WarpSpeed, I'll just mention in passing that you should check out the Oceanspirit Dennis series - in particular my own contribution to it would infuriate the hell out of anyone (even I can't stand it, but that's why I made it).
Fawful, I've just noticed that you've quoted me in your signature. I appreciate the credit, you know how much of an egotistical prick I am.
You may not ever be able to get into KotOR. The battle system is definitely not one of my favorites, but I'll probably buy it again anyway (my copy was stolen), and I just (relatively) recently bought the second one.
Minecraft was mentioned, and that's a game that does piss me off. I hate the way everything looks in that game, and I actually feel terribly claustrophobic playing it. I do however enjoy playing Terraria, though I spend most of my time trying to circumnavigate the game's defense systems.
MMOFPS generally tend to piss me off just simply because I'm terrible at them, but I give up on playing them before I actually increase in skill, so it's a cyclic problem. I do enjoy picking up a game like Halo and bludgeoning my way through the Legendary campaign. I have even quoted myself as saying, "Anyone can be good at games, but it takes a real man to be terrible at them and bash his way through anyway."
Just the other day I tried loading up the tragically terrible game "Darkstone", which I know for a fact to be a wonderful game. I wasn't able to play for more than about 20 minutes though because the awkward camera controls, distracting map overlay (covering the whole screen when turned on in a dungeon), and generally horrible design of it. Game characters should not be required to worry about things like eating (or in the case of "Dark Cloud", drinking). And somebody explain to me why the hell I paid 15k gold to upgrade my weapon before I realized that it was losing max durability points with each "upgrade".
I got the PS3 Jak and Daxter collection for Christmas, and I've always loved the first game (which is the only one I've beat), so I recently played it through again. As much as I love it, I think it is by far the worst auto camera I've seen. You can move the camera (sometimes), but there's often cases where I've died just simply because the camera. Jak 2 deviates so far from its precursor as to make me wonder why they assigned the same title to it. Really all they wanted to do was make a "for teens" version of GTA. They made no improvements to the camera. The guns are awkward to use, and the hoverboard is just infuriating.
All in all, I think Alcoremortis may be right... As I've gotten older my tolerance for bad design has greatly diminished. I think that's why I now aspire to make terrible games, so I can piss everyone else off as much as I have been.