Red Dead Redemption.
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I don't really cry over movies, books, or games, but I may get choked up on some parts. Some of the MGS games have choked me up in addition to Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway. Can't say that a book has ever truly affected my emotional state, except maybe the part where Jackson dies in "Gods and Generals" or the part where Lieutenant Dan and that chimp die in "Gump & Company." As for movies, "Red Dawn", all the kids get slowly killed off until there is the guy played by Swayze and the rest of those who were hiding in the mountains. Followed by that are "The Hurt Locker," "Mad Max," and parts of "The Watchmen."
I'm being completely honest here and if you want I can show evidence, I can trace my lineage back to George Washington, Meriwether Lewis, and Robert E. Lee through my great grandmother on my father's sides which leads to the Custis family, like the Lee-Custis house in Arlington Nat'l Cemetery and Martha Custis George Washington's wife.
I personally prefer the PS3 as I do not count PCs or Macs as a console since they have almost too many uses. I also have a Wii and Xbox 360 so I can quickly explain my likes and dislikes of each console. I enjoy the Playstation 3 due to the fact that the controller fits my hands nicely since the 360's controller has everything all over the place like the analog sticks and battery pack in my opinion adds unnecessary bulk to the controller and causes my hands to cramp up as a result. The 360's online features also leave something to be desired as I rarely ever go online and I end up having to pay for something I don't even use 1/5 of the time, and with the PS3 all I have to pay for is internet from Comcast and a Belkin router. Better yet is that I can watch both DVDs and Blu-Ray Discs for the price of one console. Besides these simple things and fairly minor details the PS3 and 360 are sort of like cousins in terms of graphics and games as they both offer absolutely amazing gameplay opposed to the Wii which I consider to be a huge flop as it can talk the walk but can't walk the talk.