Level grinds. Some of the franchise games related to films, especially if the game doesn't live up to the film. Auto-leveling of enemies in games like AC Odyssey. The singstar or dancing games of the PS3 generation. Some of the fighting games with complicated control combos. Anything with a linear storyline, or repetitive use of game tiles for level-grind dungeons.
Find the impostor type games. I'm always awful at them and don't really see much appeal personally. They just seem boring. Unfortunately Among Us is really popular now so I have to deal with seeing it EVERYWHERE and people always wanting to play it despite having no interest in that type of game
Farming games Racing Sports (like basketball, football etc.) Entirely turn-based rpg games like fire emblem Games where you command troops to take over the enemy (clash of clans for example) Simulators Puzzles Visual novels Most rythmn games Most fighting games
It's got to be level grinding. It's not terribly common in most games that come out nowadays, but going back to play an RPG that has it in spades is rough. Mainly 'cause I don't have time to dedicate trying to level a character/party up.
Also RNG in games is the worst. Having to waste the same enemy over and over just for a chance it may drop that certain rarity or or item you need.
I don't enjoy games that give me a time limit from the outset, especially RPG's. Something like, you have ten days to complete an objective, or you lose, go nuts. The persona series was probably the only franchise that got me to overlook that feature.
Idle games, I don't really see the point of them. Bad sequels that are actually much worse than the games from before. Cheap shovel ware games that are just trying to cash in on a popular trend or two.
I'm not a fan of Toy scanning games (Skylanders, Disney infinity, LEGO Dimensions ect.) Its one big cash grab where you buy the base game and then you had to pay even more money (Including a new shelf) to buy the figures in order to play as them in the game.
I do not like the games where you need to invest a lot. There are games not for real money, they are so-called social casinos. But sometimes the developers make it difficult to earn chips while playing and offer to buy them. And you cannot withdraw this money back, you can use them for playing only. So I prefer the real Rich Prize Casinoand a chance to get profit.
if they aren't don right, visual novels can just be really boring, so i don't fault you for not liking them. Ace Attorney is a good visual novel series that tries to be more than just words on a screen with no meaning. You have a lot of input, and actually have to be paying attention to whats going on.
As for my least favorite type of game- the dark soul esque games, the incredibly difficult games made to be hard. I have really bad gamer rage, and games like this just bring it out super fast. i've broken things from my anger, so i just try to avoid games that i know ill make me angry. Also, when I play games I don't plan ahead so a game like this with constant planning just isn't what I am interested in.