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Discussion in 'Games' started by RogueZephyr, May 25, 2017.
Spore.... It sucked me in with all the hype and failed to deliver on every level...
Another game I regret buying; Castle Crashers.
First off, I don't have a controller. Second, None of my friends want to play with me. Third, all of the online people are either new or extremely OP.
I could have gotten a different game.
Have you played less than 3 hours?
If you start stalking my steam profile, I'm going to get very mad at you.
I'm not and I can't >:T
I really like Castle Crashers, but I played on 360 a million years ago xD
Another game I regret buying; Counter Strike Global Offensive.
Sure, it can be fun, but it's no fun when people always yell at you and there's a clear difference in skill among teams.
Overall, it's a major pain.
Same could be said for most PvP experiences, at least from my experience. That's why I avoid PvP like the plague.
Only PvP game I play is TF2. I don't play it as much as I have been playing other games recently.
Not so much of a game, but the Ouya took all of my expectations and my expected-to-release titles out the window.
Yeah, al those "out the system" consolés are often both a waste of money and time as third parties almost always avoids them as if it were radiactive or something
For Honor. If only because it cost 60 bucks and is barely worth 20.
It's a hard toss up between ESO and Life is Feudal: Your Own, both cost more than they're worth.
Edit: Elder Scrolls Online was a terrible experience for me. Was stuck on the tutorial level for a day, 'cause one of the NPCs bugged out and didn't continue the sequence. Then the questing/open dungeons. Hooo-boy. Trying to tag a quest mob while there's bots and other players farming a dungeon mob, good luck. The hype leading up to the dungeon was really good, until I went in and seen 7+ players just utterly destroying everything before I could even get my bearings. It wrecked my immersion; ya know, one of the major sellings points of an Elder Scrolls game. So there went 70$.
As for Life is Feudal: Your Own, it was just a buggy, laggy, hot mess that I bought for a friend. He was pretty into the RP part and I just wanted to play a game with him. 50$ later and a few drinks, it was a pretty good time. Went back to play it solo. Hell, to the no. I thought Warframe's grind was terrible...
Each time you die you lose a set number of levels on *all* of your skills, by a large amount at that. You're always stuck in perma PvP, and the tedium behind the grind was illogical and boring. Couldn't make a mine for metal, when the sun would come up, it'd bug out the server and crash it.
Was great romp drunk and with a friend, doing stupid stuff, but as a stand alone-game? It'd be cool as a free to play. 60$ more down the drain.
Because there's other games that I know which have a better story and better character,s and a better soundtrack.
I've never played that, but it seems to have a pretty strong following
Yes.Yes it does.
Another game I regret buying; BattleBlock Theater.
Mostly because I don't have an Xbox controller and it's confusing on keyboard.
I enjoyed Undertale. It isn't the holy grail of gaming like some make it out to be, but it was worth a 10$ romp imo.
There are indeed plenty of better games out there, but the hype made it bigger than it actually was, sadly.
Undertale is a good game but people saying it's the "best game ever" is a MASSIVE stretch.
It's decent, yes, but there's more games I've enjoyed for characters and for sound tracks.
Fire Emblem games have more interesting characters, and even VA-11 Hall-A has better music in my opinion.
Another game I feel like I wasted my money on was the first Witcher game. From the drab and uninteresting characters and monotone voice acting, to the just plain boring combat.