2017’s Most Disappointing Video Games

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Ewan Hollander

Just sharing things that interest me in the hopes that they interest others as well

2017 can be considered a rather weird year for video games. We saw releases from both sides of the good/bad spectrum. In some respects, 2017 was a fantastic year for video games. Some of the best games of the year really pushed the envelope in what could be enhanced graphically or from a story telling perspective. Others really improved on their core game play and were just really fun. Games like Super Mario Odyssey, Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Tekken 7, Cuphead, P.U.B.G. and Horizon Zero Dawn were all beacons of light in their respective genre. They were all fresh, fun, engaging and exciting.

On the other hand, some of the most anticipated games of 2017 turned out to be complete duds. From repetitive game-play, over use of loot boxes and in-app purchases, little to no enhancements to sequels and terrible story telling, its safe to say that 2017 had it’s fair share of terrible games. Even though the video games on this list span multiple genre and audiences, they all demonstrate a very clear thing. The developers had a severe lack of understanding when it comes to knowing what their audience actually wanted. It is safe to say that in 2017, developers continued to churn out bad ideas and even worse games.

Most disappointing videos games of 2017 as voted for by you

Some names added to this list might cause controversy, but they’re in here for a reason. Whether it be because they failed to live up to expectations, or because they disappoint at every turn, ultimately, they were voted to be here. Without further adieu, here are 2017’s most disappointing video games as voted by you powered by Ranker.

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Ewan Hollander

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