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greenplanet011
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greenplanet011
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Peasant

Plain and simple.What do you hate in a game.

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R2D21999
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R2D21999
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Templar

I hate it when some games with 2 or more players in it doesn't have a story for the multiplayer at all, you know the ones like "kill this many number of bad guys." I mean that's just stupid I want a story with the multiplayer not some random junk.

Maximagination
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-Games that force you through a storyline
-Games that force you to do the tutorials (Kind of like 1, except they can be at any time)
-Games where you can't speed up the dialogue
-Games with jump scares
-Games with unbeatable scores

Yeah... the list goes on :|

Kreitmaker
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Scribe

Yeah they are getting that right with the campaigns especially with BO2, they did a good job on that, but it's mostly just in cut scenes where they do that the most.


But still, I can't imagine any of those CoD games that don't have that function in their campaigns. Especially Black Ops, the game's campaign might have been less gritty if you weren't able to experience the interrogation scenes through Mason's point of view if cutscenes were implemented instead.
The_username
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Blacksmith

One thing I hate in some co-op games is that if one of you dies, you both die.

mucketjones337
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mucketjones337
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Peasant

One thing that I really don't care for in a game is when there isn't a good story behind it. It sucks when you get all excited to play a new game and looks like the people who made it used as little amount of money that they possibly could and the game is crap.

unrealtron13
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Farmer

When they put too many collectibles in a game, like dead rising 2.

Salvidian
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Salvidian
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Blacksmith

I don't know about you, but I do not use the AC series as historical reference.


Twas a joke, sir Masterforger.
GandalftheGrey666
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Shepherd

I hate bugs(who doesn't hate bugs?),lags,long time loading a game and cinematic sequences.I can't play games normally beacuse of that(my computer is 9 years old,probably beacause of that).

d_dude
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Shepherd

I hate it when the enemies in an RPG scale up with your level. That stuff is ridiculous in Skyrim.

The enemies in Dark Souls were done right. Come to the Undead Burg at level 10, it's going to be a fun challenge. Come to the Undead Burg at level 60, and you can one-shot everything. It makes leveling up worth it.

pangtongshu
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I hate it when the enemies in an RPG scale up with your level. That stuff is ridiculous in Skyrim.


I was wondering if that was happening. It threw me off when I acquired a mission at like level 5..then went to do it finally at level 38 and struggled to finish it haha
Devoidless
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I hate it when the enemies in an RPG scale up with your level. That stuff is ridiculous in Skyrim.


Did you ever play Oblivion? Now -that- was ridiculous. The enemies more or less scaled with you exactly. So It was not odd to run into a cave you cleared at the start of the game and encounter bandits with full ebony and Daedra spiders hiding in the corners.
In Skyrim they did scale, but not every enemy in the game. There was a chance (dermined by a behind-the-scenes roll of the dice) to have higher level mobs with leveled gear and loot. It was also just as likely to have mods with iron armour and a few levels under you. I like this method because what do you think the mobs have being doing while you ran around for months of in-game time? Knitting a sweater?
It is also nice because even though they have gained experience and skills, they more oft than not still are not a large challenge for you; the hero who has been killing dragons and working for Daedric gods since you escaped death.
kellynmcfinch
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kellynmcfinch
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Peasant

I hate seeing sexual content because it is disgusting

pangtongshu
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pangtongshu
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I hate seeing sexual content because it is disgusting


No need to repeat yourself..you made nearly the same comment back on page 9. And my comment in response still stands.

Sex is natural..exploiting the sexual acts to exploit it is wrong, yes..but under the right circumstances and presentation it can be purposeful and hold value.

But to dislike it because of it being "nasty" and "disgusting" is childish. There is nothing wrong with disliking a game because of the sexual content...just don't turn it around as if it is their fault
Jblaze101
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Shepherd

I hate when your game feezes and doesn't save before it happens omg

Minotaur55
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I hate seeing sexual content because it is disgusting


The reason they simulate sex in games is because sex is a natural thing. When you are playing a game you are playing in a world as a character and what there life is like. Sex is gonna eventually come up. Most likely there wont be a character the vows to celibacy.

What I hate in games is the constant reuse of themes, like military themes. Very annoying.
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