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2012-04-25 10:20:55 AM

mamoru: What was wrong with Mirror's Edge?


I want to post the penny arcade strip of ME vs AC3 but am at work.
 
2012-04-25 10:22:47 AM

Vanis: List fails without...

[christaylor.8bitx.com image 460x276]

/hot like an electrified turtle


I still have nightmares where I hear that sound.

/BZZZT!
 
2012-04-25 10:23:17 AM
Not surprised to see Magic: The Gathering - DotP on there. The Karn deck plays several cards that are restricted or banned in tournament formats specifically because they are considered too overpowered. Archenemy mode is especially bad vs. AI (3 vs. 1) in which the Archenemy player gets that "random" scheme card that takes control of every single creature, which ends the game in a single turn.
 
2012-04-25 10:23:29 AM
My current rage inducing game is Devil Survivor 2. Game is super difficult to begin with, but as you get on in it, objectives will change mid battle. That game can be DS snapping rage inducing.

Good list, they have a Ghouls and Ghosts cabinet at a local bar, game still brings me to tears.
 
2012-04-25 10:23:32 AM

Egoy3k: They had some good ones on there but they missed a few;

Farcry 2



RLY? That game was easy, I felt like the predator stalking them.
 
2012-04-25 10:24:00 AM
QWOP beats them all in raginess
 
2012-04-25 10:24:04 AM

HeartBurnKid: I didn't play that game, but their complaints about it were that jumps are really unforgiving and snipers can headshot you from miles away.


Huh. Rarely had problems with the snipers, because as soon I knew they were around I stopped running in a straight line. In just about any level with snipers, it's not too difficult to take one out, get his rifle, and systematically snipe every other sniper in the area.

But, yeah, some of the jumps can be unforgiving, but it's really satisfying when you hit a groove and feel like you are just gliding through the level.

I'll agree it had its difficulties, but IMHO, it was hardly "rage-inducing". :-/
 
2012-04-25 10:26:14 AM

Egoy3k: They had some good ones on there but they missed a few;

Farcry 2

Awesome idea, great graphics, really cool environments, absolutely ruined by packs and insane enemies who, despite being militia in some 3rd world African nation seem to be equipped with man portable radar and surveillance gear. They put a lot of work into creating a great environment then filled it with enemies who make it impossible to move around for more than 3 seconds without being in a desperate firefight and having to repair your damn jeep again. This one angers me more than any other because it's so close to being good and so far away at the same time.


Dear God Far Cry 2 made me quit several times. I bought the ghillie suit for sniping and the second I shot. The enemies knew where I was and were able to shoot me from an incredible distance with AKs.

The list itself I take it has the unwritten rule of only 1 game per franchise. Cause Ninja Gaiden was all about being incredibly hard. Same with Castlevania and Dark Soul / Demon Soul.

Hardest game I have ever played that made me want to play yet not want to play was Demon Soul. The levels scared me so often. But I wanted to continue playing it. And the final boss battle on world 3 was the one boss I hated the most because it was not your standard NPC Vs Player battle. It was a PvP battle.
 
2012-04-25 10:27:49 AM
I know I know, I suck at video games and it was probably a super easy game, but when I used to try to play "Commandos: Behind Enemy Lines" (I think that is what it was called) goddamn if I could ever even get onto the island in the first level without those goddamn Nazis seeing me.

/Or Russians or whatever those guys were.
 
2012-04-25 10:28:16 AM

CPennypacker: Vanis: List fails without...

[christaylor.8bitx.com image 460x276]

/hot like an electrified turtle

Was there anything in that game after that or was it some kind of end level unwinnable cruel joke?


I think I made it to the technodrome...once.
Of course that could have just been a rage induced hallucination.
 
2012-04-25 10:28:49 AM
I haven't played DOTA 2, but I did started on the original mod, and I play League of Legends.

It's exactly the same shiat as described in dota 2. I think Ctrl + Alt + Del did a fine webcomic stating that all the vitriol actually holds the servers together.
 
2012-04-25 10:29:30 AM

mamoru: What was wrong with Mirror's Edge? That game was frakkin' awesome. Not perfect, but it's main flaw to me was that it was too short and didn't properly introduce you to the world before throwing you into the main story of the game. They should have had a few missions where you actually act as a courier and deliver some packages while dodging the authorites before you get into the main plot.

