- Mass Effect 2
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- Gears of War 1
- The Walking Dead
- Mortal Kombat 9
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I can think of a couple Dark Souls grinding runs where I had hundreds of thousands of souls stored up and then died. And then did something stupid and died again.
Yup. "Ok I died, i really want those souls so i'm going to make sure my gear and items are optimized so i can get them back" *backs out of the inventory too fast and accidently backsteps off a cliff*
Done it many a times. It's also usually me caring more about my 10 stack of humanity for item find purposes than the souls themselves.
I totally agree. My humanity is what I get pissed about. It makes me wish i could deposit those humanities somewhere because they add up over time.
But more to the original question, I would have to say the Elite Four in Pokemon Red and Blue. Nothing was worse than getting to Lance and seeing that I didn't have anymore Full Restores or Potions. I was 8 years old, but that mismanagement of items was always plain frustrating.
So I made it to Anor Londo, and I went down the stairs to where Siegmeyer complains about the three knights in the room. As I was trying to dodge an attack, a knight hit him and he turned hostile towards me. I know I can visit that dude at the Undead Parish to repent "my" sins, but is there a way to leave Anor Londo once you jump off that ledge to get inside the huge cathedral/palace? If so, can I do it before I fight Smough and Ornstein?
Really wishing Dark Souls had save files right about now, lol.
I liked Infinite a lot, but I never could get into Dishonored. I always felt like I was being penalized whenever I got into combat and used my powers. To see the best ending, you have to be perfect. But I also felt that the platforming system was clunky.
Also, while the world is no doubt unique and cool, the characters in it aren't. Most of the characters are there to move the plot along, having little endearing qualities that would otherwise make them stand out. I'd say rent it first, but that's just me.
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped, Hot Shots Golf, Oddworld: Abe's Odyssey, Wipeout XL, Tekken 3, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Bushido Blade, Ridge Racer: Type 4, Parappa the Rapper, and all the Tony Hawk games. That's the best stuff I played.
The platforming is awesome for one, but the basic idea of entering people's minds is just genius. I love it because the the characters are all memorable in their own sort of way, like Dogen, who is the coolest character in the game. It's the little touches too, like getting the ability of clairvoyance and seeing what people really think you look like to all the safes that are locked up in people's minds that you open up and learn about their pasts. Mila's suppressed emotions are one of the scariest things I've ever seen in a video game.
I won't argue that Psychonauts is perfect, because I think that last level is horrible. But once I was thrown into the Lungfish City, the Milkman stage and when you enter the Bull-fighting stage, it was hard for me not to get hooked. It's one of my favorites, no doubt.
HK-47 from KotOR. He was the most uninteresting character I've ever encountered in a video game.
But for reals, I really didn't like any of the followers in Fallout 3. Mostly because I feel like I have to watch them at all times; as if they were a little kid or something.