What is the worst game you've still enjoyed? Posted on May 21, 2023 by Anonymous What is the worst game you've still enjoyed?
Kingdoms of Amalur
>make an MMO
>oh shit we can't afford to run an actual MMO
>make it a singleplayer game
Also forget to cut your world map in half cause it's fucking empty, and focus more on putting enemies and unique content in.
Drunken babymaking sex with Kikuri.
Footfags should be publicly executed.
Zombotron (on Steam, not the flash game which actually had similar problems)
>shit exploration (oh you shot at the easily destructible environment accidentally? No secret bonus loot for you)
>shit loot system with rpg mechanics (shops only give you the names of weapons, so you could spend thousands of currency on a weapon only for it to be a downgrade of the one you're currently using)
>medkits are the second best healing item in the game and are plentiful as fuck
Best 4/10 game I've ever played
>Yamada the Reddit
Assassin's Creed 3. It was my favourite. Looking back at it its typical ubislop with globohomo propaganda.
Dragons Dogma, shit was so cash and I will never replay it
Dante's inferno is unmitigated shit for 1/3 of the game and mitigated shit for another 1/3, but I'm still glad I played it for some reason.
I also like Yoshi's Story.
I've never read a criticism of DD on Ganker that I didn't agree with, and yet I still liked it.
Worst game I've enjoyed according to Ganker? Diablo 3 or SWTOR.
Worst game I've enjoyed according to me? The Third Age or Oblivion.
Final Fantasy XIII.
Is it really that bad? I was thinking in playing it.
The combat is good, but It takes like 40 hours for all combat options to be unlocked. The game starts with real barebones options
The story is extremelly confusing and told without context, you will not understand a thing. It's unironically the kind of story you benefit from getting spoiled about the lore, because without context, nothing really makes sense, such is why ppl who play for the first time hate it, and those crazy enough to play for a second time (like me) love the characters and the world
Extremely linear does not fully describe it. You might break your joystick thumb from pressing upwards too much in this game
All that aside, I actually recommend playing it, because XIII-2 is a fucking masterpiece, and Lightning Returns is also really fun
Dragon Age 2, I enjoyed it more than Inquisition.
DA2 is a far better game than Inquisition
Funny, I was say Inquisition. Way better than DA2 in my opinion.
>Yamada the Ganker
>bocchi the rock
imminent chimpout from anti-anime election tourists
>What is the worst game you've still enjoyed?
I love the game, I've been replaying it every few years, but god knows it's objectively complete trash.
But it is very clearly aware that it is trash, and ends up incredibly endearing. It just never fails to make me smile.
Fire Emblem Fates (Birthright)
I have 200 hours in FFXV
Had 0 interest in it before PC release so I had no attachment to anything about it like "but its not what was promised!!!!" so the end product that I got was pretty cool
XV is fine and all as long as you don't even bother with any of the story content.
>XV is fine and all as long as you don't even bother with any of the story content.
not him shame about the awful gameplay for FFXV, main reason why I never went back for any DLCs
>bocchan the 4th
Seed of the Dead 2, it was charming
I enjoy resident evil survivor, its not even bad its just mediocre.
Its combat plays exactly like classic RE, it rewards replays, its endlessly quotable, and the environments are very good looking much the same way echonights environments look.
RE survivor is a core classic game and more of a true resident evil than 4 could ever hope to be, dont let your feelings confuse the facts
Resident Evil 6. The gameplay rewards skill with more fun gameplay. Basically the game becomes more fun if you're more skilled at it. It's theoretically possible to beat the game without taking a single hit as every enemy attack is dodgeable or counterable. Not big surprise why so many people were filtered by the "unfun gameplay".
Chris' campaign can eat shit though. Those J'avos are not fun to fight
nobody was filtered retard kun, everyone agrees the movement is sexy as fuck. But everything else sucks hot cock. This game was the death of qte's in general for a reason, and why we don't get any co-op re games anymore. Damn shame
i heard the opposite, they give you killer moves and slick dodges to use against regular ass zombies. Like imagine Jill dodge rolling and suplexing zombies in RE 1, sounds like a comedy.
I unironically enjoyed it.
It was just way too short and replaying every route from the star was gay padding.
Dead space 3. As a fan of the first two games it was really bad, but playing through it with a friend it managed to gain some cheesy entertainment value.
>goal of game is to entertain
>play 'bad' game
>is good game
as far as least popular i put too much time into probably Nosgoth
>Roy the rock
War thunder. It had some fun moments over the thousands of hours spent on it but it's ultimately a garbage game that's getting worse. Glad I dropped it a year or two ago. Seems like the most recent planned economy changes really pissed people off.
bought this, booted it up, couldnt understand how to proceed past the intro where you are in a ring of fire and returned it within 10 seconds
I was 10 years old but i could beat JRPGs, can't tell if I was retarded or this game's design was.
