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are there any games you used to like, and you replayed them and realized they were bad?99 posts and 12 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.
shin megami tensei strange journey was in my top 5 games of all time list back in 2012 to 2018.
i replayed it this year and it's so much easier and braindead than i remembered, i think i became more skilled at turn-based games and at exploring maps and conserving MP, and this game just offers no difficulty whatsoever for me now and i steamrolled through all fights. i remember when i first played the game, horkos was so difficult that i died to him 8 times in a row. when replaying i killed him in like 5 turns. it is a simplistic game for babies. play wizardry 8 if you want a hard turn based experience.
or how about dead rising? this is another game that i considered infallible art, i bought an xbox just to play this game back in the day. when replaying its HD rerelease on PS4, all of the psychopaths are way less interesting than i remember them being, the dialogue isn't even cheezy or fun, it's just melodramatic. dead rising 2 is superior in just about every single way with much more effort put into balance and content quality and quantity. and the funny thing is, i didn't even like dead rising 2 at launch. it makes me feel like i've evolved as a person.
maybe i will add more later as i think more on this subject.
let me know if this has happened to you.
cave story perfectly captures the soul of early 00's japanese art. i do have a visceral reaction to smug anime faces, i will admit.
i just don't enjoy games as much overall as a medium anymore.
It is a pretty easy game, the strength of Max Payne always was the plot and presentation
>>59517>play it with gyro controls
just googled that, never heard of it before. interesting
OP's image has been here since 2019, but I only now found it, its actually from the ROTJ set.
My headcanon for that pic was always that Boba Fett under the mask is just a boring office drone doing his job, even though it takes him to glamorous and seedy adventure places. Even surrounded by aliens in slave bikinis, he's just world weary and bored of it all, clocking in to another day at the office.
Skyrim. The game blew my mind when it came out but I play it now I see that it's so fucking shallow. It has no depth whatsoever and its writing is lazy, the civil war questline sucks, the world is as wide as an ocean but as deep as a puddle. It's a big map but there's nothing to fucking do in it. There's a lot of caves but they're all the same and you don't even find good loot. The whole game is just empty. It's far worse than its predecessors, Morrowind and Oblivion really are better.
Also I used to love Fallout 3 until I was old enough to actually play 1, 2 and New Vegas and realise it's shit.