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irken004

As I mentioned in the other similar thread, I didn't like:

The Final Fantasy series

(Crystal Chronicles series is fine though)

CanisWolfred

irken004 wrote:

As I mentioned in the other similar thread, I didn't like:

The Final Fantasy series

(Crystal Chronicles series is fine though)

You mentioned that in this thread.

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I thought Bionic Commando was terrible, if that makes you feel better. I didn't say it until now though.

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irken004

Mickeymac wrote:

irken004 wrote:

As I mentioned in the other similar thread, I didn't like:

The Final Fantasy series

(Crystal Chronicles series is fine though)

You mentioned that in this thread.

Did I? My mistake lol

Sylverstone

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Nagano Winter Olympics '98 was pretty shoddy. That's the lowest one for me, I always try and stay safe with what I buy.

EDIT: Just remembered Dexter's Lab: Deesaster Strikes (GBA) and Spyro: Enter The Dragonfly (GC). Man, those were pretty bad. Fun when I was a small kid but crappy by my standards now.

I kinda liked Nagano (because I was young and had a N64 throughout the sixth gen)

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My worst game: Blades of Thunder II (DS) and Need for Speed: Most Wanted (DS)

Most Wanted was the worst NFS game on DS, Carbon: Own the City is the best.

Blades of Thunder.... for a game that sucked so much, it got a sequel (for the record, my friend lost my copy of Rayman DS and he gave me this in exchange)

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Buster13

I've never really played a game that I couldn't find at least one redeeming factor with, so I'd probably have to say Super Thunder Blade on the Genesis/Mega Drive. From what I played of it, the game pretty much went like this:

1.Go to the top of the screen
2. Move left and right
3. Mash shoot
4. Hope that either: (A) A stray bullet doesn't hit you, or (B) You don't run into a building
5. Profit

This game predates me, so I'm not sure if the "foreward moving" style of the game was impressive for it's time, but it really hasn't held up. Had I not needed to score 1,500,000 points on it to unlock Space Harrier (which plays similarly, yet for some reason I enjoyed much more) on the PS3 Genesis collection, I doubt I would have played it more than once.

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Toon_Link

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shudders Sorry, flashback.

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CanisWolfred

Buster13 wrote:

I've never really played a game that I couldn't find at least one redeeming factor with, so I'd probably have to say Super Thunder Blade on the Genesis/Mega Drive. From what I played of it, the game pretty much went like this:

1.Go to the top of the screen
2. Move left and right
3. Mash shoot
4. Hope that either: (A) A stray bullet doesn't hit you, or (B) You don't run into a building
5. Profit

This game predates me, so I'm not sure if the "foreward moving" style of the game was impressive for it's time, but it really hasn't held up. Had I not needed to score 1,500,000 points on it to unlock Space Harrier (which plays similarly, yet for some reason I enjoyed much more) on the PS3 Genesis collection, I doubt I would have played it more than once.

...dude, there is a method to its madness. I mean, it is a pretty bland game, but from the sounds of it, you weren't even trying. C'mon, if you can figure out Space Harrier, you should have no problem figuring out Super Thunder Blade...and if all else fails, switch to easy mode.

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megaboomface2

Toon+Link wrote:

Drawn to Life.
shudders Sorry, flashback.

i thought we were friends

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[feenie] ya
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@irken we cant be friends anymore

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[feenie] ya
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Nintendork

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Drawn to Life.
shudders Sorry, flashback.

It's okay, man. It's okay.You're not alone.......

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skywake

I thought that game was awesome when I was 7 or so. I only found it again recently.... I don't know what my 7 year old self was thinking. Its pretty horrible. I think later in the game they borrow enemies from Alex Kidd. Once you beat the first three levels it starts again and just repeats.

Other horrible games I have played. There was a robot fighting DOS game that I thought was equally as awesome when I was about the same age. No doubt looking back it seems horrible but the only time I have played it since was on a 600Mhz Celeron in '98 and it ran stupidly fast because they had timing based on the CPU clock. My opinion looking back isn't objective but I still think my 7 year old self had no taste because even on the menu it looked horrible.

looking back, the only games that I still like that I liked back then were Alex Kidd in Miracle World and Captain Comic. There was another one, a police chasing game that was pretty good and a River Raid clone that was also pretty cool. Other than that most games I played as a kid back in the early '90s were horrible.

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skywake

I guess maybe I dislike it because I remember it being an awesome game that made heaps of sense. Then I come back to it over a decade later and think "wait, why are the enemies flying off the screen? why am I kicking dogs and frogs? what's the deal with the dudes in the windows throwing bottles? why the hell is this character doing the "karate kid" thing after the boss? when will this end!!". It does have that "its so bad its good" thing going for it but and the controls aren't that bad. Maybe I am being harsh but there is no way this is sitting alongside Alex Kidd if it ever comes to Virtual Console.

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axelay80

Mickeymac! How dare you! Valkyrie Profile is one of only two RPGs (the other being Persona 4) that actually clicked with me, despite all the complex menus and strange "we'll throw this in just to be different" mechanics. Then again, I don't like classic series like Final Fantasy or Kingdom Hearts, so I'm probably the weird one.

Anyway, the worst game I've ever played has to be Rise of the Robots for the SNES. It was a one-on-one 2d fighter with cool graphics and... that's about it. Each of the fighters (and I believe there were only 5 or 6 of them) had about 3 moves each, and one player ALWAYS had to choose the main character, even in 2-player!

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Trevor_Fox

Hmmmm.....this is tough. Okay, I'm going to have to say Goldeneye: Rogue Agent and Ninja Gaiden Sigma for me. They both had the same problem. Repetitiveness. _

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Fuzzy

I reckon mine would have to be Mario Is Missing. Rented that game when I was younger, and had no idea what to do.

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