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Anger birds is and always be a bad game. Thanks for the down votes
That's not really the point here.
Don't just come on here and start saying things. Now explain, why is it a bad game?
That makes it bad? That's called personal preference. I think Call of Duty is boring. Does that make it bad? No, because I like Battlefield 3 and at heart that is the same concept, but I think it's more fun.
I think it is bad, it's my opinion on it. Obviously most people think the opposite. I got it, played a few levels and got bored of it really quickly, personally I think that makes a game 'bad'. I'd like it to hold my interest for more than a few days. While saying that I think it's bad I also think games can be both good and bad depending on who is reviewing them. Just personal preference really :)
Yeah, personally made me bored too, but I like other games just like it more, cuz I like more sustenance...LIKE UPGRADES!!!! YES! ROCKET BIRDS WITH MISSILES!
I concur that it's dull. And that's why it's a bad game. As an internet game, or a free game, fine, but I wouldn't waste money on it.
But I play RPGs and puzzle games. I got annoyed in Arkham Asylum and City as Riddler's stuff was to simple. I like my stuff to be really challenging.
That reminds me of this.
It's a pretty good and funny read.
I don't think it's a bad game, but I am rather annoyed at the number of people who thought it was "new and grooundbreaking" when everything about it (the gameplay and the game engine!) was stolen by Rovio.
they didnt do anything for one i can show you multiple flash games from the late 90s early 2000s that are EXACTLY the same mechanics and angry birds, the fact that these people are billionares off a game that was made 15 years ago is rediculous
Blame consumers. They literally just brought a game that had a small audience to a much larger audience and it paid off.
Crush the Castle!!!
I up-voted you. HAH!
Those silly bros.
lol... tactical fedora. hahaha
I would wear the shit out of that fedora.
Battlefield is much better.