But otherwise, it was really frakkin' nice to play a First Person game where YOU ACTUALLY HAVE LEGS! (and a torso) I get pretty sick of playing characters that are only floating arms and guns. Granted, it was part of the main point of the game, but Mirror's Edge did a better job of making an FPS character feel like a body moving through the world than any other FPS I've ever played.


Crap I forgot I never finished this. I'll have to find some time.
 
2012-04-25 10:30:26 AM

Vanis: CPennypacker: Vanis: List fails without...

[christaylor.8bitx.com image 460x276]

/hot like an electrified turtle

Was there anything in that game after that or was it some kind of end level unwinnable cruel joke?

I think I made it to the technodrome...once.
Of course that could have just been a rage induced hallucination.


Same. If you played that game over and over and over again, you "might" make it to the technodrome. I got there a few times when I was a kid, and that was probably due to having basically no nintendo games, so the ones I did have I would just play over and over again.
 
2012-04-25 10:31:26 AM

mamoru: DemonEater:
What was wrong with Mirror's Edge? That game was frakkin' awesome. Not perfect, but it's main flaw to me was that it was too short and didn't properly introduce you to the world before throwing you into the main story of the game. They should have had a few missions where you actually act as a courier and deliver some packages while dodging the authorites before you get into the main plot.

But otherwise, it was really frakkin' nice to play a First Person game where YOU ACTUALLY HAVE LEGS! (and a torso) I get pretty sick of playing characters that are only floating arms and guns. Granted, it was part of the main point of the game, but Mirror's Edge did a better job of making an FPS character feel like a body moving through the world than any other FPS I've ever played.

IMHO.


I'm with you on that one. I hear the main complaint was moving through the world could be too complicated button wise. I like this kind of game play as it isn't one button do all. It was fun to do the gun without using a gun too, which you cannot say about most fps.

If you liked this game, you probs liked Breakdown...the most underrated game ever imo.
 
2012-04-25 10:31:33 AM

grinding_journalist: Thrilled to see Puzzle Quest on there. I absolutely detest games that the AI has to "cheat" at just to beat you once you get good. Oh, you needed that one piece of that one color to complete a one-shot-kill combo? Well, it just so happens that that's the "random" piece that just dropped!

Every. Single. Time.

I have it on DS and will occasionally dig it out of the case when I'm sitting in an airport, and after 5 minutes I'm putting it back away, recalling why I never play it anymore.


Huh? Puzzle Quest has some spell/ability combos that make it extremely easy to wipe out an enemy, and if you do all of the side quests than the main boss is a breeze. Aside from the AI getting 'lucky' when it's losing, the game is easy.

Galactrix and the gates you need to constantly open on the other hand...

Been playing Trials Evolution, and the extreme tracks usually end up with me hitting a barrier I can't get past, failing over and over while swearing loudly each time I barely miss, then maybe getting past it or rage quitting. The button to start the race all over again is right near the joystick, and I've hit it by accident twice now erasing all my progress.

Rage was induced.
 
2012-04-25 10:31:47 AM

mamoru: DemonEater: 19. Super Meat Boy
18. Stuntman
17. Ninja Gaiden Black
16. Super Ghouls 'n' Ghosts
15. Dark Souls
14. Bit.Trip Runner
13. DOTA 2
12. Devil May Cry 3
11. Call of Duty: MW3
10. F-Zero GX
9. Magic the Gathering: Duels of the Planeswalkers
8. Mirror's Edge
7. Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3
6. Battletoads
5. Mario Kart 7
4. Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords
3. Castlevania
2. Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3
1. Super Empire Strikes Back

Thanks for posting the list. :)

What was wrong with Mirror's Edge? That game was frakkin' awesome. Not perfect, but it's main flaw to me was that it was too short and didn't properly introduce you to the world before throwing you into the main story of the game. They should have had a few missions where you actually act as a courier and deliver some packages while dodging the authorites before you get into the main plot.

