You ever had a game you had a bit of a controversial opinion on? A game that seems universally loved, but you thought wasn't as good as people said, or even thought it was just plain bad? Well, let's hear those controversial opinions! I guess I'll start by painting a big old target on my head, I didn't like GTA: San Andreas! I never managed to finish the game, mainly because I thought the controls and mechanics were just too dated. Before everyone thinks I outright hate this game, let me say what I liked in it. I liked what I saw of the story, and liked the characters, and I really liked the side stuff you could do like working out, dating, robbing houses, gang wars, etc. Honestly I think GTA V could have really benefitted from having a little bit more of that in it (and I loved GTA V). But the driving controls are awful, cars don't even take that much damage before they catch fire and explode. The mission failure/death system is way too punishing with how it takes away all of your weapons and you have to drive all the way back to where you start the mission, as opposed to hitting a restart button. And my God, it takes practically an hour just to choose which clothes to put on CJ, with him going in and out of the closet for every damn article of clothing! I'm sorry, but I just couldn't enjoy this game with all of these problems. This is definitely a game I think would benefit heavily from a digital modern remaster/remake. They could update the controls, make the shooting and health mechanics more forgiving, and maybe add some damn optional fast travel and GPS! I mean holy shit this world is huge and it's a bitch to tell if your going the right direction or not! I'm not asking to make the game "casual" or any of the other buzzwords "hardcore gamers" like to throw around, just that they update it. But that's just me. Anyone else have a different game you have a controversial opinion about?