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  1. #41
    Tested out league of legends back when it came out. Less than 20 games later i quit the game, my opinion then was that it was worse than both wc3 dota and HoN in every measurable way i could think of.

    Im sure by now theres been a million updates to it that has improved it imeasurably, but even so im still today suprised that it took off the way it did considering the awful state it started in.
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    Rise of the Robots.

    Never have I experienced such frustration at wasted potential and crippling disappointment in what it looked set to deliver.


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    Possibly the worst game I have ever played is Kingdom Hearts III, due to a combo of being a lackluster game, having very little content, having an idiotic plot, and most importantly, for being in the works for such a long time. The final spit in the face is that it got a DLC, as if they did a job good enough to warrant one.

    I have played very bad games, but KH3 stood out because I really wanted it to be at least decent. After playing it I just hoped it would tank like Andromeda and serve as a wake-up call for Square Enix-Disney to stop tenderizing shit and pretending it's meatballs. No such luck. I guess also other people desperately wanted it to be good and just kept it for themselves...

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    Who Framed Roger Rabbit on NES, hard to type it without cussing between the words.

    Modern games? I really don't like any FPS that is multiplayer only, which doesn't also provide a leveling system that increases player power. Any "reset from zero" games with cosmetic-only progression that have 15 minute gameplay loops, I really don't enjoy. I take that back, fighting games are alright.
    Last edited by Zenfoldor; 2020-11-19 at 10:55 PM.

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    Probably Empire Earth 3.

    Take a well made RTS series in the vein of Age of Empires, but actually spanning from the Stone Age to giant robots shooting lasers. They weren't perfect games, but they were fun games. Then in comes this absolute piece of trash that dumbs everything down to what would have been a mobile game today, looks awful, and has some of the most cringe-inducing lines and voice acting I've ever endured. I was so, so sad at what befell the series I loved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zenfoldor View Post
    Who Framed Roger Rabbit on NES, hard to type it without cussing between the words.
    God that game was frustrating. I got it for xmas one year, I traded it to some sucker for Ninja Gaiden 2 by February.


    The worst game I've played was ET: The Extraterrestrial for Atari 2600. Yes, I'm that old.

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    Wave Race or one of the Uncharted games.
    We're a band of vicious pirates,
    we depend on RNG.
    If I only get one buff,
    then bury me at sea

  8. #48
    Deus Ex: Human Revolution was pretty awful. Never even bothered to try Mankind Divided because of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eninya View Post
    Deus Ex: Human Revolution was pretty awful. Never even bothered to try Mankind Divided because of it.
    You're quite literally the first person I've ever met who didn't like it. Why?


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  10. #50
    Quote Originally Posted by Northern Goblin View Post
    You're quite literally the first person I've ever met who didn't like it. Why?
    I didn't like it, too. The levels were too small and too on rail. They gave you the option to fight or to sneak but if you fought you got punished with much less xp that you needed to get new abilities. And the shooting wasn't even fun to begin with.
    The story was unoriginal and literally ended with "push button a, b or c".

    Deus Ex is totally overrated as a series, the first one was good, all after that either mediocre or outright bad.

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    Two Worlds.

    Bought the game to fill an Elder Scrolls itch, literally traded it at a 50% loss that day. It was buggy and just shit.

    Runner-up is Warcraft 3 Reforged. One of the many people that refunded that game despite loving the franchise.
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    Hydlide.

    My mom got it for me as a gift one day. She probably saw it in a discount bin and the cover is a knight fighting a dragon so she thought it couldn't be that bad .... she was so wrong. I've played both E.T. and Superman64, and can safely say that even those are great games next to Hydlide.

  13. #53
    Classic/vanilla WoW

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thelyron View Post
    Classic/vanilla WoW
    oh come on boy. just fuck off.

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    Buggiest game i completed i would say was Tomb raider - Angel of darkness, it was a mess. The original assassins creed would be my pick for most boring copy and paste job ive played on top of that the controls were awful, ive heard good things about the second one but never got round to playing it

    Of the games i that i liked at the time then came back to many years later and though how the hell did i put so much time into this rubbish i would say Anarchy online

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    This game was complete ass.


  17. #57
    Any NES game published by LJN.

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    Unpopular Opinion. But i was never able to get into the witcher. The combat system was so infuriatingly stupid i quit quite fast every time... and i tried many times. So for me this is one of the worst games ever.
    But that is just for me.

    In normal terms probably every settlers game after 4... had NOTHING to do with the originals... so sad...

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    I likely forgot the actual worst ones, but the worst one i remember is probably the Legend of Korra game.
    Short af (i was BARELY over the refund limit when i beat the game), story was ... there, the combat was boring until the very, very end and all those dumb race sections between the levels...

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    The biggest one that stands out in my mind was a Gamecube game I got years ago thinking it was going to be a really fun game called Amazing Island. Man was I wrong. To this day it is still probably the worst game I ever played. I still wish I could get whatever I or probably my parents paid for it back.



    That's one game I would not even buy for a dollar.
    Last edited by Grubenwolf; 2020-11-20 at 07:25 PM.
    I'd buy that for a dollar.

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