Animal Crossing New Horizons. I have been a huge fan since I bought the Gamecube version back in 2002. But when I first played the new game, the drastic shift away from its roots really ticked me off. My three favorite things to do in Animal Crossing games is to collect furniture sets, complete the museum and get the golden tools. So when they took away the ability for me to collect furniture in the traditional way, and they made the golden tools breakable, two-thirds of what I love about the game was gone. I was so frustrated and depressed, that I literally didn't play for almost a year. Other people in the house did, but I refused. Then one day, I decided to heck with it. I'll just play and enjoy whatever there is to enjoy and deal with the loss. Now, I actually like the game.
I still miss a proper store, though. And I don't craft a thing outside of tools lol. Just doesn't feel like Animal Crossing to me.