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Topic: Your favorite and most disliked Genre of gaming?

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Chrono_Cross

Chrono_Cross

1. Posted:

My favorite genre: Action Adventure
My most disliked genre: Rythm/Music games

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metakirbyknight

metakirbyknight

2. Posted:

Favorite- 2-D, Sprite-Based, Platformer
Most Disliked- FPS

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Terra

Terra

3. Posted:

Favorite - Action adventure

Most Hated - Edutainment

Terra

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Noire

Noire

4. Posted:

Favorite: RPG
Least favorite: FPS

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IAmNotWill

IAmNotWill

5. Posted:

Favorite: Adventure, Action Adventure, Platformer.
Least favorite: RPG and educational.

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Pegasus

Pegasus

6. Posted:

Favorites: 2D platformers/action adventures (Super Mario Bros, Castlevania), turn-based strategy (Advance Wars, Fire Emblem, Civilization), board/card/logic games (sudoku, solitaire, chess) ... last but not least: pinball

Least favorite: JRPGs (bleh!), fighting (my reflexes suck), simulations (boooring), party games (shovelware extravaganza)

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Kim_Jong-Il

Kim_Jong-Il

7. Posted:

I dislike genres, as they are pigeonholing and hinder creativity. Also, educational games can be fun. Age of Mythology anyone? However, I do hate games that force entertainment on you (Spellodrome, Maths Invaders) etc., expecially because the people who buy them have no clue about gaming and think they're actually fun/cool. So yeah, I like games where the developer put in a lot of effort and it paid off, and dislike games where the developer is simply taking advantage of the consumer. They are the only two genres I think you should have.

Kim_Jong-Il

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Knux

Knux

8. Posted:

Favorites:Action,Adventures,Platformers,and RPGs.
Dislikes:Puzzles

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Edwin

Edwin

9. Posted:

Favorite: Action-Adventure
Least Favorite: Sports

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Kim_Jong-Il

Kim_Jong-Il

10. Posted:

SuperSonic1990 wrote:

Dislikes:Puzzles

What about World of Goo? See my point?

Kim_Jong-Il

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Knux

Knux

11. Posted:

Kim+Jong-II wrote:

SuperSonic1990 wrote:

Dislikes:Puzzles

What about World of Goo? See my point?

Actually,I LOVE World of Goo.
I meant falling block puzzle games [like Tetris and Dr.Mario].

Knux

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CorbsStaff

Corbs

12. Posted:

Favorite: Shmups
Least Favorite: FPS

I changed my mind. I dislike FPS titles more than sims.

Edited on by Corbs

Plain old gamer :)

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WolfRamHeart

WolfRamHeart

13. Posted:

Favorite: RPG
Least Favorite: FPS

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Tails

Tails

14. Posted:

Favorite: FPS (mostly old school though)
Least: Simulation Games

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Stuffgamer1

Stuffgamer1

15. Posted:

Tought question. I'll have to go with the "more than one in each section" method to give you something resembling an accurate answer.

Favorites: RPG (mostly JRPG, with very few western ones mixed in), action-adventure, platformer, adventure (the good ones, like SBCG4AP, Sam & Max, and Monkey Island).

Least favorites (keeping in mind there are exceptions to every rule): Sports, racing, sim, uber-complicated strategy, FPS.

Biggest middle-ground (due to wide variety of sub-genres): Puzzle. I'm not as likely to enjoy a falling-block puzzler (again, with exceptions), but I do quite like stuff like Cuboid, Cloning Clyde, and Lit.

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CorbsStaff

Corbs

16. Posted:

Shees, Stuffgamer1, you could be my twin.

Plain old gamer :)

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Stuffgamer1

Stuffgamer1

17. Posted:

Except I dislike shmups (also with a few exceptions, mostly of the older kind where "bullet-hell" couldn't exist yet).

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Kim_Jong-Il

Kim_Jong-Il

18. Posted:

Stuffgamer1 wrote:

Except I dislike shmups.

But not Clean Asia of Ikaruga, right?
There is no way you could dislike them!

Kim_Jong-Il

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Stuffgamer1

Stuffgamer1

19. Posted:

What's "Clean Asia?" I've tried the Ikaruga demo on Xbox Live Arcade, but never went for the full game. maybe some day, but don't hold your breath.

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Kim_Jong-Il

Kim_Jong-Il

20. Posted:

Stuffgamer1 wrote:

What's "Clean Asia?" I've tried the Ikaruga demo on Xbox Live Arcade, but never went for the full game. maybe some day, but don't hold your breath.

It's a game by Cactus. On the subject of Cactus, anyone know what happened to BDTUW?

Kim_Jong-Il