Just Cause 2: Worst Game I ever bought
Just Cause 2 is the worst game I have ever played.
I just ranted in the steam forums:
I bought it.
This is seriously the worst game I have ever played!
And I have played a lot of games.
Free world game?
Not at all. Never.
And I constantly fail. On the difficulty level whichs description fit to me. The harder one would have fit as well.
And it’s not even that it’s too hard.
It’s just too stupid. I did this stupid drive missing several times now.
One time it’s that I noticed my character sticks C4 onto the car instead of throwing it, as he did always before. Then it’s that the car flips over and I instantly lost (even though it still flipped not such much that it was not on its tires).
Then it’s because my ammo depleted.
Hitdetection sucks. Controls suck. Omfg they really suck. Open world? My ass. I can’t even run away there.
I even failed on the very second objective in the game. I was not allowed to land 3 feets down a hill and climb um. Failed.
And I get reset to a FUCKING far away checkpoint EACH FREAKING TIME.
This is seriously the worst game I have ever played.
Do NOT buy it.
Seriously. Do not buy it.
I thought the free world and destruction would be cool. But I’m stuck in a stupid mission, where the checkpoint is the start of that mission, where I can not quit that mission, nor change the difficulty level. Hitdetection sucks and controls suck. Unintuitive.
Pretty much like all the bad console ports, this could have been a good game. It is not.
Although more went wrong than just the porting. But well, that’s how console games look like, right? Bad checkpoints, no settings like changing difficulty in-game (NEVER EVER!). A thousand keys.
I didn’t even manage to steer my helicopter up …
Oh, I just noticed, having created a new game: I FUCKING CAN NOT SKIP THE STUPID INTRO SEQUENCE. ARE YOU FUCKING SERIOUS?
This is so Assassins Creed sucky. This is so Prototype sucky. OMFG. Do games, not terror-software.
Has been some time since I feld this bad about having bought a game. After all I became cautious. (No, I didn’t buy neither Assassins Creed nor Prototype. But I played them. Not long though.)