We’re entering that time of year where all the biggest and
blockbusteriest games are on their way. While money doesn’t always
guarantee success, it certainly does help and you’ll most likely be hard-
pressed to find a game that actually gets downright slammed by all the
That doesn’t mean that 2014 hasn’t had some bad games so far. It also
had some of the very worst games ever released actually.
Here are some biggest disappointments of last year.
Developer: Aksys Game
Platform: Sony PlayStation 3
Magus is not an entertaining game. It suffers from repetitive gameplay,
bugs, glitches, and abhorrent visuals. Worse still, it’s expensive, with the
release currently commanding a laughable $24.99 price point on the
PlayStation Store. Put your time and money towards something better
Magus doesn't offer any stand out feature, which makes it difficult to get too
Platform: Nintendo Wii U
Sonic Boom Rise of Lyric is a real disappointment for Sonic fans. There is
basically nothing positive to say about this game. Sonic deserves much
better. It’s admirable that Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric tries so many new
things, but every path it follows is a dead end.
Simply put, Sonic Boom is one of the worst Sonic games in recent memory:
the concept is bland, the design is awful and the execution is incredibly
Developer: Bloober Tea
Platform: Sony PlayStation 4
Basement Crawl is a reasonably-priced, well-made game lacking the
features to make it a must-have. It simply doesn’t offer enough as a
multiplayer-only game to fully recommend as a purchase to anyone
other than folks who are dying for Bomberman on the PS4.
Developer : Project Soul
Platform : PS3
Release Date: February 6,2014
The swords aren’t the only things Bandai Namco lost while making this lousy
fighter. They also lost the point of SoulCalibur, one of the greatest fighting
franchises ever, by shamelessly converting it into a microtransaction-
heavy, free-to-play mess with massive load times and zero multiplayer.
Our souls are weeping.
Initial release date: February 21, 2014
Platforms: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft
The most dangerous man alive stars in the most depressing video game of
2014. Your mission? Shoot to kill, but don’t move, because this on-rails mess
forces you to awkwardly nudge a cursor around the screen to incessantly
blast anything with a pulse. No wonder Rambo is so angry.
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