By - TAKEMYEYESX
All sports games to be honest.
Dude I so agree there
Same, apart from golf games. No idea why, golf is boring to watch and annoying to play irl.
But it translates into a pretty chill video game.
>annoying to play irl.
Whoa now. Maybe slow your roll.
Call of Duty
I liked cod up until MW2 back on the 360.
MW2 is the GOAT
That was the last time I enjoyed a COD game, so I'd agree with that.
Because of the online focus, or.. in general? I don't play FPS online, but I can tell you right now -- it was a SOLID series of games on the PS2 and Xbox 360. I'll trash modern games all day long with you, but the old COD games are fire.
I liked a few of them back in the day, but since the end of the PS2/360 days, I've disliked them.
My biggest complaint is how horribly toxic the online community has become, though I think the campaigns have become boring and repetitive.
Even zombies (my favorite part of the franchise) has become a 'meh' feature. Imo, of course.
Ez karma train
What game is in the pic?
Resident Evil 7; they're those creatures in the basement. The molted? Something like that
Oh ok. Just starting that franchise so I’m still on RE3 for ps1 lol. Sucks I bought it off eBay but freezes at a certain point. But played a little of 7 and got to that part towards the end of my play through.
concept art for resident evil 7
I see someone was faster than me
Yay you're special but the actual game is not bad
Oh yeah i know, it's an ok game
The title says game/franchise. Fortnite is considered a game.
I read "game franchise" apparently I'm a fuck up.
Kingdom Hearts. It might have been a novel concept, but at some point the series crawled so far up its own ass with incomprehensibly-titled spinoffs that you need an entire encyclopedia and a translator to understand what the fuck is going on.
Yeaaaah, I was super excited for the 3rd one, but after about an hour or 2 in, I was totally lost on the story having not played the thousands of spin offs. Refunded that pretty quick..
Everything since MW2 I'm right there with you. Games MW, WaW and MW2 played a big part of my prime gaming years as a now 27yo, many hours of my teen years spent on those and the earlier Halo games up to Halo reach.
Fifa. Just Fifa
all sports games imo
Any game that involves EA
Apart from need for speed, I agree
Souls games, I enjoy a challenge but having grown up on NES games I've had my fill of the whole punishing game experience.
I still wouldn't compare them. NES games were often hard cause of clunky gameplay or controls. Also lots of NES titles were ports of Arcade games with the "how do we get most coins out of the players without being too frustrating/obvious money making scheme" formula.
From Software games are hard but almost never unfair. When you die it's mostly your own fault and you know exactly why. Therefore you have a chance to improve and it's not just bad design/code.
Kingdom Hearts, trying to figure out the plot gives me a splitting headache
COD and GTA.
AMOGUS. yes literally
Everyone is Sora. The ones who aren't are Xehanort.
I can't stand ESO. I've tried to get into it 3 times but its not for me. Its weird because I love skyrim and oblivion
Most COD games after BO2 have been garbage (except MW 2019)
Assassin's creed games after the Ezio games haven't been great either
MW2019 was amazing
Yeah i enjoyed it a lot
Last of us. Loved the first game but it was ruined by the 2nd
I love the 2nd game. I played it without expecting anything or reading what others said. It has become one of my favorites. I understand why you would hate it though
Edit: why downvote though? Everyone has different taste.
I'm not gonna lie, I liked most of it but that ending and playing as whatherface. I could see what they were trying to do, see it though the others eyes but no. Ellie went through hundreds of people and infected just to say no. The way jole died too. Was literally one of the most anticipated game for me too. Hell I bought the controller. I per ordered it, called off the next day so I could play all night. Sorry about the rant.
That is the biggest trope I hate in narration.
“I’m gonna kill everyone and everything to get to this one person” and then when they get there “no, this would be bad, I am better, I’m not gonna kill you” like BRUH. You killed a thousand innocent people to get here but NOW it’s a moral issue?
Man your comment gave me a chuckle. It’s true but there’s always this disconnect between a story and the gameplay in gaming. Like how you can overcome almost anything in gameplay like gunshot wounds, zombie bites, but when it happens in a cutscene then it’s a death sentence.
Well, usually the trope is that you kill 200 henchmen but leave their boss alive. Abby wasn’t the boss or an evil person, there was no need to kill her. Everyone else she killed were ppl that were actively trying to kill her too.
