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Games you liked that not many people did.

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MediEvil 

A bit too old school for some and the devs didn't do lot to actually modernise the game but I enjoyed it.

 

Life is Strange 2

Seen quite a few people say it was boring and I have to say I did slightly prefer the original but the second game has the more mature story and I still enjoyed it.

 

The Walking Dead: The Final Season

Probably the weakest of the four seasons with a forgettable supporting cast but Clementine and AJ's guardian style relationship save it and it's probably the best looking of the TT Walking Dead games.

 

Ridge Racer

A lot of criticism was levelled at this game (rightfully so) about how bare bones and light on content it was but the Gold and Silver passes add a lot more of that into the overall package and it's not just a solid racing game but a great demonstration of what the Vita was capable of at the time.

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On 10/29/2020 at 1:30 AM, Negan said:

MediEvil 

A bit too old school for some and the devs didn't do lot to actually modernise the game but I enjoyed it.

 

I've been playing this since it's on PS Now, and I have to agree - it's a fun game with extremely creative visuals, and very light hack and slash gameplay that you don't see in modern games that well. I appreciate the old school throwback, although the camera controls suck sometimes and some parts are way too hard, but even haven't played the original I enjoy this game. I think it's more creative than the Spyro remake is, although it lacks the polish.

 

On 10/28/2020 at 10:04 AM, XXIIlII said:

The Order: 1886

I'll play it again on ps5 2764.png

 

Yep, I honestly liked the Order. It was gorgeous and had a fun story. Just definitely not something I'd buy for 60$. Maybe 10-15 at most.

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Devil May Cry 2 (Just kidding xDDD)

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I genuinely liked and miss Evolve. The premise was interesting as was the world it was in. The devs made one of my favourite games of all time (Left 4 Dead) and the gameplay was similar enough for me to really enjoy it. The whole DLC/microtransaction issue didn't help it but given that the publisher has ruined several other games/series for me with their greed, I'm inclined to believe that it was more the fault of 2K pushing that approach.

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Shadow of the Tomb Raider 

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9 minutes ago, FireFoxie said:

Shadow of the Tomb Raider 

 

Most people liked that game :) 

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13 minutes ago, Maaden_Swe said:

 

Most people liked that game :) 

 

I've seen a lot of people say otherwise sadly. It has a pretty mixed reception among players to my knowledge. A lot of fans seem to think Shadow is the weakest of the three. But hey, if people are warming up to it that's great. That makes me happy 😊 

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I have a huge soft spot for Yakuza Dead Souls, despite it being a bit clunky to play and awkward camera angles and mostly panned by critics, once you get used to it, it just feels so good and I love playing it.

 

Sadly it did not get a PS4 port either so I guess even the devs are not proud of it.

 

It's my guilty pleasure, it might even be my favourite Yakuza game overall.

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I enjoyed the order. Sure it was very linear but it was still an enjoyable experience. 

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Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z, a really funny multiplayer experience

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I really liked Mass Effect Andromeda. Sure, it's not on the same level as the main trilogy, but it still had plenty going for it. The combat was really fun, I liked the story for the most part, and the open world stuff felt like a throwback/natural evolution to ME1's planet exploration (which I missed in 2/3). I'm sad that we're probably never getting a direct sequel to this one, even with the franchise's revival.

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El: Shaddai

NeverDead

Binary Domain

Fuse

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2 hours ago, Mariner1534 said:

I really liked Mass Effect Andromeda. Sure, it's not on the same level as the main trilogy, but it still had plenty going for it. The combat was really fun, I liked the story for the most part, and the open world stuff felt like a throwback/natural evolution to ME1's planet exploration (which I missed in 2/3). I'm sad that we're probably never getting a direct sequel to this one, even with the franchise's revival.

 

Yeah, if they'd had more time to perfect the actual game, as opposed to the years they spent on... random planet generation... it would've been a good game. Some of the loyalty missions genuinely feel like ME2 / 3. It had potential.

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VVVVVV - this Game remembers me back on my childhood. Every second i enjoy of this Game and not really many played IT. So my reply is here right in this thread. I owned a Commodore 64 which this game is made for. 64 means 64 kilobyte RAM Lol. Incredible how fast the time changes the technology

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Nothing from my list really stands out, though I did like No Man's Sky from the very start. I get why people were pissed off, it's just, all I wanted to do with NMS was explore and find cool stuff and it became, and still is my favourite game to just chill with. Of course with the amount of work and updates the general opinion has changed favourably. 

 

I don't see a lot of people with this next opinion. I absolutely loved the first four Assassin's Creed games (that's not the opinion I'm talking about!), but I did get bored of just pressing a button to kill (even though it looked cool) and thought a change to RPG with Origins was exactly what it needed to breath fresh air into the gameplay. I'll even go further, ACII was my favourite AC game...now it's Odyssey. I will now run for my life. 

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On 1/4/2021 at 0:32 AM, PL_Tomasz_G said:

VVVVVV - this Game remembers me back on my childhood. Every second i enjoy of this Game and not really many played IT. So my reply is here right in this thread. I owned a Commodore 64 which this game is made for. 64 means 64 kilobyte RAM Lol. Incredible how fast the time changes the technology

 

VVVVVV was the shit! I remember making custom levels for it as a kid for the Steam version. Great soundtrack too.

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I think Far Cry New Dawn really isn't anywhere near as bad as anyone else says, but Saints Row the fourth is probably the biggest one for me. I dont think i've ever heard anyone say something good about it but i loved every second. Minecraft Story mode was also surprisingly good and honestly that goes for all of the telltale games. Nots sure how people feel about Dying Light but i really liked that one as well.

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Watch Dogs

Resident Evil Operation Raccoon City

Blur

NFS - The Run

Final Fantasy XIII

Final Fantasy XIII-2

 

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Sundered. A lot of people seem to have little good to say about this game but I absolutely loved it. I can see where the method of horde battles could turn some people off but I'd give it a solid 8/10 and the visuals were something else.

 

Faery: Legends of Avalon. This is an old one but I have fond memories of this small rpg from the early PS3 era. Not too difficult or grindy. Linear but enjoyable for the cheap price I got it at.

 

The Order: 1886. The cliffhanger was too soon. Felt like half a season of a good show, ending when it just started to get good. What was there was very fun though and I have no regrets playing it.

 

Shadwen. Loved this game. Played through it twice and had just as much fun on a pacifist run as I did murdering everyone in my wake. A little buggy but nothing too terribly bad.

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- Mafia 3 (better than mafia 1 remake IMO)

 

- GT Sport (most hardcore fans disregard this entry)

 

- Star Wars Battlefront, (Fuck you.This game is awesome ) 

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Splatterhouse reboot (PS3, 2010) - Highly flawed, but just plain fun mayhem, and it includes the main three original games on disc as a bonus.

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