Pokémon Movie 9 made me cry a little - there was a scene where one of the characters (May) was crying over Manaphy, and the thought of it (including actually looking at what was happening) got me a little upset. That's the only instance where I've turned 'emotional'; it's not normal for me to feel like that. Haha.
I must say that Okami's ending (on the PS2), was quite touching when during her final battle with darkness, Amaterasu finally regained her full powers when all the people, who originally saw her as nothing more than a wolf, believed in her as a Goddess at last. Most of the most amazing games I've played to date. <3
I really enjoyed the last several hours of Final Fantasy 9. They were emotional and I was very excited to see what would happen next. The final scenes were wonderful, too; and the game design team really did a great job at getting resolution for all the major character-plot threads.
The ending scenes for Final Fantasy 10 was also pretty powerful -- but I'd rather see a happy ending than a sad one! So. Yeah. Didn't quite grip me the way that FF9 did.
Forget endings- the ENTIRE GAME of Majora's Mask is emotional. It erupts with this unique atmosphere that's undescribable. Let's just say that if you pay attention to the game's details (especially the characters), you can literally FEEL the world coming to an end. It's incredible, and also the main reason I like MM better than OoT. The characters and world were completely awesome. Who didn't feel bad for everyone in the game who had to stop and come to terms with the fact that there was no way they could avoid their imminent deaths? Game over for the entirety of Termina, period.
I wouldn't quite say it got me teary, but pretty freakin' close. Bravo to the team on that game. Now I'm just ranting on how great it was. *Stops*
I usually don't get emotional over books, movies, video games, whatever, but I've had a few instances....
Stephen King's The Dark Tower books. Particularly a death at the end of Wizard and Glass. Also in the final Dark Tower book, I got a bit teary at all major deaths/departures and the actual ending. I never actualy cried that hard over any sort of fictional creation.transfer
I got teary-eyed when watching Spider Man 2 and 3. A lot of goose bump inducing scenes as well.
I know there's been no instanaces of me getting teary eyed over a video game.
Music has gotten me teary-eyed. Like A Stone by Audioslave. Boulevard of Broken Dreams by Green Day.
Well, there's a sampling at least, I don't remember every instance ha.