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Submitted by maximaz 615d ago | opinion piece

6 Worst Game Titles of the Seventh Generation

AlienLion writes:

"As the seventh generation of consoles nears its’ mud dive, we feel the need for yet another round up, as part of our send off. This time, we will provide six examples of the most regrettably titled games of the past seven or eight years. Again, we will avoid the more obscure titles, because otherwise, the list would be endless, with stuff like Touch Dic and Sticky Balls (we fucking wish we were joking).

These are the rather well known games that have or will come out on some of the major consoles. This way, we can all appreciate just how little gaming has advanced, in that department, over the last few decades." (Culture, Infinite Undiscovery, Just Cause, Left 4 Dead, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, Stoked)

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