Your INSTA-NOPE games.
Every JRPG ever made with the exception of Pokemon and the recent South Park game. Just something about ambling around slowly in a large open world only to be forced into a thousand unavoidable battles that are equally slow and annoying because everybody takes turns attacking each other instead of using realistic combat tactics (I recently tried playing Lost Odyssey and Blue Dragon and they were both excruciatingly painful to play. I only got a couple hours in on Blue Dragon and about 20 minutes on Lost Odyssey.)
Uhh you do know there's a slew of RPGs that don't have random encounters right...?
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Dark souls. After an hour of playing I was bored out of mind and left wondering why people rave over such a dull, bland game. It's kind of ironic though, that a game about collecting souls could be so soulless.
Go back to your Call of Duty / Black Ops / Halo little world please.
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Final Fantasy VII
Donkey Kong 64
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
Super Mario Sunshine
Wave Race: Blue Storm
Crash Nitro Kart
Mario Strikers: Charged
Final Fantasy XIII-3
Any GTA game so far
Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance (GC port, after playing and loving the PS2 version)
Almost anything on PS3 (because of lack of polish and/or frame rate)
All war-themed FPS games
All "Lord of the Rings"-themed games so far
Lots of movie-themed games in general
Also, basically any modern somehow action-involved game that has problems with maintaining a stable 60 FPS is a contender, but if a game is really good in atmosphere, music, gameplay and other aspects like Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch it is salvageable :)
Consoles shouldn't be about 480p, 720p, 1080p or the prettiest slideshow.
They are about a magical box that outputs wonderful streams of 60 images per second.
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I was totally on board from the time it was announced. Then I played inFamous, which set the bar incredibly high for a superhuman open-world game, and I realized early on that Prototype failed to meet that standard. Traded it in after a couple of hours with it.
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Kirby's Epic Yarn.
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iSkadoosh posted...Dark souls. After an hour of playing I was bored out of mind and left wondering why people rave over such a dull, bland game. It's kind of ironic though, that a game about collecting souls could be so soulless.
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Even though I despise the entire line-up but love God of War, seriously, those games work well and are fun to play at least.
karlsolsom posted...Final Fantasy XIII. It's the first game in the main series that I could not finish, and I only invested 2 hours in the game. The fact that it spawned TWO sequels boggles my mind.
Even though the fans want a FFVII remake, along with SE just hiding Versus XII, oh wait, FFXV and delaying it up the ass.
The reason XIII sold a lot is because it got a lot of hype and there really haven't been that many FF games. But a big spam of KH games.
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This only happens to me with buggy games. For example, the Last Remnant: start, play, freeze, restart, play for a minute, freeze, restart, freeze at title screen...f**k this s**t!