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Last game you deleted without completing + ranting


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10 minutes ago, OpenC said:

None of the above :anguish: you could grab stuff and just hold it above you then launch it at fuckers

 

When it comes to me it'll be completely different than how I recall it and everybody will be ???

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Return to Monkey Island. Quite liked the visual style, was going really well until it.. well, returned to Monkey Island. Suddenly appeared to become irredeemably dull at that point, and I never managed to go back to it.  First bit and the bit on the ship were good though.

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Mass Effect 

 

Disappointed because I really wanted to play through the trilogy. I never played it first time around and really like BioWare games but without the nostalgia I couldn’t stick with it. 
 

The dialogue was typical of the company and the story seemed really good but after a couple of hours I just couldn’t live with how shit and unsatisfyingly the combat felt. I don’t have enough game time now to persist with something I’m not properly into anymore so it’s been deleted. 

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Aye, that's how I always feel about it, like I missed the boat.  I'm not sure I'd have played it at the time in all honesty but although I can still admire how cinematic and well done it is, it's just not much of a game.

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Mass Effect 1 is a ropey affair like. Hated the menus and vehicle parts.

 

But on the whole the remastered trilogy is great. I have no nostalgia for the games at all and I'd echo comments here that number 2 is a fantastic piece of world building and story telling, with some genuinely fun and silly gameplay stuff.

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The Mass Effect trilogy (fuck Andromeda) is my favourite game series of all time, but even I would say that Mass Effect 1 is very rough in terms of its gameplay. Especially the combat. The remastered trilogy addressed some of this, but it's still way behind 2 and 3 in that aspect. 

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