Are you smashing your gamepad against the wall after beeing ownd by 12-year old kiddies? Videogameszone is! They show their top-10 games to smash gamepads against walls.
there are some really good online players in demons souls i'll tell you that.
Trials HD can be pretty frustrating at times. I'm surprised Demons Soul's isn't on that list though.
I dont mind been owned by 12 year olds as long as its fair and square, but when it comes to glitching bastardz i would not only like to smash the control pad on the wall but also in the face of the glitcher followed by a samdam hussain style throttling with the plug in and play wire
Mercury Meltdown Revolution for the Wii. If you have anger issues, don't use the Wiimote... or smoke a lot of pot first!
Modern Warfare 2: Commando, n00b tubes, O.M.A & danger close = Danger is close for my Dualshock 3
And I'll agree, but if it was an American site you can also bet the list would include any NCAA Football or Madden game as well. Why, because on the Heisman/Madden difficulty the computer doesn't actually get better as a player as much as it just blatantly cheats to win. Timely fumbles against you, your players dropping wide open passes, their players grabbing one handed interception while your's just slap the ball to the ground, and the ever so great RB's who shed 3-4 tackles per play. It really hits the anger button and makes you want to smash the controller into millions of little pieces.
So? In MAdden and NCAA you have the option to change the difficult at any time (not sure about FIFA/PES) but if that's true for those games as well, then no sports game should be listed. Games like Trials HD force you to play more difficult and frustrating tracks if you wish to complete the game, its not like you can play an Extreme Track, pause the game and change it to easy.
Wipeout HD and Demons Souls make me want to break my controller.
Not me. I know why people think DS might be frustrating but I find games that are cheap more annoying myself. DS is just a game that challenges you-but it's fair and as such you're actually getting wound up with your own shortcomings rather than the game. For instance, I remember renting Eat Lead:the return of mat hazard and thinking it could be a bit of throwaway, easy platinum fun that I needn't take seriously. thing is, on hard difficulty there are toons of cheap deaths that have nowt to do with your skill(or in my case lack of it). I never get frustrated with a game for being hard as long as it's fair and in Eat Lead I kept getting shot THROUGH walls! In a cover based shooter that's about as crappy and cheap as it comes and it made a pretty harmless game very annoying. Used to get the same thing in old games, esp Sonic games where there were unavoidable deaths the first playthrough of a level with spikes/pits in places you were certain to hit if you didn't know the layout first-trial and error gaming is frustrating as all hell! these days I find it's stuff like the above that makes me controller dangerous! Oh, another game that had me wound up was FO3-glitches, restarts for freezes and so on coupled with FPS that didn't aim where you were shooting(and VATS being seemingly random and having NO relation to the percentages didn't help either)was one of my biggest annoyances this generation-even worse for me than the finicky nonsense of the Lair ASixaxis controls if I'm brutally honest. Wipeout, though, is like DS in being hard but, largely, fair. I will add the caveat of games where the AI seems to not actually get better so ,much as actually start bending the rules of physics to beat you/breaking the rules of the game to beat you-and Wipeout CAN be guilty of that but so are most racers and most sports/footy games I've ever played. I recall one edition of ASensi Soccer where the referee started being amazingly biased asgainst you at some times in big matches at higher diffs and the AI team always scored free kicks from a billion yards out when they needed to as well! I killed an Amiga CD once because of a SS session going all wrong! Thankfully my meds are stronger these days!
I completely snapped a controller in half once, it was so loud.
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