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06-21-2019 at 07:43 PM
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Games That You Regretted You Added To Your Collection

It's life when people was happy to get that game, when all of the sudden, the game stinks.


Here's My Question:

Which games have you regretted that you added to your collection?

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  1. Rogerpoco's Avatar

    Lolol-

    I didn't buy Mortal Kombat 2 for SNES, I bought Skulljager instead, 30+ years ago.

    That was stupid.

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  2. Snowflake's Avatar

    none, zero. the collection must always grow. asking what game i regret adding to my collection is like asking what money i dont want.

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  3. RTM's Avatar

    I regretted adding only one..."Texas Chainsaw Massacre" for the Atari 2600. Even though I enjoyed playing the game, I found out months afterwards that it was a knock-off copy and worth a fraction of the price I paid for it on Ebay.

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  4. Snowflake's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by RTM

    I regretted adding only one..."Texas Chainsaw Massacre" for the Atari 2600. Even though I enjoyed playing the game, I found out months afterwards that it was a knock-off copy and worth a fraction of the price I paid for it on Ebay.


    let me gues "hoser" games? those guys are sleazy where they dont techincally lie but they miseald. they advertise "a hoser game" which i just took to mean "hoser" was the name of their store. they never say "reproduction" so its easy enough to view it as them just saying its "our inventory" "hoser inventory" "hoser game", but then once you realize "hoser" only makes reproductions and you try to get a refund for the fraud they say "hey we warned you it was a hoser game, yo uwere told" - yeah you told me the name of the company, and i guess if i reserached your company i'd know you made knock offs but you never said mentioned the fact it was a knock of comp;any on the listings

    they chose their name well they really are a bunch of hosers.

  5. JohnnyOlMan's Avatar

    I think I still get caught by a lot of modern sequels to games I used to love all too often. Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits was one of those games. I really liked the original trilogy, but dang if there's just something missing in the soul of Twilight. Shining Resonance from Sega is also an extension of the Shining Force series and hit me the same way. That one was terribly disappointing because Shining Force may be one of my favorite early games of all time.

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