Simple, if there was a game you used to love but not you really can't stand it then say it here!
This game was quite awesome when it came out, and I quite enjoyed it. However playing it again it's a horribly boring mess of some of the worst mechanics, which starts off with a nice concept but pretty much abandons it and introduces some of the worst mechanics possible, as well as reducing the artstyle from pretty looking pixely graphics to awkward looking 3d graphics. Overall it was a nice idea, but playing it after the idea's hype has passed the only thing it's worth playing for is the card game.
I was sooo hyped to play this, and I really liked it for like the first few minutes.. but then I stopped enjoying it and played it in the hope that something fun will happen but no, the jumping puzzles are just a pain and sometimes just frustrating, and the story was only enjoyable back at the start when mystery was still a thing but then it just turned into "Oh hey your uncle is there go find him we knew him all our lives and we will never bother to explain how or why" and I was really hyped since it was published by Coffee Stain Studios the creators of Sanctum 2 (one of my all time favourites) but I stopped playing because I just can't... I'd rather play the Goat Simulator DLC all over again.
When I play minecraft, singleplayer or even on multiplayer. I would easily get bored and won't stand for like, 30 mins. In the past I would spend my whole day playing minecraft. But now... Meh.. And it's really hard to find a good server with a good community, and of course a unique concept. I only play minecraft because of rendering
I'm probably going to get a lot of hate for this but the Smash Bros. series. I loved them growing up! I had so much fun playing them solo and with friends. However I recently purchased the new one for my 3DS after not having played them in years and I found it to be meh.
"For I am a sinner in the hands of an angry God. Bloody Mary, full of vodka, blessed are you among cocktails. Pray for me now and at the hour of my death, which I hope is soon. Amen." - Sterling Archer, aka "Duchess", aka "world's most dangerous spy".
The Meaning of Life, the Universe, and Everything.
Minecraft is probably the most obvious choice for me, not really because I got bored with it, mainly I just found the game too time consuming for satisfying gameplay. Not to mention Mojang's limited technical and conceptual abilities despite their resources were really starting to test my patience, I could no longer defend the choices being made for the game. Although I really find it funny when people in Upper Forums say that if Notch was brought back he'll reform Minecraft back to it's former glory, the guy has become one of the biggest sellouts in our time as well as a very novice developer in my opinion.
At this point I like saying Minecraft was the game that knock out COD and successfully took its place of the annoying lame-o title with a league obnoxious facecam-LPers playing. Minecraft was once the refreshing indie title that had everyone baffled at what to do, now it's the game that hyperactive 9 year olds go berserk for.
Some other choices are a lot of the THQ licensed games that came out in the 2000's, I won't list any specific one but if you played any Nickelodeon title from that time you'll know what I'm talking about. I find Super Mario Galaxy overrated but it's overall still a good game.
GTA 5 online, it was fun at first but now it just feels like grinding 24/7 and hackers everywhere
I never liked GTAV online, it's fun to joke around on with friends but the free roam is horrible. You pretty much cannot cruise around Los Santos until you become rich and even then it's still a warzone.