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1 Ever felt sad when completing a video game? on Wed Aug 15, 2012 4:04 pm

A couple years ago, when I completed story mode of Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Explorers of Darkness. I felt sad because my sidekick was disappearing, he was from the future and we changed the future by defeating a bad guy.

So have you ever felt sad when completing a game?


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I always feel sad when I complete a video game or finish watching an anime... I just want more!
It's different if I've played the game and beaten it once before. But the first time, you bet I felt sad!


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I always feel sad when completing Pokemon Red, it's just such a great game. Always sad when it comes to an end. Sad

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Felt sad when i finished the Black Ops and MW3 Campaigns, i just wanted more action


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I don't usually feel sad but when I beat persona 3 and 4 I really did feel sad as I got deep with the characters and was sad that I wouldn't see them do more.

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lol well not really a sad feeling, more like.. YEAH BUDDY!!!!!!!!! YOU DID IT! WOOOHH :3

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I don't think I ever completed a game... I used to get sad when I lost in Mario Kart though... (which was all the time)


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I hate when good games end, i don't feel sad though ;-)


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