Sarah's death was the one that really got to me. Just the way it was set up, the way it happened, and Joel's reaction and what it did to him. That was his daughter. It was fucking heart crushing. Dom's death comes in close second.
Gears tops this list because You have to factor in play time. People had been playing Gears of war for years. Growing up with the characters across the series. It's like they killed a part of their childhood. Just like when Johnson died in halo 3 after fighting by his side for the previous 7 years of my life
nope lees death will forever be the absolute saddest death in any media. when I played through that last sequence i was fucking crying the entire time holy fuck.
Aerith's death in Final Fantasy 7. I went full ham on Sephiroth when I finally found him. How you like getting stabbed now bitch.
Of course everyone has their own opinion, but I truly believe that Sarah's death should be number 1, hands down, I haven't played gears of war so I can't really relate to doms death, though of course he sacrificed his life willingly to save his team and knowing he would be reunited with his family was comforting, maybe even the death of his wife and child was sad in the game, I'm not sure, like I said, I didn't play the game, but in the last of us Joel is trying to find a safe place to be, being confronted by someone who you think will save you and ultimately shoots at you, only for your daughter to be shot instead of you and have her die in your arms trying to do what's best for her, my goodness I've watched this scene many times and every single time the tears start flowing
Dude I'm calling shit, john marathon, and Dom were the saddest deaths because you actually played with the character and was around the character for a long ass time. John in my opinion is the saddest death.
I got one for you unless someone said it already, Lavitz, from The Legend of Dragoon. Jumping towards Lloyd, protecting his majesty, King Albert and then to be plunged by the Dragon Buster.
I was thinking Joel's daughter in the last of usJohn Marston death in Red Dead RedemptionAnd The people who u try to help in Dying Light but they still die
Mary Hedges, I told you not all video games are just senseless killing and stupidity, some have great writing that just tear your heart out and stomp it into the ground.
battleborn general gameplay seems to be full of sad moments, buying the game then the constant glitching or sadness from not finding queues that work or the sadness that comes from being picked apart by taunting prepubescent ars hats as you respawn after 5 mins of waiting time