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  1. Shadow of Mordor: Game of the Year Edition - Just beat the story mode and plan on doing the extra content included when I get the chance.
  2. PixelGrip94

    Things You Hate In Games You Love

    The gummi ship sections in the original Kingdom Hearts. Compared to the rest of the game, they're just so boring and monotonous.
  3. There's not a lot of games that I can do this with and still enjoy as much as the first time I played it (if not more), but by far one of the games I can and have done this with constantly is Kingdom Hearts 1 and 2. When I was younger, I would actually make it a point to play these games to 100% in succession at least once a year. While I don't have the time to do that now, I'm still not against doing it and would gladly use the remasters to continue that trend.
  4. PixelGrip94

    Games You...

    Games you hate that everyone else loves or Games you love that everyone else hates Please keep it civil people. Former - Borderlands 1 & 2. Hated the first one and I played all the DLC on the GOTY edition. Tried number 2 and only found one of the problems with the first game fixed with others made worse. - Call of Duty. Too many in too short a time span. One every year doesn't mean improvement. - Sports games. Same reason as above. - Grand Theft Auto IV. Got incredibly bored of the story only 1/4th of the way through the game. Only fun the game had to offer were cheats. - Metal Gear Solid series. Series plot is complicated for the sake of being complicated, not being deep, meaningful, or interesting like it pretends to be. I feel like playing the series to understand the plot would be the equivalent of homework. - Demon's/Dark Souls. I understand that's it's not a game for everyone, but personally, hair ripping challenge does not equal a fun game to me. - Sly Cooper Trilogy. Liked number 1, hated 2, felt 3 was meh. - Assassin's Creed. Same problem as Call of Duty. Only difference is that I didn't feel the first was good enough to warrant a greatest hits release, let alone 20 sequels. - Fallout 3/New Vegas. 3 had "so much to do" despite me wandering the wasteland for multiple hours looking for something to do only to get killed by some random enemy due to high level gap or lack of useful weaponry. Liked New Vegas until the end required me to do more side quests than I already dumped multiple hours into before even contemplating the end missions due to (again) insanely high leveled enemies and lack of useful weapons/ammo for useful weapons. Not to mention the severe lack of healing items that healed more than half a point. - Pokémon. Worse than Call of Duty in the sense of repackaging the same game and charging full price for it. While they take longer to release a new title, that makes it all the worse when it's basically a carbon cutout of the previous games from the last 20 years. Lost interest from Black and White on due to the story misleading me into thinking that it would delve into more interesting dilemmas than "leader of evil group wants to take over the world with Pokémon/be the best trainer in the world" - Skyrim. Similar problems to Fallout. Not a lot of healing items and you die rather easily (though not as easy as in Fallout) and while it actually had a lot to do, the game does a poor job of explaining it in enough detail to where I actually bother to try doing it. - Super Mario/Mario Kart/Mario Party. Exact same problem as Pokémon. Only difference is the games are usually only rereleased with each new console. Only exception to my dislike is Smash Bros. - Bioshock Infinite. I don't exactly hate this game, but I didn't really see what people found so great about it. Played through it, but didn't find it having as much of an impact on me as the original Bioshock. Honestly, I don't really have any games that I like that everyone else hates. At least not to an extreme degree like the games above. Probably the closest is Final Fantasy XIII. I didn't think the game was too bad and I liked the battle mechanics and how you had to be pretty strategic in some fights to survive.
  5. Skip to 50 seconds to start up my thoughts. I want to know what you guys think of them. do you really think they are that bad? I do not. so i shed my thoughts in a video i made a little bit ago.
  6. Now i want this discussion to stay friendly but i wanna here from you guys.. I do not think those items are worth it when normal items are the same thing with out the risk of being scammed(which is unlikely) or hacked and losing all the items you most likely spent 100's of dollars earning or buying. Now im not putting anyone down for getting these but it just doesn't seem worth it to me when it's just virtual gear and you could argue you can sell it for real profit but in the end and for the most part you probably spend more then what the item or items is worth to earn them. Anyways i wanna know what you guys think because keeping track of kills or a small particle effect that costs so much and does nothing truly different and just put you at risk doesn't seem worth it to me. What do you guys think?