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Cassino
January 11th, 2009, 09:09 PM
What games DON'T you like?


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I may edit this post later if I can think of any...

Zet
January 11th, 2009, 09:57 PM
well, I really haven't found any games that I haven't liked but to be short I don't like the Little Britain game, Fracture and Mass Effect

Guillermo
January 11th, 2009, 11:14 PM
Kung Fu Panda is terrible. I got it with the 360 and I've played it once.

Another one is probably NFS; Pro Street. I love the NFS series, but Pro Street is terrible. The steering is weird and there is no free roam.

Volknerz
January 11th, 2009, 11:28 PM
the kung fu panda game

its boring

He Trembles on Your Breath
January 12th, 2009, 09:02 AM
Any games involving sport. o.o Such as any of the Fifa games.

Akeraz
January 12th, 2009, 02:06 PM
Tomb Raider Underworld.

Such a dissapointment.

Hiei
January 12th, 2009, 02:13 PM
All those little girl games and what not. Like Barbie. And yes I played them, shut up, it was my cousin's birthday >_>

Nytkoi
January 12th, 2009, 02:26 PM
Well, I dislike some types of games. I've never liked the Legend of Zelda that much, but my brother is in love with it. I also don't play Kirby, but he is awesome. xD There aren't many games I don't like, actually. Most of the TV show games are pretty corny + crappy, so I don't like those games. I also dislike some of the sega games. Like I said, there's not much I don't like about any games. I also think the female type game aren't fun, but you could say that's normal. x]

Wulf
January 12th, 2009, 06:29 PM
Games meant for casuals.

Eon-Rider
January 13th, 2009, 02:09 AM
I hate every game that ends with a "z". For example, Horsez on DS.

Zorua
January 13th, 2009, 03:06 AM
Any game that's short and lacks any sort of addiction method whatsoever. Or what some people call a "hook" of some sort.

I need something to keep me hooked on to the game; it has to have that kind of dramatic and interesting plot and stuff. Also...

I hate every game that ends with a "z". For example, Horsez on DS.


^

I also don't like puzzle games for some odd reason.

Guillermo
January 13th, 2009, 03:22 AM
Don't remind me. o_o

Dogz was a terrible game. D:

Aizuke
January 13th, 2009, 06:13 AM
Any game that's based from a movie sucks. :<

And some games I hate because the endings are lame, like Drakengard II and Baiten Kaos.

Though I love the games, just.. The endings ruined it. XD;

Fox♠
January 13th, 2009, 07:47 AM
Games meant for casuals.

Agreed.

I also really really hate Mario Sunshine and all Mario/Sonic sport based outings.

Gold warehouse
January 13th, 2009, 08:16 AM
Any game that's based from a movie sucks. :<

Ditto, I have yet to find a good one, maybe the upcoming Ghostbusters game will be good; I hope so.

I also really really hate Mario Sunshine and all Mario/Sonic sport based outings.
I hate all mario games, always have, always will; I used to like Sonic before they introduced the crummy new characters, an emo hedgehog and a pink hedgehog who can't control her hormones. I would rather play Sonic 3 than a new Sonic game any day.

I really disliked RA3 and EA have completely ruined C&C for me. STALKER Clear Sky was also a dissapointment, they have the cheek to call it a sequel when it has the same weapons, only a few new maps, just one new faction, no new features and the only completly new thing was the storyline (which was rubbish anyway) it was more like a cheap, buggy expansion than a sequel.

Razer302
January 13th, 2009, 09:14 AM
There are so many games I hate. Right now I can't stand Little Big Planet. I just find the game a huge waste of money.

I hate The Sims games as well. I don't understand what the addiction is for running a fake persons life. I would rather play a game that has a story than just something that is living your life in a game.

Any game that is spelt with a z instead of a s. That to me just shouts bad game. Also games that have spelling mistakes in them drive me crazy. I have never seen a worse one than the original Digimon World but that game was good except from the awful spelling.

kohei
January 13th, 2009, 01:50 PM
I don't like racing, fighting (except Street Fighter II) and some puzzle games.
Everything else is a go for me. Even THAT witch game for the DS.

Harry Blue5
January 13th, 2009, 02:14 PM
I hate almost every game based on a movie, I mean, there are some that were okay, but most are awful. There just rushed so they can come in at the movies release date, and people who liked the movie end up just buying it anyway, so they never put too much effort in making the games.

spike6958
January 13th, 2009, 02:41 PM
LOL guys prepare for a surprising list:
Megaman (series)
GTA IV
Resident Evil (series)
Call of Duty (series)
All EA Sports games
LittleBigPlanet
Devil May Cry 2
The Sims (series)
Star Wars: KotOR II: The Sith Lords
Animal Crossing (series)
Kid Icarus
Sonic The Hedgehog (3D games only)
The Legend of Spyro (series)

Well that's all i can think of for now.

