gravy666;4813115Any DLC I have for Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.
Shivering Isles was good, and Battlehorn castle was somewhat fun, but I didn't realize just about EVERY SINGLE ONE is a freakin new house for you
Of course, I probably don't regret Shivering Isles because it had achievements
Though I do kind of regret getting all the TFU DLC, the temple DLC felt recycled, especially with that last part where it seems alarmingly like luke on Dagobah, and the character DLC gets old after a little while
Star Trek Legacy....Yawn. Guess I just got used to SFCIII, oh well.
Uhh yeah, come to think of it Red Alert 1 and C&C Generals i liked the most, however RA2 and RA3 were a bit of a disappointment, RA2 the most disappointing... I guess i just did not like the hp levels and damage balancing and that the units looked more like toys instead of a more realistic ones :P
Sedistix;4816607Unreal tournament 3
It depends which version you have.
Xbox 360 Version = Buggy as hell, fewer maps, bad controls and no modder support like on the PS3 or PC version PS3 Version = Modder support but basically the same faults as the Xbox 360 version. This is just speculative since I have never played the PS3 version. PC Version = Less bugs, better controls, and supports mods. Need I say more?
In conclusion, the PC version is far superior to the console ports. Its also fun to play on the PC aswell.
AlDajaStar Trek Legacy....Yawn. Guess I just got used to SFCIII, oh well.
Legacy sucks out of the box. Its decent once you get some good mods installed though, but still can't match the old SFC games.
SFCII Orion Pirates was the best SFC game ever!