History TearJerker / SaintsRow2

11th May '17 12:47:47 PM sally_mustang
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* The secret last mission, where you and [[spoiler: Julius]] fight together one last time against Ultor. It's just like old times, you and him shooting it up in his custom [[spoiler: Zenith]]. You think everything is forgiven, even [[spoiler:Julius]] thinks so, calling you [[spoiler:playa']] like a friend one more time before The Boss shoots him. He calls you a sociopath, and tells you--more or less--that the path you are walking down will doom you. [[spoiler: Then you kill him.]] The worst part of it all is that you realize ''he's right''. In a game that is all about goofy escapist fun, the seriousness of this scene can be a shock.

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* The secret last mission, where you and [[spoiler: Julius]] fight together one last time against Ultor. It's just like old times, you and him shooting it up in his custom [[spoiler: Zenith]]. Eiswolf]]. You think everything is forgiven, even [[spoiler:Julius]] thinks so, calling you [[spoiler:playa']] [[spoiler:'playa']] like a friend one more time before The Boss shoots him. He calls you a sociopath, and tells you--more or less--that the path you are walking down will doom you. [[spoiler: Then you kill him.]] The worst part of it all is that you realize ''he's right''. In a game that is all about goofy escapist fun, the seriousness of this scene can be a shock.
9th Apr '17 5:51:20 PM nombretomado
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* Jessica calling up ''The Mix'' to hear 'Sister Christian'. She mentions that it's "Her and Maero's song". The revenge just [[HarsherInHindsight isn't as satisfying]] after hearing that.

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* Jessica calling up ''The Mix'' to hear 'Sister Christian'. She mentions that it's "Her and Maero's song". The revenge just [[HarsherInHindsight isn't as satisfying]] after hearing that.that.
* The story arc taking place during the Ronin missions, starting with the last part of 'Road Rage' and ending with 'Rest In Peace,' are suspenseful and ultimately heartbreaking...and yet they still somehow don't compare to the end of '[[MoralEventHorizon Red Asphalt.]]'
* The secret last mission, where you and [[spoiler: Julius]] fight together one last time against Ultor. It's just like old times, you and him shooting it up in his custom [[spoiler: Zenith]]. You think everything is forgiven, even [[spoiler:Julius]] thinks so, calling you [[spoiler:playa']] like a friend one more time before The Boss shoots him. He calls you a sociopath, and tells you--more or less--that the path you are walking down will doom you. [[spoiler: Then you kill him.]] The worst part of it all is that you realize ''he's right''. In a game that is all about goofy escapist fun, the seriousness of this scene can be a shock.
24th Dec '16 6:18:33 AM Morgenthaler
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* The "Bleeding Out" mission where the Boss carts Johnny Gat, who'd been impaled by Jyunichi, to the hospital. The entire way there, you can hear Gat have a near-death dream where he's attempting to rescue Aisha, who had been killed mere minutes before. Even though Gat's a {{Badass}}, it was depressing listening to him believing he could still rescue the girl he loved.

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* The "Bleeding Out" mission where the Boss carts Johnny Gat, who'd been impaled by Jyunichi, to the hospital. The entire way there, you can hear Gat have a near-death dream where he's attempting to rescue Aisha, who had been killed mere minutes before. Even though Gat's a {{Badass}}, badass, it was depressing listening to him believing he could still rescue the girl he loved.
17th Apr '16 9:47:53 AM Sand_Drinker
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* The "Bleeding Out" mission, where the Boss carts Johnny Gat, who'd been impaled by Jyunichi, to the hospital. The entire way there, you can hear Gat have a near-death dream where he's attempting to rescue Aisha, who had been killed mere minutes before. Even though Gat's a {{Badass}}, it was depressing listening to him believing he could still rescue the girl he loved.
* [[PlayerPunch Red. Asphalt.]] Especially tragic is that the Boss, who never missed a moment to talk in the game, never said a word throughout the entire cutscene, and especially when he/she sat by [[spoiler: Carlos's lifeless body]], grieving for a fallen comrade. Anyone who says that the Boss was an uncaring psycho in the second game apparently never played this mission.
* Jessica calling up The Mix to hear 'Sister Christian'. Its "Her and Maero's song". The revenge just [[HarsherInHindsight isn't as satisfying]] after hearing that.

