2015 was a year of stellar video game releases, from Bloodborne to Tales from the Borderlands.
But it was also a year of big disappointments. Even some of the best games of the year managed, somehow, to also feel like letdowns. Rather than necessarily being bad, these games simply didn’t live up to the hype, or missed the mark because of some design decision or change from earlier titles in a franchise.
Here are the most disappointing video games of 2015.
15. Mario Party 10
14. Evolve / Asymmetrical Shooters
13. Halo 5: Guardians
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>2015 was a year of stellar video game releases, from Bloodborne to Tales from the Borderlands.
>to Tales from the Borderlands
Well the rest is fine.
So, how was chico able to stand in the helicopter when they removed the bomb from Paz...I thought the Omega guys put bolts in his ankles to prevent him from standing/walking/running?
What have you bought during the sale so far?
i'll scrounge a few more steampennies selling cards and buy shit. the deals are all the same price until the event ends, right? no daily changes or flash deals. so there's no rush
Why does it feel like it removed more stuff from NV than it added?
Can't really compare it to NV, different dev team alltogether with a different design philosophy
So I beat the vanilla campaign of DD, when does the wind begin to push me?
That's actually pretty damn neat.
After I tackle BBI I might start a hard mode playthrough. Or should I scrap this one and do a hard play-through, then BBI?
So does your pawn wake up as you when you an hero?
Who would you main in an MGS fighting game?
Why does /v/ always lose?
The most bothersome shit about FO4 is how much my role has NO IMPACT in the story.
In Skyrim, I am able to create a temporary truce between all factions for the sake of the Dragonborn. In New Vegas, I can ally a minor faction like the BoS with major factions like the NCR.
Here, none of that happens. Like, I am the head of the Institute while running dozens of settlements across the Commonwealth. Why can't I use both my Institute and Minutemen powers to negotiate an agreement to install Synths into my settlements? Why can't I turn the Institute into a...
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Which dangan would you ronpa?
Thoughts on Muramasa?
Vanillaware are god tier
Good game, but incredibly cheeseable
It got to the point where actually playing was too much of a chore, so I used 3 swords with the sonic spin attack move, and just spammed their special that lasts 20 seconds and gives you complete invincibility.
You just use that attack until the sword breaks, then use the second sword's slightly less powerful version until it breaks, then use the third sword's base weak version until it breaks, and then switch back to the first one.
Racks up 999 hit combos by pressing the same button 5 times.
Its worth a play if you liked Odin Sphere and Dragon's Crown and can find the Rebirth version because it's one of the cases where the DLC is better than the original game.
anyone on steam play borderlands 1 and have the achievment "And they'll tell two friends." if so add me Steam: Gablin
Ill be dumping some game wp's if anyone is willing to help. trying to get all achievments
What series do you feel the most sentimental towards?--like you grew up with it and can associate each new game with different parts of your life. Most importantly, you'll always check out a new entry no matter how far it has fallen.
Like a lot of people, I would say Mario even though I haven't even played them all (New Super marios bros 2, 3d Land, etc). I've definitely been disappointed at times but a new mainline Mario game is always something i'll be excited about.
I was born in 86 and I have a few.
Zelda, Mario, Doom/Quake.
I still hold a torch for earthbound and metal gear solid though. That shit was extremely informative to my youth. I didnt have parents for the most part, so Earthbound was my childhood and the metal gear series formed my early teens.
What does /v/ think of Uncharted?
How would you rank the games?
I've honestly only played the first 2
The first one was a good, if a tad unpolished adventure game 7/10
The second one was pretty great, and the MP was good fun 8/10 BUT being able to play a skeleton in MP bumps it to 9/10 for me.
What does /v/ think of Ace Attourney? Im thinking about picking it up since I've heard good things. Which ones should I play, if any?
Is pretty good, it mostly improves in quality story-wise after each game, although there is one early on in the series that is nearly dogshit with its episodes but I don't remember which.
Start from the beginning since you can play it on emulator anyway. You can play all the way up to Dual Destinies which you rip for free if you have a jailbroken iOS device, dunno about Android or Windows phones.
The game is definitely worth it, it's got some pretty tough "gameplay" if you can call it that.
Ye sure, expect extra comfiness when you reach the one in the series with this guy, that's the second best one in the GBA line (if I'm not mistaken) in my opinion.
the best AA is the one that introduces best waifu aka Trucy
>Kojima partnering with Sony, working on new IP for PS4 and PC
What will his new game (franchise) be like?
what do you want it to be?