From Xfire: "Sometimes, video games live up to the hype and everybody is happy. However, sometimes, things can turn ugly. Today, we're looking at the top 5 most disastrous game launches ever!"
What a disaster.
What the kid has just a few years of history? Crysis2, watchdogs, both were hyped and fell very short of expectations. No Mans Sky and Duke Nukem are others that come to mind.
There have been an enormous amount and the majority have been due to bad games with no real remedy for a fix. Cyberpunk is being and will be fixed shortly. It won't ever run amazingly and look amazing on last gen base consoles but only those owners care. Nothing is stopping them from upgrading to ps4 pro or xbox one x or waiting for the next gen consoles to launch. On pc you only need a mid tier pc to make it run well but more or less a high tier to use ray tracing to make it look beautiful. Other games that come to mind . Recore, halo guardians, battlefront 2 from ea.
Shortly to me means 1 or 2 months. Cp will not be fixed within half a year thats for sure
Latest Mass Effect people... https://www.youtube.com/wat... lmao
"My face is tired"
What no Andromeda
No Battlecruiser 3000AD? Fail. Learn some history, man. It set the standard. Though Cyberpunk may have reset it...
Man... they’ll make any headline to get that click these days. Thanks Cyberpunk. I think it’s safe to assume it’s on the list 🙄. No click from me.
"CD Projekt Red shouldn't be blamed entirely though. A part of the problem is us, the fans, who urged CD Projekt Red to stop delaying the game and release it already." Yeah no. When I hear the CEO state they felt no pressure to release early internally and externally. I do not agree with this blaming the fans for someone else's problem mentality popping up. You also have to be naive to even think a company riding a 317 million dollar product would magically feel pressured by some people complaining on the internet.
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