I'll say here and there. Sometimes when you come across something that seems so impossible, it makes you mad. Up until you work it out of course. I had a bit like that in The Legend Of Zelda: TP that I recall. Glitches are annoying too. I remember when my friend got Diablo 2. Man that thing was buggy on release. And Morrowind on the XBOX. My gosh. That was painful. My last save of that had a nice rainbow coloured speckled map, it was that good at getting stuff corrupt. And last night I was trying to get ol’ Need For Speed High Stakes working. Turns out it just needed re-installing. And lots of people say the Sonic games were easy, but I always found them very challenging. I guess I'm not a big platformer fan. Although I like Cool Spot.
I voted here and there. Gotta be honest. It's not real anger though as much as it is annoyance I think. Only when I play things online though, Mario Kart 8, Smash Bros and bad luck just starts piling up. Barely ever in single player games.
Yeah, you've got to pay for playstation plus, which is otherwise pretty much completely useless. I just play offline. It's kind of annoying, though - I was always pretty impressed with From's online stuff.
I need a new laptop for Sims 3 though. Wore my video card, not to the point of it quit working, but to the point where even the base game makes my laptop overheat. At least there's Sims 2. I still love that one.
I've been considering getting a new one myself for a while now, but I'll need to get another job soon. Not to mention a lot of the better ones are kinda expensive. I did find some 500-700 dollar ones with good enough video cards for Sims 3 (and probs Minecraft since that game ran sorta slow on my laptop in better graphics settings). My laptop's battery is also getting kinda crappy, so that'll need to be replaced soon.
Oh jees, that's still pretty pricey. Mine was 600 I think. Definitely cannot afford that xD I'll have to get a job very soon. My laptop battery is completely dead, due to the screen being shattered for months, resulting in it never being used.
Your screen shattered? Yikes! I think my battery started to go downhill about a month or more ago since I always kept mine plugged in (stupid idea), and it got worse last time I attempted to get Sims 3 to work, uninstalling it and just installing the base game, which overheated my laptop again (it didn't used to do that a year or so ago, I swear). My laptop's an old Toshiba from like 2012, and I got it around 2013 or so, and it's seen better days, being a bit slower than it used to be.
600 is a lot better than 1000 or 2000 imo. Anything over 700, in my book, is too much. I'm also having some trouble finding a good laptop with Windows 7 on it that's NOT out of stock, and I was mainly looking for refurbished ones. Most of what I found had Windows 8 installed, which I think I can get used to. I bet when Windows 10 comes out, it would probs be better than 8. It would be like Windows Vista and 7 all over again, with Vista being the buggy slow one and 7 being the better one.
Oh gosh I keep mine plugged in 24/7 (mostly because I can't use it without it being plugged in, and I'm on my laptop 24/7) I got mine in 2013 as well, it's a Hp, a notebook i think. Not very good, but it runs. I totally agree with you on prices. I like windows 8, though I've had some problems.
Ja doch es gab einige Momente, wo ich voll sickig war, aber das war auch irgendwie ein Ansporn gewesen gerade dieses Hindernis zu überwinden (und ich mir vorgestellt habe wie es wäre, wenn mich das Spiel deswegen ausgelacht hätte, als ich in einem Level nich weiterkam |D)
Es gibt wenige Momente, wo Videospiele mich wütend bzw. eher traurig machen. Wenn ich jahrelang Animal Crossing spiele und dann nach einem Monat Pause wieder anmache und einfach einer meiner Lieblingsbewohner ausgezogen ist zum Beispiel. Das zieht mich runter, weil ich durchaus ein RealLife und andere Hobbys habe und nicht jeden Tag die Verpflichtung haben möchte, in ein Spiel gucken zu müssen. Oder es zieht mich runter, wenn ich in einem Spiel nicht alles kriegen kann. Oft komplettiere ich eh nichts, aber ich mag es einfach nicht, wenn z.B. eine Enyklopedie der Ingame-Monster existiert, man aber um die Monster einzutragen bei jedem einzelnen ein Untersuchungsitem einsetzen muss. Wenn man einen Bossgegner dann ohne vorherigen Scan killt, kriegt man den Eintrag niemals. Find ich zum kotzen. Sonst eigentlich nicht. Es frustriert manchmal, wenn man etwas länger nicht schafft, aber ich hör dann einfach auf zu zocken, bis ich wieder Bock habe xD
Das mit der Enzyklopädie klingtg iwi nach ToS. xD Ich kenn das aber, ich mag's nicht gern wenn Achievements zB nur in Co-op Mode erzielt werden können. Wenn du dann niemanden hast, der mit dir spielen kann, ist das schon etwas blöd.
