Top 5 Overhyped Flops: Online Games

MMGN: Online components: the current “key” to success and popularity in games. Game developers are looking more and more into shipping titles with online functionality, allowing people to interact with others all over the world. Social interaction, combined with competition, are seemingly what everyone wants in their titles, with games like The Elder Scrolls and Neverwinter Nights getting their own online iterations. But what games promised success, ingenuity and popularity and instead crashed and burned? Let’s find out.

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Myst2384d ago (Edited 2384d ago )

Actually quite saddened about Final Fantasy XIV especially since I wanted something similar to Final Fantasy XI. Although it may have done bad at least they are sprucing it up. Haven't read much in the way of what they have been doing in the past few weeks/months but hopefully it's been building up great. Still waiting out on that PS3 version.

Speaking of which I went and looked up Yoshida's letters from the producer stuff and if anyone is interested -