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By: | February 22nd, 2009
Editorial |Exclusive |Feature


With the slew of great titles being released, I found myself enthralled in some of 2008’s best, but as I look back, I notice that some games just didn’t really sink in. In no way were these games completely awful, but they seemed to get lost in the mix. Please note that this list is of my own, I don’t particularly know how others may or may not feel about those listed, or what they play.

Far Cry 2


Honestly, I truly enjoyed this game for as long as I could; it was incredibly immersive and set a new height on realism. But, to say the least, it was too much realism for me. Travel was irritating, missions gradually became repetitive, and gun jams seemed to occur at the most inopportune moments. Though, what hurt this game the most in my opinion was the fact that there were other, more enjoyable alternatives at my disposal.

Mirror’s Edge


When I first experienced this game, I went ape; it was innovative, immersive, and stylish! However, since then, I find it hard to see how I could ever come across a reason to play it again. To its credit, Mirror’s Edge boasted a marvel single player, unfortunately, it was exceedingly short and its replay value was bare to none. I was let down, and if you’re intent on playing this game, then you might as well wait for it to hit the bargain bin.

Ninja Gaiden 2


Now, I myself am quite mixed on this one, of course, what made this game stand out was the intensity of the gore. And of course, I for one am a complete fan of any title that allows you to disunite any limbs that care to get in the way of your blade. But, I’m certainly not a fan of loose camera angles, and rough controls. So, in the long run, this game really only services to those die hard fans.

I could go on forever with this list, but I wanted to keep it short and sweet; besides, I have a LittleBigPlanet level I must tend to. Also, in a foolish attempt to get the community involved, I would love to hear your lists, of games that you may have adored initially, but you just couldn’t stand another minute.

Other Honorable Mentions:

Wii Fit

Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock

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  1. I absolutely agree with Ninja Gaiden. Haven’t played any of the modern ones, but would like to.

    I did, however, play GH III, Mirror’s Edge right away.

  2. avatar josh a

    dont forget viva pinata

  3. avatar MAXXX


  4. avatar somebody

    Rise of the Argonauts. it had quite a bit of hype generated around it. and it really did look to be a great rpg. but then it came out and hardly anyone even noticed, and its time has already passed without even a second glace.

    Too Human. it was an okay game but it completely failed to live up to its expectation, and now just about everyone has forgotten about it. perhaps were better off not remembering though.

  5. avatar Jake S

    GH3 was a 2007 launch btw Mirror’s Edge not to fussed , for me it go repetitive, Far Cry 2 was amazing but again got repetitive. Ninja Giaden was amazing though.

  6. avatar xino

    No…those are the games you’ve forgotten:/

  7. @ xino, no crap lol, it is after his article and opinion hehe.

    Yea Mirrors Edge for me it was forgotten because I didn’t see what really separated it from the rest.

  8. Maxxx needs deleting!!!!!!

    There are games that I couldn’t afford and so they got lost in the mix. Plus, I didn’t want to buy more than one at a time and end up tossing a coin or just not giving one title my full attention.

    Far Cry 2 is on my “to do” list, as is Bioshock (I own a PS3) and Ninja Gaiden Sigma, as it happens (I stood in Game with a pre-owned copy in my hands for about 5 minutes before putting it down and leaving on Saturday. Darn!).

  9. avatar GregHorrorShow

    Mirror’s Edge was cool, still want to check out Far Cry 2 at some stage.

  10. avatar Zeiad

    FarCry2 was a good game, but there was something made the game so ridiculous:
    most of the gaurd posts will shoot you on site for no reason, they will just abandon there positions to make sure you are dead.

    I would like to add Frontlines: Fuel of War, though it’s an old game but still worth playing.

  11. avatar Tyrant Worm

    “But, I’m certainly not a fan of loose camera angles, and rough controls. So, in the long run, this game really only services to those die hard fans.”

    I don’t know about you, but the controls for Ninja Gaiden 2 are immaculate. They’re about as perfect as you could possibly get in a game like this. Admittedly, the camera could use a little work, especially in some of the boss fights, but I highly recommend playing through this again, if you’ve played it at all. The controls are bliss.

  12. Hmmm… I figure there will always be diamonds that get LEFT BEHIND in the rough. Meh, that merely spawns cult followings and in some cases, incredible comebacks! (pls. Too Human, pls.)

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