But otherwise, it was really frakkin' nice to play a First Person game where YOU ACTUALLY HAVE LEGS! (and a torso) I get pretty sick of playing characters that are only floating arms and guns. Granted, it was part of the main point of the game, but Mirror's Edge did a better job of making an FPS character feel like a body moving through the world than any other FPS I've ever played.

IMHO.


The most rage inducing thing about Mirror's Edge for me wasn't due to the game but my PS3 farked out on me right at the last scene. Literally all I had to do to beat the game was walk through the door onto the helipad. And my PS3 died on me. and that server room was annoying but I managed to make it through.
 
2012-04-25 10:33:43 AM

thecpt: Egoy3k: They had some good ones on there but they missed a few;

Farcry 2



RLY? That game was easy, I felt like the predator stalking them.


I had the same experience. I found it too easy as a shooter though the long transit times was agrivating. I rarely ever got killed at a checkpoint. Just blow through, get a mile down the road, get out and behind cover and take out the jeep that always follows.

Might be a pc vs console thing.
 
2012-04-25 10:35:19 AM
Why does this list contain vs. games? Games that are vs. people are always rage inducing and should not be included. Also there's no reason to list DOTA2, but not list League of Legends or Starcraft and there's certainly no reason to list MvC3 over Guilty Gear.
 
2012-04-25 10:38:38 AM

Saiga410: thecpt: Egoy3k: They had some good ones on there but they missed a few;

Farcry 2



RLY? That game was easy, I felt like the predator stalking them.

I had the same experience. I found it too easy as a shooter though the long transit times was agrivating. I rarely ever got killed at a checkpoint. Just blow through, get a mile down the road, get out and behind cover and take out the jeep that always follows.

Might be a pc vs console thing.


I had no problem gunning down a checkpoint. The issues were that the enemies were to alert and to accurate for their own good. I posted a big headache I had with it earlier. The big issues were respawning enemies and the fact that they knew where you were no matter what.
 
2012-04-25 10:38:39 AM

Saiga410:
Might be a pc vs console thing.


I had it on pc, seemed like it was necessary for the graphics and immersion which were great; throwing a malatov in the dry grass could entertain me for dozens of minutes alone.
 
2012-04-25 10:38:50 AM

degenerate-afro: Why does this list contain vs. games? Games that are vs. people are always rage inducing and should not be included. Also there's no reason to list DOTA2, but not list League of Legends or Starcraft and there's certainly no reason to list MvC3 over Guilty Gear.


Actually I take that back, if you want to have a rage inducing fighting game, look no further than Krizlid from KOF 99 or Mizuki from Samurai Shodown 2. Both of those farkers made me throw my controller against a wall. SNK bosses are generally rage inducing.
 
2012-04-25 10:38:54 AM
Mario Andretti's Racing Challenge. Never so much rage at a game.

After moving finally moving up to NASCAR circuit, you would hit the championship at Daytona. On that big tri-oval you could break away from the pack and run flat out at about 210MPH on the entire thing, never letting up off the gas. Career mode had you doing something like 50 or 75 laps of this thing, so it was a time investment. So you would sit down, and get into the grove, move through traffic and set yourself up for the long haul.

So when you hit about 5 laps left, you get to feeling good that you're going win. They you see it. Some car in the pack on the opposite side of the track just start blowing by other cars. You see it approach in your rear view mirror. Your are flat out at 210ish and this car is just flying by everyone. You try to out manuauver it, but that just slows you down and puts you out of the best line. It passes you, gains about 3 car lengths on you and then farking matches speed with you. At this time, there is about 2 laps to go and you are flat out, no traffic coming up and no way to gain more speed to pass this farker. So you coming second.

Every
Farking
Time.
 
2012-04-25 10:39:10 AM
Didn't see Master of Orion 3 on there, but the list looked like it was console only.
 
2012-04-25 10:40:43 AM

Giltric: Meh the thing that pisses me off about MW3 is that some guy with a 400ms ping has the advantage over someone pinging 40ms. Players even set their networks up to lag so the built in "lag compensation" in mw3 makes them impossible to hit or get the drop on.


All lies, just admit it you suck at the game. Frankly I hate MW3, played for a month then stopped. Black Ops was much better and easier to play.
 
2012-04-25 10:41:43 AM
I just realized if you are going to toss PvP games in there. Then you need to throw Oddjob in there from Goldeneye! Everyone knows that when a player picks him... You are bond to break your controller because its a dick move.
 
