If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the Forum Rules
. You may have to register
before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.
Welcome to RPGamer's new forums running under Vanilla Forums! If you're run into any odd or strange issues after our software migration please see this thread
RPGs you are Embarrassed or Ashamed to Own
Hey guys, now that I'm playing Mimana: Iyar Chronciles, I began thinking about all the bad RPGs I have played over the years. Its one of those situations where I'm thankfull I didn't take a chance and buy it. However, I do recall many times where I took that chance and purchased a game without doing much research on it, only to be miserably disappointed and down-right angry at the money I wasted. I figured this would be a good time to admit to the world my poor judgement and see what skeletons other RPGamers have or have had in their closet.
I'll kick things off here:
Lunar: Dragon Song: I figured this game was going to be the amazing third installment in the Lunar series. I was looking forward to the game for so long, and its almost pitifull how bad this game is in comparison to its brethren. How did this travesty every happen? Why did I pay full price for this on day 1?
The Last Remnant: Probably my most hated RPG ever, and I payed full price for this game which was likely over 60 dollars. I'll refrain from bashing it too much because I know others like this game, but this is the one that made me say "Never Again!"
Blade Dancer: Lineage of Light: The one and only Hitmaker game I've ever got, and I didn't like it at all. I hardly remember much about it, but thankfully I didn't get this one at full price. Guess I was starved for a PSP game?
Grandia Xtreme: Likely the game that encouraged the downfall of the Grandia series, I purchased this game after waiting patiently for a follow up to the stellar Grandia 2. 10 minutes into the game I found myself hating everything about the main character who spent the whole intro condeming the police, only to help them 5 minutes later.
Unlimited Saga: Having somewhat enjoyed other SaGa games I figured this one was worth a try for some reason. I tried to like it, I really did, but I just couldn't make up for all its shortcomings with optimism. Especially when I was playing as some squirrell character that sounded like Martha Stewart.