New Tomb Raider (super boring all you do is shoot bad guys) BioShock Infinite (just walk around with Elizabeth - boring) Dark Souls (can't do combos and fly around like God of War) X-COM ( super lame character design and terrible controls) Super Mario Galaxy (one of the worst games Nintendo has ever released) Batman Arkham City (cheap knock off of Kabuki Warriors - they didn't even try)
That's about it.
DId I do it right, guys?
I did see a female Orc at Bellethor's General Store, buying a box of Redguards -RAGEface14, in a topic about Orc menstruation.
3D Classics: Kirby's Adventure (3DSWare) - First off, I love Kirby, so I bought this game (a few days ago) from the 3DS eShop. After purchasing this game, I went to Amazon.com and searched for Kirby games and found Kirby's Dream Collection: Special Edition (Wii) and seeing it was a collection and it had Kirby Super Star (which was my favorite game on the SNES) and Kirby 64 (which I've been wanting for a long time but I never had a N64), I ordered Kirby's Dream Collection and realized that the collection also includes Kirby's Adventure, meaning that I wasted $7 on a 3D remake of Kirby's Adventure for my 3DS. So yeah, I regretted spending $7 on a 3D remake before checking out to see if there was a compilation of Kirby games but I do prefer remakes over original and I can play Kirby on the go so I didn't really regret it that much.
Mortal Kombat: Arcade Kollection (XBLA): I loved MKII (SNES) so I bought this collection for 800 MS Points. But I didn't realize that the A.I. (Artificial Intelligence) between the console version and arcade version was different. The arcade version of these games (which are on the Arcade Kollection) are a lot harder than the console counterparts of these games. In Mortal Kombat II, Very Easy mode in the Arcade is the same as Medium mode in on Console. I managed to be the first MK game (which I never owned in my life) but I can't beat Mortal Kombat II or Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 (I use to be able to beat UMK3 [but it was difficult] when it was an individual XBLA title before it was removed off the marketplace).
Fable: The Lost Chapters (Steam): I had Fable on the original Xbox a long time ago and loved it but it no longer works. I later got Fable: The Lost Chapters for PC as my first Steam game when it was $5 during a Steam Sale and I have been playing it and enjoying it, but at some point, I stopped playing and never felt like playing it anymore. But I didn't really regret buying this. Anyways, I am kind of a collector.
Tony Hawk's Proving Ground (Xbox 360): This was one of my early Amazon.com purchases. I got this game as well as it's strategy guide. But just like Fable: The Lost Chapters, I enjoyed playing it for a little bit but then I stopped playing and never felt like playing it again. I guess I am not enjoying games as I use to when I was young.
From: darkness1018 | Posted: 4/5/2013 5:00:58 AM | #022
Sonic The Hedgehog (2007)
Actually, that game was released in 2006, not 2007. Sonic games that were released on 2007 were Sonic & the Secret Rings, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games, Sonic Rush Adventure, and Sonic Rivals 2 (and that's all I can think of).
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