Guerrilla Play writes: In my days of gaming I have smashed up several controllers. Exactly how I smashed each one well, I wont get into that. Lets just say it was bitter sweet destruction at its finest.
I never ended up finishing that game and I broke my Xbox controller lol. Also the lag in COD4 used to infuriate me.
in dead space!! F#@K I almost wanted to drop kick my Television!!!!
That trophy was a bitch until I played it on a bigger tv.
demons soul nough said
I nearly lost it on a quicktime event in some shooter on the Wii. The commands were so poorly displayed, I couldn't get all the movements right in a row for half a friggin' hour.
Batman Arkham Asylum, Shock and Awe Extreme challenge. Single hardest/most luck based thing I've done in my gaming life.
Im stick at 99% cause I can't finish Shk&AweEXTREME!!!! Awesome game but jiminy friggin jilickers batman, that is udderly hard!!!
Because I have the AA platinum and dont remember the names. Some were damn tricky though lol
Nope it was a regular challenge required for platinum. If you were lucky you could get it in one try, but it requires so much luck it's not even funny. I, unfortunately, am not lucky, and it took me like 6 hours of non-stop trying. One 2 minute challenge, took me 6 hours. *sigh*
Warhawk, definitely. Was having a very bad night and I decided to play a quick death match before I got off. I had like 10 deaths in a row.
"I had like 10 deaths in a row." Ok... What's this?
Modern Warfare 2. Freaking glitchers and unbalanced matches. I remember this guy who played like he was Hellboy. Running super fast, jumping from roofs and gunning with double uzis... He was so fast that I saw him jumping on a roof in front of me, then I started aiming to get him, and in a matter of seconds he came shot me from the back. FUUUU--! And the unlimited air drops and airstrikes glitches also made me rage.
And we have a winner.... MW2. Seriously, what the he'll were they thinking when they released this game. If you are not an asshole and don't like to cheat then this game isn't for you. Instant respawn deaths, commando(getting knifed from 10yds away), joining game sessions(which had begun b4 I joined) where basically it's nothin but the death of your teams and the other team is just racking up kills until time runs out and you feel like you can't even move an inch b4 you get killed because everyone has unlimited chopper gunner and ac130s. I broke 2 1/2 controllers I'm done with MW2.
I feel that almost all my deaths are cheap. I'll have the jump on a guy, he throws a grenade and boom I die. But when I throw grenades, enemies somehow roll out of the way. Those things seriously need a longer time fuse. Shotguns are ridiculous, you don't even need to aim, just gotta run around. Getting killed by grenades, shotguns, rockets, grenade launchers, it all feels cheap to me. And then the one where they hipfire at you for a second, then melee you so you die? That sh1t NEVER works for me, but I'm always the victim of it. And I'm not even that bad, my kill/death ratio is around 2. I should keep all the bullsh1t moments I've had and make it into a video. Call of Duty 2 veteran mode was insanity too. The floor probably has a minor dent in it from all my fist banging. Multiplayer in general gives me a hot temper. I'm very competitive because I know I'm pretty good at this sort of thing, so to die gets me pretty worked up. Makes me wish I could go back to the first months I had my 360 playing Rainbow Six Vegas, when I was just happy to have a next gen console. Back then I'd be 0-12 and I'd still be having a blast. Nowadays, I don't consider a game good unless I have twice as many kills as deaths.
You just need more skill at uncharted :P I have never had a game that I have not had more kills than deaths ever so it clearly got skill to it. I find COD cheaper.
CoD4 veteren. One shot one kill. I died five times carrying Cpt McDougal or whatever his name was to the chopper. And the last checkpoint is when the chopper is 3.5Km away.
My kill/death ratio is over 2, so I think I have more skill than the average player.
yep, ninja gaiden. I did finish the game, but it is immeasurably hard on the highest difficulty. My xbox controller sustained damage, as did the wall!
mario bros, the first one for the reg. nintendo. no save game, only three lives, you bet your ass there was stuff being broken when i lost that last life.
Racing the White Angel Car used to be the bane of my existence, if you didnt perfectly race you would lose and they gave you a head start. right at the end of the race here comes the white car. Made me want to drop kick the wall. But getting that frustrated with a game makes it all the better when you win. Oh and Top Gun was impossible. Thats why there were Game Genies and Pro Action Replay codes. In those eras. Edit: Trying to beat Akari Warriors on NES takes the crown i take it back.
some N00bs in BFBC2 in my team of course that make dumb things and costs us the game, and i lose it when i get knifed and someone gets my golden dog tag there is alot of other games that makes me Mad but this is what i remember now since i was playing the game last night
I feel your pain, a month ago I was in the top 15 in BFBC2 (PS3) so I was a rank 50. Let's just say I was pretty much on everyones hit list. Newbies whould message me hourly "can I get your tag" or "I got your tag". Of course I would message back ' your a nobody " . Also I noticed if newbies stuck me in the back, they would leave.... coincident ? nope.
