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Forums - Gaming Discussion - Have you ever quit a game due to difficulty?

As in, a hurdle you wanted to cross, but didn't because of the difficulty, and ended up quitting the entire game because of it?

I'm not sure I remember doing that. But I did quit God of War after fighting one of the last optional bosses a couple of time.
However, I had already beaten the main game, and I had little interest in spending time on this boss when I could be playing a new game instead, so I guess that's not quite the same. But it's the closest example I can think of at the moment.



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Nope. But that are sessions that I've skipped because they were too hard, or tried again in easier difficulty

But I've quit games because I've found them badly designed or annoying



I absolutely suck at games like Rayman Legends. I wanted to beat the game, or at least many of the levels. But I only got 1/4 way through before I gave up.



Only Sekiro because the game is super cheap and unbalanced. I also hated having to clear out enemies in order to be able to even challenge the boss. Other than Sekiro I have beaten every game I've bought.



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No, I never back down from difficulty if the game is good, the only reason I've quit a game is for being boring or dissapointing as hell - Like Castlevania Lords of Shadows 2 for example.



Not that I remember. Most games have difficulty options that I could change anyway if I was getting frustrated.



My Xbox Series S is my baby.

Super Meat Boy. 3/4 through the game that one boss was way to hard and tedious, so I just quit.



Yep. Nioh, hardly got anywhere, don't think I even reached the first boss before I just got frustrated with it, just wasn't worth it (was free on PS+ anyway).



Hmm, pie.

My buddy ragged quit on me last night! We were playing Back 4 Blood.

I played with some random and rage quit soon after but you have to pick yourself and keep coming back for more punishment.