5 of the most romantic moments in video games – Game News

5 of the most romantic moments in video games – Game News

We’ve all cringed and moaned at romantic moments in video games, but when a romantic moment hits you, it really hits you. We all want to believe in love, whether for ourselves or for others, and there’s no other feeling in the world when we see the perfect romantic scene in front of us. Romance isn’t for everyone, but even the coldest of hearts can’t deny these five romantic video game moments. These moments are filled with so much heart and passion that even Gordon Freeman will find it hard not to have tears in his eyes.

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5. Choosing Chloe – Life is Strange

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Life is Strange is an LGBT-inclusive narrative game centered on the relationship between Max Caulfield and his childhood best friend, Chloe. The original title of the series was released episodically, with one of the final chapters giving players the option to ask Max to kiss Chloe. From then on, the game focuses on the relationship between the two women, cultivating the big final decision in which Max saves Chloe or saves her town. Anyway, the title ends on a bittersweet note.

4. Tidus and Yuna in the lake – Final Fantasy X

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The Final Fantasy series is filled with many romantic moments, dating back to the romance between Cecil and Rosa in Final Fantasy IV. Zidane and Garnet’s reunion at the end of Final Fantasy IX, Squall and Rinoa’s embrace in Final Fantasy VIII, or Cloud’s relationship with Tifa and Aerith deserve honorable mentions for best romantic moments.

But for our money, the crowning glory of romance in Final Fantasy is the lake scene in Final Fantasy X. The game slowly built Tidus and Yuna’s relationship over the course of its run, culminating in the couple kissing in Macalania. . in the lake. “Suteki Da Ne (Isn’t It Wonderful?)” plays in the background, the perfect song that sums up the moment.

3. Kairi completes the drawing – Kingdom Hearts

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Kingdom Hearts may have a convoluted story that’s nearly impossible to understand unless you’ve played every game in the series, but underneath lies a heartfelt story of bonding and friendship. Throughout the first Kingdom Hearts game, Sora sacrifices a lot to help save his friend Kairi, which eventually forces Sora and Kairi to part ways again. Kairi finds herself stranded on Destiny Island and sees the drawing Sora made at the start of the game. Kairi joins the image to symbolize that their fates are now linked.

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2. Ico’s True Ending

Ico is about the titular horned boy who travels through a mysterious castle with a girl named Yorda. The game focuses on developing an atmosphere and the bond between the two main characters. The game seemingly ends with Yorda sacrificing herself for Ico, who ends up on the beach. The studio’s other main title, Shadow of the Colossus, featured a similar tragic love story. However, Ico ends on a more upbeat note when the main character finds Yorda on the beach and she looks at him with a smile.

1. At La Luna

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Image via Steam and Freebird Games

Freebird Games’ To the Moon is full of deep philosophical themes and tragic overtones. To the Moon is about two scientists who attempt to fulfill a dying man’s dying wish to go to the Moon by manipulating his memories. As scientists discover more about the man’s life, they realize the tragic circumstances that made him want to go to the moon, including his troubled marriage and his forgotten memories.

The main theme of the game is how our emotions influence our memories and how important it is to have good memories. Although the dying man’s married life was full of conflict when both were alive, scientists gave the man a more joyful family life, culminating in the man landing on the moon with his wife, as he did to him. promised when they were children. It’s a bittersweet ending for the title that will no doubt leave many gamers in tears.


Brent Dubin
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