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hajime234 said:
I agree with you in all of then, less on Metroid Prime 3, in fact is my favorite game of Prime series

... and your most disappointing sequels aaaaare?   =)



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Spider-Man 3
Street Fighter 4
Xenosaga: Episode 2
White Knight Chronicles 2
Dragon Age 2
Modern Warfare 2
Modern Warfare 3
Star Ocean 4
Final Fantasy X, X-2, XI, XII, XIII
Tekken 6
Star Wars: Force Unleashed 2



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Final Fantasy X-2

Final Fantasy VII Dirge of Cerberus/Advent Children

Legend of Zelda II

Street Fighter 3

Darkstalkers 2 Night Warriors

Devil May Cry 2

Kirby 64

Every bomberman game after Bomberman 64



    

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Can't believe no-one has said this:

 



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JOKA_ said:

Can't believe no-one has said this:

 


Lawl I did xD, edited and saw this post lol



    

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Now that DMC2 is taken I'm stumped. There are a bunch of not so obvious offenders though that I'm sure are not worth mentioning as to avoid any conflict of opinions.



Super Paper Mario is the most disappointed I've ever been with a game, or anything else for that matter, in my entire life



Panama said:

Now that DMC2 is taken I'm stumped. There are a bunch of not so obvious offenders though that I'm sure are not worth mentioning as to avoid any conflict of opinions.


You can't argue about one's opinion. Give it a shot! =)



Panama said:

Now that DMC2 is taken I'm stumped. There are a bunch of not so obvious offenders though that I'm sure are not worth mentioning as to avoid any conflict of opinions.


Oh go one. Debate is fun



To me, Perfect Dark Zero has been the greatest letdown. It was an okay game, while Perfect Dark 64 was truly spectacular in every way.