Submitted by Upstate8987 757d ago | opinion piece

25 Most Disappointing Games of This Generation

Den of Geek takes a look at some of the biggest and most unexpected disappointments in gaming throughout the current console generation. Here are the 25 most disappointing games of this generation. (Culture, Dark Void, Diablo III, Fable 3, Haze, NeverDead, Resident Evil 6, SimCity, The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct, Two Worlds)

ArchangelMike  +   757d ago
I think Haze has to be the most dissapointing game of the generation. You have to remember the level of hype it was generating, you have to remember it was helmed by Free Radical of Timesplitters fame, you have to remember the PS3/360 flame wars. Not only did Haze bomb so badly, but it took down Free Radical with it.

Some games on that list however are not disappointments in teh same sense. For example, There wasn't anything really dissapointing about Rage, I absolutely loved the game. It was just abit short, in a few regards.

In my opinion The Bureau: XCOM Declassified, should be up there with Aliens Colonial Marines and Duke Nukem as one of the most disappointing games of the generation. It was a fail on so many different levels, and was not at all an XCOM game.
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SegaGamer  +   756d ago
Sonic 2006 was one of the best games i have played this gen. Yes it has some glitches and there is a bit too much loading but the game in my opinion was fantastic.

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