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2014-02-20 10:32:18 AM  

RockofAges: LoneWolf343: Kinetic Void, on Steam. "Void" is right.

/yeah, I know it's a early access game, but it was released way too early.

I actually hate early access, and I think it needs to go away. If a game ain't done, you don't publish it.


I don't mind early release, but I do prefer that it is released in a state that is playable and fun. Starbound is an early release, and its fun if you're into that style of game.
 
2014-02-20 10:33:45 AM  

diaphoresis: DoctorCal: [www.vintagetoysillustrated.com image 850x425]

HEY! My brothers had something like that when we were younger. I liked it when the quarterback ran around in circles and got nowhere.


So... Like Manning in the Super Bowl?
 
2014-02-20 10:33:50 AM  

H31N0US: [1.bp.blogspot.com image 400x300]

I think this was the Tyson vs. Clooney edition.


I loved that game. The feeling you got when you hit the other guy just right and could keep bouncing him between punches until the clock ran out was just awesome.
 
2014-02-20 10:34:12 AM  

Gunderson: [upload.wikimedia.org image 200x243]

Bought it and gave it to my friend for his bachelor party.  He gave it back to me a month later.  Took about 20 minutes to finished the game, and it blew.


That game sounds AMAZING.  Oh, wait, you mean figuratively and not literally.
 
2014-02-20 10:35:24 AM  
Litterbox: UNC_Samurai: [upload.wikimedia.org image 382x500]
I bought this game, and because of this I refuse to ever support a game with a monthly subscription cost.

You may want to try it now.... WW2 Online has changed an incredible amount since the version you bought and continues to improve.  You can also play for free.  Personally, I think its the best WW2 sim out there.


What kind of rig do you need for it these days?
 
2014-02-20 10:37:08 AM  

LoneWolf343: RockofAges: LoneWolf343: Kinetic Void, on Steam. "Void" is right.

/yeah, I know it's a early access game, but it was released way too early.

I actually hate early access, and I think it needs to go away. If a game ain't done, you don't publish it.

I don't mind early release, but I do prefer that it is released in a state that is playable and fun. Starbound is an early release, and its fun if you're into that style of game.


I hear DayZ is also really fun to play and its in pre release. Also, to answer the question... ARMA II and its expansions. I only bought the game so I could play the DayZ mod and that's all.
 
2014-02-20 10:37:28 AM  

Vash's Apprentice: Galerians for PSX


Pretty sure I rented that one and didn't make it 10 mins
 
2014-02-20 10:40:01 AM  
cdn4.steampowered.com
I want my $2.49 back.
 
2014-02-20 10:40:27 AM  

ChaosStar: Tyrone Slothrop: ChaosStar: I got the damn thing to run exactly ONE time, then never again.
/The Avatar can't swim for shiat

I think you mean Ultima IX. That was virtually unplayable on release.

Nope, I will never forget those nights I spent trying to get Ultima 7 to run. Trying to figure out what exactly was causing DOS to shiat itself and crash the game on startup, weird errors that seemed to contradict themselves, and rage kicking the crap out of my pc.


I sympathize because I had an IRQ conflict on my SoundBlaster that kept me from getting past the opening screen for a long time.  I spent hours fixing it (I was 14 with no internet to look up fixes) but was finally able to play.  It's arguably the best Ultima game out there, so it's a shame you never got to play it.

For me, worst game was this:

static1.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2014-02-20 10:43:37 AM  
None of you ass bags has mentioned Marvel Nemesis yet?  Really?  Ctrl+F + Marvel didn't find any-farking-thing?  Slackers.

Marvel Nemesis problems:
1) Since when does Wolverine lose energy for using his claws
2) Since when does Elektra have an unlimited number of sais to throw as weapons
3) Same with daredevil and repeatedly throwing his cane.
4) There are PLENTY of excellent enemies, foes, and evil villains in Marvel, there was no need for the creators to make their own
5) their own villains were lame and one dimensional
6) playable characters unlocked later in the game were stronger.  This didn't change for the pvp multiplayer, meaning some characters were much better than others (no balance)
7) WHY THE fark WOULD WOLVERINE LOSE ENERGY TO USE HIS CLAWS, AND BE UNABLE TO CONTINUE USING THEM IF OUT OF ENERGY?  WOLVERINE DOES NOT WORK THAT WAY!  ARGH! NERD RAGE!
 
