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d21lewis said:
In Beyond Good and Evil, there's a part where the controls get reversed. Up is down, left is right. I just turned the controller upside down and played it looks that.

*Pats self on back*

I played that game for the first time on PC so sadly I had to do it the "right" way (It wasn't really that difficult tbh, at least from what I recall). I did do the "turn controller upside down" thing when playing EarthBound though, since this happens in that game too.

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When I first played Kingdom Hearts 2 (had no experience with the others) I didn't know that you could equip different keyblades. Went through the whole game with the first keyblade. Even fought Sephiroth with it.



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probably quite a lot of exotic games I have played wrong for a long time.



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I am the only person I know who actually played Gyromite using the robot.  Wanna know the really sick part?  I liked it.

Also on Battlefront 1 for PS4, I only play the hoverbike tutorial level.  I could give a damn about the rest of the game, but that tutorial level is really fun.



The first time I played Skyrim, I went directly to Whiterun to continue the main quest.

Talk about playing a game wrong.

If only I'd known that doing so triggers all the random dragon attacks. In subsequent playthroughs, I'm already a Vampire Overlord by the time I take that step, so I can just let my conjured demons and zombie thralls deal with them.



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I guess my first time was when I played FFX as a kid, I never knew how to target Sin in our battle against him on the boat, so I was stuck



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The original loadout I chose was the assualt option. Halfway through the first mission I realised this was a horrendous mistake, as the game simply isn't designed for you to take that approach.

Mass Effect 1
Having played ME2 first, I didn't appreciate the size of the revamp that the sequel implemented in how the different classes worked. Did a third of the mission in adept I think before finding the missions were impossible because of how badly the guns handled. Had to restart and switch to soldier to make the game playable.



Every RPG! I play side quests solely for as long as I can. Then do main quests when side quests are no longer available. Then go back to solely sq’s and so on...



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The_Liquid_Laser said:

I am the only person I know who actually played Gyromite using the robot.  Wanna know the really sick part?  I liked it.

Also on Battlefront 1 for PS4, I only play the hoverbike tutorial level.  I could give a damn about the rest of the game, but that tutorial level is really fun.

That's the kind of admission that'll get your name added to a government database.



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FentonCrackshell said:
Every RPG! I play side quests solely for as long as I can. Then do main quests when side quests are no longer available. Then go back to solely sq’s and so on...

I don't think that's "COMPLETELY WRONG". There are some who might even say that's pretty normal. :)



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