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Submitted by FuzzyPixels 926d ago | opinion piece

The Most Romantic Moments In Video Games

The Dealspwn team each pick their favourite romantic moment from the pixels of history, and highlight some of the finest pieces of romantic storytelling that gaming has to offer. (Culture, PC, PS2, PS3, Retro, Xbox 360)

itBourne  +   926d ago
Whaaa, no way, I disagree on the Uncharted moment alone, the Uncharted 2 ending was the best ending I have ever seen in a video game. Hell, probably the best ending I have seen to a movie in the past 5 years as well.
Conzul  +   925d ago
Best ending, but the moment in 3 was more emotionally complex than anything I've seen yet in games.
mamotte  +   926d ago
I prefere the subtle moments.

In TWEWY, the second week, when Shiki discover that she was antisocial Neku's "treasure" for that week...

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