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blackraven: for me its republic: the revolution
i didn't get how this could actually be a game?
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SimonG: What?!
I loved that game. BTW, GOG, where is it?
I realise not everyone is going to feel the same as me about the game.... i tried it serveral times wondering if am playing it wrong or something... i've installed and uninstalled the game dosen of times hoping i could finally work out whats fun about it... i just refused to believe that there was nothing more to the game than clicking a button and waiting for the next turn... I just didn't get it... maybe its just me... one day after a fit of blood rage i snapped the CD in half and threw it in the bin... am not proud of it... but i can't say i miss the game one bit...
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gameon: http://uk.gamespot.com/revolution/reviews/revolution-review-2898384/
It was just extremely tedious and boring.
You may call me insane but i bought ReVolution and completely enjoyed it... it was on ther heels of Devastation love that as well...
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gameon: http://uk.gamespot.com/revolution/reviews/revolution-review-2898384/
It was just extremely tedious and boring.
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Starkrun: You may call me insane but i bought ReVolution and completely enjoyed it... it was on ther heels
of Devastation love
that as well...
Well, there's no probs if you liked it. But for me, i despise it. Some bad games are fun, but this one wasn't in my opinion.
One of them is Knights And Merchants..bought it here on gog..god awful game
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Potzato: Oh no ! you didn't just say that ... I have very fond memories of punches, machine gun and ...
boomerangs ? I think I finished it and I'm sure I had lots of fun with this game even if I can't
perfectly remember what the story was about
I really enjoyed Mission: Impossible but when I was this young I remember playing super mario
bros 3 and finishing it 4 times a week for months ... didn't get bored easily or frustrated back
in the days I suppose.
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tinyE: I loved the game I just found some of it so HARD. That boss on the crumbling roof or glass or
whatever! Ahhhhh! I busted my hump on that level over and over and over only to fall through and
die inside of 2 seconds.
Aaahhh ... in spite of the painfullness of those memories, they are damn good ones. Having done
some inner research, I recollect playing Robin Hood on NES at that time : same top-down
delicious torture.
Back on topic, my worst gaming experience was on NES (again), and that game should have been
called 'Dragon's Lair : going postal in 4 minutes'
Post edited January 07, 2013 by Potzato
Worst game? Rollercoaster Tycoon Deluxe, bought it from here last week, it's actually not THAT bad, I just prefer Bullfrog's Theme Park, a LOT!
I may catch some flak for this, but Star Wars: Rebellion. I bought it brand new, had to work for an hour to get it to run properly on a system that was modern and upgraded for the time, then it ended up being soooooo damn bland. What was really frustrating though, is there was still soooooo much potential buried under the layers of bugs. Even despite all that, I continued to play it, and hell...I'd probably still play it again now. I must be a sadist!
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LiquidOxygen80: I may catch some flak for this, but Star Wars: Rebellion. I bought it brand new, had to work for an
hour to get it to run properly on a system that was modern and upgraded for the time, then it ended
up being soooooo damn bland. What was really frustrating though, is there was still soooooo
much potential buried under the layers of bugs. Even despite all that, I continued to play it,
and hell...I'd probably still play it again now. I must be a sadist!
There are a small handfull of Star Wars games that are not capable of using the music and characters to get over the flaws of the game, and this is definitly one of them. Force Commnder is another. Of course if it wasn't for the slightly dumbed down yet faster and snazier looking Empire at War, I'd probably be playing Rebellion right now. But not Force Commander. The red and blue outlines around everything went beyond annoying.
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Hesusio: You know, I'm currently in the middle of a Fallout 3: Game of the Year playthrough. Now I'm very
curious as to what I'll find...
Try F3: Operation: Anchorage first. Because OA is a 'beautiful gem' next to Mothership Zeta.
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LiquidOxygen80: I may catch some flak for this, but Star Wars: Rebellion. I bought it brand new, had to work for an
hour to get it to run properly on a system that was modern and upgraded for the time, then it ended
up being soooooo damn bland. What was really frustrating though, is there was still soooooo
much potential buried under the layers of bugs. Even despite all that, I continued to play it,
and hell...I'd probably still play it again now. I must be a sadist!
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tinyE: There are a small handfull of Star Wars games that are not capable of using the music and
characters to get over the flaws of the game, and this is definitly one of them. Force Commnder
is another. Of course if it wasn't for the slightly dumbed down yet faster and snazier looking
Empire at War, I'd probably be playing Rebellion right now. But not Force Commander. The red
and blue outlines around everything went beyond annoying.
I'd agree. I went into the purchase thinking I was getting MOO2 in the Star Wars universe, then, when I actually was able to play it, I was like...uh...where's the fun, exactly? I gave Force Commander a go on maybe three different occasions and was annoyed with it to the point of never playing it again. I think I gave it away. I do still have and play the SW Battlegrounds AoE-likes, though.
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anjohl: Bioshock.
Not the worst, but the most disappointing. After hearing it hyped up for several years as a
modern classic, I was expecting loads of philosophical undertones and themes, and what | got
was a Doomlike where the only meaningful plot point was whether or not to kill or save a group of
minibosses. Such a letdown.
I'd say that's more your own fault for being stupid enough to believe any type of hype. All things considered, I was stupid enough to buy into the hype and loved the game. It's easily one of my favourites of this generation.

Now worst game ever... well I could hand you several bags of Spectrum and NES games for my vote. :D
Oh hai, Maabus.

I don't remember much about it because my brain has protected me from memories of that bag of crap. Just brief glimmers of horrible FMV. Some stupid story about trying to use some stupid robot to take down dinosaurs or something else equally stupid. Oh, and nothing about the game was the slightest bit interesting, compelling or well made. Just awful.
It was Might and Magic IX. It has a boring save- the- world story, bad graphics for his date of release, the first island is very linear and there is only a kill-the-dragonflies -beyond -the cave -quest.The only think i liked was the charakter creation
QWOP :D

Nah, but seriously.. MOO3 was a huge letdown for me. Once modded, it's playable, but can't beat MOO2 simplicity and addictiveness for me. Original release is buggy, complicated and nothing like MOO1/2.

Hurray for Endless Space!
Post edited January 07, 2013 by zicoos
Silly thing, right now I'm playing the original Ultima in another window, and I'm REALLY ENJOYING IT! On the other hand I have a copy of Loki sitting here collecting dust; great looking...BORING!