[QUOTE="Business_Fun"]The demo for Clive Barker's Jericho was a major reason I bought it. Good thing that the game turned out to be a lot of fun too.LongZhiZiReally? I was...less than impressed, partly because you could switch between characters (which made me never get attached to playing as any one). Is the game actually good? I thought it was a good game. All the characters had well-defined powers (some more useful than others!) which made for some varied and hectic firefights, and they had lots of personality too.
I'll go with this one too. I'd finally put paid to Kuja, thought I had the game in the bag - and then this...creature pops up. Needless to say he spanked me severely, and I was so downhearted at the prospect of slogging all the way to him again that I never did get around to finishing the game.
necron in ff9.he wasn't even in the plot,the just threw him in the game in the last minute:PHate_Squad
The firstborn in Clive Barker's Jericho comes to mind. It's supposed to be the ultimate being, God's first mistake, and yet the solution to killing him is so formulaic and disappointing. Silent-HalSeconded. The game had been great up until then, and then you found it, the prehistoric root of all evil - and then nothing. And I don't think we're going to see that ending resolved anytime soon either...