Why didn't you finish that game!?
RayneSol last edited by RayneSol
The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim: A lot of fun side-tracking , a lot of fun side quests led me to never getting around to finishing the main story and seeing the end credits. Eventually I moved on. Maybe one day i'll actually finish it.
GTA V: Had fun online and doing stuff in the single player campaign until I got just got bored with the game entirely....like I truly grew up or something. Lost interest and put it down for good.
Half-Life: The time I had with the game was fun. But I don't know how people in '98 handled that early Source engine. It's too outdated and does not hold up well enough for me to want to continue today. I still won't rule it out as I will never play it but for now it's a no-go.
Rise of the Tomb Raider: The core game is good. Everything else bored the life out of me. I played the first one entirely and liked it. I could not get behind the sequel. As good as the game looks I just got too bored and felt I could be playing something I would actually enjoy. Soon after it was sold.
Luigi's Mansion Dark Moon: Another not bad game but it could not hold my interest long enough to warrant completion.
Final Fantasy XIII: I wanted to like and finish this game as it was a gift. I could not. For the life of me. Never again.
Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories REmix: NEVER. NEVER. AGAIN! I was ready for this, went in not knowing. One of the worst, most boring, terrible gaming experiences of my life. Not worth it. Dropped it after about an hour and a half.
El Shmiablo Banned last edited by
@Rayne5 The original Half-Life used GoldSRC, not Source, bruh.
Also, if graphics are your concern, I recommend checking out Black Mesa on Steam. An officially supported, fan made remake of the original Half-Life, with enough changed to make it feel modernized without ditching the spirit of the original.
michemagius last edited by
I generally stop playing games for two reasons. Firstly, I lose the drive to play. Not because I've lost interest to play or because I no longer like the game, but completing it just feels less urgent. Secondly, I love a game so much that I want to have something left to play, something I've still not seen. Usually the final boss/level. That way if I'm having an exceptionally bad day I can jump in and play just the ending of a game that I love and get a little sense of accomplishment. I'm not the type to take risks on games so I rarely drop games because I'm not having a good time.
RayneSol last edited by
@El-Shmiablo Oh that's what it was called. Well Source succeeded it anyways, that's what I meant. The original early source (Goldsrc). Graphics aren't an issue. Just the feel of control.for the original. I'm aware of the remake but I wanted to play the original. Though I might give it shot. Thanks.
Guest last edited by Guest
I haven't finished several games because I only go home on the weekends and I'm seldom in the mood for the long playing sessions I used to have. The outlier is The Witcher 3, which I'm saving for when I'm able to play it more often; then there's also Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir, from which I've only finished the first story.
Fridge-man last edited by
I heard that a lot of people, some friends included, really liked this game. But holy fuck, the beginning of the game is sooo slow. I've tried to play this game like 5 times I think but I can't muster it. The combat is awful, the characters look like shit (and it's not getting prettier) and after playing the Witcher 3 I can't imagine ever giving Skyrim another shot.
Art Banned last edited by
I don't think I've ever finished a single Assassin's Creed game.
I just get so caught up in side quests that I just lose interest, and even when I do the main missions it doesn't keep my attention.
Inustar last edited by
@Fridge-man Can't say that about Skyrim cause I did finish that one, but exactly what you said happened with me and Oblivion. Suuuuuuper slow, and man super ugly faces. Somehow even Patrick Stewart didn't make me like it.
logic__error last edited by
I've probably got a huge list but there are a few that stand out.. but they're unusual titles. One of the biggest factors is that I usually need to finish a game within a certain time frame. I usually play on some type of a consistent schedule (daily, every weekend, ect;) and if that gets broken a game might end up abandoned unintentionally even if I really enjoy it.
Finished Quarantine, got stuck at the final boss on Mutation, roommate moved out and took my PS2 memory card (not sure if intentional or not) but I didn't want to restart because it was a lot of time to put in, I was in college, and the games were already 4-5 years old at that point and PS3 had just come out. I still own them though, so it could happen, but probably won't.
