Rayman: Origins - It's way too easy. The original Rayman made it tough to get past the first freaking world. This Rayman is like cake in comparison.
Battlefield Bad Company 2 - Just sucks. Not what I was expecting. Nothing like BF2 (I bought it when it first came out)
Civ 4 - Gets old very quickly. Waste of $30
Borderlands - I bought it on sale for $10 and still felt buyer's remorse. That's how terrible that game was.
The rest of them I returned. I couldn't return Bad Company 2 because I bought it for PC. I'm probably going to return Rayman Origins soon. Should have bought Dark Souls...
Remembering some of the games I paid for that I returned because I didn't like them:
Dead Space 2 - Bad design. Boring plot. Ruined the character by making him talk. They try to make the game scary by having stuff pop out at you, but they do it so often that it's predictable after an hour.
LittleBigPlanet 2 - Stupid game. People can be creative with it, but I don't care. There was nothing to keep me around. My little sister (11 at the time) loved it. Guess it's just for kids or something...
TBH I'm surprised so many people bought so many obviously bad games. It's not like bad games are hard to spot either. In the past 3 years, I've bought just 5 games I've regretted, and yet I see some people with these long lists of games... do people like throwing their money away or something?
Originally Posted by Narwhal_Revenge Company of Heroes.
I think that is all and its funny the only midnight releases I went to are Skyrim, Halo reach, and GOW2 xD
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Lol, nice joke bro.Edited by vikingsteve - 2/25/12 at 2:51pm