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41. Posted: Sun 1st Nov 2009 07:02 GMT
Disneys cars ( i still can't belive that was $50 and i beat it in 2 days )
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42. Posted: Sun 1st Nov 2009 14:13 GMT
Super Mario Sunshine is awful, but Rampage: Total Destruction is the one game I regret buying. I won't throw it away though, because I like my collection to grow, not shrink.
If you hate the Mario franchise so much, why did you even buy Super Mario Sunshine?
Rampage I agree with though, the game was terrible.
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43. Posted: Sun 1st Nov 2009 14:27 GMT
Couldn't stand Pikmin. I've only played the original and I've heard 2 is great, but the original just really turned me off to trying anything more Pikmin.
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44. Posted: Mon 2nd Nov 2009 03:14 GMT
Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly, it is simply the worst video game I have ever played in my life.
45. Posted: Mon 2nd Nov 2009 03:24 GMT
Veiwtiful Joe. Not because it was a bad game, but because the disc was scratched to the point where it would not make it past the opening cutscene without crashing. The worst part? The store I got it was liquidating, and shut its doors the next day, so it wasn't like I could return it. It only set me back five dollars, so it wasn't much of a loss, but I'd be lying if I said I wasn't dissapointed.
Edited on Mon 2nd November, 2009 @ 03:26 by Buster13
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46. Posted: Mon 2nd Nov 2009 03:30 GMT
Out of all of the GC games I have, I only regret a couple.Die Hard Vengence was just a terrible shooter.Darkened Skye had horrible controls.Resident Evil was definitely not my kind of game, I bought the anniversary collection, played this and thought it would be kind of cool to explore freely around except for the limited saves.Resident Evil Zero I have never done more than look at.
I don't entirely regret the Resident Evil Collection, I loved 4, but it was a learning experience. I know that those aren't really my kind of game. I should really see if Zero is any better, I think I heard the inventory management was nicer, but it was only $10 more for two games, meh.
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47. Posted: Mon 2nd Nov 2009 03:35 GMT
I mostly only got first party games for my GC, but the two that weren't were pretty bad( and by that I mean COMPLETELY HORRIBLE GAMES THAT NO ONE SHOULD EVER THINK ABOUT GETTING). Egg Mania(yes, you never heard of it), and Chronicles of Narnia the Lio... oh you know the rest.
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48. Posted: Mon 2nd Nov 2009 03:38 GMT
Out of all of the GC games I have, I only regret a couple.Die Hard Vengence was just a terrible shooter.Darkened Skye had horrible controls.Resident Evil was definitely not my kind of game, I bought the anniversary collection, played this and thought it would be kind of cool to explore freely around except for the limited saves.Resident Evil Zero I have never done more than look at.I don't entirely regret the Resident Evil Collection, I loved 4, but it was a learning experience. I know that those aren't really my kind of game. I should really see if Zero is any better, I think I heard the inventory management was nicer, but it was only $10 more for two games, meh.
I'm not a fan of Resident Evil at all--at least, I thought I wasn't, until I played Resident Evil Zero, and loved it, so I wonder if I'd like the original if I went back and tried it. I don't even count Resident Evil 4 (or 5) as Resident Evil. Sure, it pretends to continue the storyline and all, but it's WAY more action than survival horror now.
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49. Posted: Tue 3rd Nov 2009 06:27 GMT
I just found Resident Evil to be extremely open-ended, which isn't a bad thing really, but you start to fill up your inventory FAST and either you're screwed or it just makes it really hard for a while. And the limited saves really cuts down on the amount of exploring you want to do and then go back to where you started. That and I could not kill that stupid zombie with my knife, no matter how many times I tried, I got a pistol to help but I really wanted to conserve the ammo and it just frustrated me. All I asked for was one knife kill...
50. Posted: Tue 17th Nov 2009 22:31 GMT
The knife is the most useless weapon in videogame history, and you're really not supposed to use it for anything. I recently discovered the Resident Evil series myself, and I'm loving it.