Arcanine
January 13th, 2009, 03:31 PM
Any game that's based from a movie sucks. :< I wouldn't say that. I happened to like the games that was based off of the second and third Lord of the Rings movies..



I'm not fond of sports games (even the Mario sports games aren't that fun to me).
Nor do I like Sci-Fi type shooters (even if by some chance they always end up in my hands...).
Mario Party games as of late (there are just too many, and they've gotten boring).
All the casual games (there are some games out there that's fun, but I'm just flat out sick of all the casual games).


Really, I don't expand much, so I don't end up with games I don't like. I mean there are a few, but still, most of the games I pick up are games I like.

Shadowfaith
January 14th, 2009, 02:14 AM
I despise sports games if they are not puerly for fun like Mario Football and Wii Sports. I just can't sit down and play football on a screen, it just makes me think that I should be outside playing the sport instead of in my room playing it on a consol XP I'm also not a fan of war based shooters, simply because of they're lack of plot and tendancy to be exactly alike in my eyes.

Alex_
January 14th, 2009, 02:46 PM
I really don't like any Wii games other than SSBB since they're so childish, I also dislike any RTS game since I'm usually pretty bad at them, can't forget movie games either.

Haza
January 14th, 2009, 02:52 PM
Phantasy Star
Sonic
Duke Nukem
Kirby
Zelda

EricTheEevee
January 17th, 2009, 01:08 AM
I do not like first person shooters... I just don't find murdering people very entertaining.

¡No Hablo Inglés!
January 17th, 2009, 02:13 AM
I don't particularly like racing games or sports, I just find them awfully repetitive. I also have a certain disliking for First-Person Shooters, unless the games have a really good story behind them. I've never really formed an opinion on simulation games, I've barely played The Sims or something like Dogz, but from what I've seen they just look boring.

Yeah, there's quite a few games that I don't like. =P

Aegis
January 17th, 2009, 08:34 PM
Sports games >.< Hate sports games with a passion, at least those of the non Mario variety. I don't really get into sports out of games, so playing a game based on them is.... yeah :I

I'm also not too fond of a lot of shooters, mainly ones like Ghost Recon, Call of Duty, Rainbow Six, etc...

parallelzero
January 17th, 2009, 08:43 PM
I don't like shooters myself. They don't really draw me in. I find them ridiculously boring and the ones I do have I can only play like a mission at a time.

Brentstah
January 18th, 2009, 10:35 PM
-Halo 3. Yes, I own the game, my gamertag is Zumbar if you don't believe me.
-Any tom clancy game. Splinter Cell: Pandora tomorrow was OK, though.
-Lego Indiana jones and Kung fu panda. The only reason I have these games is because they came free with my xbox. Dumb RRoD...
-Any World War II game. Do any of you know how WWII ended? Okay, now out of that group, how many know how the Gulf War, Korean War, or Vietnam War ended? Heck, throw in the US Civil war even. But CoD World At War was great because the zombies, that's it.
-Games based off of movies. ET. 'Nuff said.

Cassino
January 19th, 2009, 02:57 PM
the ones I do have I can only play like a mission at a time.
I may be assuming something here but you play RPGs, do you not? Do they not also progress in the manner of one stage/battle at a time?

-Any World War II game. Do any of you know how WWII ended? Okay, now out of that group, how many know how the Gulf War, Korean War, or Vietnam War ended? Heck, throw in the US Civil war even. But CoD World At War was great because the zombies, that's it.
Hitler dies.
Oh noes, major spoilage for the fifty-seventh time.

Amaruuk
January 19th, 2009, 10:54 PM
I can't stand FPSs or any game involving war/guns/military or the sort of tactics involved in shooters. The setting is boring, the play style is too difficult for me, uh... yeah.

I'm an avid loather of sports IRL, so of course I dislike the genre of games that goes with it, though my dad likes golf a lot, and admittedly I had a lot of fun playing some of the Tiger Woods games on the PS2 with him and my bros several years ago, till it became evident I sucked at those as much as any other video game.

I'm also not a fan of RPGs in general; never played any Final Fantasy games, save for that Crystal Chronicles thing on GameCube (so sue me). Never played any of the other 'classic' RPGs people like so much either. I guess the play style just doesn't suit me.

