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kain_kusanagi said:
I cared about keeping clementine alive in The Walking Dead, but I don't really consider it a real video game. It and Heavy Rain are interactive entertainment, but not video games.

The new Tomb Raider was an emotional ride.

All the Mass Effect games are emotional and Halo 4 is as well.

Are the adventure games of old not video games? Like Monkey Island



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pezus said:
There's something to be said about the smaller digital titles. Quite a few of them really affect ones emotions.


Now you've reminded me that I have to play Journey.

 

And Flower; thanks to Badgenome who's always mentioning it.



Wright said:
kain_kusanagi said:
I cared about keeping clementine alive in The Walking Dead, but I don't really consider it a real video game. It and Heavy Rain are interactive entertainment, but not video games.

The new Tomb Raider was an emotional ride.

All the Mass Effect games are emotional and Halo 4 is as well.


How come you not consider them videogames?

You don't actualy play them. You only interact with them.



Majora's Mask. The way you interact with all the characters, their stories, how you help them... It really makes you feel connected to them. For me, no other game has done that.

Right up there too: Link's Awakening, Wind Waker, Skyward Sword, Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy VI and IX, Crisis Core, Fragile Dreams, Limbo, Half-Life 2 and it's episodes, Bastion, Metro 2033, among others I don't remember right now.



kain_kusanagi said:
Wright said:
kain_kusanagi said:
I cared about keeping clementine alive in The Walking Dead, but I don't really consider it a real video game. It and Heavy Rain are interactive entertainment, but not video games.

The new Tomb Raider was an emotional ride.

All the Mass Effect games are emotional and Halo 4 is as well.


How come you not consider them videogames?

You don't actualy play them. You only interact with them.


While a lot of things can be argued about Heavy Rain in this regard, you do play The Walking Dead.



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pezus said:
kain_kusanagi said:
I cared about keeping clementine alive in The Walking Dead, but I don't really consider it a real video game. It and Heavy Rain are interactive entertainment, but not video games.

The new Tomb Raider was an emotional ride.

All the Mass Effect games are emotional and Halo 4 is as well.

Are the adventure games of old not video games? Like Monkey Island

Monkey Island is an adventure game filled will puzzles and exploration so yes those are videog ames. Walking Dead is like a choose your own adventure book.



Wright said:
kain_kusanagi said:
Wright said:
kain_kusanagi said:
I cared about keeping clementine alive in The Walking Dead, but I don't really consider it a real video game. It and Heavy Rain are interactive entertainment, but not video games.

The new Tomb Raider was an emotional ride.

All the Mass Effect games are emotional and Halo 4 is as well.


How come you not consider them videogames?

You don't actualy play them. You only interact with them.


While a lot of things can be argued about Heavy Rain in this regard, you do play The Walking Dead.

Barely.



Aerth death still gets me the feels.



ghost_of_fazz said:
Majora's Mask. The way you interact with all the characters, their stories, how you help them... It really makes you feel connected to them. For me, no other game has done that.

Right up there too: Link's Awakening, Wind Waker, Skyward Sword, Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy VI and IX, Crisis Core, FRAGILE DREAMS, Limbo, Half-Life 2 and it's episodes, Bastion, Metro 2033, among others I don't remember right now.


DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD:

 

FUCK! You've reminded me of this game! This gem of a game! I was never unable to beat it due to a crazy bug, no matter what I did, right after getting kissed by Crow, then running around a bit the game freezed and could never progress beyond that point. It was a very beautiful, well-crafted game, despite its rough edges with the controls, which were floppy. How was the game? Was the ending good? The story was very, very interesting.



pezus said:
FUUUUUUUUUUUUUCK. The Walking Dead! criss reminded me of it, don't ask me why

AHH, that was the game I was thinking of, but I couldn't remember what it was called.  I knew there was another one that was emotional.