And I don't really regret buying any gamecube games; I bought most of them used and so cheap that I couldn't go wrong.
Oh, and why do people hate Sunshine? It beats the crap out of Galaxy imo.
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51. Posted: Tue 17th Nov 2009 22:33 GMT
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52. Posted: Tue 17th Nov 2009 22:36 GMT
Super Mario SunshineI wanted to own it more than anything so I could 100% it like with 64 and Galaxy, but the controls turned me off. It's hard to accurately pull off a spin jump and land where you want. I spent an hour trying to get one shine before finally giving in to the fact that I would never be able to 100% it.
Edited on Tue 17th November, 2009 @ 22:37 by nintendogamerftw
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53. Posted: Tue 17th Nov 2009 22:42 GMT
Spin jumps take some getting used to, sure. But it's one minor flaw that doesn't really detract from the game. The rest of the controls are spot on IMO.
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54. Posted: Wed 18th Nov 2009 04:14 GMT
I have 120 stars on Sunshine. At least that was a great challenge which took me months, and therefore I like it more than SM64 and Galaxy which I perfected in a few days.
I love Mario games with a challenge. I appreciate the levels more if I can play them for a while and not just once and never again (because there's nothing else to do).
I hope Galaxy 2 will be as challenging as Sunshine, that would be good
55. Posted: Wed 18th Nov 2009 04:17 GMT
I have all the Shine Sprites on Super Mario Sunshine, thanks to Action Replay! I could never imagine doing the work by myself. But the game itself, not so fond of it.
The Gamecube game I regret purchasing the most is probably Geist.
56. Posted: Wed 18th Nov 2009 04:33 GMT
@world I feel my opinions are more important than others' and make myself look stupid in public by coming off as a dunce with no brain or capability to defend my own argument.
Edited on Wed 18th November, 2009 @ 04:34 by SwerdMurd
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57. Posted: Wed 18th Nov 2009 04:36 GMT
I have all the Shine Sprites on Super Mario Sunshine, thanks to Action Replay! I could never imagine doing the work by myself. But the game itself, not so fond of it.The Gamecube game I regret purchasing the most is probably Geist.
Really? Geist is one of my favorite games on the GCN, and Sunshine is by far my favorite 3D Mario game
@Axoloth No, sunshine was crap compared to SMG. STFU. Also, Amazing island was a crap game with a crappy interface. If anyone wants to complain to me or state your opinion against mine, just know I don't give a crap.
Whoa. Watch yourself, there. I personally agree with Axoloth, but jeez, it's just an opinion. Why feel the need to get defensive about it? I've never played Amazing Island, but as much as I don't care, I'm not going to bash someone's opinion. Jeez. Calm yourself, Iago.
Edited on Wed 18th November, 2009 @ 04:41 by grenworthshero
58. Posted: Wed 18th Nov 2009 04:40 GMT
My favorite 3D game is still Super Mario 64. It's a fun one!
59. Posted: Wed 18th Nov 2009 04:44 GMT
I honestly love my entire Gamecube library...I'm looking through it, and even the semi-meh game were worthy purchases. Overall, I'd say much more of my Wii library falls into the "why did I buy that?" category as opposed to my GC library. I guess Donkey Konga blew pretty hard....but I got it and the bongos for 4 dollars so it's hard to feel that robbed. I supposed I could've downed 20 Wendy's nuggets, but the resulting medical bills would've ruined the savings.
60. Posted: Wed 18th Nov 2009 05:04 GMT
That Mega Man Network Transmission one. I even bought it twice, and regretted it more and more with every playthrough. G-d, it's such a terrible game! I also regret getting Viewtiful Joe 2, if only because it's so dang hard. I mean, I like challenging games, but VJ2 just took it way too far. Seriously, are there even any checkpoints in this game at all?!
Edited on Wed 18th November, 2009 @ 05:05 by CanisWolfred
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