Discussion in 'Gaming Hangout' started by InsaneNutter, Dec 30, 2009.
So lets hear them, im sure everyone has a few!
The Last Remnant.
halo 3 odst...
GTA 4 here, not sure what happened to the fun factor...
DBZ Burst Limit. That was the only one I didn't enjoy buying, renting of course is another story.
i haven't got any, because i allways check the reviews at Gametrailers and other sites and always choose very well (tight budget for buying). A great 2010 everyone
Two Worlds. "The must have replacement for Oblivion" HA! Horrible graphics, bad game play, and no story line to speak of. What a waste of $60.
STALKER: Clear Sky, GTA4 and World of Warcraft.
How do you mess up battling mythological creatures taking over New York after accidentally opening Pandora's box? They found a way!!!
I remember reading about Legendary before it came out. It seemed like a great idea, but it failed to meet the mark when it was released. I would only buy this game if it was around $15.
Usually I read reviews first as well but the box art got me and reading the back made me bite. My first clue should have been that it has been priced dropped to $30 from $60 and had only been out like 2 months.
After I got home I read the review and thought twice about opening it. When a demo popped up on xbox live i tried it, wasn't impressed and returned the unopened game lol.
Clive Barkers Jericho. I've still yet to play the full game but the demo didn't leave me with the greatest motivation to play the game I'd just bought. To add insult to injury I also bought this game for a mate (it was Xmas and I ordered 2 copies).
NFL Tour...... cheap-azz game, was really not worthy buying! (and monotonous like my auntie)
Turning Point: Fall of Liberty. a supremely mediocre shooter.
Grand Theft Auto 4 without a doubt. The most boring GTA ever, and the first one I bought legally! What a mistake.
Huh? I have different thoughts: seems like total fun to me, but it's only my opinion...
Even more boring then the first one?
I do know what you mean though, I wanted a next gen San Andreas and I definitely didn't get one.
All GTA games seem to be the same to me. 1 was great and original. 2 was a port. 3 brought back the originallity but no real upgrade since. I am still waiting for a true "open" environment. Think Oblivion meets GTA. That would rock.
It seems I'm one of the only ones that enjoyed GTA IV. I even enjoyed the DLC packs for it. Granted the game was a little bit slower than other GTA games, but this GTA was still top notch in my opinion.
As far as i'm concerned Crackdown / Crackdown 2 is the new GTA series in my eyes.
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