Gaming Question Sunday #7 – Unique Disliking?

-by Dylan DiBona

Hey guys! Welcome back to Gaming Question Sunday. Basically I’m going to ask everybody a question in hopes of getting a good discussion going on in the comments. This will be fun and also make Sundays a bit easier for me so I can focus on writing better stuff for the work week. So anyway, time for the seventh question:

What game do you feel unique for genuinely disliking?

Off the top of my head I gotta go Final Fantasy VI. I don’t like how slow the beginning is and the there’s so many characters I just can’t care about them all. I want to retry it again very soon though!

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Let me know your answers down below guys and I’ll try my best to reply! As always, thanks for reading this week.

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8 thoughts on “Gaming Question Sunday #7 – Unique Disliking?

  1. Usually I don’t uniquely dislike games (if that makes sense)… I’m pretty benign if it’s a matter of taste (like, I personally don’t “like” horror games but I can appreciate a good one when I play it). I wind up liking games that other people are neutral toward. Like… Mass Effect 2 was probably my favorite one in the series (even though my favorite character is in 3), and I’m one of about 10 people who like Zelda II. I also like Dragon Age 2 (overall). Haha I just realized all those games have the number “two” in them. Maybe it’s a pattern!

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  2. I’d go with Mother 3. In some circles, it’s cardinal sin to criticize that game, but I found it to be overly preachy. That’s not exactly bad in of itself because if you have something important to say, you should say it, but the problem was that the author contradicted himself too often for his points to get across. By the end, I had no idea what he was getting at. It’s ambitious, but ultimately lacks that certain something that made Earthbound a timeless classic.

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