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.