I'll give any game a chance, minus games like Rockband.
Not that those games are bad. I just can't play them. They're the only type of games that make me feel sick. I did play Guitar Hero 3 and enjoyed what I had played, but after a few songs I wasn't feeling right.
Tower defense games, spin-offs that aren't well reviewed, puzzle games that self-proclaim themselves as addicting, family style video board games, virtual pet games, fashion games, diary games, RTS, any games that feel like they were designed with 13-year olds in mind for their target audience (games like Boogerman), any new release from Square-Enix lately, MMORPGs, any games that force you to sign into Facebook before you can play, games that are ridiculously sexist (such as Rumble Roses XX), any single-player games that require an online connection at all times, games with gimmicky controls that aren't implemented well, games that proclaim they are 'retro 8-bit' when they are actually 4-bit or 16-bit or even 32-bit in style. That's all I can think of right now.
I avoid Racers, not because they're bad. But I get bored of them very easily. I avoid Sports games because I suck at them. I avoid Strategy games because while I like the concept I just can't get into it. I avoid anything turn based that isn't Pokemon (battle portions) or a board game, it just pisses me off for some reason.
"Please explain to me how a dog can help a blind person see the difference in 720p to 1080p in tv sets under 32"?" - NakedSnake1986
Sports games, if I want to play sports I go outside. These games lack story.
This. Why play Madden when you can grab a ball and go outside? Lazyness? Why play Fifa when you could play soccer outside? And don't give me a BS argument like "Why play CoD when you can join the army"
It's not the same. I mean At least a Driving game or flight sim has a reason. You can't drive most cars or planes without alot of money.
GT: KryDamoure *Insert cool line here * .............I'm a very shy guy........