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5 Most Overrated Games Ever

by Gaming Adicts

Millions of people all over the world have played video games for decades, immersing themselves in virtual worlds and completing difficult tasks. But not every game lives up to its hype. In this article, we’ll look at some of the most overrated games of all time and try to figure out why they didn’t live up to the hype and why so many players were let down by them. We’ll talk about a wide range of games that didn’t quite live up to the hype, from big-budget games to small-scale games.

So, whether you’re a serious gamer or just like to play occasionally, this article will help you know which games to avoid in the future.

  1. Final Fantasy 7

The buzz surrounding Squaresoft’s first game for “next-generation” consoles was through the roof. There were a lot of ads on TV for a Japanese RPG, which was strange in 1997. It had polygonal graphics, backgrounds that were drawn, and an epic story. Sadly, it wasn’t all that great, especially when compared to Final Fantasy 6.

Everyone remembers how they felt when Aerith died, but no one thinks about the strange plot and almost incomprehensible twist that Cloud isn’t a real person. Throw in Barrett, a walking racial stereotype, boring battles with no strategy, and wildly different levels of difficulty, and you have my pick for the most overrated game of all time.

  1. Black & White

Peter Molyneux is known for overselling his games before they come out, and Black & White is the game that best shows this. When it came out in 2001, critics liked his update on the “god game” genre, but the more time you spent with it, the more you saw how shallow and broken it was.

In practice, the much-touted ability to change your creature’s personality through a real psychological model barely worked, and the game’s controls were so hard to use that a mouse or two were broken.

  1. Grand Theft Auto IV

The best parts of the GTA games are the parts where you don’t have to follow a story. In these parts, you can run around the city like a crazy person and enjoy the chaos you cause. So, what does Rockstar do with the long-awaited fourth game in the series? Spend all their time on a sad story about immigrants and take all the fun out of how the game works.

Because driving was hard, the city was boring, and there wasn’t as much to do, I just wanted to play San Andreas again.

  1. Legend Of Zelda: Twilight Princess

People were so happy to get a new Zelda game for the Wii that didn’t star Toon Link with a big head that they even liked this one, even though it wasn’t very good.

Link’s ability to change into a werewolf didn’t change anything about the game, and the dungeons didn’t stand out in any way. When you add in the weak graphics of the console, you get a C-grade Zelda game that Metacritic says is better than any other game in the series.

  1. God Of War

People often think that beat-em-ups don’t have much depth, but games like Devil May Cry and God Hand show that this isn’t true. The reason for this is games like Sony’s God of War, which got a lot of hype but had some of the most simplistic button-mashing combat, sex scenes, and huge bosses seen in a video game. The first game is a good example of how a lot of money spent on making a game doesn’t make it fun to play.

In conclusion, video games can be a great way to have fun and pass the time, but not every game lives up to the hype. The games in this article are just a few examples of ones that didn’t live up to their promises and left players frustrated and disappointed. These overrated games have left a lasting impression on the gaming community, whether it’s because they have bad gameplay, don’t do anything new, or don’t live up to the hype. It’s important to remember that just because a game gets good reviews or has a big marketing budget doesn’t mean it will be fun to play. Before you buy your next game, make sure to do some research and read reviews from more than one source.

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