2012-04-25 10:42:16 AM

wingnut396: Mario Andretti's Racing Challenge. Never so much rage at a game.

After moving finally moving up to NASCAR circuit, you would hit the championship at Daytona. On that big tri-oval you could break away from the pack and run flat out at about 210MPH on the entire thing, never letting up off the gas. Career mode had you doing something like 50 or 75 laps of this thing, so it was a time investment. So you would sit down, and get into the grove, move through traffic and set yourself up for the long haul.

So when you hit about 5 laps left, you get to feeling good that you're going win. They you see it. Some car in the pack on the opposite side of the track just start blowing by other cars. You see it approach in your rear view mirror. Your are flat out at 210ish and this car is just flying by everyone. You try to out manuauver it, but that just slows you down and puts you out of the best line. It passes you, gains about 3 car lengths on you and then farking matches speed with you. At this time, there is about 2 laps to go and you are flat out, no traffic coming up and no way to gain more speed to pass this farker. So you coming second.

Every
Farking
Time.


Haven't played that one but I've played enough racing games to know they suck when they cheat. Yes even you Mario Kart.
 
2012-04-25 10:43:27 AM
My cat says "Wu-Tang: Shaolin Style - aka Wu-Tang: Taste the Pain" on the PS1 was the most frustrating game I ever played. Poor cat.
 
2012-04-25 10:43:41 AM

TNel: Giltric: Meh the thing that pisses me off about MW3 is that some guy with a 400ms ping has the advantage over someone pinging 40ms. Players even set their networks up to lag so the built in "lag compensation" in mw3 makes them impossible to hit or get the drop on.

All lies, just admit it you suck at the game. Frankly I hate MW3, played for a month then stopped. Black Ops was much better and easier to play.


I had that issue on several online multiplayer games. MAG, BF and CoD were the worse. I would snipe someone and their character disappears only to be shot by them 2 seconds later.
 
2012-04-25 10:45:10 AM
Glad to see the original Stuntman. Man, that was a punishing game. I loved it, though. Never did clear the 007 stages....

As for the person who mentioned Superman 64. There's a difference between a game being difficult intentionally and a game being difficult because it was broken. Superman 64 is just flat out a broken, awful game.
 
2012-04-25 10:47:30 AM
In E.T. for the 2600, once you have assembled the communicator you have to go to the proper random spot on the screen, summon the ship, then wait for it to arrive. Before the FBI agent or the doctor show up. On any difficulty harder than the setting for babies, they pursue you incessantly and are only offscreen for about 2 seconds at a time.

Also, the pits. Endless pits everywhere.
 
2012-04-25 10:49:25 AM

DubyaHater: Also, the first Mass Effect. My mistake was playing Mass Effect 2 and 3 first. The first Mass Effect seems archaic and the save points piss me off. I could be 3/4 through a mission, die, then have to start all over. I'm trying to enjoy it, but it's difficult


This.

Gameplay-wise: ME3, ME2, ME1
Story-wise: ME1, ME3 minus the last mission, ME2 (mostly by virtue of the main plot being a disjointed mess), ..................................................., last mission of ME3

/And now that the leaks are out, sigh.
//So there was supposed to be a suicide-mission style thing where you could assign your war assets for the last mission.
///At the moment, I'm blaming EA 60% and the top guys at Bioware who had to cram stuff in at the last minute 40%.
////Bioware the company is emerging surprisingly well from the debacle in my eyes.
 
2012-04-25 10:49:47 AM
Some video games were made by people who understood war.

Others came later that were made by people who thought war was like a video game.
 
2012-04-25 10:51:09 AM
imgs.xkcd.com

Oblig
 
2012-04-25 10:52:40 AM
I have to say Super Meat Boy does not belong on that list. It's super hard, but I can count on one hand the number of cheap "GOTCHA!" moments that the game has so I never really got angry because my defeat could be overcome by tenacity and skill; not luck and seeing into the future.
 
