@berserker976:It's not so much that I don't care what other people think so much as I don't let it influence my opinion. I don't care how many people say I'm wrong because I won't be peer pressured. For example, you think the problem is me. God forbid I have an opinion different from the majority. It must be something wrong with me and my play style or whatever. I already said that if you like the game, that's fine. You're entitled to your opinion. I'm not entitled to mine though.
If I thought the game just isn't for me, I would say so. There's a different between thinking a game is not for you and thinking it is bad. If the game isn't for me, than I acknowledge that the game is for someone else. However, I think the game is bad, specifically because the mechanics are broken. Therefore, even fans of the genre, like myself, wouldn't like this game. That is my opinion. That said, even when a game is broken doesn't mean people can't play it. I knew it would be an unpopular opinion but that doesn't mean I'm not entitled to it. Saying that I'm "unwilling to explore the possibility" of me "not being compatible with the gameplay" is actually saying that I can't realize that I'm not playing or understanding the game right and I'm just screwed.
@bobafettjm: Strange, sounds like you have a different opinion than mine.
A general comment to everyone on this comment thread that disagrees with me and says my opinion is wrong. For people who like this franchise so much, none of you are trying to help me see the game the way you see it. All of you just say I'm wrong and either leave it at that or try to convince me that my opinion is incorrect compared to your opinion. No one is saying "why don't you try this" or "maybe approach the game this way". The only effort I'm seeing is proving me wrong. Even when it boils down to it just being me, that's saying that I'm entitled to my wrong opinion.
Let me ask this. Let's say that you are all right and I'm wrong. My complaints are invalid and the Uncharted trilogy is good. I'm still not going to like the games; you've only taken away my reasons why. I still won't like Uncharted, you still will, and nothing changes. What good does that do? Wouldn't you want to try to help me see what so many have? Wouldn't you want one more people to find enjoyment in what you have? Or is proven me wrong more important? Is snuffing out a negative opinion better than changing it to a positive?