06:02:48 AM Feb 25th 2017
- In Dark Tales: Fall of the House of Usher, the interface is adorned with an animated rat which does various vaguely distracting things like eating seeds. It serves absolutely no purpose; the player cannot interact with it or make it go away. Many players complained about this in the forums.
10:44:17 PM May 4th 2013
About the PS2 Shinobi game, I was under the imperession Hotsuma was normal, Morisune was the glass cannon (better damage but worse defense and sword energy maintence) and Joe being the Shuriken guy (weakest sword but strongest Shuriken)
08:37:43 AM Apr 19th 2011
I'm not sure if this applies but Criterion Games managed to piss off the entire PC userbase with their Burnout Paradise release. More specifically, their refusing to release two major DLC packs for the PC: Cops & Robbers and Big Surf Island.
05:40:56 PM Oct 29th 2010
Shouldn't this be turned into a YMMV trope? The first example of this I came across had someone saying YMMV about it.
06:28:15 PM Mar 14th 2010
It seems like this page could do with a tighter definition, maybe along the lines of "the unlockable loses functionality so as to be inferior in gameplay to the default features". Most of these seem to range from Bragging Rights Rewards, to Cosmetic Awards, to just plain complaining that you think the reward wasn't very good.
09:46:37 PM Mar 6th 2010
I wonder if bonus that clearly intent for offer new style of gameplay should be removed? Example are various bonus characters from Castlevania series. Sure, they can't do same thing as main character did (item equip and such) but each of them alway have some abilities that lets player go through most of game with alternative method, clearly they are there for Rule of Fun.