Games that suck, but you still had fun playing.

GodofDisaster

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Wanted weapons of fate the curving bullets got old after a while but it was still fun.

The whole game was just run, cover, shoot and curve bullets. Not to mention the boss fights were a piece of piss but yet I still enjoyed it all the same.
 

EzraPound

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Star Wars: Obi-Wan was fairly mediocre, but brought back memories of Jedi Knight, so I finished it and enjoyed myself in the process.

Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire likewise had problems, but nonetheless was an easy game to complete, and some of the stages - like Hoth - were fun.

Bugs Bunny Birthday Blowout was a fluid platformer in spite of its troubles, and Castlevania 64 come to mind as a flawed, albeit underrated, gem.

Also, Conker's Pocket Tales and Power Quest for the Game Boy.
 

Xbowhyena

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All the Megaman Battle Networks games, except for number three. Poor cheesy stories, but I played through all of them.
 

FightThePower

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Shadow the Hedgehog.

One of the worst games I've played yet I had some fun with it if I played Level 2 in a certain way.
 

Desert Tiger

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JenXXXJen said:
Final Fantasy X-2 was terrible, apparently. Most fun I've had in ages.
The story and voice acting were crap; it raped the epicness that was FF10, and yet I still had fun.

I hate myself for it to this day.
 

Joa_Belgium

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I enjoyed playing Wanted, even though it was a crappy game in general. One playthrough was enough, I don't think I'd play it again.
 

Grand_Arcana

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Valkyrie Profile: Covenant of the Plume, apparently. I might come off as a fanboy but:

It got bad scores for incorporating an interesting plot devise in gameplay. It had a morality system that actually kind of made sense; it was deliciously morbid and strategically logical. And anyone who complains about difficult either sucks at strategy games, or isn't willing to kill a prick or two, in my not so humble opinion.
 

BloodSquirrel

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Dr. Gorgenflex said:
Satin6T said:
red steel
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you must kill (static noize) with the (static noize) or you will lose points
Same here I had fun with Red Steel even though it was terrible.
I had fun riffing on Red Steel while playing it at a friend's house. It helps that I didn't actually waste any money on it.
 

Gotham Soul

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Overlord 2. It got irritating when I was farming souls to get new equipment, but other than that it was entertaining and I liked the music.
 

epicwin1

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Dare I say DMC4, nothing new, killed the old story writers and the whole "lets do the same thing again game mechanic"... but it was pretty, smooth, and addicting despite female characters needing their own physics engine, nuf said!
 

SimuLord

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Airline Tycoon. Simplistic, shallow, occasionally buggy, and a blast to play.
 

Stormz

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Two worlds was enjoyable to me just because I love free roam rpgs. The huge world and vast amount of things to do kept me going for a while.
 

Kelbear

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I found a way to enjoy /Alone in the Dark 5/. Top THAT!

I just drank it in as a B-movie. Something so bad it's good!