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Champions lifetime sub. I enjoyed playing COH for a month each time a new issue came out, and thought why not have access to the game any time I want.
Gamer logic through rose-colored glasses.
Star Trek Online - Played CO and knew it was not that great... Was in the STO Beta and knew it pretty much sucked balls... Still preordered the game hoping it would get better... Easily the stupidest game purchase I've ever made and the absolute last time I will ever preorder a MMO.
Guild Wars 2, bought copy for myself and my girlfriend.
Worst purchase ever and this is coming from a TSW Lifetimer.
Originally posted by dimnikar
For me it was AION. No idea what I was thinking. Outside of MMORPGs, there's a number of impulse purchases on Steam I don't neccessarily regret (they were dirt cheap), but could've done without...
For me it was AION.
No idea what I was thinking.
Outside of MMORPGs, there's a number of impulse purchases on Steam I don't neccessarily regret (they were dirt cheap), but could've done without...
I'm glad I didn't buy this one.....I could see why you'd be upset...That was a terrible game.
Age of Conan
other online games,
I may not have stuck with but I didnt feel ripped off
Kickstarter: Stuff I'm supporting
Originally posted by WhiteLantern
Because I do research and have learned to think for myself, I don't regret any of my purchases. Although a couple of CEs could have been bought at a discount later............
Because I do research and have learned to think for myself, I don't regret any of my purchases.
Although a couple of CEs could have been bought at a discount later............
I do a lot of research and make my own decisions,but have to admit that Warhammer got me. By far the worst purchase I ever made.
Currently Playing: Star Wars The Old Republic
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Playing: War Thunder, World of Warcraft, and Grim DawnWaiting on:Everquest Next and The Black Desert
The Secret World... $10 ill never see again!
Or dragon age 2.
I thought I knew the game after closed betas, open beta and launch. But I was wrong.
Some day I'm going to put a sword through your eye and out the back of your skull!
Originally posted by salsa41 are you have problem ?
Guild Wars 2 for me.
I never had the opportunity to Beta it so I didnt know what to expect.
Horrible game IMO.
The one thing I will give them credit for is they gave me my money back and they never closed my account. Sadly I have played maybe 1 hour since initial release and them giving me a refund.
I just cant make myself play.
Everything after 2007.
Hmm.. Maybe it's the fault of this site..
For MMOs, would be Hellgate: London lifetime sub. Not because the game was bad (it wasn't) but because of the gross mismanagement and outright lies of Roper & co. I still fully intend to take my $120 back out of Roper's hide should I run across that piece of trash someday.
For regular games, would have to be Red Faction: Armageddon. The game is a huge step back from the previous installment, and was in fact so bad it managed to kill off the franchise. It still blows my mind how they could regress from an open world game with damn near fully destructible environments to a linear, level based shooter confined to claustrophobic caves.
MMO: Aion or Vanguard SoH ( I actually played vanguard for close to year hoping they would fix the bugs, but here we are years later with a half assed F2P model and the same glitches that have plagued the game since release)
Single Player: Probably Diablo 3 or Demigod. Diablo 3 doesn't even really have an online component other than trying to log in, and Demigod is probably the worst MOBA I have ever seen.
Currently Playing: ESO and FFXIVHave played: You name itIf you mention rose tinted glasses, you better be referring to Mitch Hedberg.
I keep going back to play Swtor and enjoy it so won't say it was a waste.
My worse purchase was GW2. I bought into the hype, bought it, played beta and never even played at launch. It was entirely the exact opposite direction I wanted in an mmo. A massive world of public quests and watered down classes turned out to be the ultimate themepark and not the other way around.
The funny thing about Swtor is that with all it's faults it is still fun. As with most mmo's these days though I expect to take long breaks from it from time to time. I still await the so called sandbox games around the corner. Sadly though I am burned out on fantasy and see no good sci-fi alternative atm.
You stay sassy!
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