A ton of video games come out on a yearly basis, and a good amount of them are lucky to succeed. And then there are those that aren't so fortunate.
Mad Max, Prince of Persia and a few others, definitely! Battleborn, Brink & Deadpool? Not so much...
Man, I miss PoP...
The forgotten sands was awesome but I didn't like the celshaded one.
I didn't play Forgotten Sands. Cel-shaded one looked beautiful and controlled perfectly, but it was too easy in retrospect.
Mad max is better than MGSV.
I never got around to playing it. Heard good things, but it was doomed the moment its release date was announced.
Metroid Prime Federation Force. Good game, completely the wrong time.
While I understand the fandom behind anything Metal Gear in the gaming community I think the "swan song" was one one of the most repetitive games I've played this generation and found Mad Max for all it's shortcomings to be a more fun experience.
Tatsunoku vs Capcom and No More Hereos 2. Xenoblade Chronicles X. About any good SEGA game last decade because SEGA is literally the worst at picking dates.
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