What's the thing with the golden dog tags? Why are they important to some? Is there a trophy I haven't heard of?
Burnout paradise - stupid game needs a 'gps' something like in RDR/Gta for races. DBZ budokai Wii - horrendous controls. When gestures clearly don't make a game great.
I beat it on the hardest difficulty too. I found COD4 on veteran to be harder. The beginning levels are very easy on veteran and you can skip most enemies and reach checkpoints. What made it difficult for me was the "No Fighting In The War Room" level. The placement of the enemies and the two hit kills made it nearly impossible to beat. I had to of died over 100 times on that level before I finally beat it. Just thinking about it makes me angry, lol.
Ninja Gaiden is a game that wants you to play it it's way. A demanding controller scheme doesn't help. I easily overcame Ninja Gaiden Sigma because I learned the moves and how to deal with different enemies. NGS2 was the same and the best way to deal with enemies if you can is the Ultimate charge. You need to time your evasions with it, and doing so you can overcome the majority of enemies if you can do it well. At first it was hard, but I learned the game system and the games became much easier.
Mike Tyson's Punch Out, BattleToads, Ninja Gaiden 2 (NES), and the Atari 2600 version of PitFall. Games made today are all easy in comparison. Even Demon's Souls.
CoD4. 10,9,8,7,6 "Stand down, its a draw" WTF!!! Why couldnt the host leave before the game started? That really annoyed me.
I usually lose it the worst in some multiplayer games but I what comes to a specific moment in a game I'd have to say the last part of the Tsernobyl mission on CoD4 where you have to hold the position near the ferris wheel and the last part of Zeus on GoWIII. Both took me 1,5-2 hours to complete. Oh, and the Mile High club of CoD4 on Veteran. Cheez... After beating the game on Veteran I could NOT get how the game was any fun AT ALL. I I was on the PS3 so NO achievements due for that reign of agony! Wait... NNNNNNNNNNNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOO now I got it!! MotorStorm, some pretty random 4th level race (5 lvls in total), Rain God Mesa as the track and vehicles were limited to buggies. FREAKING unbelievable rubber-band AI! That took me three DAYS!!!
Smurfs on the Atari.
The Lost World on Donkey Kong Country 2. Loco Roco: Cocchorecho (I JUST WANT TO TILT AND BOUNCE WITH SIXAXIS CONTROLS! Whoever was in charge of Q&A on that one should be fired.) Devil May Cry 3 (The last Vergil battle) The last blast shard on inFamous Zombies Ate My Neighbors I Wanna Be The Guy: The Movie The Game I've never had trouble with Ninja Gaiden...none of them.
DMC3 was harder than either NG IMHO. But NG boss cheesing is crazy, on NG2 towards the end you fight like 5 bosses nearly back to back. Off Topic: Am I in the twilight Zone?!? *music plays* Gamers getting along on N4G????????
Yes indeed, I sucked badly at DMC3 at first, died against cereberus 20 times before I decided i had to switch to easy. Im pretty good now, finished DMD mode, that was hell- used up like 10 large vital stars against vergil 3.
sonic and the secret rings for the wii That game is beyond horrible. I thought I was losing my mind when I was playing that game, not to mention it had me chain smoking like a fiend. Easily the most frustrating game I've ever played.
Landing a plane in Top Gun on Snes(nes maybe), only ever suceeded once.
Haha, the Angry Video Game Nerd talks about that Top Gun sequence a few times. I should try doing that landing sequence one day. I'll probably fail too!
I remember that. It was on the nes
None have.. I am not a child.
Cause only children get frustrated with games./s In actuallity it only when you become competitive does a game start to frustrate you, most children are just happy to be playing win or lose.
So what does that have to do with anything? You not being a child, I mean.
I'm a PC gamer, and I've been pretty cool about beating my games. Maybe it's the fact that I respect my hardware or maybe that I can easily switch to a different game like GTA and start blowing shit up there or maybe it's that PC gamers are more civilized than Console gamers (hey, we're not the ones with little kids calling each other names and insulting women here)
You probably havn't played championship manager then. That game made me throw a chair off the wall. I also broke several ps2 controllers playing PES. I'm like Mike Bassett England Manager; let it all boil up and then explode.
tell more about your "civilized" world zedo?
I tossed my Gameboy Fat&Gray at a wall after the 8th failed attempt at earning the cascade badge with my Charmeleon in Pokemon version Red. It was then that I learned to have variety in my lineup. Luckily for me, Nintendo makes pretty durable handhelds.
I have never broken a controller, game accessory, etc over a game. When I reach a difficult part, I try as much as I can tolerate, then stop playing altogether. That, or I ask a friend to beat that part for me lol.
See, non-violent video games can also make people act violently....stupid media.
The first time I ever got pissed off at a game was with The Terminator on the Sega Megadrive. I could never, for the life of me, complete it. Next was the water sample puzzle near the end of Resident Evil 3. Even to this day I use a guide to get past that part, lol! Recently, though, it's been Uncharted 2 on Crushing, Killzone 2 on Elite and AvP's Marine campign on Nightmare. Jesus H. Christ...those games, man. Those fucking games! FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF FFFFFFFFFFF-
Yakuza 3: The last team battle challenge in Ultimate Skill was complete BS. After 20+ tries, I was able to complete it.
