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Games don’t have to be prestigious award-winners to justify your time and money

Like most people, I’m a fan of expensive blockbusters. I loved being mad at all the hairless things in God Of War and was blown away by the overwhelmingly rich world of Red Dead Redemption 2. Even The Last of Us Part 2… Yeah, it doesn’t look bad. Pretty good. I liked it, but it didn’t make it into my top 10 PlayStation games.

You might think it’s a masterpiece, but that’s okay. Different people like different things.

No game is loved by everyone who plays it, and you don’t have to absolutely love it to enjoy it. If you sit back and think about it (it won’t be offended if you don’t, I know you’re busy), you’ll find that for every game that surprised you, there’s at least 10 games that surprised you. Likes – much less. And on this ten list, there will be a few that others actively dislike. Especially if the edges are slightly rough.

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The PS3’s library was filled with adorable incomplete games. Mercenaries 2 was ugly and out of focus, but provided a great sandbox for messing around with vehicles and blowing things up. Stranglehold was a bit clunky and often disappointing, but it was great to keep him cool while starring in his own John Woo movie.

Resident Evil 6 is partially annoying, but there are still moments of greatness. Even the infamous Aliens: Colonial Marines have fun escaping if they love aliens enough (and we don’t all like aliens?).

It’s disappointing if the game has outdated character models, incredibly dumb AI, re-engaging landscapes, mostly empty environments, or sloppy frame rates. But as I said, “Be a noble raccoon, not a proud peacock.” If you don’t enjoy the game, stop playing. It doesn’t sound good to me.

But on the other hand, you shouldn’t quit the game immediately just because it’s not too flashy and it’s covered in perfect dozens. Dwarf Show your dwarf a little love and sometimes the little animals will love you.

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Games don’t have to be prestigious award-winners to justify your time and money

Like most people, I’m a sucker for an expensively-produced blockbuster. I loved being angry at everything for my lack of hair in God Of War, while the mind-blowingly rich world of Red Dead Redemption 2 completely blew me away. Even The Last Of Us Part 2 was… yeah, not bad, I suppose. Quite good. I liked it, but it doesn’t make my top ten PlayStation games. 
Perhaps you consider it a masterpiece, and that’s okay. Different people like different things.
There’s no such thing as a game that’s loved by every single person who plays it, and besides, you don’t have to absolutely love a game in order to enjoy it. If you sit down and think about it (I won’t be offended if you don’t, I know you’re busy), you’ll realise that for every game that amazed you, there will be at least ten that you liked – just a lot less. And I bet there are a few in that list of ten that other people actively hate. Especially if they’re a little rough around the edges. 

Past imperfect

PS3’s library was crammed full of lovably imperfect games. Mercenaries 2 was ugly and unfocused, but provided a great sandbox for playing around with vehicles and blowing stuff up. Stranglehold was a little clunky and often frustrating, but it was brilliant at making you feel cool while starring in your own John Woo movie. 
Resident Evil 6 is abysmal in parts, but still has moments of greatness. Even the notoriously bad Aliens: Colonial Marines has some fun that you can drag out of it, provided you like Aliens enough (and don’t all of us like Aliens?).
It’s disappointing when a game has outdated character models, or bafflingly stupid AI, or scenery that grabs you back, or largely empty environments, or a shoddy framerate. But as the saying I just made up goes, ‘Be not a haughty peacock, but a noble raccoon’. If you’re having no fun with a game, stop playing; it doesn’t sound any good to me.
But, on the flipside, don’t dismiss a game outright just because it doesn’t look super-shiny and covered in perfect tens. Show the runts of the litter some love, and sometimes the little critters will love you back.
For more, check out all the biggest new games of 2021 to keep an eye on, or watch our latest preview of Resident Evil 8 below.

#Games #dont #prestigious #awardwinners #justify #time #money

Games don’t have to be prestigious award-winners to justify your time and money

Like most people, I’m a sucker for an expensively-produced blockbuster. I loved being angry at everything for my lack of hair in God Of War, while the mind-blowingly rich world of Red Dead Redemption 2 completely blew me away. Even The Last Of Us Part 2 was… yeah, not bad, I suppose. Quite good. I liked it, but it doesn’t make my top ten PlayStation games. 
Perhaps you consider it a masterpiece, and that’s okay. Different people like different things.
There’s no such thing as a game that’s loved by every single person who plays it, and besides, you don’t have to absolutely love a game in order to enjoy it. If you sit down and think about it (I won’t be offended if you don’t, I know you’re busy), you’ll realise that for every game that amazed you, there will be at least ten that you liked – just a lot less. And I bet there are a few in that list of ten that other people actively hate. Especially if they’re a little rough around the edges. 

Past imperfect

PS3’s library was crammed full of lovably imperfect games. Mercenaries 2 was ugly and unfocused, but provided a great sandbox for playing around with vehicles and blowing stuff up. Stranglehold was a little clunky and often frustrating, but it was brilliant at making you feel cool while starring in your own John Woo movie. 
Resident Evil 6 is abysmal in parts, but still has moments of greatness. Even the notoriously bad Aliens: Colonial Marines has some fun that you can drag out of it, provided you like Aliens enough (and don’t all of us like Aliens?).
It’s disappointing when a game has outdated character models, or bafflingly stupid AI, or scenery that grabs you back, or largely empty environments, or a shoddy framerate. But as the saying I just made up goes, ‘Be not a haughty peacock, but a noble raccoon’. If you’re having no fun with a game, stop playing; it doesn’t sound any good to me.
But, on the flipside, don’t dismiss a game outright just because it doesn’t look super-shiny and covered in perfect tens. Show the runts of the litter some love, and sometimes the little critters will love you back.
For more, check out all the biggest new games of 2021 to keep an eye on, or watch our latest preview of Resident Evil 8 below.

#Games #dont #prestigious #awardwinners #justify #time #money


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