Guild Wars 2.
I wanted to like it, I really did, but something was missing. I don't even remember the last time I logged in.
For example, does that mean you liked WoW Burning Crusade, WotLK and MoP? Even within just that game, those are all about as different as you can get!
But, I guess you now have the honor of being the first person who actually likes and plays MOBA games in this thread! Only took 18 pages...
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Gears of War, found the characters terrible, the story terrible, and the game itself terrible.
Starcraft, I've always been a RTS lover but starcraft bores the life out of me...after playing a game like DoWC starcraft is way to small scale for me.
AC3, Loved every other game but this bored the living daylights out of me.
Zelda, I tried to like them but I just can't do it.
Skyrim, I loved the open world just wish it had a good story to go with it.
Probably a few other games but my memory fails me.
"Heresy is like a garden weed, it won't stop feeding until you... BURN THE WHOLE DAMN GARDEN WITH A FLAMER, BURN IT, BURN IT TO HELL!!!!!" "Is there a wittle puppy in the garden? ITS A DAEMON! BURN IT!"
Every MMO and 'MMO' (since it seems everything is called a MMO these days) that's come out after WoW.
From what I played myself -- Half Life, Diablo, Bioshock (any, even though Infinite is not bad, but I just don't find it as awesome as everyone saying), Far Cry 3, Assassin's Creed, Deus Ex.
Naturally WoW -- Mop. Piece of rotten kiddie garbage...
"Your people are despicable cowards, orc, you're nothing more than rabbid dogs! And you will be put down!"
I don't enjoy any RTS games, and I've given a few of them their fare shake. I did enjoy WC3, but it felt like they tried to purposely minimize the exposure to the RTS elements so people could enjoy the story because they knew RTS wasn't all that fun. :P I liked the story of star craft, despite having to get through the RTS blah. I just get over it really fast. A game or two is fun, but each new level I'm like "dude I already made that, I already researched this". I love Civilization games, which is a little like a continuous level of a RTS because the things you do continue on. I think the problem is I'm too much of a completionist, so I want to upgrade ALL the things! and then find that I have to do it all over again the next level. Didn't buy Star Craft 2, just read the lore on the wiki.
Elder Scroll Games (in general I dislike most western RPGs)
WC3 (really dislike 'hero' units in RTS games)
Half Life 2 (I did like Half Life)
MW, CoD, etc. (boring as hell to me)
All racing / sports games that I have ever played
(Except Nintendo world cup for the NES, that game was funny.)
(Oh and since it came up above I haven't played any newer MOBA games since I'm certain I won't like them as I dislike the whole MOBA concept. Hero units just do not fit into my understanding of RTS games. That's why they aren't on the list. )
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Elder Scroll Games
Any of the current generation of military shooters. Maybe I should try ARMA
And Demon souls. When it comes to insanely hard RPGs I want the fights to be hard, not dieing and having to go back to the start of the level again. It wasn't hard just punishing and the combat felt fairly clunky.
Popular games that I did not enjoy:
Any CoD/Madden Clone
Bioshock - all 3 of them
Guild Wars 2 / Tera / Star Wars TOR
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Guild Wars 2, SWTOR and all COD games. I think there a lot of people who hate these games though.
EVGA GTX 780 SLI , Intel i-5 4670k @ 4.4 GHz, 16g ram, Asus Z-87, Samsung 840 EVO SSD, Corsair TX 850 PSU, Corsair Obsidian 650D, Asus VE278H
Steelseries 7G, Steelseries 4HD, Steelseries Sensei, Pioneer SE-A1000, Logitech C310
Mists of Pandaria - After loving WoW since Vanilla Beta this was such a turn off. All feeling gone. To many dailys.. and pandas..
Minecraft - What is the point? Most diamonds win? Build the biggest house?
Skyrim - To buggy at launch, quests that couldnt be completed and a fecked up magic system. Never played it again.
League of Legends - Tried it, but couldnt get in to it. I guess I suck a lot also..
for me the biggest disappointment has got to be Diablo 3, after all the hype that surrounded this game before release, i expected an epic game, what i found instead was a mediocre at best action rpg. All i can say is thank god it came free in my WoW annual pass. if i had payed for it i would have been very upset
Additionally there are a plethora of mods that add things for you to do, some of which can hold your hand more and 'create' a game for you...same with some servers.
And just to be clear, I'm not saying you can't like it or arguing with you, but perhaps you just don't like mostly unlimited gameplay options and prefer a narrow set of rules and activities associated with theme park games.
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I already answered to this thread with RDR but I have to add Skyrim aswell, I played it for 2 days and haven't touched it ever since. Even tho there were many stupid things in Oblivion, I actually enjoyed it way more than Skyrim.
Games I have played but didn't enjoy:
Games I didn't play but checked out good and didn't like:
Dead Space 3 (turned too much into a FPS)
Zelda Skyward Sword (I don't like the story and the graphics)
Call of Duty (to be honest for a shooter it didn't seem very entertaining)
FIFA (though I don't like sports game)
Simcity (2013 - its issues, lack of actual playing for more then an hour and a few aspects turned me away from it)
WoW: MoP (sorry, it just fully lost my attention, it just seemed to me going too much away from the traditional Warcraft universe)
Borderlands 2 (to me it just seems like the characters are all too... not immature, they reminds me of internet trolls to be honest and that turns me away from the game itself as story plays a huge part in what I play, the humor is extremely immature)
Also not attracted to a game that tries too much to make combat flashy and have those gigantic weapons and heroes with those jerky haircuts (example the Devil may Cry guy, Dante? And the dude in Resident Evil 6, forgat his name). It just makes me feel away from the game itself because the heroes seem to me like jerks.
I also am not attracted of any mindless killing games where the hero is just some super duper near invincible muscle guy, kind of like in God of War.
I have no problem with people attracted to the games above, I just don't like them myself.
I figured it was only fair not to include any RTS's in my list simply because of my dislike for the genre. Seems kinda unfair.