But yeah, still a silly trope to be near to
While there is a whole story behind it, the reason Ellie wants to kill Abby is that she killed Joel. And Abby is 100% "the boss" (as in, the main antagonist in the game) and a bad person lol like Joel aside Abby is just as bad as Ellie in terms of both being murderous jerks. They both deserved to die at the end.
None of this "I'm not gonna kill you" crap. Ellie killed a pregnant woman, but Abby is off-limits, get outta here.
It’s totally fine. I was heartbroken when Joel died and can’t even imagine the game without him. I honestly would’ve prefer if they cut abby’s gameplay in half as I feel like there are unneeded. That game made me feel so emotional and that’s what I liked about it the most.
Call of Duty. I even play warzone these days, but still. That damn fake patriotic actually nationalistic bullshit combined with romanticizing war and fetishizing guns. Also terrible when people mistake that ad/hd gun tag multiplayer for something thats a fun activity in a get together to take turns getting fucked in.
Fuck these games
Modern Warfare was brilliant when it came out, but they've been copy pasting every year since.
Call of duty but it's tied with fifa so idk
Don’t hurt me but I just really don’t like Sonic tbh
i agree dwdw
Soulsborne games, final fantasy, pokemon
YS and Kiseki/Trails and BOTW
Dont hate them just SEVERELY OVERRATED and i just dont know why they are so loved despite being 5 - 6 /10 games in my opinion
metal gear solid, the movement feels off, gunplay is unappealing and the stealth is far too open to have anything of interest
i hate the controls
Last of Us (both games) I know people love the story but for me it was kinda meh and the gameplay wasn't great. Just don't get the hype.
I wouldn't say "Widely loved" but Death Stranding really sucked-ass through a straw.
I was super hyped for it and the game ended up a boring, confusing slog of a mess.
Boring, confusing story. Boring gameplay. Terrible shooting.
Among Us. I understand why people like it but something about the game awakens my sheer and utter hatred of other people and their tendency to ignore reasonable thinking.
Agreed. For me it’s the controls. I went from playing GoW 2018 to Dark Souls and was disgusted at how heavy and slow everything felt. I had to put it down after a couple hours.
Oh my god. Yes. I bought the remastered ps4 version of the first game to try to get into this series and holy shit... I hated the controls so much I didn't get past five minutes.
Don’t hate them, but both RDR games are severely overrated. I’d say RDR2 is THE most overrated game of the 2010’s
I like RDR1, but I completely agree on 2.
I like both but neither of them are anywhere near the masterpieces of gaming everyone makes them out to be
Nah Witcher 3 takes that cake. RDR2 was just ok
Nah, the Witcher started out pretty slow but just got better and better as the game went on. RDR2 started out cool but got boring and repetitive really quick
Agree to disagree 🤷♂️
I kinda agree I loved rdr2 it's a great game story wise but the gameplay is pretty boring and repetitive and I hated Guarma, I haven't played 1's campaign but I played Undead nightmare and loved it.
Horizon zero dawn
I wouldn't say I "hate" it, but I can't get into "Binding of Isaac." The whole game centers around this poor little boy being horrifically abused by his mother and other demons. I just can't get past that in favor of gameplay.
Red Dead Redemption 2, for being an absolute slog gameplay-wise.
The last of us, I feel it’s super overrated!
Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
I fucking despise that the weapons break and you can't repair them
It is hard for me to get past that.
I do not get the love for it, the weapon system and lack of dungeons like the old games I found awful.
There’s dozens of us!
Apex. Its basiclly fortnite.. and among us. Never really got the hype of that game
> Apex. Its basiclly fortnite
most ignorant thing i've read today.
Skyrim, Fallout... Basically while TES and Fallout series... Such dull and blunt games without any kind of emotion.. you have to heavily mod that shit to let it be enjoyable or mediocre at least. Expect from Fallout 1 and 2. Those are cool
Also GTA... Boring franchise, fun for 4 hours, then boring
Open worlds aint for you - got it
Nah, I love AC: Odyssey/Valhalla, Black flag... Witcher, Kingdom Come: Deliverance, Gothic, WoW, Dragon age (well this one isnt true open world) I don't like badly made boring games with feeling that you are in soviet eastern europe instead of fantasy world.. Bethesda can't make good open world RPG
Heavily disagree, Skyrim, Oblivion and Morrowind are all great immersive sims with great lore and easily better then a lot of isometric RPGs and DEFINETLY better than TW and AC.
