"Bad" Games that You Love
Carlos last edited by
DMC was fantastic in my opinion. The level design was better than anything in the original series. The combat was great too. I'd still rather play Devil May Cry 3 overall but I think the negativity surrounding the game is unfounded. It's a reboot so of course the mechanics aren't going to be exactly like past games. I do understand that people might feel upset that they could have gotten a "real" Devil May Cry game in place of the reboot. But Capcom obviously wasn't going to do that at the time and I think it's unfair to punish Ninja Theory for that.
DMC (Reboot) WAS a good game, but it does not hold a candle to the original DMC games. DMC2 was bad, and I didn't like it much.
I am shaking my head in disbelief at people saying DMC: Devil May Cry > DMC/DMC3. Just. No. However, like I said, DMC: Devil May Cry wasn't all that bad, like people say it is.
Whoaness last edited by
This is my favourite "Bad" game.
This game is seriously good, even if you hate rap and 50 cent.
50 Cent Blood on the Sand is better than Gears of War in the moment to moment action. You're encouraged to move out of cover, shoot people in the face to keep your combo meter high, and melee is way better.
When you "chainsaw" an enemy in Gears, you just gently place your chainsaw on them. You don't even rip through their body. It's so lame.
In 50 Cent Blood on the Sand, you take out a knife, shank them a few times, and give them a body slam. That is way cooler than that lame chainsaw thing.
If you do like 50 cent or like rap music, the music goes so well with what's going on. 50 Cent would also taunt his enemies in a funny way, and he would banter with his G-Crew member. It's absolutely hilarious where Gears characters are boring as a rock.
This game may not be as polished as Gears in its entirety, but the action moments are far more fun.
I heard about this in an episode of 1up Yours where Garnett Lee gave this game a C, but ultimately said it's the best and dumbest fun game he's played.
Art Banned last edited by
The controls for Mega Man Legends I and II are a tad bit out of date, but that doesn't stop me from enjoying them.
Master_Alucard last edited by Master_Alucard
this game is dull and plays like a slow musou, you get dropped on huge maps and start chopping dozens of waves of enemies till you reach your objective. but nobody plays drakengard for the gameplay, you play to see if things can go worse for your character and the world, and every chapter delivers. the main character doesn't redeem himself at all and get crazier and crazier, along with the world
but i like it that way
Analysys of the game
-Jak- last edited by
Terminator 3: The Redemption was a game that got decent reviews. But gameplay and design wise, it was nothing short of amazing. Storyline was probabaly better than the movie.
I'm also a big fan of FF13.
LinkJr last edited by
I enjoyed completing every mission and challenge requirement in Nuts & Bolts, it is not really a super great game, but I learned to like it.
I loved every second I played of Final Fantasy XIII.
Maybe not "loved", but still had fun
GnarlyOat last edited by
Although debatable by the source of the games title, I'd say my submission is fairly original. Not too many critics considered this game a momentous accomplishment. However, the original music in combination with the futuristic aesthetic both posses so much charm. GTA 2 is kinda clunky, not technologically congruent with the cinematic standards of 2016, and especially long winded...however, it was my first GTA and still makes me joyful when I stream and listen to all of the in house produced music.
RiceEater22 last edited by
Final Fantasy XIII. I really enjoyed the combat in the game so much. Everything else was definitely lackluster, but for some odd reason I enjoyed the combat and that helped me actually stick with it.
bard91 last edited by
I think that Fable 2 is absolutely terrible game, bad gameplay, terrible story, worse characters, stupid mechanics.
And it is also one of the games that I've had the most fun with, so even though it wasn't what I expected I enjoyed my time with it a lot, I find it hard to believe that they actually found a way to make everything worse in Fable 3.
Mbun last edited by
What if Sega ripped off the concept of Mario Party for a Sonic game? Oh, and let's throw in a Battle style card game where you fight monsters to make it it's own thing. Welcome to
Stephleref last edited by
I love the hell out of this game and always will!
I love the hell out of this game and always will!
I only understood the hatred after playing other FF games. Before this one, I had only played Final Fantasy on the NES.
However, the hatred is unjustified! It's fun! Simple, sure it's kind of easy, but fun!
Mohalla3 last edited by
Sad to say but, Chaos Legion for PS2. I love that overly grindy, weird story having game.
sblomkamp last edited by sblomkamp
Dark Sector comes to mind. Sort of Resident Evil 4 light starring Michael Rosenbaum and the world's most satisfying killer boomerang
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@sblomkamp I didn't think anyone else had ever played that game! The only reason I played it was because I was writing reviews way back when... it was a blast.
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Today I remembered something I played a lot of on 360, and enjoyed quite a bit, and I don't think anyone else I've talked to did.
CyanPrime last edited by CyanPrime
The only "bad games" that come to mind that I enjoy are Murakumo on Xbox, and Radical Dreamers on BS SNES.
I swear I'm the only person who sees RD for how great it really is, lol.
Edit: Sorry Sazime, I hit the wrong reply button I guess.