this doesn't even come close to difficult in the context of how difficult some games areProbably some of the L4D campaigns on expert.
Try pulling that shit off whilst carrying anything less than 3 team members who coordinate as effectively as a spec ops unit. It requires all 4 of you to be on fire at all times. It's awesome - but it'll test you.
Examples please.this doesn't even come close to difficult in the context of how difficult some games are
l4d2 has no difficult mechanics to master and you can pretty much solo it on expert. the game is as straightforward as it gets and being good is just a matter of not making mistakes. there's utility to trivialize most encounters in the game, and if the primary source of difficulty is other people sucking rather than the game itself....then yeah that's not a hard gameExamples please.
I've played many a game over the years, but my memory is terrible.
I find L4D on expert quite challenging primarily because most other players are shit, thus shifting the onus onto myself to be mostbest.
I got that Socrates quoteI don't usually play game for their difficulty. I haven't played Dark Souls as yet, but I tried Demon Souls and gave up because by the time I reached the boss on the bridge it just wasn't fun, it was too frustrating. And yes, I've done Dragon Age 1 & 2 with every class and didn't find it too difficult, really.
Probably the hardest one I've completed was Resident Evil 4 on the hardest difficulty, just because I'd done it a couple of times and a few years later revisited it on the hardest setting for fun. That darn ogre after the lake - I had 7 shot gun shells and a knife by then, nothing else. It took a few attempts.
Whoa people on this forum have a life?the game of life