2014-02-20 10:43:54 AM  
Back to the Future 2 & 3 on the NES
Drake the 99 Dragons (on purpose for the shiats and giggles)
Assassins Creed 3
 
2014-02-20 10:44:11 AM  
I'm noticing a lot of people seem to be confusing "most disappointing" game with "worst." There have been some horrific games created, which top several on this list. My personal worst:
www.tothegame.com

Honorable mention (even though I dont think anyone actually bought it):

media.pcgamer.com
 
2014-02-20 10:45:35 AM  

SpacemanSpoof: Then along came KQ8... Not only was it a bad game, it was such a huge piece of garbage that it killed the entire franchise.


Ugh, I hated King's Quest 8.  I appreciate that they felt as though they needed to change up the formula for those games - the standard screen-by-screen adventure game had worn thin over 7 previous iterations - but going for a first-person action game?  That took balls and programming skill that they sorely lacked.  The environments were barren - actual things and environmental details were sparse.  The voice acting was unbelievably atrocious and the game was just devoid of any fun.  I think it's probably the worst game I've ever purchased.

I'm saved by virtue of the fact that I rented a lot of games during the SNES period, rather than buying them, and a lot of the bad games I have played recently, I didn't buy - Call of Duty: Ghosts and Fable 3 being the most egregious examples.
 
2014-02-20 10:47:23 AM  

PACMANCoW: Honorable mention (even though I dont think anyone actually bought it):


that is a great example of a game achieving perfection by elegantly and simply achieving its goal
 
2014-02-20 10:48:05 AM  

Tommy Moo: [upload.wikimedia.org image 256x316]

I bought this game used for $15, played it for an hour, turned around, took it back to the store, and asked "How much can I get for this in trade in?" The guy looked at me funny and said $7. I said "Sold. That was an $8 mistake."

It's not so much that the gameplay was horrible as it was literally the most embarrassing JRPG I have ever played. Putting this in my PS3 was the moment I realized that I had outgrown JRPGs. The voice acting and dialogue are so preposterously amateur I think I would have died if anyone I knew had walked into the room and seen me playing this. I grew up on Final Fantasy, so to admit that the West has surpassed Japan was a huge turning point for me. The only JRPGs I've enjoyed from this generation were Valkyria Chronicles and Demon's/Dark Souls.


Wait... that... that looks so familiar... huh... -shuffles through some old books and wires piled under the entertainment center- Holy hell I still actually own that game!!  WHY DO I STILL OWN IT!!  -shudders- Terrible game man, good call on taking it back.

Resonance of Fate is terrible.

Most recently played Metro: Last Light... yeah... horrible game there too.
 
2014-02-20 10:49:38 AM  
But yeah, a lot of people are mentioning games that are not bad, just possibly disappointing or not their style.  There was some crap released in the 80s and early 90s.
 
2014-02-20 10:50:23 AM  
upload.wikimedia.org

The game literally has 20-40 minute cut scenes. From the final boss to after the credits roll is close to an hour.
 
2014-02-20 10:52:45 AM  

Fark Griswald: The Slush: Jim_Callahan: Yeah, and the buzz for Titanfall is kinda giving me flashbacks to that

Yeah, Titanfall's gonna suck.  I haven't really been paying much attention to it but the hype seems unavoidable.  Are we really expecting a good game from people who shat out Call of Duty?  AND it's being published by EA?  Yeah, good f*cking luck if you drop money on it with that pedigree.  5 hours of shooting brown sh*t on rails, but this time it's different, BECAUSE ROBOTS.  It comes out in 3 weeks, have they released any actual gameplay footage that doesn't look exactly like Call of Duty?

As far as the worst games I've ever bought, that's hard to say.  I feel like games in recent years have disappointed me moreso since I have far less time to play games now.  Spore, Dragon Age 2, Elemental: War of Magic, and Diablo 3 immediately come to mind as recent games that have completely missed the mark.  I'm sure I've owned worse in the past though.

You realize they JUST finished the Titanfall open beta right? I'm not a CoD fan but I enjoyed my time with Titanfall. I'm way behind the power curve in twitch based shooters but I think they have a solid game on their hands that will be fun for a while.


Remember that this is EA that's making this, so expect this game to have a f*ckton of microtransactions. They are going to milk that cow until the udders squirt blood and pus.
 
