Tales of Symphonia, I really don't know why but the collaboration of everything at the end of the game with him being his father, the angels, and the girl. Yeah, thats pretty much the only one though.
A lot of games have gotten me emotional though, when I thought you wouldnt be able to save your wife in Alan Wake I got really bummed out. Hell, when pretty much you lose or think you lose the female in a game I get all emotional. Probably the gentlemen in me.
Erm theres a point in Persona 4 which kind of got me sad. This is the most recent time i ever got 'close' to crying, but i never cry anyway. Oh and a scene in FF7 also which got me sad again, i was slightly younger then so i was more receptive to emotional scenes.
I feel like this topic has been done before.
Nevertheless, Final Fantasy X caught me at an emotionally unstable time. I still get choked up, to this day, when I hear the music that plays when Tidus...
I nearly cried at the end of Schindler's List.
I nearly cried at the end of Schindler's List.So no, obviously.
I never understood why that movie brought people to tears. Don't get me wrong, I know its emotional, but when I watched that (for school) I had an intense hatred for mankind after.
(EDIT: read my post afterwards and felt it didn't get my point across. I don't know why people cry for that movie when they should feel disgust for what was done. I am just different, of course, but still boggles my brain.)
In fact, the sacrifice and perseverance on display in that movie left me with quite the opposite effect of yours.
I have been made to cry by a video game (not yet, at least). I can only think of one or two films that ever made me legitimately cry though. That said, plenty of games have reacted with me on a very emotional level. I can expect though that the likelihood of me crying is going to increase steadily as powerful storytelling becomes more important and is improved in the years to come.
I'm quite a emotional person, and there have been a few moments in games where I have shed some tears.
The worst was MGS2, Emma..
Oh gosh, Emma.... and when the parrot was talking... oh jeez I'm tearing up now...
The other instances were Nanako in Persona 4 and Galuf in Final Fantasy V.
Portal, when you realized there was no cake at the end.
Haha joking. On top of my head, it would be Metal Gear Solid 4. The ending had a lot sad moment that made my eyes watery a little bit. There, I said it. Boohoohoo! Another one would be Gears of War 2 when Dominic had finally found his wife and had to end her life in vain. That part was really sad.
FFX ending I got a little choked up, not going to lie.
and the VERY first time I beat Ocarina of time I teared up during the ending credits. Mostly because everything wrapped up so well but also imagining what a tragedy it is Link would have to live as a hero of a time he couldn't be part of, with memories that are meaningless to everyone in his time but him.
I can't decide if I'm appalled or embarrassed that no one has said Final Fantasy VII. I was young when I played it. You all know what part I'm talking about.
I honestly called my friend at 10:30 PM (big deal in...6th grade? 7th grade?) just to tell him what happened.
Aerith's death. Come on, am I the only person!?!