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At 6/22/11 09:42 PM, HikarutheHedgehog wrote:At 6/21/11 10:37 PM, Oolaph wrote: Ninja Gaiden 3.Wait, what? That's not even out yet.
It came out in 1991. I'm talking about the NES game.
Some of the 3rd party games for the Wii were so shitty they were amazing.
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At 6/22/11 10:32 PM, Oolaph wrote:At 6/22/11 09:42 PM, HikarutheHedgehog wrote:It came out in 1991. I'm talking about the NES game.At 6/21/11 10:37 PM, Oolaph wrote: Ninja Gaiden 3.Wait, what? That's not even out yet.
Oh, I see. I thought you were talking about the new one coming out soon.
Another game that most fans hate: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow
I'm playing it right now. Got it in Christmas from my brother and I'm diggin it so far. Most fans hate it for stupid reasons. It kind of plays like God of War, but that's Dante's Inferno's job. Controls are responsive, graphics are gorgeous (I mean, really) and this game is LONG! Been playing for about 8 hours already and I'm only on Chapter 6-2. That's the same length that it took me to beat God of War 3 on normal (sadly).
Taking a break atm and typing this. I gotta go make a cheese sandwich and find the Dark Lord afterwards.
Xbox live: C0n Queso
Steam: Baby Diesel
At 6/21/11 11:16 PM, ImaSmartass2 wrote:At 6/21/11 12:07 PM, phrozonfire wrote:I'd rather have a blank slate than nails on a chalkboard.At 6/20/11 07:53 PM, HikarutheHedgehog wrote:I liked Tidus...Tidus sucks, though.
He was a lot better than Vaan, he had no fucking personality.
Final Fantasy VIII
I think this game has been getting a lot of shit over it the past couple of years. I agree that the story becomes quite ridiculous as the game progresses and the gameplay had some serious flaws (like magic spells are rendered pretty much useless in battle).
However, I still liked the game. Especially the first two discs. I was kinda digging this mercenary school thing and I liked the cities and areas you could explore. The soundtrack was really good in my opinion and I found none of the characters particularly unlikeable (which is rare for me in RPG games). I know Zell and Irvine were dumbasses and Squall was a bit of a douche throughout most of the game, but I could bear that. Better than Cloud and Sephiroth in my honest opinion. I liked the fact that monsters grew with you so no hours long grinding was ever necessary. I think the graphics were very good for its time. Also, the junction system really wasn't that complex and neither was Triple Triads.
I simply enjoyed the game, despite it flaws. Though it might have helped that it was the first Final Fantasy and 3d RPG game I had ever played.
For the Split/Second vs Blur debate, a lot of people preferred Blur. I've played Split/Second at least 10 times more than Blur.
Is it okay for me to state entire consoles?
If so, then the PSP and Wii.
On topic of games...
Final Fantasy VII (yes, this game does get a lot of shit)
Final Fantasy IX
Final Fantasy X
Final Fantasy XII
Final Fantasy XIII
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Super Mario Sunshine
Far Cry 2
There you go.
Homefront, to many people complained that it was trying to ripoff CoD and Battlefield. I can't wait for Homefront 2
Something witty goes here, I think..... I got nothing, sorry guys :(
There are many games I so much adore that many people fans and critics alike have harshly dissed.
This game was great to be honest, the controls were very simple the story was interesting and made me want to complete chapter upon chapter and had very interesting missions for the player to do. The gameplay was just awesome.
Everyone says this is where Brothers In Arms goes downhill (and with Furious' 4 cartoonish style it just might be) but I honestly really enjoyed the game. The soundtrack was just as epic as the previous installments the graphics were a tremendous improvement and we got loads of character developement as well as humor in the game. The storyline was just great although it would be more series like if Baker didn't do so many solo missions.
I know the multiplayer is pretty much shit and just about everybody hates this game critics and fans alike but I really liked the realism and authenticness of the campaign mode. We got great character personalities learned in this and the game had great graphics and I absolutely love the track Heroes Abroad, I'm listening to it right now in fact. It could be both spooky and totally emotionally touching such as when Rabbit dies.
Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald. But I think it's only hated for trivial stuff, like no nighttime and the ugly text font.
At 11/6/11 12:22 AM, HikarutheHedgehog wrote:
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
This game is considered "disliked"? I thought a bunch of people, including myself, loved it. How many people have to get butthurt over it for to be called "disliked"? If it only takes a few people to hate a game for it to be disliked in the broad scheme of things, wouldn't every game ever made fall into this category?
Also, I enjoyed a lot of weird games that people seem to dislike. I haven't seen too many glowing reviews of Q*Bert 3 on the SNES, but I own it and enjoy it...
At 6/20/11 02:12 PM, Gagsy wrote: but I still enjoy them because it's Harry Potter and I'm a Harry Potter geek :(
This. I remember playing either the first on PS1 or the second on PS2 and absolutely loving it. I spent ages tracking down chocolate frog cards and other collectibles to beat the game 100%.
Seeing as how huge of a fighting game nerd as I am, how could I not!
Also, what the fuck is with the hate against it!
Everybody: We want more characters, modes, online features and maps as dlc!!!!
Capcom: Hmm... How about we give that to you, but on a new disc and at a discounted price than it would have been if it was dlc!!!
Everybody: CAPCOM HOW DARE YOU GIVE US WHAT WE WANT!!!!
I Hereby post the blame on You
Kane and lynch dead men was my first 360 game and I love it so. On the other end; its sequal dog days is actually my all time least favorite game. Fuck that piece of garbage packaged to look like a sequel.
"Communism is the very definition of failure." - Liberty Prime.
At 11/6/11 12:37 AM, RightWingGamer wrote: I previously wrote MW2, but now I'd like to add Alpha Protocol and Dragon Age 2 to the list.
Don't be ridiculous. Alpha Protocol was one of the most awesome games ever.
DOOM 3; not the most hated game ever, but one that has certainly been maligned by many gamers for a few perceived flaws, namely; it's too dark, the scares are cheap and "monster cupboards." The latter two criticism are valid, but, imo don't affect the gameplay, but I disagree about the former. I think the darkness really adds to the atmosphere. DOOM 3 is one of my favorite games to replay.
Bioshock 2; Bioshock 2 may not live up to the greatness of the original but it is a very good game in it's own right. There are enough familiar aspects from the first game but there are also new elements that make it it's own entity. Being a slow, lumbering Big Daddy and using the little sisters to gather adam for you while you fight off hordes of splicers makes for a tense experience.
Heretic: Shadow of the Serpent Riders; Heretic is usually only known for being the prequel to HeXen and is often disregarded as the black sheep of the DOOM engine, or id Tech 1, games. Heretic is my favorite DOOM engine game, however. The game world and sprites are bright and colorful, the gameplay is crisp, though possibly a bit too easy, and the maps are well conceived.
I liked LOTR: Conquest though it seems like it has gotten bad reviews all around. Maybe it's just because i'm a LOTR fanboy.
I liked Deus Ex Invisible war, although I don't know if people consider that game bad or anything, but I recall people saying it was lousy.
I liked Sonic the hedgehog(2006) because it was REALLY FUN when you bought all those special gems for sonic.Sidequest were really cool for replay value.PLUS,a few open world stages were pretty fun to play in.
Sonic Heroes was a great game too.I never understood the hate it got,but I think its level designs were linear in a GOOD way.
Duke Nukem Forever- It was what I expected, I knew after 10 years it was bound to disappoint fans but I enjoyed it none the less.
Brink- My only problem with this game was that nobody played it, overall it was a fun game with a good multiplayer flow when you managed to get a full server.
Rogue Warrior- One of the most hilarious games I've played, the plot was so terrible but it suited the funny one liners of Dick and the credits made it totally worth it.
Alpha Protocol- A simple straight forward game, and who could hate the Heck character?