2014-02-20 10:57:15 AM  
I'll add one more, but it was mentioned already:
Spiderman 2 on the PC.

The Spiderman 2 tie in game touted freedom  You could go where you want in New york, do several different types of missions, encounter random thugs, all sorts of cool stuff.  Sounds good right?  First time i played it on a buddy's Gamecube, I climbed the Empire State Building.  Then I jumped off.  Because I could.
The PC Game of the same name had some differences.  first, there were glowing web symbols hovering above the road all over the city.  instead of swinging from buildings, like Spiderman does, and like you did on the GC/PS2 game, these were what you swing from.  lame.  So i took the glowy webs to the Empire State Building.  Tried to climb it.  Tried is the operative word, as a few stories above the street, I hit the invisible ceiling.  There was a freaking height limit.  Grr....
 
2014-02-20 10:57:42 AM  

Snapper Carr: [i.imgur.com image 592x706]

The phrase "fundamentally broken" come to mind.
/Shame since I still have 1 and 2 on my PC and play them regularly. 20 years on and they're still among the best 4X games ever made.


Amen brother!  I was literally heartbroken at how bad it was since I played so...SO so much of 1 and 2.
 
2014-02-20 11:06:44 AM  
Someone mentioned Krater.  I happen to love the game, although it doesn't run well enough on my system to be worth bothering to play (random crashes..bleah).  For it's price point, and buying it off Steam, I don't mind.  I'll get back to it next computer, maybe.  Personally, I think it's an excellent diablo style post-apocalypse game, but you sort of have to get used to the European/Scandanavian mindset of the developers.  If you played Magicka you probably understand what I mean about the last part.  I can't point to anything specific about that, but you can always slightly /feel/ it there.
 
2014-02-20 11:06:56 AM  

GavinTheAlmighty: But yeah, a lot of people are mentioning games that are not bad, just possibly disappointing or not their style.  There was some crap released in the 80s and early 90s.


A lot of the same people probably ignored the hell out of those games, too. It's not that much different than today; people stuck with what they already figured was going to be decent. Either it was a franchise sequel, or there was actual talk going on about it. I don't think many people walked through a store, spotted "Bad Street Brawler" and went "Yes, that one" when you had Double Dragon.

I think the resulting obscurity for these terrible games played out well, with Internet shows of guys showcasing them for laughs. It's a lot easier to enjoy M.U.S.C.L.E. for what it is... when you didn't throw down retail price for it.
 
2014-02-20 11:08:10 AM  

Stile4aly: ChaosStar: Tyrone Slothrop: ChaosStar: I got the damn thing to run exactly ONE time, then never again.
/The Avatar can't swim for shiat

I think you mean Ultima IX. That was virtually unplayable on release.

Nope, I will never forget those nights I spent trying to get Ultima 7 to run. Trying to figure out what exactly was causing DOS to shiat itself and crash the game on startup, weird errors that seemed to contradict themselves, and rage kicking the crap out of my pc.

I sympathize because I had an IRQ conflict on my SoundBlaster that kept me from getting past the opening screen for a long time.  I spent hours fixing it (I was 14 with no internet to look up fixes) but was finally able to play.  It's arguably the best Ultima game out there, so it's a shame you never got to play it.

For me, worst game was this:

[static1.wikia.nocookie.net image 640x724]


Of all the games mentioned here, the only one I've played is Ghostbusters and I don't think I ever finished it.
 
2014-02-20 11:11:40 AM  

jso2897: My wife and I both have bought a few cheap, shovelware or bargain bin games that turned out to be crap, over the years - but in trems of high-concept, full blown games, bought new at full price - i've only had three majopr bummers.
Two of them have already gotten plenty of ink in this thread - Doom 3 and GTA 4 - nuff' said about them.
The third, and the worst, actually shiat all over my love for a whole series of games - Tomb Raider Angel of Darkness.
It was CORE's last ditch attempt to save the franchise, and EIDOS had already lost confidence in them.
In TRAOD, they literally made every goof it is possible for a desperate, overwhelmed developer to make.
Glitchy graphics and controls, and an unfinished game.
Horrible, stupid new playable character.
Stupid boss fights that were bastard hybrids of puzzle and fight.
Horrible, rushed afterthought of an ending.
Innumerable idiotic plot devices, culminating in a threat to bring back the horrible playable character in another game ( a promise Crystal Dynamics was wise enough not to keep).
 Paid $70 and change for that POS.
Pissed me off


To be fair, the TR games that came afterwards (Anniversary, Legends, and Underworld) were much, much, much better. You can even get them all together on PS3 for less than $20

Tomb Raider Trilogy

I also highly recommend the 2013 reboot as well. SO DAMN GOOD.
 
