The thing I miss most about Call of Duty 4 isn’t the game itself, it’s the age I was when it came out, and how for me and my friends, our biggest worry in life, was our Kill/Death Ratios. Times were simple
I actually like the hats and new weapons in TF2.
During the mission ‘Tunnel of Death’ in GTA 4, I had one of the most perfect moments in video game history. When entering the truck at the start of the mission the song ‘Jailbreak’ by Thin Lizzy literally just started playing on the radio and it could hardly have set a better tone in any game I’ve played before or since then.
I really hate achievements in any game. It completely pulls me out of the plot when my XBox 360 does that stupid noise and pop-up message. Then, of course, I have to look up what the achievement was because curiosity killed the cat. Why the crap do I care that I just killed my 1,000th enemy? I’m pretty sure my character in game hasn’t been counting, so why should I?
Mortal Kombat vs. Killer Instinct would be awesome.
There are many excellent games out there with intriguing stories and amazing gameplay, but being a gamer from the 90’s, I feel that the gaming community in large has begun to shift most of its attention to nothing but multiplayer, specifically FPS multiplayer, and that gaming companies don’t even bother making good stories anymore because they know that a large part of the community won’t really care that much because they will be too busy playing multiplayer. Call me old-school or boring, but I buy games mostly for the stories, not the multiplayer.
I wish Cordelia and Rosalind were playable characters in Lollipop Chainsaw. Juliet gets so boring to play all the time. We were lucky to even play Nick in some mini-games.
I’ve tried so hard to find a game just like Alice: Madness Returns/American McGee’s Alice. The game is so addicting, and I almost cried when I finished both games. I am happy to hear McGee might do a new one, because the only game I’ve found so far was Lollipop Chainsaw, which I don’t even have the $60 to buy it!
I love the Final Fantasy series, but I hate that I feel like I can’t share it with anyone. When I hear people talking about FF I no longer feel like joining in on the conversation. Why? Because the worst gaming fandom I’ve ever experienced is that of Final Fantasy. You just can’t have an opinion about anything, and you’re always hated for your favourite title or character in the franchise.
In Thief: Deadly Shadows I could never finish the part of the game where you go back in time into an insane asylum and look for toys and deal with crazy people that wont die unless you have holy water. I never finished it and I never will.