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What game has the coolest intro cutscene?

SuperiorMirajaneStrauss

Official Terrarian
It starts with the Ave Maria song and the camera focuses on the beautiful scenery, with small petals falling down and the camera starts to slowly move downwards to a very dark small cave like place and then the song stops at a beautiful end.
 

Calen

Skeletron Prime
No question. Impossible Mission for Commodore 64.

"Another visitor. Stay a while. Stay forever!"

Nice and short — no waiting around.
Good choice. Did you ever play Hawkeye? It had interactive loading music, and I can still remember being impressed when a synth voice said "Thalamus" at the start.
 

SuperiorMirajaneStrauss

Official Terrarian
I would add the Hitman Contracts intro, but since this game in the series is very dark in tone and scary, and has a very dark atmosphere, the intro is VERY SCARY for y'all if you can't handle frightening sounds and imagery, I can handle it because I played this game before.
 

Chir'

Duke Fishron
I mean, it's kind of a series specifically about being a hitman, you know, a person who kills people for money.
 

SuperiorMirajaneStrauss

Official Terrarian
I mean, it's kind of a series specifically about being a hitman, you know, a person who kills people for money.
That what Agents do... Kill people for money, and doing their job, but they have a troubled past. Like Agent 47. The intro in Hitman: Blood Money is beautiful as mentioned previous page.
 
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Bethany

Steampunker
Good choice. Did you ever play Hawkeye? It had interactive loading music, and I can still remember being impressed when a synth voice said "Thalamus" at the start.
Doesn't ring a bell, but I like the interactive idea. Ah, for the 1980s, when people said "video games are dead"!
 
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