Games That Drive You Crazy

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  • 7th Apr 2017
  • 9:49 pm
Ahriman Ahriman

Games That Drive You Crazy

There are many games, both on console and pc that incite various levels of insanity. For me it's a console game that goes by the name of Mirrors Edge. I'm sure many people will disagree/rant and wave pitch forkes, but for me the game was just too complicated to be enjoyable. The concept was interesting, but honestly playing it was just plain frustrating. The controls were cumbersome and the camera just made me feel a bit ill after a while. Like I said I loved the concept, but the execution left plenty to be desired.
 

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  • 4th Jun 2017
  • 8:30 am
AlStreet AlStreet

Games That Drive You Crazy

For what it is worth, I agree with your decision of Mirror's Edge, I also found that the controls were a major downfall for this game. Had these guys have taken a page out of Assassin's Creed's book, then maybe this game would have been more successful. Another game, which hit my list for Games that drove me crazy, and is again the PC version, would have to be Just Cause 2. I loved every other part of the game except for 2 aspects. The army and police would zero in on you if you so much as jaywalked in that game, and then it took way too long to hide until the heat was gone, and the second aspect was having to put in the codes (for example to shut down the pipelines) this was very laborious where it could have been better implemented, especially with the rockets during the final big fight.
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  • 11th Jul 2017
  • 10:02 pm
x3n0c1de x3n0c1de

Games That Drive You Crazy

Having played both the games mentioned above, I have to agree with both. Mirror's Edge had an interesting concept, and I guess that's what initially made me buy it. I didn't end up hating it, but ended up being rather disappointed by the execution of the game. The controls seemed all clunky, and as mentioned above, the camera was a bit odd. Just Cause 2 on the other hand. I loved the game. I loved every aspect of it, again, other than the apparent need of stealth/need of law for every tiny part of the game. I mean, the game's supposed to be open world, free to roam. When the cops zero in on you for crossing the streets "unlawfully" or with no regard to approach traffic, you tend to start getting frustrated. You are entitled to a little bit freedom, yeah?

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  • 13th Apr 2022
  • 6:53 pm
ArthurGBlake ArthurGBlake

Games That Drive You Crazy

One game that drove me crazy was GTA San Andreas. Yes, I know, that game was amazing and fun and I should kiss the creator's feet for bestowing such a gem unto gaming. But, no, there was a part in that game that absolutely devastated my experience, you meet a guy named Zero for whom you need to do mandatory missions. Then he makes you use this dinky remote-controlled plane, it went well with the first 3 hits then came the last one, it had janky controls and garbage navigation and I always seemed to run out of fuel right before the last hit or the way home, but the worst part was, I couldn't find another mission to do instead of that one, so I stopped playing the game and eventually forgot about it.
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  • 6th Jun 2022
  • 8:49 pm
ellieburnard ellieburnard

Games That Drive You Crazy

Sometimes, The Sims 4 is super annoying sometimes! The slight glitches and bugs are infuriating when you can't do anything to fix them. Thankfully, people have created some great mods and cheats to combat this. Overall, it's still a great game

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