RROD a few days before GTA IV's release. I was never so hyped for any game before. Fortunately, I also had a PS3 so I just switched my pre-order over to the PS3 version. Then I just bought the 360 version as well after I got my console back from the repair center. --- AAA Games Per Console (90+ on Metacritic) X360 - 48, PS3 - 41, Wii - 14, 3DS - 3, Vita - 0
#42DashCorridaPosted 10/5/2012 6:45:20 PM
The power went out during the final area of Persona, lost alot of time. I was not happy. --- If you don't stand for something, you will fall for anything.
#43almasbabyPosted 10/5/2012 6:54:04 PM
#44Afrotastic_JPosted 10/5/2012 6:59:01 PM
When my Mass Effect 1 and 2 save files were corrupted.
150+ hours, and I found out right after buying ME3. Had to play ME 1 and 2 again while ME3 sat there, begging to be played.
Besides that, losing my N64, or selling a bunch of awesome Gamecube games and not getting s*** back for it. (Thinking about you, Super Mario Sunshine!) --- "I... am... KROGAN!" -- Urdnot Grunt
#45corystrohPosted 10/5/2012 7:03:09 PM
When I had an entire week set aside to play games because my wife was on vacation out of state and I was on a week long break after finals, and then RROD... --- "Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy" -Ben Franklin
#46MT_TRAEHPosted 10/5/2012 7:05:58 PM
not having enough time to play all of my games, it's still my problem now and for the rest of my life --- The Metal Gear Series is probably the best games ever made.
#47Bryce528Posted 10/5/2012 7:06:13 PM
buying a new console or handheld and then after 1 month they would release a much better version with more functions
#48KyonshiPosted 10/5/2012 7:11:29 PM(edited)
Most people probably won't remember or even know what that is, but thats the worst thing ever happening to me in video games. Calling it a flop is still a weak definition for this "console".
At that time, i was 17 and it cost me 210$, which was a crapload of minimum wage salary at that time. Sega barely supported it, no developers wanted to waste money and time with this "thing". So years later, after collecting dust, i pulled it out of my wardrobe and sold it to a pawn shop... for 20$. I pity the foolish guy who bought it back. If they ever were able to sell it...
Other than that, i'd say my first PS2 that died right after the 3 months warranty went off and that my first PS3 power supply died the on the very day WipEout HD was released. I was ****ING M-A-D.
#49Greyfox995Posted 10/5/2012 7:09:25 PM
when my fat ps3 died and I got a new slim, all my data was basically lost and is now sitting away waiting to be transferred over one day..
#50HonestAbe73Posted 10/5/2012 7:09:59 PM
Lost my 100% complete SSB Melee file. All the trophies and everything. Also lost my 100% complete Sonic Adventure 2 Battle file. Mom threw away our Sega Genesis and the 15 or so games with it. --- I kill vampires.