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2012-04-25 10:18:13 AM  
2 votes:
You see nothing, hear nothing, smell nothing, taste nothing, feel nothing, and aren't even sure who you are
>look
You see nothing, hear nothing, smell nothing, taste nothing, feel nothing, and aren't even sure who you are
>go north
You see nothing, hear nothing, smell nothing, taste nothing, feel nothing, and aren't even sure who you are
>guide
You see nothing, hear nothing, smell nothing, feel nothing, and aren't even sure who you are
>call ford
You see nothing, hear nothing, smell nothing, feel nothing, and aren't even sure who you are
>get towel
You see nothing, hear nothing, smell nothing, feel nothing, and aren't even sure who you are
>KILL VOGON
You see nothing, hear nothing, smell nothing, feel nothing, and aren't even sure who you are
>NORTH NORTH NORTH I WILL KILL YOU ALL NORTH
You see nothing, hear nothing, smell nothing, feel nothing, and aren't even sure who you are

...three weeks later...

>TASTE DAMMIT TASTE
2012-04-25 03:25:32 PM  
1 votes:

mechgreg: Landing in Steath ATF for the NES was way harder, luckily you had the neverending runway


Stealth ATF and Krusty's Super Funhouse were the two most unfun video games I've ever played. Stealth ATF had 0 redeeming value. The graphics sucked, the music sucked, the controls sucked, the enemies sucked, the missions sucked, and the gameplay sucked.
2012-04-25 01:46:29 PM  
1 votes:

Ambitwistor: Fano: 24: Gabriel Knight: What kind of moon logic is required to solve this stuff? Including the time you have to chase a cat through a hole that you put glue on, so you can create a fake mustache, to impersonate a person that doesn't have a mustache

Leading to the Death of Adventure Games.

25: Old School RPGs that make you fight through an entire dungeon or planet to meet a boss that has a random total party instakill. Example: Phantasy Star II and Dark Force. You couldn't save anywhere near the battle.

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Hard game. But I seem to recall being able to save just before the battle. I got frustrated with the game and quit partway through, but my dad played it, and I swooped in at the end and defeated Dark Force from his save file.


Maybe you could and I was just consolidating memories of other dungeon jaunts with my memory of tossing the controller in rage as a kid during the Dark Force battle. It was a two stage one, right? IIRC you'd spend time just trying to keep everyone alive and then a random TPK would come along. At any rate, it seemed to take a long time to get back to the fight.

Come to think of it, I'll include any Square game with a boss/swarm of baddies that inflicts tons of status effects, confuse and any stone.... wizards in the ice cave of FFI comes to mind.

Old school lack of save points made any cheap death rage inducing. Trying to think of examples of taking forever to GET to a difficult fight... only for it to go against you so early that you wish you could just restart. Lord knows how many "lost cause" fights I've been in where I got crippled early and just tried to make a show of it.
2012-04-25 12:14:05 PM  
1 votes:
Mario Kart creates friendships. Mario Party destroys them.

That damned game is more rigged than the NBA.
2012-04-25 11:29:27 AM  
1 votes:

thecpt: If the point is rage inducing, I've got to say the most rage I've had recently was when I was talking with my little brother about the Deus Ex while playing it. I told him where I was at in the game (after about 9hrs of play) and he told me I was almost at the end. I was so pissed that I haven't touched the game since.


I do that just to trick people into thinking they are nearly done with it. Reguadless of where they are. My friends or family would ask me where they are in a game (I usually beat the game quickly and know where they are) and I tell them false info for fun.
2012-04-25 11:08:04 AM  
1 votes:
Radiant Silvergun. An autistic Korean teenage virgin can't beat it.
2012-04-25 10:43:27 AM  
1 votes:
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 10:17:15 AM  
1 votes:
24: Gabriel Knight: What kind of moon logic is required to solve this stuff? Including the time you have to chase a cat through a hole that you put glue on, so you can create a fake mustache, to impersonate a person that doesn't have a mustache
25: Old School RPGs that make you fight through an entire dungeon or planet to meet a boss that has a random total party instakill. Example: Phantasy Star II and Dark Force. You couldn't save anywhere near the battle.
2012-04-25 10:03:25 AM  
1 votes:
All you had to do was follow the damn train, CJ!
2012-04-25 09:48:50 AM  
1 votes:
FARK YOU FARKING BATTLETOADS
2012-04-25 09:43:39 AM  
1 votes:
Dark Souls has been the equivalent of voluntarily getting kicked in the nuts every time I play it.
 
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