Very well I love confession threads like this. Typing this on my friend's comp but I'll write more after i come back home. Gran theft auto 5 I tried so hard to like it. I tried so hard to do just like what in the trailer said where i can do anything i want from parachuting, golfing, yoga, walk the dog, collect tattoos and clothes and what ever. I tried to force myself to ignore all the problems it got in character and crude humor... But in the end i found the whole game to be boring. It's like i thought that maybe i could defend the game on good gameplay but during the cutscenes and the radio host that reminded me this game isn't made for me, i couldn't help myself and think "Man... i wish i was playing red dead redemption or sleeping dog..." after i had to ride out the same mansion over and over again after i failed the mission. Zelda skyward sword People know me i am not a big Zelda lover (except for windwaker and twilight princess) but that one was for me the weakest game in the franchise. I could tell what was going to happen next and i just groaned every time i was in a dungeon/temple. I kept telling myself that after this the game will be fun but it ended up being repetitive. Groose had a cool theme song though. Dishonored I don't why... maybe cause i was too much in the hype or maybe i was fooling myself into thinking this game was something that wasn't. But in the end, i was not only disappointing in the game as a whole but also realized it's a very... forgettable game. Like maybe for one or two sweet kills and some funny parts, there's nothing much for me to remember what was special about the game. Even with that original steampunk meets the future city design they had, in the end I thought the entire game was a weak version of Deus Ex. And probably one that will get me some bad rep... Far cry 3 "Do you know the definition of insanity?" Ok... so ya gonna tell me or are you too goofy of a world to take you seriously? Honestly here, all the marketing made the game look like it was going to be heart of darkness meets American psycho. But after i burn down the marijuana field with a flamethrower with some Bob Marley sound alike music in the background before i went out collecting animal skins for a wacky guy on the radio did i realize that i was expecting the wrong game. If i wanted goofy violence in a crazy world, i'd play Just cause 2. I think the part that made me cringed a bit was when i traveled back to France and played the Co-op game with my friends there... You know i love that they try really hard to make the game realistic and mature and all but playing as people with tourette syndrome (in french by the way which made us laugh how hard the voice actor tried to be tough) with silly role divided gameplay made us wish we were playing castle crasher. I actually liked Far cry 2 better and that game was repetitive as heck! And like i told Necro once, I wanted Vaas to be Heath Ledger, they gave me The tick... with more violence.