games made me sad. Those games are fantastic in many ways. Those games are an adventure.
Well, I just hate when any great story ends, I always want more.
Do I feeel sad? I usually feel sad bwecause I know there will be nothing more about my favorite characters and nothing more about lore of this game/book.
About games what caused me to be most sad, I think it was Portal 2, Mass Efffect 3 and maybe TES Series.
Books? I think nearly every book I read makes me sad at ending.
At 10/8/12 06:18 PM, zttvs wrote: Red Dead Redemption, I cried, I wished I never finished it
so pissed i asked someone what the ending was before i finished it. would've made it way sadder.
i still haven't gone through undead nightmare though, it's just sitting there with half an hours play time.