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What is the worst game you've ever played?; (Special Thanks to Pgpaw3 of SF-O for originally posting this topic)
Topic Started: Nov 11 2012, 10:43 AM (421 Views)
Radigal
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why? because you run around as the smallest creature in existance, rolling around a "ball" to pick things up. and everyone in the game goes their merry little way........unless you pick them up.


The Guy Game.......nugh said.

and finally, Yu-Gi-Oh, Dark Duel Stories for the Gameboy color. I am a major fan of the Yu-Gi-Oh series and card game....but this game makes my head spin. you can only set one trap card per turn (meaning if you put down a trap card......that is it....no others unless you use that one first) some spell card severally OP'ed monsters that didnt even go with the cards, For Example, Sogen is a Field Spell card that powers Warriors and Beast-Warriors by 200 attack points (like all the original Field Cards did for different monsters) I would summon a "Summoned Skull" to the field (Base stats ATK:2500/DEF:1200) and this monster is a Fiend type. Sogen somehow gave Summoned Skull an additional 700 to 1000 extra attack points. Also not to mention there is absolutelly NO story line. basically in each "level" you are given 5 duelists, you cannot progress until you beat all 5 of them 5 times. there are only 4 levels, with the last two levels having only one character a piece. Yeah it is somewhat tough, but nothing like the real game at all (also to mention the game only has cards from the first three packs, even when more were out before the game came out.
 
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