Sowas ist echt doof. Was mich auch frustriert sind zu teure DLCs. Vor allem bei "Fantasy Life" auf dem 3DS war ich traurig, dass der DLC einfach mal 8€ kostet. Klar, ganz neues Level und so, aber... das sind ACHT EURO und so 'ne verdammte e-Shop-Card kostet nunmal 15€ die ich ungern einfach mal so rausschmeiße für DLCs die eh schon im Spiel waren (der Download beanspruchte 2 Blöcke. Er war also von vorn herein im Spiel und musste lediglich kurz unlocked werden. Danke auch, Nintendo *kotz*)
Ich will ein Spiel kaufen und mich dann einfach ohne Probleme hinsetzen und es spielen können. Ohne alle fünf Minuten das Spiel neu von vorn beginnen zu müssen, weil mir was fürs komplette Komppendium fehlt oder online irgendwas machen oder kaufen zu müssen. Alles andere ist kacke. Spiele die keine Online-Features und DLCs haben und dazu auch keine Enzyklopedien haben mich nie so frustriert. Ich hab tausend Stunden Harvest Moon Friends of Mineral Town gespielt. 16 In-Game-Jahre. Ohne Frust...
Only when I'm forced to repeat myself constantly, doing the same missions over and over to level up gets old so after a while it gets on my nerves though to be honest it has never got me into a rage lol
Sometimes. But I adjust the difficulty according to what I'm looking for. For example, when I was playing Bioshock infinite I had medium difficulty and it was pretty easy. Only a little challenge, but I didn't want to have the feeling that I'm not actually doing anything like if I had easy mode on. I was still enjoying the plot, the graphics, everything awesome in the game. I remember the countless times when I played Mafia I., not being able to complete few missions and trying for days!!! I was frustrated but still, I really like it it the end.
It's always easier to play games such as Skyrim because you can always quicksave and quickload before anything happens and I was used to saving the game every few minutes. Nothing could really surprise me and nothing could go wrong. With games like Bioshock and Mafia it;s a bit harder and more annoying when you sometimes can play one part over and over again.
and I have to say I don't get a lot glitches. Sure, I got a lot when I modded the shit out of Skyrim but that was expected and I dealt with it. Other than that, just some weird stuff that didn't really affect the gameplay.
Mhm, that's definitely true. When you can save whenever and wherever you want, you can spare yourself a lot of frustration. It can happen though that you save in a pretty unintelligent spot that you can't get out of anymore.
yup, that happened to me so many times that it's ridiculous Usually when I came out of a home or a cave, or so and I saved right away. And then I had a dragon and 5 bandits attacking me at once Or save right before you die, that's also fun I was saving my game in the real save usually every half an hour. So then if anything like this happened I could go back to the big save, not the quicksave. But I learned from my mistakes and now I don't need to save the real save. I only quicksave when it's quiet and only after I know it's ok Not right after I go out of a loading screen
YES, AND I TROLL PPL AND... Nah lately I've been playing with a kewt bunch, when we get angry with something related to the game we troll each other and end up laughing a lot <3<3 But I've been through a lot of "pro" shit and stuff like that. I prefer just enjoying the game, not wining 24/7