Don't we all have a fantastic love/hate relationship with Game Over screens? It feels like we don't get them as much these days, and sometimes its sad, but in a game that doesn't have auto-save they can make you want to throw something at your TV.
Of course, there are some good tie-in/licensed games out there, but they're often so disappointing :/
Rarely something I want to see in games.
I don't do well under pressure in video games. Particularly not fond of time-limited dungeons in RPGs.
I tend to like more mature themes, with the exception of Pokemon, of course :)
Some of my favourite titles are plagued by them and they never fail to annoy.
See this too much in Japanese video games. Most of the time doesn't bother me too much, but every once in awhile, seeing the same character designs over and over starts to grate.
Though often unintentionally hilarious.
Fanservicey in a creepy way.
Especially when there's one stealth scene thrown in to a game that has nothing else to do with stealth action. Often poorly implemented and super annoying.
Far too gimmicky for me.
As an archivist, DRM is one of the most frustrating aspects of gaming for me.
I'm not easily offended when it comes to women being sexualized in video games, but sometimes it grates.
Why must they be so ridiculous? D:
One of my least favourite aspects of video games is having to micromanage magic meters. I play a lot of RPGs, so this constantly annoys :/
So frustrating when used repeatedly in one game.
A certain amount of customization is great, but super complicated and/or unintuitive weapon crafting/customization systems can be a huge turnoff for me.
I don't object to some fan-service, but this is often ridiculous.
Use your keyboard!
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