2014-02-20 11:12:23 AM  

give me doughnuts: Boring as hell:
[www.worldofmonopoly.com image 800x628]


I had a PS3 version of this game that I got because a friend and I liked to play from time to time but hated getting the board out.  After playing a couple times just the two (sometimes three with the wife) of us we decided to add in some computer AI.  With the two of us working together we would lose to the easiest AI setting.  The computer would have the AI roll exact numbers to avoid our properties two, sometimes three times around the board in a row, and would have us land on their properties with every single roll.  This wasn't a one time thing either.  We kept trying to play it for over a month, taking it as a challenge, and finally called BS when we lost with three of us against one AI on easy setting, all of us working together to beat the one AI.
 
2014-02-20 11:14:18 AM  

LowbrowDeluxe: Someone mentioned Krater.  I happen to love the game, although it doesn't run well enough on my system to be worth bothering to play (random crashes..bleah).  For it's price point, and buying it off Steam, I don't mind.  I'll get back to it next computer, maybe.  Personally, I think it's an excellent diablo style post-apocalypse game, but you sort of have to get used to the European/Scandanavian mindset of the developers.  If you played Magicka you probably understand what I mean about the last part.  I can't point to anything specific about that, but you can always slightly /feel/ it there.


I did see that they have been patching the shiat out of it, I played it on basically day 1 and it was pretty much non-functional. I keep thinking I should go back and re-try it but it causes entirely too much frown when I even see it in my Steam library.
 
2014-02-20 11:16:37 AM  

Gawain: Sgt Otter: There's a PC game from the late 80s I've been trying to remember for years, that my neighbor had.  It was so frustratingly hard, we never got more than 5 minutes into it.

It's one of those graphic adventure games (sort of like King's Quest), where you walk into a new area, and it's a basically static screen, where you have to type in commands.

You die, end up in hell, and have to battle various evil people from history, as you try to escape from hell.  No, it's not "Escape From Hell," and it's not the crappy FMV game with Dennis Hopper.

Sounds like Lucifer's Realm.  As I recall that was really a text adventure with pictures (i.e. you typed "GO WEST" as opposed to moving a character around a-la King's Quest).


Holy shiat, I think that's it. Thanks!
 
2014-02-20 11:17:41 AM  
Bought? Probably some racing game from back in the day.


Played? Hands down Tiberium Twilight.
They should have paid me to pirate that atrocity.
 
2014-02-20 11:17:45 AM  

icebergcomics: I wanted it to be so much like the Todd McFarlane comics I was reading at the time. It was not.

[www.lukiegames.com image 300x300]



One of my all time favorite games.
As spider-man you could crawl upside and take pictures for the daily bugle.
As a game made from an established IP it was fantastic.
 
2014-02-20 11:18:18 AM  

IronJelly: Since when does Wolverine lose energy for using his claws


The crappy X-Men game on the NES did the same thing, as well as the sh*ttastic Wolverine games for the NES and SNES/Genesis. Since they were all published by LJN/Acclaim - the kings of licensed property shovelware - this was not unexpected.
 
2014-02-20 11:19:07 AM  

texdent: Of all the games mentioned here, the only one I've played is Ghostbusters and I don't think I ever finished it.


I'm reasonably sure that it's impossible to get up the staircase without some sort of cheat.
 
2014-02-20 11:20:11 AM  

sprawl15: In terms of just outright horrific functionality and utter badness? Probably Krater. I didn't look into it at all and a friend told me to get it for some dumb diablo style multiplayer...except it didn't have any multiplayer or even much of a game built in when it came out. Hooray. More my fault for not looking into it before spending the money.

I would want to say SimCity but that's just shocking incompetence and I didn't buy it anyway so ~~. I also kind of want to say Bioshock Infinite but since I've been of the opinion that SS2 > Bioshock when I first played it and Bioshock 2 was a clear downgrade, it wasn't really surprising how lackluster the game was. At least it was pretty.