2012-04-25 10:53:44 AM

thecpt: mamoru: DemonEater:
What was wrong with Mirror's Edge? That game was frakkin' awesome. Not perfect, but it's main flaw to me was that it was too short and didn't properly introduce you to the world before throwing you into the main story of the game. They should have had a few missions where you actually act as a courier and deliver some packages while dodging the authorites before you get into the main plot.

But otherwise, it was really frakkin' nice to play a First Person game where YOU ACTUALLY HAVE LEGS! (and a torso) I get pretty sick of playing characters that are only floating arms and guns. Granted, it was part of the main point of the game, but Mirror's Edge did a better job of making an FPS character feel like a body moving through the world than any other FPS I've ever played.

IMHO.

I'm with you on that one. I hear the main complaint was moving through the world could be too complicated button wise. I like this kind of game play as it isn't one button do all. It was fun to do the gun without using a gun too, which you cannot say about most fps.

If you liked this game, you probs liked Breakdown...the most underrated game ever imo.


Since we are talking about Breakdown and Mirrors Edge, i just wanted to throw Zeno Clash into the conversation as well. Like a first person Double Dragon.
 
2012-04-25 10:57:23 AM

PC LOAD LETTER: QWOP beats them all in raginess


You'd probably agree #1 deserved the win in this Photoplasty. (pops)
 
2012-04-25 10:58:29 AM
Fester's Quest for the NES.

You died, you started all the way back at the beginning. If I remembered from the commercials, they used that as a selling point....
 
2012-04-25 10:58:38 AM
Grand Theft Auto 3/Tomb Raider timed missions. I hate timed missions.

Also, some of the older EA sports titles (NHL/Madden) where the AI would cheat if you have too big of a lead.
Nothing pissed me off more than all of a sudden, the CPU team would be uncheckable and score mad goals from the redline, or in Madden, you'd start fumbling the ball and their running back turned into the Incredible Hulk.
 
2012-04-25 10:59:44 AM
Ikaruga is the most diabolically hard game I've ever played.
 
2012-04-25 11:00:32 AM
All I have to say is this:

To the writer of the article,

"Haypenny" is not a word. You may have been reaching for "ha'penny", an old English term referring to a half-penny, but it's not in common usage in the States, and most of us over here have no idea what you're talking about when you throw that word around. Either way, if "ha'penny" was what you were going for, you spelled it wrong. There is simply no word in the Dictionary spelled "haypenny."

And so I say this to you: Stop trying to use words you don't really understand or know how to spell, or at least set up a browser tab linking to http://dictionary.com/ so you can avoid this sort of thing in the future.

And since I know you're a video game journalist, I'm going add one more thing: Strike the words "a mixed bag" out of your vocabulary if you want me to take you seriously. You may not have used it this time (or maybe you did. I stopped reading at "haypenny.") but I know, you being what you are, that you do use it all-too-frequently, like the rest of your video game journalist pals who write like you're all copying from each other's essays.
 
2012-04-25 11:01:57 AM

ZeroCorpse: All I have to say is this:

To the writer of the article,

"Haypenny" is not a word. You may have been reaching for "ha'penny", an old English term referring to a half-penny, but it's not in common usage in the States, and most of us over here have no idea what you're talking about when you throw that word around. Either way, if "ha'penny" was what you were going for, you spelled it wrong. There is simply no word in the Dictionary spelled "haypenny."

And so I say this to you: Stop trying to use words you don't really understand or know how to spell, or at least set up a browser tab linking to http://dictionary.com/ so you can avoid this sort of thing in the future.

And since I know you're a video game journalist, I'm going add one more thing: Strike the words "a mixed bag" out of your vocabulary if you want me to take you seriously. You may not have used it this time (or maybe you did. I stopped reading at "haypenny.") but I know, you being what you are, that you do use it all-too-frequently, like the rest of your video game journalist pals who write like you're all copying from each other's essays.


I'm thinking you should skip your fifth cup of coffee this morning.
 
2012-04-25 11:04:03 AM
Things that are rage inducing? How about slideshows on websites which seem to think it's a good idea to use 49861095 scripts so that you have no idea which one you have to allow to even *get* to the farking slideshow? And no, I am not going through and allowing them one at a time just so I can see your crappy pictures. Not only is it a pain in the ass, there's a *reason* I installed noscript in the first place - I don't *want* to allow all of the random crap you think it's funny to put on your website to run (even assuming there's nothing actively malicious there).

