Life is adorned with both joy and sorrow. Video games are no exception. You might feel less happy about losing in Dead Cells or losing a ranking match. But anyway, things like that will pass quickly. However, if you really focus on the following games, there are some really tragic scenes that will surely haunt your mind for years.
Rikiya – Yakuza 3’s sacrifice
The premise of Yakuza 3 – when Kiryu Kazuma is trying to prevent his orphanage from being destroyed – seems to be enough to elicit the sadness in the hearts of gamers. However, when Rikiya sacrificed himself to save Kiryu from a bullet, his emotions broke even further. Rikiya considered Kiryu to be his brother and his death caused many people to be overwhelmed and emotional.
The Last of Us
The Last of Us is an extremely popular game and what lingers in the mind of gamers, in addition to great graphics, unique gameplay, are also the traumatic elements throughout the game. And the most prominent of them is the first scenes of this game. Because the military decided to “disable” anyone believed to be infected when the disease began, a soldier shot at Joel and his daughter Sara. Although Joel survived, Sara had a stomach wound and could not survive. Tragically more when this happened on Joel’s birthday and the way he wore the watch that his late daughter gave him, even if it was broken, it must have made many tough gamers fall. rate.
A Quiet Exit – Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain
Mission 45 in Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain creates feelings of regret and sadness for many reasons. After Quiet was brutally captured and tortured by the Soviets, she and Snake fought many tanks and armored vehicles to survive. Quietly injured, Snake carried her through the sandstorm. However, Snake himself was bitten by a cobra and passed out. Quiet so there was no other choice but to request aid for Snake. She disappeared when he woke up but left a recording to express his feelings.
Everything in To The Moon is sad
It doesn’t matter who you are – if you’ve played To The Moon, you’ll certainly agree with the idea that this game is a lovely but extremely sad experience from start to finish. The death of Johnny’s brother, or the promise between Johnny and River are the first emotional parts that no one can forget. Overall, despite its relatively short duration, To The Moon provides an immersive experience unlike any other game, and the whole challenge is an incredibly tragic novel.