I can actually have a pretty decent time with X7. I remember back when I got to X7 in the legacy collection, I had a comfy few days of beating the game from start to finish every night after work until I fully maxed out all characters, rather than just stopping at getting all the trophies for the game.
cyberpunk 2077. that one mission where you get to mow down that gang of morons was kino af.
Two Worlds II. That being said, playing the co-op campaign was the only reason why I enjoyed it really, along with the stupid magic system.
I played two worlds ONE to completion for some fucking reason
Life is Strange, if you can even call that a game
It has a very strange charm with its stilted dialogue, nonsensical writing, and shallow literary references. Never seen any other game replicate it.
"Worst" based on what? If we go by aggregate review scores, then it'd be Twisted Metal III. I loved it as a kid and I rented all the others because I liked it so much. I was really confused when I found out it was universally panned. I played 1-4 all around the same time and didn't notice any huge differences between them, but 3's the one people hate.
For me it's oneechanbara 2
>"Worst" based on what? If we go by aggregate review scores, then-
Based on your own fucking opinion you retard
Well, if I enjoyed it, then it can't be bad, since the whole point of a game is to have fun and that's what it's doing.
And no, something can't be subjectively x and objectively y. That's a meme. What you mean to say is YOU think it's x, while OTHER PEOPLE think it's y. That's relative and universal, not subjective and objective. There's no such thing as objectivity in fun since fun only exists within subjects.
>Well, if I enjoyed it, then it can't be bad
Have you never watched terrible movies with friends?
If that's what you mean, then Final Fantasy II. Easily.
tried getting into flyff universe and i dropped that pretty fast though, terrible game
probably that game where you roll a virtual die and it tells you to do things like pee or poop your pants. terrible design but i do like to poop my pants so i still enjoyed it even though i never finished it
With the exception of Beyond Two Souls, I've absolutely loved the Quantic Dream games.
David Cage is the vidya equivalent of Tommy Wiseau, and I say that with every insult intended.
fallout new vegas
love the blue bassist woman.
simple as that
sims 4 without coom mods
DQ11. Definitely the worst game that I managed to finish til the end.
Probably Lost Planet 3 for some fucking reason
The Forest. It's an unifished, buggy, nonsensical mess but I've sunk hundreds of hours in it. Everything in that game was made with the idea of just throwing stuff in because they're cool, without any regard towards internal logic or having a consistent story.
I never really liked Golden Sun but I've played through three of them.
Magic the Gathering.
>Bocchi the Reddit
Jump stadium, was basically a shonen shit smash clone gacha, died because Konami never updated it outside of one really big one like 6 months after
Blue Stinger, Deadly Premonition and Drakengard
These are all terrible games by normal standards, yet they are all great games
Dragon Age 2 probably, and only because I played it like 7 years ago. There is zero chance I would enjoy it if I tried it today. I have no tolerance for Bioware. I even tried to give them another chance by playing BGI and it's still every bit as bad as their newer games
resident evil 3
I loved 1 and 2 so far, but 3 is absolute Shrek-linear 2001 style garbage
T. Played only the remake
The remake is a bad game and the original is better
The original 3 is also the worst of the original trilogy, only propped up by its nemesis gimmick and that's it.
It is, but it's still a good game
Dragon Age Inquisition. The game was shit overall but I enjoyed being the head honcho of the Inquisition and the political intrigue at the end and the DLC.
Dragon age 2
It's buggy as fuck up to and including save file corruption. On land combat as shit is jank. Sailing is sooo fucking comfy though and ship battles are great.
Kane and Lynch: Dead Men. it was kino playing the game co-op
probably not the worst game, but I enjoyed warlander recently
Hatred has a lot of technical problems and is widely considered to be an inferior twin stick shooter, but I've played and beat it multiple times because sometimes I just want to mow shoot up a mall without the the video game nagging me about how it's """wrong""" to hurt innocent people.
IN THIS WORLD, NOBODY IS INNOCENT
ARK Survival. A buggy mess of a game but I love taming dinosaurs and riding them, and fighting other dinosaurs with them.
I played and beat Operation Raccoon City several times, as well as Resident Evil 6.
Playing it right now. Good thing I love me some time loops because if not I would have already dropped it. It gave me some nostalgia so yesterday I started watching the series again.
DoW 3 was so terrible it basically killed that part of the franchise but honestly? it was "mid". not terrible. not bad. I thought DoW 2 was worse because I just did not like the small-squad focused battle over the meatgrinding deathblobs.