Honorable mention goes to Outpost. I had the unfortunate experience of buying it based off the PC Gamer review (in the 90's back when that was srs bsns) and it was just the most atrocious, barely functional, plain black monolith of a game that I can remember. Utterly uninteresting, overly dense, and the broken parts of the game were mitigated only by most of the game not working at all.


I came here to mention outpost myself. I wanted that game to work but it was beyond fixing.

The only good thing about it was the fact that the AI sound files could be pulled off the disk and used for windows OS sounds. I had a slightly naughty computer at the workplace back in the late 90's.
 
2014-02-20 11:21:56 AM  

Snapper Carr: [i.imgur.com image of MOOIII 592x706]

The phrase "fundamentally broken" come to mind.
/Shame since I still have 1 and 2 on my PC and play them regularly. 20 years on and they're still among the best 4X games ever made.


I agree, MOOIII was SOOO bad. Easily one of the worst let-downs in gaming history considering how GREAT MOOI and II were.

Although for old-schoolishness my mom going to the store and spending my saved allowance (I was 8 years old) to buy a used NES Castlequest was a BIG Mistake ME: "No, mom I wanted Castlevania not Castlequest" Mom: "What's the difference, they both have Castle in the name. Oh well son, I bought it used so we can't return it" ME:: uncontrollable weeping ::
 
2014-02-20 11:22:08 AM  

Random Anonymous Blackmail: MugzyBrown


Random Anonymous Blackmail: In the days before time

Joe let me down.

[upload.wikimedia.org image 224x318]


I had that on PC (I think) and loved it.


I had it on the Sega Genesis system.. and it was the "Sports Talk" version. Graphically it was far superior to Madden (in its time) but it didn't flow smoothly and the AI was just awful or impossible.

The commentary was just annoying and repetitive.


You had Joe Montana 2 Sports talk.
and BTW it was groundbreaking. It was a solid football game and it had a full voice over.
No other football franchise had that. Hell no other sports game had that.

blog.newegg.com
 
2014-02-20 11:35:12 AM  

maxximillian: Space Station Wagon: [upload.wikimedia.org image 306x400]

Funny, I rather liked that game. Why didn't you like it?



At the time I was still a Star Wars fan and this was going to be a dream come true.
However what I got was a boring, buggy game with a horrible interface.
I still played the hell out of it but looking back on it, I never really had any fun.
 
2014-02-20 11:37:39 AM  

Shakin_Haitian: Worst game recently?

I wanted to see what the hype about this series was and this game was 12 bucks.  The first Bioware game I've played since BG2 and well... fark Bioware if this is the type of game they make any more.  There was no consequential role playing whatsoever, I was leveling up powers that all felt the same, and I was just running down corridors killing people.  Twelve bucks was too much for this game.  I stopped after three hours and never turned it back on.


Whoops.  It was a picture of ME3.
 
2014-02-20 11:44:18 AM  
A tie between Auto Assault and Spore.  I was excited for both and quit 30 minutes into both.  I actually think I have logged more time in QWOP than both of those combined.
 
2014-02-20 11:45:08 AM  
I thought L.A. Noire sucked.

The in-game map of LA was gigantic to traverse, yet there was hardly anything to do. Every character was an a-hole, too.
 
2014-02-20 11:45:16 AM  
I tend to do my research before I buy games, so I often don't get stuck with a game I hate.

But I bought this one on a whim from a Steam sale:

i.imgur.com

Dear God. what a waste of $2.49 it was. The game can be completed in 15 minutes, has zero replay value and has an incomprehensible story told out of order and which ends with (I wish I were kidding about this) a museum exhibit of the Bernoulli principle. Avoid, avoid, avoid.

When I worked at a game store, I often DID buy into the hype on upcoming games. A few clunkers I purchased included:

i.imgur.com

Lame, buggy, unfinished, features a story by Orson Scott Card and has a boss with an alien named Barrakka Bahma. Ugh.

i.imgur.com

One of the worst games I've ever played, and a PSP first-year title. The sequel is called "Stairway to H.E.A.V.E.N.". Seriously.

i.imgur.com

Way, WAY worse than any of the Mortal Kombat games, and about as bad as the MK spin-offs - I'm talking "Way of the Warrior" or "Kasumi Ninja" quality.
 
2014-02-20 11:50:14 AM  

Shakin_Haitian: Shakin_Haitian: Worst game recently?