Pokemon Alpha Sapphire
I beat the original Sapphire quite a while after it came out and only to help my partner collect pokemon for Diamond/Pearl... but it's my least favorite main line Pokemon game. Tried to do Alpha Sapphire when it came out, got to the Kyogre battle after a few months of dragging my feet, and stopped as soon as I finished it. Don't care to continue.
I got into it hard for a while, put in about 30 hours, beat 3 bosses, but had to put it down and I don't think I can muster the motivation to go back in and get decent again.
Got stuck at the last boss, schedule got interrupted, would still love to finish it but probably won't.
Another game where the schedule got broken. Was pretty close to the end too.
Gloop last edited by
The Witness - I've finished hundreds of puzzles but I ended up playing other games. I've yet to complete the game but I kinda lost interest overtime.
HiTMAN - I love playing this game but in my opinion playing the same level over and over again started to feel repetitive to me despite having many different ways to beat the levels.
I will definitely get back to this, I just needed a bit of a break. Great game, mind you.
LordBaztion last edited by
I gave that game two chances but ultimatelly I didn't like the tropical tech aesthetics and the design was just bad. If the game is added to BC, I will watch the Leona Lewis trailer and give it a last chance.
I reached the part before the big plot twist of the game (which I realised much later)b ut at the time I thought I had played enough and didn't feel like continue (I think it was because of the repetitive dungeon design). Then I got more interested in next gen. I played the game in 2008.
It was one of the reasons why I bought a Vita. I had good memories of P3 and the feedback of P4 was excelent so it was on my to do list. I think I got until the tough guy main quest. Then I lost interest in playing it. Probably because by the time I had more interesting games to play on 360/PS3, then came next gen. Curently I gave my vita to my cousin so, there is basically no chance to go back to that game.
The Taken King came out and I realised that I need to pay $40 a year to play the game. TTK made previous versions unejoyable. I remember I liked to play with my friend heroic instances and do dailies. When TTK came it level up the requirements for those playlists, so I couldn't play unless I got the expansion and level up. I will play Destiny again but when the Complete Edition is $20. The same I will do with Destiny 2.
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Fire Emblem Fates Revelations and Birthright
Ok I was close to finishing both of these but I think it was during my finals of my first week of college so I had to stop playing both paths (I did finish Conquest though). After I was done finals I just let it sit and later on I started to build a hate for Fates simply because I spent so much money on it (buying all the dlc and stuff) on a game that I was disappointed in plot and character wise. Now that Echoes is out and I LOVE Echoes, I don't think I'll be returning to Fates since I'm attached to Echoes characters and enjoy the story alot more.
Tales of the Abyss
Another game I was super close to finishing. I think I was on the last 3-4 bosses before the end game but as a kid I think I was intimidated when someone told me the hardest boss is up next and it stressed me out. I saved in map mode and then stopped playing for years. Now I have no idea where I have to go next so it's kinda just sitting on my desk until I either restart my game or remember which location the next part takes place.
Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance
I went through hell to get this game. We went to two different stores at first to buy the game but couldn't find it till a week later. Once we finally got the game, I got a few hours in when my brother accidentally saved over my file and I had to start again. After that happened, our car was broken into and they stole one of the bags that the game was in (only the game though, I had my 3ds with me). Eventually I just got fed up, bought the game used as a present for my brothers birthday and just never played it again.
Kaminski last edited by Kaminski
Bioshock Infinite: It just wasn't fun. The game became far too much of a chore to play for me to care about that story.
Ni No Kuni: Everything about this game is fantastic except for the battle system. It's needlessly obtuse. Also it has AI controlled party members. That just destroys my enjoyment of a game instantly. It feels like I'm playing a 3rd of the game and letting the game play the rest for me. If I am to have a party in an RPG it has to be turn based so that I can control them all. This is also why Dragon Quest and Pokemon are two of the only RPG franchises I've stuck to.
Shadow of the Colosus: It's interesting enough, but a game has to feel good to play for me to stick to it. I respect this game, but I'd never enjoy experiencing it for myself.