Worst Games of 2010
Tuesday, 30 November 2010 13:19
2010 is fading slowly but surely away and we are already getting ready for 2011. Before we head into another year of gaming we have to sum up 2010’s worst games. This is games that either sucked so hard it was an unpleasant experience playing it or it was a game we were looking forward to that did not live up to its expectations. Now remember, this is our opinion, you are free to have your own but this one is ours. Also if a game is left out of the picture that you feel deserved the title, it’s probably because we loved it or we didn’t play it. It’s that easy, enjoy.
Worst Games 2010:
Bloody Good Time:
The trailer looked funny but the game died quickly. We had so much beef with this game it’s not even funny. Yes it’s somewhat funny with friends but the single player mode is just share chaos. And all the guards just ruined the fun. A good idea but the product died too quickly.
Incredible Machine did it! This is it, it’s not a Little Big Planet rip—off as many seem to believe it is, it’s an Incredible Machine rip-off. And not a good one either, this one is for kids. The game should be called Solve and not Create, since all you do I solve puzzles and the creation part of the game really isn’t anything else then 10% of the game.
Hate us already. We didn’t like the game. It’s not a terrible game, it’s not horribly made, it looks good and it packs a story. But this is one of those games that you either hate or you love. We don’t hate Halo we just don’t like Halo. It’s that easy.
Water, water, water and more water. You run in water, swim in water, fight in water and you die in water, a lot. That’s all that this game is. How about we try and make a game were gamers have a fighting chance instead of all this….water. Yes we know, its called Hydrophobia, but come on... Thats too much water!
Oh this was fun, for 15 minutes, until we realized that what you see at the beginning is what you get throughout the entire game. A few different ways to kill of teddy bears is not enough to keep a game going. Naughty Bear 2 should be fun, if they dare make a new one. But Naughty Bear is just a slap in the face to all gamers.
Medal of Honor:
Another one of those that going to make some hate us and other love us. We did not enjoy MoH. We tried to, for hours and hours but we just couldn’t. Too much frustration! Respawning was total chaos, weapon damage was total chaos and the ranking was total chaos. The story was good, but way too short as it tends to be with all FPS games nowadays. How about this? We either make a long story mode, or we make a kick ass multiplayer mode. Better yet, both but hey we know you’re not miracle workers so we will satisfy with one of the above. MoH had none.
What’s to get? Why the hype? Yes its different but different isn’t always good. And that was the case when we got to try Limbo for the first time. It was fun for a few hours but then we started planning what to do the next day while gaming and that’s never a good sign…
Skating games was fun back in the Tony Hawk 1-2 days, now it’s all about making it as real as it gets, and that’s where Skate shined. With the release of Skate 1 they had us, with 2 they were losing us, and with 3 we got tired of it. The online part was fun we will give them that but the rest of the game is more headache then fun.
Sniper: Ghost Warrior:
Why would you call a game Sniper when you don’t just play as a sniper? If you had the choice to snipe and rush and attack we wouldn’t put it on our list, but when you have entire missions where sniping is no part of the mission the point is lost on us. What happened? Sniping in a game was fun in Sniper Elite, but this was just sad.
Transformers: War for Cybertron:
What happened? Why didn’t this game pull us in?? It’s about robots! We used to love robots back when we were …7. Oh that’s right, it’s been awhile. Maybe that’s why? No who are we kidding, the game packed nothing but shiny robots with shinier weapons…