Getting through the Fade and the Deep Roads were some of the least pleasant gaming experiences I've ever had.
ugh...the fade single handedly took a game that could have been a 9 and took it down to a 7, for me.
I know what you mean, you'd think in a place like the Fade they could've made something creative and bizarre, instead we get another series of go there, kill that, backtrack a lot, chat once in awhile, rinse and repeat. The only exciting thing was taking in people you've never taken in there before and seeing what their "dreams" were like. --- "I'm feelin' peachy keen, so f%@& you, and thanks for asking ^/.^"
For me fallout 3, i just got sooo depressed with the nuclear wastefield... i just wanted it to end and that was from my cheevo run era, and i beat mass effect 1 in a week in that time (after going for the acheviements in that game it began to feel like a chore and it burnt me out on gaming for about 7 months, seriously i didn't play my 360 unless it was to watch a movie, in that time)
I don't want to admit it, but I felt the same way about Fallout 3. It was exciting at first... --- You see... It's like I can have a leg in one hand and a BRERB in the other.
ugh yes and I have loved mmos in the past. Especially when there are limits one what you can do daily/weekly. You always feel like you have to log in to do some quest or raid/dungeon because if you don't you waste an opportunity. --- SSBB Emp FC - 4983-4589-2680 Southern Californian Brawler
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed on Sith Master difficulty. Especially Skyhook Kashyyyk. --- "In peace, vigilance. In war, victory. In death, sacrifice." ~ The Grey Wardens http://www.trueachievements.com/mygames.aspx?gamerid=71900