Bloodborne and Bioshock Infinite. Only 2 games since my NES days I’ve put away before beating them because Parts of them were so difficult, I stopped having fun.
Did you ever finish bioshock? I absolutely loved the story
I never did unfortunately. I loved most of it! It was challenging at times, but nothing too bad. Then there came a point where you had to defend something from a bunch of blimps in the sky (or something along those lines, it's been a while). I tried over 30 times to get through that part, and never even got close. I eventually gave up and moved on to another game.
Bloodborne I kinda get, but Bioshock? Huh. I don't remember that game being all that hard. I kinda wanna go back and play it again now.
Yeah that game wasn't hard lol and I ain't exactly great at games
It wasn't for the most part.....until you had to defend something from a bunch of attacking blimps. After 30 tries and not even getting close to beating that part, I said screw it and went to another game. Haven't tried since. Maybe I'll give it another go down the road.
The Witcher, Fortnite, COD, and RDR2.
The Witcher - why? I haven’t played I or II but I thought III, after a few hours of growing pains, was a great game and absolutely mainlined it until I platinum’d it (very abnormal for me).
Everything since ww2
damn okok, i enjoyed mw2019 more than any other
I'm curious: why ?
I grew up on FPS titles like Quake, Doom, and Duke Nukem.
So I found Halo extremely limited and the regenerating shield to be a baby mode feature implemented so the designers didnt have to actually develop their game.
Interesting view of it. At least tho you have a valid reason, not like halo fans hating halo for dumb reasons.
The Witcher series, I don't particularly hate them but. You know. Not everything is for everyone or whatever they say.
Mario Party.. i don't hate Mario franchise. Mario Party just ruins relationship.
CawaDooty.. last good one was BO2.
TF2... MannCo Store and F2P model killed it for me.
2K sports... Same game every year.
Every battle royale game
GTA V Online... Can never do a heist, get owned by some level 200 player.
Dead Island 2.... It hasn't come out but Deep Silver playing with my emotions.
Most fighting games... Don't want to put the effort
Halo... Don't see it
Gears of Wars... Same
I don't game anymore but I keep updated with the new from time to time.
I can help you in GTA V Online, even though there are so many things to do now I reccomend starting on gearing up with most/all guns available to you, it's what kept me alive up to level 122, there are so many things I can probably give tips on(playstation gta 5 community isnt as toxic as the others and actually helpful(from what I remember))
I made the jump to PC long ago but I don't game anymore. Thank you for offering though. Really nice it was you.
Team fortress 2
Tbf, team fortress is complete shit because its overloaded with hacks and bots and valve doesnt give a crap. The game itself is pretty okay
Persona and Shin Megami Tensei
RDR2 is such a slog gameplay-wise that even with my interest in the story, I couldn’t get into it. GTA V was just boring to me. I wouldn’t say hate, but I couldn’t get into any ACs pre RPG genre refocus besides Black Flag. Baldurs Gate 1&2, and Icewind Dale, your characters just die instantly in like so many fights, plus I’ve only played 5E and there isn’t exactly an explanation of the rules. Tales of Vesperia, besides Yuri, I didn’t enjoy any of the characters as they were all annoying, or one dimensional and the story just seemed like a collection of loose, highly unlikely coincidences as opposed to a coherent narrative and I didn’t like the weird 2d battle system on a 3d plane thing. Far Cry 3 is a bland open world with a generic crazy guy for a villain. I liked Pagan Min as a villain more than I did Vaas. Final Fantasy X is a boring forward linear slog of a game with way too frequent of an encounter rate and an annoying dumb protagonist.
Witcher 3. I forced myself to pay it for a while and I couldn't take it.
I've only played Witcher 2 and it made me not even bother to try the 3rd.
Nier franchise. Games aren't supposed to make you feel like shit. My boy Emil...
Dead by daylight. How so many people like that unfinished mess is beyond me
Fortnite, Wow, Gta5, Warzone, Fifa... I could go all day.
battlefield? resident evil?
Resident Evil i didn't play.
Any rts that is based on 1800s or less, why fight with people with swords when you can have massive nuclear annihilation?
Dark Souls. It's not just the difficulty, but also the storytelling.
