Replaying the original trilogy before the release of Andromeda. I know the ending of 3 was bad but am I the only one who still gets a little teary eyed during some moments in the game?
the part right before the final battle on earth is surreal. walking past and talking to/saying goodbye to your squad mates -- some of which you were romantically involved with at some point in the trilogy, which took me almost 150hrs to play through -- was so emotional, especially in the midst of a very bleak london that has been turned to rubble.
Not at all. 5 years later, I still tear up at Mordin's death, Thane's death, Legion's death(?), the flashbacks before the final choice, and everyone crowding around the Normandy during the Citadel DLC ending.
"The Best." That line still gets me every time, without fail.
I'm also replaying the games, and I've found no matter how many times I play the series, I cry like a baby. It's hard to play such great games and not get emotionally attached. Every emotional scene and I'm gone.
Oh, I cry every time. Mordin's death, Legion's death, and especially Thane's death and the memorial service, all bring me to tears. Even in 2: Garrus's whole demeanor when it's revealed that he's Archangel always gets me. Also, when I romance Thane, every time he calls me "siha," just because I know what's coming.
Same here. I love it! Hope Andromeda brings us those moments as well.
Oh, you know what else has me sobbing like a child every time? When you romance Thane, the letter you get after he dies:
"I love you. If all else whispers back into the tide, know this for fact. By grace given me by the Goddess Arashu, I bid her divine protection to you, my warrior-angel, my Siha, to succeed in your destiny. To light your path through the coming darkness. To give you hope, when all seems lost."
I can't not read it in his voice. I'm getting teary-eyed just talking about it.
What do you think?