I wanted to see what the hype about this series was and this game was 12 bucks.  The first Bioware game I've played since BG2 and well... fark Bioware if this is the type of game they make any more.  There was no consequential role playing whatsoever, I was leveling up powers that all felt the same, and I was just running down corridors killing people.  Twelve bucks was too much for this game.  I stopped after three hours and never turned it back on.

Whoops.  It was a picture of ME3.


Dude, it's really your fault for trying to jump into the series on the final game. That's like trying to start Breaking Bad in its final season, or starting Harry Potter with the final book.

The series as a whole is awesome.
 
2014-02-20 11:51:29 AM  

Space Station Wagon: You had Joe Montana 2 Sports talk.
and BTW it was groundbreaking. It was a solid football game and it had a full voice over.
No other football franchise had that. Hell no other sports game had that.


That was a fun game.  I found a glitch in that game that allowed a 5 man backfield which would result in a hand-off bouncing back to the QB and prompting the commentator to say, "Pitch out...to...the...quarterback."
 
2014-02-20 11:55:39 AM  

scottydoesntknow: Shakin_Haitian: Shakin_Haitian: Worst game recently?

I wanted to see what the hype about this series was and this game was 12 bucks.  The first Bioware game I've played since BG2 and well... fark Bioware if this is the type of game they make any more.  There was no consequential role playing whatsoever, I was leveling up powers that all felt the same, and I was just running down corridors killing people.  Twelve bucks was too much for this game.  I stopped after three hours and never turned it back on.

Whoops.  It was a picture of ME3.

Dude, it's really your fault for trying to jump into the series on the final game. That's like trying to start Breaking Bad in its final season, or starting Harry Potter with the final book.

The series as a whole is awesome.


The series sucked. ME 1 was a series of repetitive missions. ME 2 did not deliver on the promise of the series, which was your choices would have deep and meaningful effects to the story.  ME 3 the ending shiat all over everything else. The series sucked it was a farking shooter on rails, but hey you could decide which NPC to fark and which one to be sent off to get killed. Not that there were any lasting repercussions about which one you farked or which one died.
 
2014-02-20 11:56:14 AM  

Vash's Apprentice: Galerians for PSX. Fortunately, Psi-Ops and Second Sight washed the bad taste out of my mouth.


First or second Galerians? The first one was fun, the second one was awful.
 
2014-02-20 11:56:52 AM  
It's a tie between tribes 2 and tribes vengeance.
 
2014-02-20 11:58:12 AM  

nmrsnr: nmrsnr: It was barely a game, and you had to be a farking actual surgeon to get the goddamn appendix out (which I never successfully did).

Let's try that again with a picture:

[www.dosbox.com image 320x200]


Amen to that. Often times, no joke, I'd just turn off the anesthetic with the patient cut wide open so they died.
 
2014-02-20 12:04:12 PM  

Seikuro: Amen to that. Often times, no joke, I'd just turn off the anesthetic with the patient cut wide open so they died.


I think we all did that to vent our frustration.
 
2014-02-20 12:05:21 PM  

DragonDeadite: Tommy Moo: [upload.wikimedia.org image 256x316]

Most recently played Metro: Last Light... yeah... horrible game there too.


chan.catiewayne.com
/hot slashes
 
2014-02-20 12:08:26 PM  

FuryOfFirestorm: jso2897: 

I also highly recommend the 2013 reboot as well. SO DAMN GOOD.


Oh hell yes. Fantastic! Probably the best game I've played in several years.
 
2014-02-20 12:10:14 PM  

IngramValiant: DragonDeadite: Tommy Moo: [upload.wikimedia.org image 256x316]

Most recently played Metro: Last Light... yeah... horrible game there too.

[chan.catiewayne.com image 455x325]
/hot slashes


Metro: Last Light is really pretty awesome. I've only gotten about halfway through though as it does the one thing in gaming I hate nearly as much as escort missions: The "stand here and fight off waves of bad guys for X amount of time until the boat/elevator/train arrives to take you to the next area" nightmare. I HATE those as I'm sure to die 15 times trying to figure out the proper way to not panic while being attacked on all sides and not gobbling up all my medkits in the first 10 seconds. Grr I hate that!

I hope I get past it though and don't give up because it really is a pretty cool game and I can't stand it when I miss half a game because of one stupid point where the designers just decided to make life miserable for the gamer.
 
2014-02-20 12:10:27 PM  
diehardgamefan.com

As an 8 year old, I had no idea what the hell this game was about.  We hated it.
 
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