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* The "Bleeding Out" mission, mission where the Boss carts Johnny Gat, who'd been impaled by Jyunichi, to the hospital. The entire way there, you can hear Gat have a near-death dream where he's attempting to rescue Aisha, who had been killed mere minutes before. Even though Gat's a {{Badass}}, it was depressing listening to him believing he could still rescue the girl he loved.
* [[PlayerPunch Red. Red Asphalt.]] Especially tragic is that the Boss, who never missed a moment to talk in the game, never said a word throughout the entire cutscene, and especially when he/she they sat by [[spoiler: Carlos's lifeless body]], grieving for a fallen comrade. Anyone who says that the Boss was an uncaring psycho in the second game has apparently never played this mission.
* Jessica calling up The Mix ''The Mix'' to hear 'Sister Christian'. Its She mentions that it's "Her and Maero's song". The revenge just [[HarsherInHindsight isn't as satisfying]] after hearing that.
30th Jun '15 6:37:22 PM NervousShark
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* This troper was close to tears during the "Bleeding Out" mission, where the Boss carts Johnny Gat, who'd been impaled by Jyunichi, to the hospital. The entire way there, you can hear Gat have a near-death dream where he's attempting to rescue Aisha, who had been killed mere minutes before. Even though Gat's a {{Badass}}, it was depressing listening to him believing he could still rescue the girl he loved.
* [[PlayerPunch Red. Asphalt.]]
** What really got this troper was the fact that the Boss, who never missed a moment to talk in the game, never said a word throughout the entire cutscene, and especially when he/she sat by [[spoiler: Carlos's lifeless body]], grieving for a fallen comrade. Anyone who says that the Boss was an uncaring psycho in the second game apparently never played this mission.
* Jessica calling up The Mix to hear 'Sister Christian'. Its "Her and Maero's song". For this troper the revenge was just but...[[HarsherInHindsight Not as satisfying]] after hearing this.

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* This troper was close to tears during the The "Bleeding Out" mission, where the Boss carts Johnny Gat, who'd been impaled by Jyunichi, to the hospital. The entire way there, you can hear Gat have a near-death dream where he's attempting to rescue Aisha, who had been killed mere minutes before. Even though Gat's a {{Badass}}, it was depressing listening to him believing he could still rescue the girl he loved.
* [[PlayerPunch Red. Asphalt.]]
** What really got this troper was the fact
]] Especially tragic is that the Boss, who never missed a moment to talk in the game, never said a word throughout the entire cutscene, and especially when he/she sat by [[spoiler: Carlos's lifeless body]], grieving for a fallen comrade. Anyone who says that the Boss was an uncaring psycho in the second game apparently never played this mission.
* Jessica calling up The Mix to hear 'Sister Christian'. Its "Her and Maero's song". For this troper the The revenge was just but...[[HarsherInHindsight Not isn't as satisfying]] after hearing this.that.
19th May '14 8:45:14 PM DanGenesis
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* Jessica calling up The Mix to hear 'Sister Christian'. Its "Her and Maero's song". For this troper the revenge was just but...Not as satisfying after hearing this.

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* Jessica calling up The Mix to hear 'Sister Christian'. Its "Her and Maero's song". For this troper the revenge was just but...[[HarsherInHindsight Not as satisfying satisfying]] after hearing this.
26th Nov '12 1:00:47 PM ChrisHighwind
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** What really got this troper was the fact that the Boss, who never missed a moment to talk in the game, never said a word throughout the entire cutscene, and especially when he sat by [[spoiler: Carlos's lifeless body]], grieving for a fallen comrade. Anyone who says that the Boss was an uncaring psycho in the second game apparently never played this mission.

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** What really got this troper was the fact that the Boss, who never missed a moment to talk in the game, never said a word throughout the entire cutscene, and especially when he he/she sat by [[spoiler: Carlos's lifeless body]], grieving for a fallen comrade. Anyone who says that the Boss was an uncaring psycho in the second game apparently never played this mission.
26th Nov '12 1:00:25 PM ChrisHighwind
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** What really got this troper was the Boss, who never missed a moment to talk, never said a word throughout the entire cutscene, and especially when he sat by [[spoiler: Carlos's lifeless body]], grieving for a fallen comrade. Anyone who says that the Boss was an uncaring psycho in the second game apparently never played this mission.

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** What really got this troper was the fact that the Boss, who never missed a moment to talk, talk in the game, never said a word throughout the entire cutscene, and especially when he sat by [[spoiler: Carlos's lifeless body]], grieving for a fallen comrade. Anyone who says that the Boss was an uncaring psycho in the second game apparently never played this mission.
26th Nov '12 12:59:22 PM ChrisHighwind
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** What really got this troper was the Boss, who never missed a moment to talk, never said a word throughout the entire cutscene, and especially when he sat by [[spoiler: Carlos's lifeless body]], grieving for a fallen comrade. Anyone who says that the Boss was an uncaring psycho in the second game apparently never played this mission.
10th Oct '12 6:58:25 PM DJKing
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* Jessica calling up The Mix to hear sister Christon. Its "Her and Maero's song". For this troper the revenge was just but...Not as satisfying after hearing this.

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* Jessica calling up The Mix to hear sister Christon.'Sister Christian'. Its "Her and Maero's song". For this troper the revenge was just but...Not as satisfying after hearing this.
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