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Submitted by superbob 308d ago | opinion piece

10 Video Games That Totally Lied To Get Your Money

Sometimes developers and publishers aren’t exactly truthful when it comes to telling us about their upcoming games. They might overhype what the experience will bring or exaggerate about the features and it’s not uncommon for critical information to be held back or taken out of context to suit marketing needs.

This article counts down the 10 worst offenders from the industry, the times when publishers or developers let players down by breaking promises and maliciously misleading them. (Brutal Legend, Culture, Mass Effect 3, Red Steel, Resident Evil 5, Ryse: Son of Rome, Star Wars: The Force Unleased, Too Human)

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