Most Emotional Video Games of All TimeThese ten video games will make you cry your eyes out.
A cool idea with simply bland execution. Characters are often unlikeable or one-sided, making it very difficult for the player to actually care about what happens to these people, which is especially bad considering the fact that this game's entire premise revolves around the actions that you take in order to create different outcomes. Also, despite being based around branching pathways, this game only has two endings, technically one depending on how you look at it, don't really think that I need to explain this. Now I could go on about the many plotholes and nonsensical story elements of this game, but I think that I'd like to save that for a more formal review later down the line. Anyways, in all accounts, I find this game to be far below average, but each to their own, I guess.
This game made me cry all the way to my therapist's office when Chloe died
Sounds like a pretty dark one
I wanna play this so badly. There’s even a sequel and a prequel, I’ve heard. :/
Honestly, this is the only game on this list that I actually find emotional, besides Mother 3 of course. The game's extremely heavy themes and black sense of humor make it a very harrowing experience, especially considering the fact that party members can be killed off if you're not careful. Even at save points you aren't safe, as party members can be kidnapped by gangs and killed if you aren't willing to pay a ransom fee. The story is also absolutely soul crushing, given our main character's past and ambitions, and how the game ultimately ends. I'd definitely recommend playing this as soon as possible if you're interested in having the most emotional experience a vidya game can offer.
There’s something so special about this game. It’s not just another game, it gives you their world and gives you their hearts and their minds and lets us connect with them in a way that no other game has. This game isn’t just about their life or about the apocalypse, it’s about their feelings and every SINGLE thought that they had over time. It shows you every relationship Clem has had with everyone she’s met. It shows you how even when life is absolute crap that you can get through it. This wasn’t just the walking dead... this was Clem’s story... this was her life. This was not just a game. This was an emotional connection to her and her friends. The walking dead will always be my favorite video game which will make me cry, laugh, hate people and forgive people. This isn’t just a game, it’s a life lesson.
Haven't played this yet, but I'm honestly not looking forward to it, considering the fact that I've heard that it gets political. Might play it once all the episodes are released, simply out of morbid curiosity.
NOO MY DOGGY DIED! 1! f in the chat top 10 saddest anime deaths or whatever the kids say these days
My diamond fell in lava
Now this game hits hard, probably not as hard as Lisa: The Painful, but still an amazing experience.
Hold the Orange Juice, and wait
Especially the genocide and pacifist routes
Dude buzz off I don't need you starting pointless arguments with me
Why is this not first you punk
Why isn’t this 1? Play Pacifist and Genocide. Boom
The gameplay focuses on emotions
OH NOO SO SAD CRY CRY CRY CRYYy ( spoilers in the end hammer bros gets stuck in that bubble that is right next to peach) CRYYY WAA
I could say the same for the first one as well, since they both end with the main protagonist dying in tragic fashion. But I think people bonded with Arthur's struggles a lot more than John's in the original, so I'm going with the sequel.
You get so attached to the main character. You actually feel like you're getting to know him throughout the game. (SPOILER ALERT) when Arthur dies, you'll feel like you just lost a friend.
The title. Enough said
I hated when gundham died.
In the finale, the protagonist has to tell a young girl that her presence will ultimately destroy the world and that she has to let go (die) in order to set things right. In her final moments, the two play together with her doll, knowing how this will end, before the girl ultimately lays down to rest on the protagonist's arms - forever.
Ending make me cry