My toes aren't hurt. I grew up with that game, so maybe I have a bias. Fond memories of my fat green screen gameboy when I was 6 or 7 years old, playing FFL under the blankets far past my bedtime.
Quest 64 for the Nintendo 64 - what a boring ass game. I really couldn't get into Grand Theft Auto 4 - just too different (from a gameplay perspective) the previous games.
at the time, I was so excited and it *WAS* a great game, Street Fighter 2 (the original, no Turbo) for the SNES, lol.
with how much fighting games have evolved, looking back on this, was such a waste of money (50-70 dollars, ughn!), but shockingly at the time, this was the fighting game that everyone wanted...
I had completely mastered this game, lol, and I could beat all of my friends without moving at all, just doing normal attacks as they came near me. Though, I also had the chain attack patterns of course too, hehe. It had its own simple tactics, which were quite fun at the time.
I've played quite a lot of bad games, being an early gamer, there were many games that I rented that were very confusing (strategy games) with like no instructions about them, and this was before the prominensce of the internet or even rip-off gaming guides, lol. There was only a even more rip-off "help-hotline", lol.
I was a kid at the time, and cried and got mad so much when I couldn't figure out how to play the games I had rented, lol.
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I got Red Dead Redemption a while ago and I can't believe how boring it is. I guess they were going serious with this game since there's very little humor in it (for a RockStar Game?). Even the outfits that you can earn for your character is boring. I wanted to at least have one Painted Cowboy outfit (Rustler's Rhapsody anyone?) The cheats are a joke; so if you're going to commit to cheat why doesn't the damn thing stay on all the time? I could care less about earning trophies, I just want to experience the game. And if I find it interesting after the first play through, I usually play it without cheats for the difficulty.
The Last Remnant
Now I'm not saying that this game was bad, but I really do regret buying it. I only managed to get 1 hour of gameplay and then the game would crash. At first I thought it was due to my PC's video card not being good enough for the game, but I've managed to play even better looking games on it so that probably wasn't it. I lent it to a friend of mine to see if he could get it working but he couldn't because of Steam (I don't really know that much about Steam but I think it was a problem with the game rather than the former).
Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution 2
I remember watching videos of the Gekitou Ninja Taisen series for the GC and thinking that the games looked really cool. A few years later I saw CoNR2 for sale and I decided to buy it. I had heard that the game was pretty fun so I had high expectations, but the game was just so bland. The graphics were dated and the gameplay was boring. I also had the hardest time controlling puppet users.
I found that this game was really weak for Square Enix game, the storyline wasn't great and the battle system only kept me interested for a few hours.
I just found the entire feel of the game was a bit slow and dull, and I gave up playing eventually.
Another game for me would have to be Tekken 5 for the PS2.
I got this game as I'd never owned a Tekken game, but loved playing Tekken 3, 4 and tag at my friends houses, and so when this one came out I went with one of my friends and picked it up.
They didn't really add anything of value to it, that they didn't already have in Tekken 4, and I found the environments seemed worse if anything.
Also they shoved that Jin minigame into it (I think it was called "The Devil Inside" or something like that) and it was really repetative and boring.
This farm simulator game I played on steam... OMG! It was bad. I downloaded it because I was hella bored and me and my mate just wanted to fuck around, but there was nothing amusing about this shitty game.