I find the triggers to be too flimsy. Plus I dont like the charge-only option. I like my 360 controller because if the battery dies, i can just throw another in. The cable the ps3 came with to charge the controller is about 4 feet too short. Its defiantly a shit load less heavy than the 360 though.
I felt it dragged on. I played Portal 1 a few weeks before P2 came out, and I felt P2 should have been more. Many people praise the narrative and plot in P2, but I don't' understand why. Its almost as barren as P1. The puzzles are defiantly more fun, but aside from that aspect it was pretty boring for me.
Pokeman red. Back when it first came out I had saved up for months to buy a gameboy colour, which was a shit load of money for a 13 year old to save up. I had no idea how Pokeman played, had never seen movies or screenshots of it. I just knew the show was based on the game.
Turned out to be maybe the 3rd or 4th best decision of my life.
So many competivite FPS multiplay games are so horribly flawed, sometimes I can't understand why things like COD, MOH and Battlefield are so popular. Whether its spawn points where you get killed 2 seconds after spawning, campers, or the general lag that comes with games where fractions of seconds can mean dying or living.
That being said, I think slower-ish paced games, or games where you work as a team are some of the best. World of Warcraft, or any of the Blizzard RTS games, L4D, most any Horde mode games.