" Fallout 3. "I kind of agree with that. I found it seriously boring on my first two attempts. Forced myself to love it the 3rd time, but stopped somewhere after playing 75% of it. I'm kind of close to the end, but I couldn't go on (though i did enjoy some parts). So yeah, agreed.
In recent memory I would have to say Red Dead Redemption. I played it for about 4-5 hours and I had to fight to stay a wake the whole time. The moment it started to get even remotely enjoyable I was randomly killed out of nowhere so fast I couldn't even tell what had happened, and I lost about an hour or two of gameplay since it was a dam console game and it used auto saves instead of just letting me save when I want to.
I have yet to go back to that game. Short of it coming out on PC, which it never will since Rockstar apparently hates PC now, I doubt I will give it another try.
" @TaliciaDragonsong said:Me too when I woke up, then I went to the city and sold it." Phantasy Star Universe. I actually fell asleep playing it... "I laughed "
" Phantasy Star Universe. I actually fell asleep playing it... "As much as I loved the online mode and played it religiously, I have to agree with this in terms of the single player... god that was one awful experience.
Clearly, most of you people need to pick up a worse game if you think Fallout 3 or Call of Duty is the most boring game you've ever played.
I picked up Rogue Warrior in the crazy Bethesda pack that came out during the 2010 Christmas sale. I like most of the other games in that sale, but I hope nobody minds if I say Rogue Warrior is complete and utter boring trash. A lot of the other games people have mentioned at least have compelling box art or something.
Nothing is entertaining about Rogue Warrior. Nothing's offensively bad about it, either, like with Big Rigs or other games that have a chance of becoming so bad they're funny. Rogue Warrior is purely an exercise in making the least interesting environments, dialogue, gameplay, or graphics in a game EVER. I can't actually comment on the music because I don't remember if the game had any. My Steam clock says I played Rogue Warrior for 5 minutes. I was already interminably bored.
Recently, I forced myself to finish Halo 3. Could not really get interested in playing it (ironically enough, I love Halo multiplayer and I thought ODST was a substantial improvement over Halo 3).
Also, The Tick is so mind-numbingly boring, and it takes forever to finish (hours upon hours upon hours). It's bad. Just take a look.
" @gamb1t said:I'd agree with WOW...I do not understand the love for that game...so boorrrriiiing!" gears of war / halo / world of warcraft cant get far no matter how many times i try "taking going against the grain to the next level! And for me id say Farmville "
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