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Got the idea for this thread by misreading another lol Anyway post a game and your experience with it that you were bad at but loved playing anyway.Mine was Starcraft. I sucked so hard at that game. But it was fun regardless.  I loved when some one would start of the match saying "NR 15 min" I played zerg only so I would be like ok...... 5 min later hahah



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Company of Heroes. I thought I was good until I played the MP, lol...



All Civilization games. I just set the difficulty to Chieftain (easiest) and just have fun building my civ, making wonders and not worrying too much about getting crushed by other civs.



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I'm pretty terrible at Dead or Alive 5, but it's an okay game. I play too many fighting games as it is, and I just can't be bothered to learn another. Although now, I play it so minimally, that I've forgotten almost everything. I can't even tell you how to counter a punch off the top of my head.

Me and my friends play lots of fighters, 4P versus. I'm always dead weight in that game.  Never got the original.  I but I am considering last round.

 

There really aren't any games that I like that I'm terrible at.  If I liked the game, I wouldn't suck at it.  It's just that I refuse to take the time to learn DoA.



I suck hard at pretty much all fighting games not called "Smash Bros.", but I still love to play them and Street Fighter II and MK1-U3 were some of my all time favs back in the day.



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I am terrible at Catherine, but I love that game too much.



TruckOSaurus said:
All Civilization games. I just set the difficulty to Chieftain (easiest) and just have fun building my civ, making wonders and not worrying too much about getting crushed by other civs.


I'm with you on this.



All turn-based JRPGS. I tend to enjoy most JRPGs for their stories and characters so I tend to really suck at them but I still get a lot of enjoyment out of the story and exploring the environments.



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PS4: 120M

XB1: 70M

WiiU: 14M

3DS: 60M

Vita: 13M

I've never had a game I was terrible at. I had games that I took a while to learn though. Starcraft was another game that eludes me.



For me, The Legend of Zelda Windwaker. I suck at all Zelda games, but there's something special about Windwaker that sets it apart from all the other Zeldas I've played.



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