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KillerDragonX
01-25-2007, 12:57 PM
i think alot of ppl can agree with me that Areis's death in ff7 was one of the most saddest moments in video games

woogy
01-25-2007, 02:19 PM
omg i was so heart broken when she died....... i wanted to cry

Kawaii_Junkie
01-25-2007, 02:47 PM
This is one Iím probably going to have to keep adding to as they come to me.

-Yes, Aeris death was very tearful. The only problem was that I had already knew it was going to happen. (errr!) So, I was not as effected as much as I should have been. :closedeye

- For some strange reason I cried at the end of Fatal Frame 2.

-When I was about 12 I cried at the end of Tomb Raider: Last Revelation. I simply could not fathom that she could be dead. I cried for days. Thank goodness that was not the end of her. :happy:

-I donít know if this is sad as much as it is beautiful, but I almost always cry when I watch Yunaís sending in Final Fantasy X. :redface:


I will edit if I think of more.

jing fi is back
01-25-2007, 03:26 PM
I thought Sora in kh becoming a heartless was a little sad.
Also loseing Tidus in ff10 was hard for me to get over.

Nineteenth
01-25-2007, 07:17 PM
Seriously, the death of Aeris is not sad as hell. Only people with serious emotional issues or really bizzare fanboys actually "Cry" to it. Anyway, she got what Karma was gonna get her anyway.

Anyway, alot of videogames have deaths, ALOT OF THEM, far more "tearjerking" than the death of that bimbo, here is a rather interesting list list.

For fun, I may tell you how they died. Go out and PLAY videogames beside FF, you might learn something.


Sniper Wolf's death from MSG. OMG YOU KILLED SNIPER WOLF.. Whoops.. Spoiler.
Olga from MSG2. OMG THEY KILLED OLGA
Your death in the ending of R-Type Final.
Jack's Death in Robotech.
Your Fairy Friend from Guardian's Crusade, sacrificing herself to weaken the final boss.
The deaths of Mio , Maya, Miku Hinasaki and Kei Amakura from Fatal Frame 3.
Viola from Zone of the Enders, self explaining if you've seen it.
Jack from Nanobreaker...The tides turned, and many things were learned. Lol.
Miyako Kajiro's death, Kei Makino's , Tomoko Madea's and Hisako Yao's deaths in Siren, with the exception of Hisako Yao' sdeath, ( WHICH, I might say.. Is the funniest death ever.) are pretty sad. =p
Utsuki's death from Kuon.. Whoops, did I spoil something? Yes, she dies in a rather sad way, and you get to witness every second of it. = p
The Girl ( can't say her name since it is a major SPOILER afterall.) from Way of the Samurai 2, now; the death of Aeris has NOTHING on her death.
Fiona's death in Haunting Ground... Um.. Just saying she dies, is.. A total spoiler.



Saddest death of them all? Lisa from Silent Hill, without spoiling, no death in a videogame has come close to nor as questionable as hers.

KuroTan
01-28-2007, 10:14 PM
Actually, i didn't cry for her as much as i cried for the wasted materias that went with her.huhuhuhu...those 70 minutes i had to replay were so...damn...sad...but id agree that that is a sad moment, won't go as far as saying that's the saddest tho.ehehe.^^'

gunslingergirl_
01-28-2007, 10:21 PM
i agree, aeris's death was sad.o__O and even though, i just started to play ff7 for the 8th time over. im going to have to see it again for the 8th time. how cruel and unusal. but...ff7 is very addicting, you got to love it.

Luzifer
01-28-2007, 11:06 PM
The end of Xenosaga... I don't know why... but they way it ends is crushingly beautiful with so much sadness... a sadness of resignation. Not the weepy sadness. The teary kind. No. Its an echoing sadness. A sadness that is barely enough to cope with that leaves the heart humming like a tuning fork, the knowledge that not only did some people die but the others are being divided up never to see each other again. Perhaps in a future life. In another cycle.

Velvet_Nightmare
01-29-2007, 05:03 PM
Aeris' death in FF7 didn't make me sad, since I had it ruined for me before I even played the game T_T. Besides that, video games haven't been sad for me.

Andrew
01-29-2007, 05:16 PM
I HATED Final Fantasy VII. Most drawn-out game ever. And I didn't cry when Aeris died. I laughed at her stupidity in the game. How can you LEAVE your friends, and try to go play hero? This is what happens, when you don't work in teams!

Two, I think personally the most saddest moment in a game was in FFX, when Tidus found out about Yuna's mission, during the distruction of Riku's Home in the dessert.

megamanx300
01-29-2007, 06:27 PM
when Ganz dies in radiata stories

Kawaii_Junkie
01-29-2007, 07:37 PM
It would be wise to mark this thread as one that is full of spoliers.

