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I'm sure I'm not the only one who's found themselves playing a game that was just so good, you honestly hated to see it come to an end. I'm definitely not talking about multi-player or going back to "clean up" missions you never fully completed (artificially creating a replay value) - I'm talking about any game that has a dedicated single-player campaign that when finished, you're actually depressed that it's come to an end...

I'm currently playing Rise of the Tomb Raider at the moment (yeah, I know it's an older game - but the backlog of games I have sitting on my shelf that I have not yet played, is staggering!!!) and I find myself dreading that I know the end is eventually going to come. I'm so thoroughly enjoying this game, I wish it would never end!!!!

I felt this same exact way about Zelda: OoT and The Last of Us (just to name a couple of others) - I loved those games so much, I was bummed for weeks afterwards, knowing that they were over.

Tell me some games that you've had this same experience with - as I mentioned, I have a shit-ton of PS3, PS4, and Switch games that I have yet to even break the seal on, so hearing about games that you guys have enjoyed as much as I've enjoyed these particular games, will help me narrow down which game(s) I will be looking to play next...   



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I can put every single Zelda-game on that list



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Yep, Ocarina of Time.

Actually most of my favorites; KotOR, Breath of the Wild, all too short.



Final Fantasy Tactics. After I beat it the first time, I'm pretty sure I just started over again to work on a perfect save.



Skyrim. After reaching the 200h and having pretty much finished every feasible quest available, it gives you a strange mixed feeling of closure and emptiness. You have pretty much solved every problem you could solve in Skyrim, but you want to keep going...



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Persona 4 and Bioshock two games that bordered on obsession.



Didn't think you actually play games Talon. Thought collecting and coding is all you do. ;P

For me that game was Gothic 3. An insanely big singleplayer RPG that was my escape in my teenage years. I spent hundreds of hours in it completing every quest, collecting all special weapons and armor. Hunting as much wildlife and plants as I could find and at some point there was just nothing left to do but to end the story.

That game left a void that no other game has managed to fill and is also one of my drives to work in game development so I can make this game myself.



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well for me .. I hate the ending in games the most. because I know I'm near the end and then they start to drag on. at the end I'm annoyed or bored, especially if a easy game becomes hard only for the final boss or requires you to grind. only exception in recent memory was DmC which was too short and had not enough bosses for a dmc game, but I couldn't stop so I replayed it instantly on higher difficulty.



Probably both Red Dead Redemption games and Final Fantasy X. Also, Metal Gear Solid V, because it felt like it was missing lots of content (and all the signs point at this really being the case).



Persona 5, Skyward Sword, Xenoblade Chronicles, Breath of the Wild, Twilight Princess,



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