I have been playing Ace Attorney: Spirit of Justice ever since it came out, and my general experience thus far has been that I am far too vigilant in finding errors in everything and anything--including long before they're supposed to be brought to light, and even in things I'm not supposed to find fault with.
In trial three, specifically, there have been many things that I noticed but was unable to call upon (some I got to later on, and others are still unexplained) and it eventually got to the point where I didn't even know what to do anymore because my own problem solving skills were apparently better than the game's. So then the big plot bomb was dropped, which included something hugely stupid, and I just...ragequit.
[6:03:47 PM] ElectricLeafeon: ...
[6:03:49 PM] ElectricLeafeon: nope
[6:03:51 PM] ElectricLeafeon: I'm done.
[6:03:52 PM] ElectricLeafeon: Done.
[6:04:17 PM] ElectricLeafeon: done with this nonsense
[6:05:53 PM] Gaper: what happened
[6:06:08 PM] ElectricLeafeon: this extensive leap of logic-defying just ticked me off
Now that I've put the game down, I realize that the majority of the games I've played lately have inspired this kind of reaction. In fact, 3 out of 4 of the last few 3DS games I've bought had something that annoyed me to the point of quitting, and most of it was completely story-related. (Those instances being Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon, FE Revelation and finally, AA6.) The only one which didn't result in this reaction actually has no plot. I DID eventually go back to them later, after calming down (although Fates took the cake there) but this does seem to be a problem.
So now I'm wondering if this is a problem with me (likely overreacting) or if video games in general have dropped quality to the point where they're actually a little frustrating.
I sadly am that kind of person who can't really take stupidity and logic defiance which might be feeding my issue, but I just want to know if anyone else is having these issues or if it really is just me.