Top 10 Video Games With the Saddest Endings
John sacrifices himself for his family! A 1000 salutes for this true hero!
John fought so hard for his family and sacrificed his life for them.
Saddest ending ever
It's incredibly heart-breaking and can make you almost hate Joel...
I haven't ended the game but let's see
Saddest games ever
Most emotional ending ever
Same goes for the other 2, Darkness and Time.
We're not talking about overall sad story, alright, because this wouldn't really make into the list. This is one of those dungeon crawler games where you do tasks and get stuff. But this one's in the Pokemon universe (there's that), and YOU are the Pokemon (there's that too).
You work up your way with your partner. The first few hours of mission completing made IGN rate this game 4.9, because yes, AT FIRST (AND ONLY AT FIRST) it's feels repetitive. But after progressing through the story, it gets much more story-rich, and deep. As a Pokemon game, it's heavy with life lessons, and morales. The ending though...it scars my heart. In a good way, not a bad way. It's really sad, and really heartbreaking. Being a game which is targeted mainly on younger gamers, this would be one of those "first games" you play to actually make you cry. While Mother 3 also had a similar graphical system, it's not really advertised as ...more
The song wich is titled Don't Ever Forget is relaxing when taken out of context
But the ending always makes me cry! You're disappearing from the timeline to save the world!
I just cried
Grand Theft Auto and Heavy Rain being above this game is just crazy.
Get it higher
Pokémon is somehow higher? The ending was sad if you played the game
This whole game is an emotional ride You’ll see the people you cared for die one after another, until the main protagonist Arthur Morgan faces his inevitable fate. Probably the saddest ending in a videogame and the way Rockstar presented it is heartbreaking.
Arthur Morgan is my favorite video game character ever. Why did he have to die? I hope that in RDR3 (if they have one) it shows a younger Arthur.
Incredible game sad ending
these games mad me ugly cry
Okay, the pacifist ending is not sad, and the world is completely destroyed in the genocide ending. But in my opinion, the saddest endings are in neutral.
At the end of a neutral run, Sans calls you and tells you how things are going in the underground. In one ending, Papyrus becomes king (yay!), but he thinks all his friends (who you murdered) are on vacation. He just wishes they'd send a postcard. Sans doesn't have the heart to tell him what you did.
Or if you kill Toriel, in some endings, Sans will says, "I wonder how the lady from the ruins is doing. I haven't seen her. I wonder how she's feeling. *silence* Or maybe she's not feeling anything at all."
Super dark and sad.
Papyrus. Papyrus's death was just SO SAD "I- I know theres some good in you."
And sans. He- I can't say.
You end up fighting your own brother while your dead mother tries to get him to snap out of it (he was killed in the first chapter and made into a cyborg). Once he does, he kills himself to be with his mother. Afterwards, you pull the needle and a cataclysmic chain of events take place, restoring nature in the Nowhere Islands. Good thing everyone survived.
Saddest game ever, the ending blown me away.
Sad really sad
Heartbreaking and Human filled ending.
It's a bit gut wrenching at parts, at bits like some deaths of the main characters, and the overview of the city New Alexandria, but the ending is the saddest. You are alone. No-one friendly. No escape. The only way you turn out is dead. Damn that zealot who stabbed you! Damn him!
Well, a million lumas sacrifice themselves, in an e rated game, just how are mario games lying about there rating
Sad but happy too if you think about it
I never thought I would cry over a fictional character's death...
Really sad, true Friendship