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41. Posted: Wed 25th Aug 2010 12:15 BST
Fighting Street - the gameplay SUCKS
Sonic Chaos - Slippey controls
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42. Posted: Wed 25th Aug 2010 16:25 BST
Wonder Boy II
Edit: nvm, I like it now after more time on it.
Edited on Thu 26th August, 2010 @ 19:44 by SuperToad
43. Posted: Thu 26th Aug 2010 09:24 BST
@Everyone crap. I guess I can blame my mistake on just being tired. moving across the country soon, not much sleep, in between semesters, blah blah blah
on the VC topic, hmmm
Street Fighter Alpha 2 is the only game that really comes to my mind. I think the gameplay for the arcade version must have been good, but really, the loading times are just insane. The music also seems to be low compared to the sound effects sometimes. Its just a chore to try and play through.
Also, I guess I regret Tower Toppler. I used to play it when it was known as Castelian, for the NES. The versions are pretty similar, although the bonus areas between stages are totally different. I guess it was more fun when i was like, 4 years old.
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44. Posted: Wed 6th Oct 2010 18:06 BST
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45. Posted: Wed 6th Oct 2010 18:29 BST
SMB: Lost Levels. Too hard, will never get past the first level.
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46. Posted: Wed 6th Oct 2010 18:34 BST
Token Girl wrote:
I didn´t like it either, until i found the 1-up trick in the start of level 1-1. You can get over 100 lives pretty easy
47. Posted: Wed 6th Oct 2010 18:47 BST
Gunstar Heroes. It's just too short and doesn't have much replay.
Also military madness, it was only $6 but it's just not very engaging.
Also I don't know why I bought Ocarina of Time, I still own it on N64.
Probably could have skipped Bomberman '94 also.
Edited on Wed 6th October, 2010 @ 18:54 by ArmoredGoomba
48. Posted: Wed 6th Oct 2010 21:22 BST
NES Open Tournament Golf- Thought it would be another fun Mario sports game, but it wasn't.
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49. Posted: Thu 7th Oct 2010 01:06 BST
For the Millionth time (drum roll please):
Donkey Kong (NES): A once awesome game cut down to 3 stages and the last two suck.Ice Climbers (NES): This has to be the worst game I've ever gotten on the VC. The gameplay is frustrating as hell and every level feels almost the same, except now it's more frustrating.Alex Kidd (SMS): It's a good game, yes, but again, it's far too difficult for me to ever want to go back to. I'll admit, I suck at platformers, but even after 10 consecutive Game overs, I still can't make it halfway through the first stage. Even Super Mario Bros. 2 wasn't this hard.River City Ransom (NES): It's a great game, but Beat 'em ups just aren't my thing, and I got bored with it very quickly, never wanting to start it up again.
Otherwise I'm good.
Edited on Thu 7th October, 2010 @ 01:08 by CanisWolfred
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50. Posted: Thu 7th Oct 2010 01:08 BST
Donkey Kong (NES): A once awesome game cut down to 3 stages and the last two suck.
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51. Posted: Thu 7th Oct 2010 01:09 BST
Mystical Ninja. Most overrated game of all time.
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52. Posted: Thu 7th Oct 2010 01:12 BST
53. Posted: Thu 7th Oct 2010 01:18 BST
lockelocke wrote:Mystical Ninja. Most overrated game of all time.How so?
I like Mystical Ninja.but its more fun when you have a friend
54. Posted: Thu 7th Oct 2010 01:19 BST
Kirby`s Dream Land 3 (SNES)- Once I bought Super Star on VC, I realised how mediocre KDL3 really was.Zombies Ate My Neighbors (SNES)- Truly overrated to say the least. Repetetive, boring, gameplay that not even co-op can cure. Music makes my ears bleed, and the controls are decent.Mega Man (NES)- Just like everyone says it is. Craptasticly, crappy.
