Well, this is new.
Make a game with beautiful graphics with excellent gameplay but you only get a wooden sword and all those enemies comes rushing at you with machine guns destroying everything around you. Takes 10 hits to stun your enemy just to advance making it almost impossible. But the game is so great and revolutionary that it compels you to keep playing and dying all the time frustrating you to no end. Even if you manage to pass the first enemies, you get greeted with a huge boss that is next to impossible to kill.
Even if you get to beat that boss, you get a cloth as a reward to strangle your enemies yet it takes way too long to do it making it useless. At some point you would get the chance to get this beautiful and extremely powerful sword but you have to go through an extremely though quest just to get it. If you manage then your greet that the sword can only be used by the one that made it...making all your efforts to retrieve it useless.
The game would be a beautiful yet extremely frustrating concept with useless rewards and if by some miracle you beat the game you will be greet by the biggest monster of the game killing you instantaneously with a title screen saying ''you are not the chosen one'' then you would be sent back to the beginning of the game.
Leveling downward as the game progresses.
Inventory glitching out of game at random times for no reason.
Autosave every 5 minutes with no option to manual save and only one save slot per new game. (This way you can get stuck in a glitch and saved into the glitch; thus rendering a start over)
FootballFan - "GT has never been bigger than Halo. Now do a comparison between the two attach ratios and watch GT get stomped by Halo. Reach will sell 5 million more than GT5. Quote me on it."
Your a ex Spartan name drake who has to go on a uncharted adventure using advance warfare to fight watchdogs who want you to unite the assassins creed while running through the streets of gta 5 and if you lose your a battle all star for all eternity
Or, better yet, you see your character from your opponent's point of view.
ColdFire - The man with no name.
2 person shooter with the worst controls possible "A to cover, aim and jump"
every shot is an automatic kill, every kill triggers 4 minute cutscene, music by justin beiber
Needs uncontrollable camera,
and enemies level up with you so there is no point to leveling in the end.
|Australian Gamer (add me if you like)
||PS Network: Maraccuda
You start as a bland character with no personality, with droning background music in an infinite loop, that still plays while paused. You have to drive thru a forest to the nearest town, with no explanation or plot. As you park the car and get out, you are in a poorly rendered town. You walk into a bar and get out to follow a love interest and set up a date for no reason. Next day, you are forced to drive around a city with the worst pop-up texture, doing mundane everyday stuff. After a boring work day, you are in a date with the woman from the last day. To make the date go well, you have to follow the button prompts on the screen, but the game is so forgiving, they'll let you pass it. After that, you need to treat her to an awkward dance and follow the recycled button prompts from last time. Then, you end up in a motel with the woman. For some weird reason, the game glitches out in this part and skips to the second part of the game.
When you wake up, there are killer birds trying to attack others outside. And the starter weapon to fend them off is a clothes hanger. When you finally find a M4, there's only one 30 round magazine, the gun recoils wildly when shooting, it's highly inaccurate, and it barely does any damage. By then, the birds can throw acid to the player. As you progress, you'll find story inconsistencies. A man wants to buy your spare gasoline, but as you refuse to sell it, he'll hold you at gunpoint, insisting that he wants to BUY the gas. After a bird kills him, he drops the gas canister and his Desert Eagle, which you cannot pick up because the game glitched out by that area. After a few hours, the van ends up with no gas in the middle of nowhere. As you try to prepare food with Cooking Skill in 0, the birds arrive for what it seems, a boss fight, but they leave mid-fight, leaving a sour taste in your mouth for such an anti-climatic match.