The lights are on
We've all had them. It may be the first time that you ever played a game, a really hard boss that you've finally defeated, or even getting an achievements or trophies in your favorite game.
Getting platinum in Infamous 2 and Uncharted 3. But I will never forget when I finally left vault 101 in Fallout 3 and saw the capital wasteland!
Doing a bounty hunt in Red Dead Redemption, and and living through the bounty's gang coming after me, my horse dying, and six bears coming after me. Never felt more badass in a game.
Starting Xenoblade and pretty much from the get go enjoying it.
Probably a lot more I can put down, that I'm just too lazy to remember.
Getting to the Citadel in Mass Effect. Just the size of that place, and the game in general, was unlike anything I'd really experienced. There were many more memorable moments in that entire series, but that was really my first "Wow" moment.
When Mother Brain grows the body for the very final fight in Super Metroid.
Uncharted 2's ending was really memorable
first time getting alert in metal gear solid lol
End of Halo 2 watching the cutscene where earth is being bombed...then the credits roll and I am furious that the game ended so soon.
Colonel Campbell's crazy freakout in MGS 2. Scared the sh** out of me and my brother, we thought we were being spied on or something.
Haha I know what you mean, for the longest time I thought I was glitching
it was recently actually. the ending to the entire ending of the last of us ####******SPOILERS*******###### having to fight off about 43 people on survivor mode to get to ellie and then kicking open the doors to find the doctors with her on the table...as soon as i opened that door i popped all those bitches in the head with one shot i felt like john wayne or clint eastwood. it was very memorable as well to find out that joel and ellie made it out alive together...hopefully naughty dog makes this a trilogy =]
Giving a speech in Mass Effect on the Normandy. Amazing.
I also finished the Last of Us and the ending is one of my most memorable moments.