A little topic to share moments where you got more than a little pissed off while playing a video game. I'll start off: I'm playing Metriod Prime 3, and I come to an area where there are two big mirror-looking surfaces on both sides of a tall room. I know I have to get to the top of said room quickly, according to the story, for some reason I've forgotton. I scan the mirror-walls and get a message that translated to "you go up these." I spend a good five minutes in the room, trying to find a way up these blasted walls, when suddenly: "ba-DOOMP ba-DOOMP" The game's Navi, the Aroura unit calls. I annoyedly answer, seeing as I was allready in a bad mood from the stupid room and because, so far, the Aroura has given me nothing but "you need to hurry" messages and useless advice. I tune out the noise, catching only "other planet." After all, I've tuned her/it/whatever out for most of the game up until this point with no issue. Ten minutes pass, and I give up. I look up the solution on the intertubes and guess what? I'm supposed to go back to one of the "other planets" I went to a while back and find a new item to get up these walls. Now, initially, I thought "well, it's my fault for not listening this time." Exept, one thing bugged me. I was only paying half-attention, but that half didn't hear the planet's name. Ten minutes on youtube, and sure enough, the AU's line was "The item you need to continue is on another planet." This is where I got really pissed for 4 reasons. 1. Why did the AU wait five minutes upon me entering the room to tell me this? 2. I made is this far without listening to the AU, why should I listen to it now? 3. The game had just set up a sense of urgency. Most of the AU's comments were "hurry up" and "you're running out of time!" Suddenly I have the time to go screw around on another planet? 4. The AU gave no inclination as to which planet I was supposed to go to. No "go to Elysia" or anything. Just "go to another planet." /rant So, please do share your similar moments of frustration so that I may comfort myself with them and convince myself that I don't have anger problems.