The PS3 version of RDR was sold out all over town so I grabbed Demon's Souls. The lady at cash commented on some of the stories of frustration she'd heard. Can't wait! Bring it. :)
I didn't have that many problems with the bosses in that game, but getting through some of the levels made me lose it. I found levels 1-3 and 5-2 to be hard. The first time I played through it those giant goblins kept killing me and the poisoned water wouldn't allow me to evade their attacks and kept taking my health away. To make matters worse, I had absolutely no idea where I was going so I was running into packs of giant goblins and black phantoms, which of course killed me instantly.
Spiderman 3 on ps2. Looking for emblems.
On halo 3 a friend an i where 49 on team doubles we won 42 games in a row without going up we lost one n we went down to 48 we both went on an epic gigantic rage
Trying to get the zone zeus and beat zico trophies on wipeout hd. Nearly broke controller and still don't have them. Also missed the treasure hunter trophy for ff xiii which annoyed me. I hate missable trophies and achievements.
Here's a throwback for you all... Nightmare Creatures on ps1. First and only time I've ever broken a controller (custom d-pad), but it was good times all in all.
Lol, I still have game. It's scratched up but somehow it still works. Never beat it though.
in turok if u played it you know what i mean
every $#!7 gargling day. I have literally cursed a 1000 page dictionary's worth of very colorful and unique bad words. I've dropped so many f-bombs the military should call me up if they ever wanna plan a tactical nuclear strike. Second place goes to the final boss of DOA 4.
Honestly, ive played and beaten MANY games on their hardest difficulty...but playing Fifa 10 on Legendary has taken me to another level of alchoholism. The opponent A.I. is LITERALLY perfect, they dont lose the ball, they ALWAYS tackle perfectly, and string together 15 passes RIGHT IN FRONT OF MY GOAL. Complete bullshit hahaha
Trying submissions in UFC 2009 made me smash a controller, but in my defense, that controller hurt me first. I had a bruise on my palm for a week. Also, Mr. Game and Watch in smash brothers made me punch a friend.
I haven't broken a controller since my Super NES days. 2 games that was MK 2 and Chrono Trigger. Lavos's 2nd form ruined my life for at least a week. MK2 on hard destroyed me. I got so angry once I jumped like 7 feet off of my bed, throw my controller on the floor, broke it and when I landed my big toe landed between my bed and the frame and took off my big toenail. Hurt like hell.
almost, nct any online game....i hate knowing that a 12 year old is owning me. specifically would be sports games. the most recent would be modnation racers. EVERY car seems faster, even from the get go. i dont understand. we all start out with no boost, no powerup, but they blow me out (no homo) at the start. WTF
World of Warcraft back in the day during those 40 man MC runs... and all I wanted was the eye for my staff of benediction. Ran it so many times kept seeing the hunter leaf drop(7 weeks in a row), and since I was the only priest without benediction I had a good chance to get it. Anyway... so happens... my internet service went offline and was down for 2 days at Major Domo... I screamed obscenities when my mates told me eye dropped and they had no one to give it to. :S Sure it wasn't difficult per se, but WOW made my blood boil at all the wrong times, i've quit it like twice and hopefully i will remain Wow free. AS for conventional games, hmmm... Call of Duty World at War grenade spam fest on hardest difficulty, only becos you had to rely on blind luck to get through most of the levels.
When I was younger it was Mega Man, Castlevania, the first TMNT game and Zombies ate my neighbours that had me literally banging my head and the controller against a wall. Now it's Demon Souls. Not only are many of the enemies extremely difficult and the cheap deaths drive me up a wall but the worst thing that makes me want to throw the game out the window is just coming back to life only to have some stupid boss, trap,cliff, high fall or kamakazie enemy put you right back the way you were with half your life missing. Damn it.
Killzone 2 on highest difficulty. In the final fight leading to Radec I almost broke my controller and had to turn the volume off because Rico is so annoying!
Meh.......Wasn't that hard if you use your knife. I beat WaW and Killzone 2 on the hardest difficulties. I would say WaW was harder. I also beat Uncharted 2 on the hardest difficulty.....In case you wanted to know >_> :P
where you have to reach the enemies HQ in or whatever in a limited time..on VETERAN!! i nearly played the last chapter of that mission over 40 times!! seriously
Almost every Final Boss in the PS2 Super Robot Wars game.....you think they're dying then suddenly they power up like crazy when most of my guys have been spent and it takes me hours just to finish them off.
LOL... especially when they have a zillion hit pts and only one of your guys is alive who it repeatedly misses, but so happens that guy can only do 100 damage per turn because that's the only remaining weapon he has left. URRRGH especially in the OG series, although i have yet to finish Z, so we will see how that goes. :S