- Jun 2, 2017
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Not really hated but unappreciated cause it's old, Chrono Trigger.
I never thought Deadlocked as all that "edgy". The aesthetics were a bit darker, but the classic Ratchet comedy was still there. I guess the story was a lot more twisted than usual, but the silliness never made it seem dark and gritty. Personally, Deadlock was actually my second favorite Ratchet game, next to "Up Your Arsenal".Does anybody remember Ratchet: Deadlocked (Or Gladiator) back on the PS2?
Its considered to be the Black Sheep of the entire series due to how out-of-place and "Edgy" it is...
But I still really enjoyed its sense of style, weapon modding added a ton of customization to your weapons and all the new characters they added into it were charming. (Were they ever used in a future title? Asides for the Dallas Chalice in Secret Agent Clank?)
Everyone has an unpopular opinion and I may get pilloried for saying this: but I didn't think Final Fantasy Mystic Quest, for what it was, wasn't so bad. Part of this is perhaps the music and aesthetics, but another could be because I was never that big on the FF series, TBH.
What are some games you didn't really mind?
Final Fantasy XII. Everyone seems to hate it for being a departure on the FF formula, but I loved it for what it was. My fave FF and possibly my fave RPG too. There's just something fun about its semi-tactical nature that has me waiting for the remaster.
Faded popularity, this one, not necessarily hated but deserves far more love. Guitar Hero.
Sure, it was in competition with Rock Band, but don't forget that Harmonix had a big hand in GH's development.
Of course, the love does live on with the charts and audio ripped for Phase Shift, but even then it's not as well-loved as the game series deserves.
Yes, the graphics in the video are Rock band, but the song was only featured in Guitar Hero: Metallica. R.I.P. Lemmy.