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Games Radar’s Top 7 Games You’ll Either Love or Hate

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Marmite Gamesradar’s latest Top 7 feature lists 7 games that have divided gamers more than any other titles in recent history. Complete with links to conflicting reviews, the article indexes the real Marmite games. Like the sticky, yeasty, Vitamin B and Iron fortified goo, these are the titles that’ll either have you jumping for joy, or jumping from windows.

For the record, I quite like Marmite (the trick, you see – is to use lots of butter, and not very much Marmite. That’s if you like keeping the skin on the roof of your mouth, anyway). What I didn’t like though, was Assassin’s Creed (one of the games featured on the list). While stylish and visually impressive it was one of the blandest, most shallow gameplay experiences I’ve had.

Read the article here, then let us know what your Marmite games are.
What games have you loved that your peers shun? What games have you loathed, that everybody else seemed to be fawning over?

Source : Gamesradar

[Thanks to Q121 for the tip]

Last Updated: March 18, 2009


  1. DarthPenguin

    March 18, 2009 at 12:58

    I loved Assassins Creed… I also love Halo3.. they both deserve their spots on the list…

    I was suprised to see GH there though.. I thought everyone loved GH.


  2. Q121

    March 18, 2009 at 13:38

    Hi hated ass-ass-ins creed, as well as army of two… I just never had enough wine to go with all that cheese…

    *Yes i know the brilliance was in the multi player or coop modes…


  3. TheBeasht

    March 18, 2009 at 14:24

    Dead Rising haters just didn’t get it. I had a jolly good time playing that game. :cheerful:


  4. Geoff

    March 18, 2009 at 14:33

    My favourite part of Army of Two was receiving money after selling it.


  5. bokka1

    March 19, 2009 at 11:16

    A lot of people hated Far Cry 2 but I really loved it.


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