tell us of the games you enjoy, but everyone else seems to hate or that you feel is just to underrated.
>Great Voice acting
>Dialog wheel made sense and it felt like you were in control of your character
I know it's buggy and the gameplay isn't the best, but it's still a guilty pleasure for me.
Gotta admit, I always describe it to my friends as "Metal Gear meets Mass Effect, but only 40% as good as that sounds". And I'm a huge sucker for both series, so i guess it just fitted in my tastes.
>everyone else seems to hate or that you feel is just to underrated
I started a thread a few days ago asking if it's any good and every single reply was positive
Oh god /v/ don't kill me
I seriously think that this game (with the DLC's) is the best in the entire series. The graphics, story and gameplay all felt so real.
Besides I didn't mind the shit-tier ending, since the road to the ending made up for it.
It goes into the underrated-part. It's not hated, I just personally think that it's rating is to low compared to how good the game is.
I know AP is in a blurred line, since most people on /v/ loves it, but i always felt that outside of 4chan it's not as loved. Maybe a bit of hipster-hive mind going on in here?
also you are wrong, SIE is best girl (Mina in a close second)
Resident Evil 5 and 6, both were fantastic games, with good voice acting and graphics.
>hur dur ma horror
It was never a horror game to begin with, don't tell me you got scared of resident evil - barry sandwich edition.
Mobile Suit Gundam: Crossfire.
>Awesome (though stuttery) graphics
>Weighty (though clunky) mobile suits
>Ridiculously-awesome music (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IiHRuFYY06w)
>Rated 33 on Metacritic (http://www.metacritic.com/game/playstation-3/mobile-suit-gundam-crossfire)
So what if there are a few missions so poorly designed that they're nearly impossible to win? You don't have to complete them to beat the game.
So what if there are a few mobile suits so pathetically bad that they're absolutely unplayable? You don't have to use them.
So what if the resupply points can glitch out and force you to restart missions? It doesn't happen too often.
I did anon, it was extremely low quality in every single category. I can't fathom how someone who isn't a BioWare employee can ever say they enjoyed it.
From the stolen artworks, right down to the shoehorned in, fanfic tier romances.
Anon, a game has to playable before it can be rated as a game. Though i guess i have to thank you, I needed something to stop me from being depressed, and the thought of that game made me realise that my life is not so bad after all.
>a game has to playable before it can be rated as a game
I found Crossfire to be quite playable, personally--I beat both campaigns on the highest difficulty level.
(I never did manage to beat the hard version of the Zeon final mission on the highest difficulty, though, due to those damned respawning Guntanks and glitching supply points...)
I disagree. Mass Effect 2 was the start of the shift away from the original vision of the series. Hints of what was to come in 3 were already there. Despite this I still enjoyed it a lot. The story was a mess but the loyalty missions were fun (if a bit contrived) and the squaddies were fun.
ME1 will always be my favourite. It's rough around the edges and flawed, but it was such a unique experience.
I thought it needed better characters and story. Everything was very unfulfilling in the end. But I really liked playing it. I wish they would make another spy/agent RPG like this.
See your point, but i still enjoyed mass effect 2 more. It felt a bit more tight with its narrative and the end mission is still one of my all time fav "levels" in a video game
Graphics and music were awesome but that was it.
Why was this game so bad? Was it too hard for the developers to take a look at the previously released good games?
Fed vz Zeon, Encounters in Space and Project Pegasus had excellent controls and gameplay.