As for the topic, lol@ any modern health-regen-mass-checkpoints-etc FPS being on there. Try an old school shooter sometime - anyone remember the original dark forces? Conveyor belt puzzles that dumped you into minefields if you missed, insta-death compactor puzzles, split-second timing jumping puzzles in general, endless pits (that you had to jump over) out the wazoo, facing 311895 kell dragons with just your fists, etc? And if you got hit, if you can't find a medkit/shield unit you'll just have to suck it up. Oh, and limited lives.

/should dig out that CD and see if I can get it working on dosbox, that was an awesome game
 
2012-04-25 11:06:04 AM

LaBlueSkuld: I have to say Super Meat Boy does not belong on that list. It's super hard, but I can count on one hand the number of cheap "GOTCHA!" moments that the game has so I never really got angry because my defeat could be overcome by tenacity and skill; not luck and seeing into the future.


It builds skill gently, so you feel awesome the whole time. Truly a great game. No I haven't beaten the last level ever.
 
2012-04-25 11:06:19 AM

Gunderson: Grand Theft Auto 3/Tomb Raider timed missions. I hate timed missions.

Also, some of the older EA sports titles (NHL/Madden) where the AI would cheat if you have too big of a lead.
Nothing pissed me off more than all of a sudden, the CPU team would be uncheckable and score mad goals from the redline, or in Madden, you'd start fumbling the ball and their running back turned into the Incredible Hulk.


Sports games in general have that problem. Well at least back when I played them. The NHL 2K series was notorious for cheap bs. My favorite was whenever there was a loose puck around the net the other team always, ALWAYS, got it. You'd have all three forwards at the blue paint swinging away and suddenly in swoops a defenseman who pokes at it and suddenly there's an odd man rush the other way. Worst part was it didn't matter what the score was.
 
2012-04-25 11:07:06 AM
the closest i ever came to throwing a controller was playing project gotham racing 2 on platinum difficulty on the xbox. i was finishing the nordschleife race, which is about an 8-minute real-time race. i had the finish line in sight when an AI car hit my left rear, sending me careening into the weeds.

it still grinds my gears to think about it!
 
2012-04-25 11:08:04 AM
Radiant Silvergun. An autistic Korean teenage virgin can't beat it.
 
2012-04-25 11:08:27 AM

ZeroCorpse: All I have to say is this:

To the writer of the article,

"Haypenny" is not a word. You may have been reaching for "ha'penny", an old English term referring to a half-penny, but it's not in common usage in the States, and most of us over here have no idea what you're talking about when you throw that word around. Either way, if "ha'penny" was what you were going for, you spelled it wrong. There is simply no word in the Dictionary spelled "haypenny."

And so I say this to you: Stop trying to use words you don't really understand or know how to spell, or at least set up a browser tab linking to http://dictionary.com/ so you can avoid this sort of thing in the future.

And since I know you're a video game journalist, I'm going add one more thing: Strike the words "a mixed bag" out of your vocabulary if you want me to take you seriously. You may not have used it this time (or maybe you did. I stopped reading at "haypenny.") but I know, you being what you are, that you do use it all-too-frequently, like the rest of your video game journalist pals who write like you're all copying from each other's essays.


And by the way, I have no idea why I capitalized "dictionary", but I caught it and I'm fessing up to it. Unlike TFA, though, I had no opportunity to edit what I wrote after posting.

So don't even try to turn around and point out my own errors. This isn't about me, and I'm not getting paid to post on FARK.
 
2012-04-25 11:09:32 AM
Oh I forgot one. Minecraft.

All right I just built an incredibly complex combination lock just for the fun of it, whats that hissing noise?
 
2012-04-25 11:10:31 AM

ZeroCorpse: ZeroCorpse:
So don't even try to turn around and point out my own errors. This isn't about me, and I'm not getting paid to post on FARK.


...Well, at least not since the infamous KY Jelly/bowling ball incident. Sorry again, Drew.
 
2012-04-25 11:14:46 AM
Tmnt is awful. I downloaded that one on the Wii thinking it was turtles in time....

I couldn't get past that stupid level where you just swam and avoided getting shocked.
 
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