I have just read things I wish I hadn't. -.-;;

KillerDragonX
02-03-2007, 10:37 AM
oops i really havnt thought about that, srry every1

Faceless111
02-06-2007, 08:43 AM
I HATED Final Fantasy VII. Most drawn-out game ever. And I didn't cry when Aeris died. I laughed at her stupidity in the game. How can you LEAVE your friends, and try to go play hero? This is what happens, when you don't work in teams!

Two, I think personally the most saddest moment in a game was in FFX, when Tidus found out about Yuna's mission, during the distruction of Riku's Home in the dessert.I agree that Aeris' death wasn't sad. But I disagree about FFX. Why? Because I'm too emotionally void to become encumbered by grief by video games. And plus, I hated FFX. It was just a stupid, sappy love story. At least FF7 didn't any pop-singing, kissy, touchy-feely elements in it. And people say that Cloud and Aeris were in love or something? I don't see that. In fact, most final fantasys games I've played were a blur. Just insert time into it and you eventually beat the game with little effort.

What was a sad moment in gaming history? Every time a soldier is killed in Battlefield 2. I feel sorry for them. I mean, think about it, these are people (some with families of their own) and you kill them! Then they kill you, so they partly deserve it. Plus, in that game, Americans are always the invading force whilst the Chinese and MEC are defending their homeland. I think that's sad.

KillerDragonX
02-06-2007, 05:58 PM
hmmm...i see ur point in that one, i agree on that actually, the games like Battlefield and stuff like that jus dipict on wat is really happening in the real world, except without the respawns and crap like that

Yu Yu Master
02-06-2007, 07:38 PM
When Nintendo lost final fantasy to sony

sasunarubishoujo
02-06-2007, 07:50 PM
They're video games I don't get sad over them. I have a friend that cries over evrything though and I just laugh...and laugh...and laugh some more.

Sagat
02-06-2007, 08:38 PM
Actually, I was pretty moved when Solidus Snake died in MGS2.. something about his ideals and him dying grasping towards that statue of freedom or whatever that got to me..

Rodimus
02-07-2007, 03:06 AM
If your talking about saddest moment in a video game, the death of Aeris in FF7 gets my award. But it didn't make me cry.

There was only one game that did make me cry...Yuna performing 1000 Words on the Thunder Plains in FFX-2

Daenerys
02-07-2007, 06:05 AM
I laughed when Aeris died.

The most recent sad time in a video game was the end of Rainbow Six: Las Vegas. The ending pissed me off.

mimichan1000
02-07-2007, 08:53 AM
I was sad when i thought Squall (F.F.VIII) was dead..
but when the flowers bloomed and during the credits, i saw that he was alive...
But with Faye Wong singing, it made me sad...

Firagabreak
02-07-2007, 09:57 AM
Sephiroth is so awesome. Thank you for killing someone who wasted my time and couldn't even fight their way out of a paper bag. Getting her final Limit isn't worth it.

Buruku
02-07-2007, 10:02 AM
I always got sad when my pikmin died...I felt responsible (which I was) you have to watch them getting eaten if you accidentally leave one out at night!

doggiez
02-08-2007, 02:40 AM
Metal Gear Solid Series

They have lots of sad moments and hopefully Snake don't die in MSG4.

Wolfwood
02-08-2007, 02:50 AM
areis in ff7 for me since i didnt know she was gonna die ^^; and the music was perfect for that moment and following fight. totaly emotional and cool

=[[Wolfwood]]=

MioAkaichou
02-14-2007, 08:41 PM
For me, it's Fatal Frame 2: Crimson Butterfly (Project Zero)
The ending where Mayu is sacrificed and becomes a butterfly and the way Mio killed her. I couldn't believe it! She must have been possessed! Afterwards, when she realises what's happened and is crying, chasing the butterfly >,< I must admit, this the only game thats ever made me want to cry. I got so attached to Mayu, I always wanted to look after her.

bakakame
02-15-2007, 01:35 AM
I know what you mean, no other game I've played comes close to how sad that first ending was. Mayu was annoying through the whole game, but still got kinda attached to her.

-Batman-
02-15-2007, 02:11 AM
Star Wars: Jedi Knights 3, Jedi Academy.

What was sad about it? The entire single player compaign.

ParaParaJMo
02-15-2007, 09:58 AM
The ending to Metal Gear Solid 3. Especially when they talk about how history will portray the boss and yet Naked Snake and those involved know the truth and that she was really a hero in her own right.

Asyuoli
02-15-2007, 10:58 AM
the saddest moment for me is in FF7 where aerith dies

it was so unexpected and i didnt want her to die! T_T

Aethereal
02-15-2007, 06:32 PM
I cried during the death of Aerith and during the 1000 Words FMV. Both were so sad and touching. ;_;

Khanxay
02-16-2007, 08:29 AM
Aeris's (Aerith) death was only sad because I didn't get to see all her limit breaks. And all those potions wasted just to let her die?!

