I suppose Dying Light 1
Probably the pace and slow methodical movement is what steered me away. Then a year or two later, I approached it like a cowboy/bandit simulator. It’s not meant to be fast paced. It’s not western GTA. It’s much more than that.What made the gameplay click for you? I bounced off of it twice, but I still want to get into it since it’s a waste of money otherwise.
Fallout 3 seems shitty and confusing at first. I was playing in front of a friend and didn't know what I should pick up or not. Wasn't used to playing games where there is just loot everywhere and it was kinda frustrating. Once I got the hang of it the rest was history.
DVD-Audio and SACD discs do this, btw, so if you got a kick out of Guitar Hero/Rock Band tracks you might also want to see what's out there in those formats, although they went out of fashion pretty quickly.Then i realized something even more unexpected: Some instruments and the vocals are in separate channels! That means you can mute/change their volume individually. This is UNHEARD of with classic, original songs. You were never supposed to have that kind of access.
Dragon Age Inquisition:
Bought day one after awesome time with Witcher 3 and i wanted more of that fantasy world. It didn't click at all. I must of kept running into areas where i was so under levelled, i hated it. Everything seemed complicated, way too many quests and i couldn't figure out which were important and which weren't. I couldn't get into the story at all. 8 years later, i see DA1 on gamepass. Finished that and thought hmmmm if i could enjoy a clunky old game, maybe Inquisition ain't as bad as i thought. Next thing you know, im now waking up earlier to finish my daily tasks just so i could play more DAI. Im all in this time and loving it.
Dude we're like linked. This is literally me exactly to the t, was coming in the thread specifically to say it.I didn't hate it, but I put down Demon's Souls for years. Decided to give it another go in 2013 or so and was hooked. Proceeded to beat it, then Dark Souls, and then grabbed Dark Souls 2.
Ninja gaiden black lives on.Nioh. My second attempt at Masocores. I could have finished Bloodborne if only the setting was compelling enough for me, but NiOh was completely different beast.
Starving for Japanese action games I came across Ninja Gaiden. And seriously, finishing Ninja Gaiden is the ultimate tip you can give for potential NiOh players (and even more for Wo Long). Nice to see one game's DNA being transplanted onto even more improved recipient of different subgendre, not sure if there are more modern examples for that ( from old days I could say that classic Tomb Raider did the same for Rick Dangerous)