Some games I stop playing because I find them boring, badly designed and so on, but recently I dropped Rocket League because I'm just bad at playing it. For some reason my brain has difficulty switching attention between the ball and my car. This leads to a lot of hitting the ball in the wrong direction, crashing into other players and incorrectly predicting the movement of the ball.
I know there's always a learning curve to any game, but I've been playing on and off ever since Rocket League came to PS Plus. Yet, I've never felt confident I'm my ability which makes me nervous, especially when you get that painfully awkward replay of you scoring an own goal. I get less anxious playing fighting games for God's sake!
Rocket League is a good game, I've had a lot of fun with it, but it's also a game that has left me so disheartened at my lack of skill that I don't want to play it anymore.
Anyone else ever had this experience?