- Mar 4, 2012
Tyrion Lannister, just to see everyone lose their shit.
I think it's around the part where weapon first appears and starts moving towards Midgar, just after the city of ancients. I haven't played it in ages though....might have to get it out of the cupboard sometimes soon.Fox12 said:I like Reeve a more than his machine, which is a little silly, since they're essentially the same person. Out of curiosity, do you remember what part of the game that quote is from? I don't remember it, which is strange, since its my favorite game. I do like the complexity of the characters involved in Final Fantasy 7. The characters aren't always noble, but their honest, and I appreciate that in a title.
I haven't met a single person who hasn't shouted their praises to the heavens at least twice in 2013, and another one for good measure once the remake was released a few months ago.Adultratedhydra said:The vast consensus i've seen about ellie is dislike. The last of us will only be remembered as much as it is because the Sonydrones banged the drums so loud that all other sound got drowned out.verdant monkai said:The only reason you guys (internet) like this cretin so much is because she is a child character who someone has spent more than half an hour writing for. If she were a fully grown woman she would be universally hated like that girl in Enslaved Odyssey west.
Also. Played last of us to completion. Dislike every character and their motivations.
Hmm, that's a tough one... Closest I can think of off the top of my head is to play Civ 5 and act like Kim Jong Un or something. Though that's less "evil" and more "idiot" . Does the old Tie Fighter game let you be a pilot for the Empire? I never played that so I'm just guessing. The Knights of the Old Republic let you be an evil bastard, though never as an official part of the Sith Empire.EmperorZinyak said:I know about the Payday games. I was thinking of more a "soldier in an evil empire" kind of game. I know you can join with Caesar's Legion in the Fallout games, and they're pretty evil bastards, but are there any games where you're always on the force of evil and are allowed to crush the puny rebellion underfoot?Grottnikk said:
While I wouldn't want Thrall to die, I totally agree that he was an absolute moron about Garrosh. I mean, through Cataclysm I didn't see much of Garrosh being a power-hungry idiot, so I began to believe that Thrall wasn't TOTALLY wrong.Sansha said:Thrall from World of Warcraft.
Not only am I tired of Mezten's Green Jesus, but he's been more and more poorly written since Cataclysm - he opens Cataclysm by making a terrible decision that, more than anything in recent years, changed the course of destiny in Azeroth by appointing Garrosh as Warchief, and the worst part is everyone forgets about it and forgives him.
Then he ends up matching power with the fucking Dragon Aspects and saves the world, then immediately disappears until Siege of Orgrimmar to deal with Garrosh, and then goes back to Green Jesus mode to guide us through Draenor.
Wait what? Just about everybody that meets Morrigan hates her guts almost instantaneously, the only one who even can like her at all is the player character themselves. Alistar in particular hates even being around her and isn't shy about telling her that to her face.Adamantium93 said:And for some reason, the game acts like she's a wonderful character that everyone is supposed to love.
Although I'm not 100% sure of it, I think Morrigan was basically Bioware's love letter to Viconia Devir, a character from the Baldur's Gate games who was very similar. She starts off as arrogant, selfish, and cruel, but the more you push things with her and the more you spend time with her, you discover that a lot of the way she acts is basically due to her upbringing (Viconia was a Drow) and she ends up actually becoming shockingly caring and compassionate as the game goes on. I think they were aiming for something similar with Morrigan. Likewise, Viconia is definitely the most "difficult" romance in the game, as she toys with you constantly and you're never quite sure if she actually likes you or not, similar to Morrigan.Adamantium93 said:Morrigan from Dragon Age: Origins.
Ok, maybe not kill, but I really dislike her.
She's arrogant, selfish, manipulative, and generally obnoxious but what makes it even worse is how smart she THINKS she is. She's stupid as a bloody rock but she keeps going on about how intelligent she is and how dumb everyone else is in comparison.
All advice she gives you is bad advice, any time she disapproves of my actions its because she can't see or won't consider the larger consequences, she whines about people being stubborn and set in their ways when she's the worst offender, and her few moments of possible intellect (stories of manipulating people) are really only her using her natural...um...assets to get what she wants. And for some reason, the game acts like she's a wonderful character that everyone is supposed to love.
Yeah, I'll help her and keep her on because her magic is at least useful, but she's easily my least favorite companion from the series.
Also, I wish Thrall from Warcraft would go retire in Outland or something. Getting sick of his crap.
Well, if you go with the game's alternate ending, you don't even have to look at all these guys.Ten Foot Bunny said:Preach it! Those two fucking annoyed me. Though I stuck with Amita to the very end, I couldn't stop thinking about how much better the game would have been if I could have sided with Pagan, cast two middle fingers to the rebels, and booked a nice room in the palace.EmperorZinyak said:I'm only a few hours into Far Cry 4, but already I want Amita and Sabal to die.
I wouldn't have minded a few nights with Noore either but... er...
Is it hot in here?