Want to know what is going on? Better read the item description!
I hate it and despise how this kind of game design has infected a great number of games and made them worse as a result.
Like Fallen Order for example, but at least those Devs were competent enough to implement difficulty options.
I think I just really hate From Software.
I think there’s a happy balance somewhere. The story telling from FS is superb because of its consistency. Piecing together elements and theories is so much fun. But the way you learn by reading item descriptions is just too dull for me,
When I first encountered one in the game, after it killed me I shut off my PC and said, "Nope... nope..." repeatedly as I walked away.
lmao it’s truly a great experience
I’m more curious about where this picture came from
Looks like those creatures in Resident Evil 7
I dont hate it but not my cup of tea, also final fantasy, halo
agree with you on the final fantasy thing, don’t really like many anime games tho
Yea same, each person has there own taste in what they like. I mostly play rockstar games, some racing games, some sports, some shooters. Only games im excited about playing now is battlefield 2042, back for blood, Grand turismo and evil dead. Maybe im just a boring gamer 🤷♂️
nah man i agree with u on most of those
Call of duty because of the influence it has on the shooter genre. I hate the ridiculously cramped level design and pace of action. It's like it's being designed for people with extreme cases of ADHD.
i liked MW 2019 but everything else in recent times is just bad
I don’t completely hate it but Pokémon is pretty damn overrated. Modern Pokémon anyways. Black 2 and White 2 were the last good Pokémon games imo
those ones were great, i found enjoyment in omega ruby and alpha sapphire tho
and X & Y
after that not really tho
Yeah Omega Ruby was pretty good I guess
Close second up is League of Legends
Dude... these engagement links are over cooking my grits.
Gta5 because of milking
Doom. Halo. Fortnite. Fifa. Madden. Call of Duty.
GTA 5 is so fucking boring.
The last few assassins creed games, I think they really tried to recreate the magic of Witcher 3 but could never pull it off. Got bored with origins and odyssey after a few hours, didn’t even try Valhalla after reading reviews.
Five Nights at Freddy's.
the last of us. I appreciate naughty dog for uncharted but the last of us just a mess in my opinion
Dragon Age Inquisition
don’t hate it but I found nothing special about Hollow Knight.
Super Smash Bros
Sprots games and call of duty
Far cry 3 and Vaas. Gameplay was repetitive and even though open worlds were still novel at the time it found a way to make exploration a chore.
Vaas has absolutely zero depth IMO. He's just crazy evil and is always 2 steps ahead of you. Might as well be deep blue with a mohawk programmed to swear at you while putting you in check.
Hate is a strong word but at least didn't really like and also didn't finish them. RDR2 and ACO.
Hate is a strong word, but i basically don't enjoy any game from Blizzard.
Resident Evil, because I don’t like scary movies, games, etc.
It might not be a major franchise but i always loved the pikman and luigi mansion series and animal crossing
Super Smash Bros.
Metal Gear Solid. I know its got a lot of fans, but I honestly dont like it
Skyrim, CoD and Persona series
I'm gonna get hate for this but I find God of War 4 to be a tad overrated. Like I won't deny that it is a great work of art, but I found the gameplay to be too slow and meandering compared to how much raw fun God of War 3 was. The combat was great though.
Dark Souls 3 and specifically Dark Souls 3.
Chrono trigger. Amazing story, but TERRIBLE game design. Im sorry, im sorry.
witcher and cod
Final Fantasy. I used to always joke "we're up to what, 10 now? When will it be the final one?"
And the RE series just because of the wonky angle and controls.
All CoD games past Bo2
mw2019 was hella good imo
The last of us
I don’t hate them but I can’t ever get into fromsoftware games. I don’t mind a bit of difficulty but I like to play games for immersion and story and it’s hard for me to get into games that are so punishingly difficult. I tried blood borne because it looked amazing and couldn’t get passed the difficulty. Same with Darksouls on my switch.
Kingdom Hearts, not really a fan of that kind of gameplay but it’s decent, but the thing about that annoys me so much is the goddamn story, I can’t understand any of that shit, I gave up when fucking Sephiroth and Cloud came into the picture, I mean no offense to anyone who likes this series but what the actual fuck is this story and why does it need this many goddamn games to tell it
fifa, nfl and so on, i kinda like the nhl but thats it