Edited on Thu 7th October, 2010 @ 01:20 by Chrono_Cross
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55. Posted: Thu 7th Oct 2010 01:23 BST
Okay, I'm exaggerating. Brawl is the most overrated game of time
I just felt like Mystical Ninja is maybe the first game in history to suffer from the "2nd refrigerator." Too many shops and minigames. Too many enemies constantly flying around the screen when I'm just trying to buy some pizza or something. I can't deny the game has charm, but the gameplay was too manic to enjoy. I was mostly disappointed because I used to drool over the game in issues of Nintendo Power when I was a kid. It definitely wasn't as cool as my 7 year old self had imagined.
Edited on Thu 7th October, 2010 @ 01:29 by lockelocke
56. Posted: Thu 7th Oct 2010 01:27 BST
Chrono Cross wrote:
Zombies Ate My Neighbors is repetitive, yes, but the point was to see how far you can get with your limited amount of resources. It was kinda like Resident Evil where you really had to be careful because you never know when you'll get to a tough spot and run out of something you really need. There are also a bunch secrets to find and exploit. I'm not telling ya to like it, but it sounds to me like you didn't go in with the right mindset.
As for Mega Man, it lacks polish, but I wouldn't say it's all that crappy. That's just me, I doubt I could change your mind at all in that regard.
And Kirby's Dreamland 3 is mediocre. I'm sorry it took you so long to realize that.
57. Posted: Thu 7th Oct 2010 01:28 BST
Mega Man (NES)- Just like everyone says it is. Craptasticly, crappy.
Really? Even though it shows its age, I find it to be pretty fun
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58. Posted: Thu 7th Oct 2010 01:32 BST
@MickeymacOkay, I'm exaggerating. Brawl is the most overrated game of time I just felt like Mystical Ninja is maybe the first game in history to suffer from the "2nd refrigerator." Too many shops and minigames. Too many enemies constantly flying around the screen when I'm just trying to some pizza or something. I can't deny the game has charm, but the gameplay was too manic to enjoy. I was mostly disappointed because I used to drool over the game in issues of Nintendo Power when I was a kid. It definitely wasn't as cool as my 7 year old self had imagined.
I just felt like Mystical Ninja is maybe the first game in history to suffer from the "2nd refrigerator." Too many shops and minigames. Too many enemies constantly flying around the screen when I'm just trying to some pizza or something. I can't deny the game has charm, but the gameplay was too manic to enjoy. I was mostly disappointed because I used to drool over the game in issues of Nintendo Power when I was a kid. It definitely wasn't as cool as my 7 year old self had imagined.
So what you're saying is you didn't enjoy it because it wasn't what you expected and it was much too difficult? I can relate to that. I almost put down Alien Soldier for the same reason. Plus, I found Mystic Ninja too hard as well, but like JumpMad said, if you got a friend, it's not nearly as hard, and much easier to enjoy. Good luck finding someone to play it with, though. oh well, at least if you hadn't gotten it, you'd still have that part of you drooling over it.
59. Posted: Thu 7th Oct 2010 01:44 BST
I would have to say final fantasy.I wanted to get start playing the FF series so I started with the first one, but the only problem for me is I have no idea what to do. I've used walkthroughs but I can't pull myself together to play the game.
Where are you? There are usually hints throughout the game that tell you where to go, and more often than not, where you can go is where you should go.
Mega Man 3- There's WAAAAY too much slowdown, the level design's cheap, and the music gets kinda monotinous. I suggest playing MM4 instead
I share your sentiments, and that's why MM3 is not one of my favorites. However, with that said, the levels in MM4 can be kind of cheap, too.
Landstalker: Tried it once and will never touch it again. I don't want to waste my life on such crap.
It really is a love it or hate it game. With that said, I hate it. A lot. The controls are rediculously frustrating to use, and I'm constantly killing myself. I really wanted to like it, but I just couldn't. Good thing it was my PlaySega free game so I didn't waste any money on it.
Edited on Thu 7th October, 2010 @ 01:45 by CanisWolfred
60. Posted: Thu 7th Oct 2010 01:49 BST
I regret buying Uncharted Waters: New Horizons it was monotonous and boring.
Which reminds me, I still need to get that game.