Battlefield 2042. I can see how hardcore BF fans hate the changes but from a turn your brain off and shoot some red gamertag standpoint the game is fine a bit stale after a bit but nothing particularly stood out as unforgivable.
Soul Calibur 5 was aparently so bad it supposedly almost buried the franchise but again I never saw the big problem with it. played like every other Soul Calibur I had bought up to that point. My only complaint was with the roster specifically there being 3 random characters (Killik, Edge Master and Soul Edge).
Kane and Lynch 2 dog days had genuinely fun online. I remember all the journalist and players bitching about the presentation where its all shot through like a shaky camera POV which was disorientating for some but I didnt mind it.
Call of Duty Cold War was actually decent even though everyone ripped it a new one on release.
Resi 3 remake I enjoyed
Spiderman 3 (the movie game from 2007)
Terminator Salvation (movie game. Good soundtrack)
Terminator Resistance. Janky but surprisingly fun
Tongue of the Fatman
>Bocchi the clock
stay and then leave
Mass Effect Andromeda
meme me on it
I saw it has a good amount of mods and was considering it
Get it on sale and don't expect it to be as good as the trilogy.
How often do the characters talk like quippy millennials instead of sci-fi tropes?
The builds are fun and the big alien vaults are cool. The gameplay was never really the problem with the game, just everything else.
This game is so god damn bad its good its not even funny. The models have a habit of being very poorly scaled and textures also seems to be from different art styles and have some really bad lighting. The voice acting is abysmal. Stock sound effects everywhere.
The combat is bad mass effect 1 with generic 3 hit arpg melee combo and no cover. The story is the middle of a trilogy but it fails to refer to the first game at all and the cliffhanger leading into the third game is a total tone shift. The characters are flat caricatures at best, the game's own story doesn't seem to do anything other than providing a reason to head to the next island.
Amd its so god damn good its not even funny.
I played Brute Force for xbox with some friends in highschool, stayed up all night and finished it in one go. It was not a good game by any means. Was still fun being being stupid and laughing at the shitty voice acting and cut scenes
dude Brute Force was so fucking fun back in the day, I love the multiplayer since they basically gave you the entire enemy roster to work with
Assassin's Creed: Origins.
Messing about in Ancient Egypt was fun.
I wouldn't even call this a bad game. I honestly kinda love it.
The Godfather 2, the game was unfinished as fuck but the gore and destruction was way too fun, i enjoyed deepthroating women with my baseball bat, also it gave me a latina fetish due to the cuban girls
sonic 4 episode 1
for me its episode 2. way worse even with better music
what did you think episode 2 did worse than 1? always thought the game was an overall improvement to 1 in most, if not every regard to consider it a "passable" enough game
yeah the gameplay was better, but the level design was worst. further you get to gimmick levels with less control over your character until you get to the final zone witch no obstacles and only the final boss. 3rd stage was kino but thats it
they are billions
Sonic Chronicles is very easy and poorly thought out in some places, but I had fun last time I replayed it. Shame every part of the sound design sucked in the final product.
Worst ever game would probably be RJ076472. The controls are stiff and playing it felt like ass, but it was still fun.
Boiling Point: Road to Hell was a janky, broken mess but I had a lot of fun with it. It was an open world FPS/RPG set in a fake South American country in the middle of a civil war. There were different factions you could help, land and air vehicles, you could get drunk (and I think high), the jungle was full of dangerous wildlife. I was a youngster when it released it so that definitely made it more tolerable.
Dang, meant to post the cover.
Yaiba is a legitimately terrible game but I liked ot enough to beat it on every difficulty and have all but 1 or 2 of the achievements in it.
mega man x7 probably
felt kinda empty, almost unfinished and I played that shit for sooo many hours when it released.
to be fair I was 12 or something. (2006)
Blazblue Cross Tag Battle
Basic as shit but still alright tbh. Shouldn't have paid 60.
Another was Tales of Arise. Though I thought that game wasn't that good and I didn't enjoy it that much.
Two Worlds immediately comes to mind. I replayed it a couple of months ago and had a lot of fun despite the glitches. Otherwise its worst aspect is the combat.
for some reason I vividly remember reading GameInformer's scathing review of it like a decade ago
the only thing I know about this game
Arc the Lad
Tie between Victoria 3 and Forspoken.
The game world is flat as a sheet, vehicle driving is terrible, the inability of doing melee unless the target is aggro'd is silly, and the story is retarded.
BUT, the game have some soul. The infos on NPCs and hacking made the world feel very alive. It was a gem on the rough, too bad Ubisoft is retarded and in the sequel they actually take off all the fun things on the first, while not touching anything that was bad about it
Neverwinter Nights the OC