Also, MMORPGs. Forming alliances or groups with random people on the interwebz as a requirement for getting the 'full experience' of a game is not my thing. I just want to adventure on my own, dangit, and without having to level-grind just 'cause I don't wanna talk to weirdos or get picked on 'cause I don't 'play my class right'. If there was an MMO where you can be whatever you feel like and change your mind without making more characters, instead of being bound by classes; where you can pick up any number of skills/trades as you please; where you can enjoy the game without having to have friends that play it or team up with random people... Yes, I know the whole point of them being Massively Multiplayer is so you play with other people, but what I like about them is the huge worlds to explore, like a humongous action-adventure game, only you can't get by just by talking to NPCs. >.>;;

Capt. Couch
January 20th, 2009, 04:08 AM
Agreed.

I also really really hate Mario Sunshine and all Mario/Sonic sport based outings.

Amen.

Wii Play was also horrible, Black Hawk Down for PS2 had the worst enemy AI I've ever seen, and most any Star Wars game based directly off of the movies were absolutely distasteful. That being said, most any movie game is simply godawful as they've proven themselves to be within the last ten years.

matt561
January 20th, 2009, 06:40 AM
One of the games i cant stand atall is all these games that try to be like Final fantasy that just annoyes me so much

Gold warehouse
January 20th, 2009, 08:05 AM
-Any World War II game. Do any of you know how WWII ended? Okay, now out of that group, how many know how the Gulf War, Korean War, or Vietnam War ended? Heck, throw in the US Civil war even. But CoD World At War was great because the zombies, that's it.



Hitler didn't die.

The Vietnam war ended with Communism>USA

jubjub
January 21st, 2009, 10:42 AM
I like basically all games I play apart from pokemon battle revoulotion

evilishan
January 21st, 2009, 01:55 PM
One of the games i cant stand atall is all these games that try to be like Final fantasy that just annoyes me so much

I absolutely agree to that, and I also dislike never ending games that just require you to play till you've got the highest score.

jigglyppuff8
January 21st, 2009, 02:07 PM
I kinda dislike games that don't have a postgame or don't have an ability to re-experience boss battles without restarting (Kingdom Hearts, LoZ: PH). I also dislike FPS's, sports games, movie/TV show based games, and those games made by Ubisoft that end with Z.

parallelzero
January 21st, 2009, 02:13 PM
I may be assuming something here but you play RPGs, do you not? Do they not also progress in the manner of one stage/battle at a time?

I... don't really see what kind of point you're making. When I said I could only do one mission at a time, that's because that's about as long as an FPS can hold my interest in one sitting. It'll obviously be different for different genres.

Capt. Couch
January 21st, 2009, 03:34 PM
While I also love FPSs, there are some that I simply can't stand.

- Black Hawk Down (PS2): As I've already mentioned before, worst enemy AI I've ever seen.

- Ghost Recon (Original) (PS2): Very clunky, cumbersome controls and incredibly stupid AI.

- Half-Life (PS2): While the PC version is a masterpiece, the PS2 port made me facepalm. The control scheme was a little difficult, but what hit home was the multiplayer. Too simplistic and less drawn-out mostly due to the fact that there was no online play for PS2 when this game was released.

- TimeSplitters: Future Perfect (GameCube): I was perfectly fine with the PS2 and Xbox versions of this game, but the GameCube didn't exactly bring what I was asking for when I bought this when Hollywood Video went out of business. The snapping feel of the C-stick was a good idea for this game, but in reality, it didn't do much to help.

- Call of Duty 4 (DS): A great idea on paper, but not so great when it was made a reality. It was simply a watered-down version of the Xbox 360/PS3 version which made the story almost nonexistant.

- Perfect Dark (N64): While everything looks quite nice for an N64, the control layout was difficult to grasp.

In my opinion, what makes a good FPS is atmosphere (Doom 3), an easy-to-use and changeable control scheme (Halo), a good story (Brothers In Arms series) and occasionally some out-of-the-box thinking (Jedi Outcast).

Cassino
January 21st, 2009, 05:49 PM
the Xbox 360/PS3 version
'Ey... it's on computer too.

Tombstone975
January 21st, 2009, 11:50 PM
Don't remind me. o_o

Dogz was a terrible game. D:
(Nintendogs)
I bought that stupid game,Screaming at the DS,SIT DOWN!,ROLL OVER,And you know how your voice changes then you gotta start all over agian.