21Matt_BarberThu 23rd Feb 2023 On the Zelda theme, I'll go with Skyward Sword and Triforce Heroes. The former isn't universally hated; indeed, there's a significant chunk of us who'd rate it as among the best the series ever had to offer particularly due to its storytelling, dungeon design and sheer level of immersion. Still, you don't have to look far to find bitter complaints about its linearity, repetition, finicky mechanics, the annoyance of Fi and above all, the motion controls. As for Triforce Heroes,it's basically what Sticker Star is to the Paper Mario franchise; a mechanically solid game but with a bland story in a series that's otherwise very strong on that front. I still think it very good fun if you can get a couple of like-minded players together. Oh, and the original Metroid for the NES. It often gets held up as being the runt of the litter, with the series only truly coming alive with the SNES and subsequent iterations, but it's the only one of the series outside the Prime games that truly captivated me. Being rock hard and unforgiving just makes you feel better for getting anywhere in it. Matt_Barber
Topic: Games that are disliked but that you think aren’t that bad.
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