The 1st Assassin's Creed comes to mind. It was a decent game but just dragged on too long and got repetitive.
I force myself to finish games I don't like because I will feel like I've wasted money if I quit early. What about you?
I normally finish all the games I start, unless its retro games which are usually to hard for me to do so. Rare occasions I stop playing because a game sucks, but it has to be really awful for me to do so. I can't think of any recent games that fit that bill.
I would say forced, but Ocarina, BotW and Skyward Sword begged me to stop, I didn't listen, and then forced myself cause they aren't good. Maybe they did cool things that people love, and maybe they are good 10s, but they aren't fun.
As for other things like 1886, Yooka Laylee, and etc. yeah I just quit.
Rarely, the point of games is to have fun, if I'm not having fun there is no point in playing. There have been times where a game starts to jump the shark late into the game and then I will push through to finish it, but as a rule I have no problem putting down a game I am not enjoying.
Depends on the game. I've walked away from some games. Mostly because they have bad plot and gameplay. I haven't finished Lolliopo Chainsaw or Bayonetta. Mostly because I'm not really into beat-em ups and there was not really any plot to speak of. I sometimes might walk away from games if they are too hard. I just give up. I might suffer through some bad gameplay if it has an interesting plot. I want to find out what happens and I'm not really into watching other people play games.
Yeah I do force myself. Partly because I don't like it when I never finish things. Partly because the only way I'll learn to be good at anything in life is to force myself to do it. There is nothing in life that I find interesting for long enough to get good at it, so every day is me trying to force myself to do things. I think that mentality crosses over a little into my gaming habits.
if I paid for it, I like to finish it. But I do have a point where i just cut my losses.
Also, to me finishing a game isn't necessarily getting to the end credits. Just like with people, sometimes they've nothing left to say even though they're still talking. MGS5 is a good example of that.
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