Kit Katy
02-16-2007, 09:08 AM
I hated Teepo's Death in Breath of fire 3. It made me cry a lot and also Gaist made me teary eyed even though he was rather a side character.

bttr
02-16-2007, 09:09 AM
The end of way of the samurai I miss the old ways of samurai and ninja

Faceless111
02-16-2007, 03:32 PM
The end of way of the samurai I miss the old ways of samurai and ninjaWhich ending? I unlocked the ulimate ending where everyone wins and that wasn't sad.

kakashi the copy ninja
02-16-2007, 10:58 PM
How te lost Auron in FF10 was sad even though it was heroic.

bttr
02-17-2007, 06:36 AM
Which ending? I unlocked the ulimate ending where everyone wins and that wasn't sad.


Oh sorry I got bad end where:ooh::nono::ninja::confused::censored::rant:.

氷の動物
02-19-2007, 05:15 PM
Hmmm I'd probably have to go with MGS3, the fact that the player has to pull the trigger just blew my mind.

Also I cried after watching the scene in Shadow of the Colossus where you have to jump a canyon on your horse Agro before reaching the final Colossi... anyone who beat the game knows what I'm talking about.

I also usually get sad whenever I finish a game that I enjoy and has interesting characters because I know I'm going to miss those characters.

masterm
03-07-2007, 07:02 PM
well for me i have never cried for a video game but for me when farah died in sands of time was pretty sad. and when baurus died in oblivion i was kinda sad (yah you know if i followed him he might have not died ) besides martin,his father, and owyn in the arena he i my favorite character...he died by goblins

Anime is poison
03-08-2007, 09:15 AM
The saddest moment in gaming for me was when a Zelda sequal came out. That was truely depressing.

One sad moment was in Manhunt when Pigsy dies, that guy pwns life.

I guess if I had to pick a truely sad moment, maybe when you think your whole crew dies on Tales of Symphonia. I woulda said Aeris, but who knew that'd be the most popular answer. :closedeye

P.S. Final Fantasy 7 dominates society

Fiery
03-08-2007, 09:46 AM
Actually, I was pretty moved when Solidus Snake died in MGS2.. something about his ideals and him dying grasping towards that statue of freedom or whatever that got to me..

Amen. Amen, brother.

elfenstein
03-08-2007, 01:55 PM
Recently, I thought the ending of Xenosaga 3 was a bit touching. And another game, but I can't recall it quite yet.

Muchitsujo Akumu
03-09-2007, 07:23 PM
The saddest moment? Simple, it's when you save early in teh game, get soo far that you're almost done you almost beat it, you die...accidently turn off the system and you have to re-start. That is very ver very VERY! sad. That and the creation of Halo. Both very sad.

woogy
03-14-2007, 08:48 AM
Actually, i didn't cry for her as much as i cried for the wasted materias that went with her.huhuhuhu...those 70 minutes i had to replay were so...damn...sad...but id agree that that is a sad moment, won't go as far as saying that's the saddest tho.ehehe.^^'

That is one of the reasons i cried actually. I mean she was the weakest so i dumped all my materia into her:banghead: .............then blamo shes dead........... :ninja::unsure: no more materia...........

BoldMushroom
03-14-2007, 09:39 AM
It's been a while since I beat it, but... Silent Hill 2. James is a gentle character. At certain points in the story, I felt sad for him. Like he's carrying a significant burden by being there.

Then, when James gets to the hotel. The atmosphere of it, along with James' memories and musings, and especially when he gets to his room, I remember it being somewhat sad.

I'll definitely have to play it again, and see which ending I get. I think I got, arguably, the most bleak ending. I didn't like that.


Also, Killer 7. The scene at the Union Hotel, just before Battleship Island, was pretty depressing.

Drascin
03-15-2007, 02:11 AM
Lessee... I'm not much of an externally emotional person, but there have been some moments that have made me a bit uncomfortable inside:

-Tales of Symphonia: When people start sacrificing themselves to allow Lloyd to reach the top of the Tower where Yggdrassil is. Raine's and Genis's, especially, had me cursing at the bastard.

-Megaman Zero 4: Zero dies. OMG. Why is it that Capcom doesn't seem to be able to finish a saga without killing or "almost killing" one of the mains. Well, at least he went down with a lot of style, fighting desperately for those he believed in. Still, damnit. No more Megaman Zero = Sad Drascin. I loved those games.

-Twilight Princess: When Midna seems to sacrifice herself to stop Huge-Fireball-Ganon. Midna is the best feature in the game, and I loved her with all my soul, so, when Ganon came out of the rubble with Midna's broken helm in his hand, I was furious. EVA-01 in berserk mode furious.
Heh, poor Ganon, he didn't last two minutes after that.