"The Daemon lied with every breath. It could not help itself but to deceive and dismay, to riddle and ruin. The more we conversed, the closer I drew to one singularly ineluctable fact: I would gain no wisdom here."
Gender: Male Location: Some abandoned space station
I liked the 2D Ecco.. Heard the 3D ones were worse though.
As for me, Hey You Pikachu!
Felt it was solid for an online co-op and multiplayer experience (mostly the former), but with playing offline one would be disappointed (unless they like the AI teammates).
Most DBZ games are just rehashes without that much change, but Battle of Z felt kinda fresh for me (in a good way, and the gameplay seemed easier to catch onto handling, even if it didn't have that much depth), and I liked how it made every fighter their own type (support/assist, interfere, ki blast, melee), making even some of the weakest characters more viable, in addition to them having more retry amounts than the stronger characters.
That was nice team balancing, but for multiplayer, they should've limited how many players can use someone like Broly, SSJ3 Goku, etc. on a team, as having teams of them in certain multiplayer modes is the most unbalanced thing ever, though I guess to be fair, when were DBZ games (at least by Namco) ever balanced? If someone uses like Yamcha against an equally skilled player whose using Kid Buu or something, you know what the result's gonna be.
I don't really regret buying Destiny. Even though I think it's a mediocre game it came out at a time where there wasn't anything else I was interested in, and it gave me something to play for a month or so, and I put a decent amount of hours into so I got my money's worth.
I regret buying COD: Ghosts. Game's not good. Also regret MGS: Ground Zeroes. It's not bad, but I paid full price for it and it's essentially a demo. Not worth the money.
I love your rationalisation of being forced into buy a bad game because a console came out too early. Agreed on MGS: Ground Zeroes though, that was insane.
I can't say I regret buying Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, but I certainly got bitter over the fact it didn't have local multiplayer in between different regions. My brother has an american 3DS and I couldn't play with him at all. Phuck that region lock shit.