Game/s you regret purchasing for the 3DS

#141WildkatbPosted 1/28/2013 6:25:26 PM
This > "I fully research the games that I purchase so that I know that I will like it. I'm really picky and cheap when it comes to throwing my money at video games! I'm very selective."

...and yet, I still willing paid $5 for Steel Diver. Oops.
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#142DDDDrovaPosted 1/28/2013 6:30:54 PM
honestly none
dont/cant buy that many games and i make sure i know what to expect before getting them
#143Doomion33Posted 1/28/2013 6:31:54 PM
I only regret buying Kid Icarus: Uprising because I've yet to play it after owning it for a few months. That $40 would've been nice to have right about now.
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#144Prince ShondronaiPosted 1/28/2013 6:34:55 PM
Just Fractured Soul. Not enjoying the dual-screen-swapping gameplay as much as I thought I would.
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#145TehTrumpCardPosted 1/28/2013 7:41:03 PM
Code of Princess

Dead online is dead and for all of the characters in the game more than half are useless monsters/villagers.(Unless the online suddenly became active from the digital release, but as far as I know, people aren't online).
Not to mention in-game items unlocked through versus mode, why!? Every now and then ATLUS makes a really crap game for the 9 good ones they've had before it...

Resident Evil: Revelations

Slow and flickery best decribes the actual gameplay for Resident Evil:Revelations. Is there any reason this game doesn't run as smoothly as Mercs 3D besides the slightly better graphics? Not only that but the online is very boring as it is literally story mode without dialogue and with "RPG elements." This crappy online wouldn't be so bad if the game didn't force you to reach the story points required to play the damn missions. This game is also painfully difficult to play. Not because the game is hard but because the controls aren't the slightest bit fluid, not to mention the shotty dodging, a problem I also have with RE3 which, without mastering will cost you many green herbs. Not even the atrocious camera (mind you the camera is controlled by the touchscreen) helps you out and it's almost always easier to quick turn then trying to use the bottom screen to rotate yourself. Is there a reason this works in KI:U but fail in this game? To top it all off, like in most recent RE games with partner AI (barring RE4) the AI is completely ignored and even though it's right there, shooting with you it's attacks never seem to work.
While the story for this side game is amazing the actual gameplay leaves a lot to be desired considering how well RE Mercs 3D played so well without any sort of storytelling whatsoever.
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#146hardknock55Posted 1/28/2013 7:48:59 PM
Heroes of ruin.
#147Plasma EXEPosted 1/28/2013 7:54:05 PM
Not really a 3DS game, but Punch out for VC (with 150 coins), considering they're releasing the same game on Wii-U for 30 cents in a few months><.
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#148JoeBudden42Posted 1/28/2013 7:56:14 PM
How you gonna regret getting Super Mario 3D Land?

That's like having a Wii and regret getting Super Mario Galaxy... I'll never understand some people.
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#149UratohPosted 1/28/2013 7:58:53 PM
Paper Mario: Sticker Star. Yahtzee said it better and more nicely than I could. This game's a disgrace to the franchise.
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#150aamotPosted 1/28/2013 8:10:55 PM
Legend of Zelda 3D. Partially because I've never been interested in Zelda titles, and partially because I bought it at full retail price lol
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