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Top 10 Most Disappointing Games of the DECADE (2010-2019)

Top 10 Most Disappointing Games of the DECADE (2010-2019)


Oh boy, here we go. Last time, we looked at a full decade of gaming
to highlight the best titles of the 2010’s, but today we’re going to count down the
opposite side of the spectrum. Now here’s the deal – if someone disagrees
with your choices, it’s easy to claim your favorites as simply your opinion, but when
you say that a game is among the “worst” out there, it can feel personal, like a knife
right to the heart. So in preparation for this video, I thought
I’d make a public poll and rank the worst of the decade based on the top 20 suggestions
from my Twitter followers, but I discovered that even that can be controversial. People were livid that Kingdom Hearts 3 and
Skyward Sword were even on the list at all, despite their heavy criticism. And you know what, I sort of agree – you can’t
really put games like that next to unplayable messes such Ride to Hell: Retribution, they
are in completely different ballparks – so I decided we need a new angle. Instead of the objectively worst experiences
of the 2010’s, today let’s take a look at the 10 Most Disappointing Titles of the
last 10 years. There are probably hundreds, maybe thousands
of absolutely atrocious games that could be considered the worst, but no one has played,
and that wouldn’t make for as interesting of a list anyway. This way, I’m more or less looking at these
entries from the view of public perception, and why they failed to deliver on the hype
people had for them. I guess what I’m trying to say is ‘Don’t
kill me, please. Blame the #angrygamersquad’. Alright, let’s get started. No Man’s Sky promised a gaming feat we’d
never seen before. Space exploration across 18 quintillion planets
where each one will be uniquely different than the last. Journey with friends, fight against enemy
factions, discover thousands of animal species – it all seemed too good to be true. Well, that’s because it was. After not releasing early review copies to
news outlets, fans discovered the game simply wasn’t finished – while there are virtually
infinite worlds to discover, they all felt redundant after just a handful, and yes while
it is technically online with other people, the chance of running into them was next to
impossible. This was a statistical marvel to be sure,
but wrapped up in a tiresome and repetitive package. But, thankfully, that’s not the end of the
story – to No Man’s Sky’s credit, the team stuck with it and ironed out all the
kinks over the next couple years, releasing the Beyond update in mid 2019, which was widely
praised as finally reaching their initial sales pitch. It may have been too late for some, but it’s
probably the best case scenario for any game on this list, which is why it only landed
at the #10 spot. It took 14 years in development for people
to finally play Duke Nukem Forever. While it was originally announced by 3D Realms
in 1997, it faced numerous delays and game engine changes before the company was unfortunately
downsized in 2009, leading to a lawsuit with Take Two Interactive, and Gearbox picking
up the slack to finish the now notorious project. And after all that lead up and hype, what
did we finally receive? A game that was clearly made for the 90’s
market – who would’ve thought? Jokes were juvenile at best and offensive
at worst – you could pick up your own poop for some god forsaken reason. But on top of all this it had clunky controls,
an abundance of glitches and downgraded mechanics from previous Duke Nukem entries. Players were flabbergasted as to how this
could happen after waiting so long. This game holds the world record for lengthiest
development cycle, and the result is living proof that time in the oven does not equal
quality. After the deep and captivating world of the
Dragon Age series, fans were ready for whatever new IP Bioware was working on next – unfortunately
that just happened to be a bland loot shooter marred by scrapped development ideas and too
many microtransactions. Anthem was just as forgettable as it was unfinished,
and for a game attempting to foster a large post-launch community it had laughably poor
endgame content. The Frostbite engine, as beautiful as it looks,
does not fit every type of game style, and EA seemed to bite off more than they could
chew with this title – it ended up as little more than a snoozefest. While it seems to have grandiose revisions
in the works, it’s hard to forget that it launched with game crashing bugs, some that
even bricked entire consoles. Anthem’s legacy may be that it felt uninspired,
but it’s also just the latest victim of bad AAA business practices when left unchecked. Animal Crossing is a widely loved series about
adorable creatures and life simulation. After New Leaf released in 2012, players could
not wait for the next entry to return to home consoles! That’s why Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival
was such a colossal letdown. If you took Mario Party and removed all the
minigames, as well as any strategy for winning, you’d have Amiibo Festival. Players walk around a board and watch cutscenes
while they gain happy points until someone is declared the victor – that is basically
the whole game. This is easily the most boring experience
on this list, and really is the entry that least resembles an actual video game at all. As the second mediocre Animal Crossing spin-off
game to release in the same year, it’s clear that this was a just quick cash grab created as
an attempt to sell more amiibo – you’re required to have one if you want to play the
game at all, so good luck if you bought it secondhand. But it looks like gamers weren’t fooled
by this facade, it only sold 26,000 copies in Japan! That is incredible. The second Bioware game to make the list,
ouch, Mass Effect: Andromeda was highly anticipated at launch. People were ready to jump back into that world
and explore the galaxy, but instead were met with this. And this. The majority of Andromeda’s issues all stem
from lack of polish, it appeared to be rushed out the door before given adequate time to
improve – yet again EA forcing restrictions on development led to horror stories from
the team and directors quitting left and right. The poor animation crew was drastically understaffed,
leading to goofy memes and a myriad of glitches quickly spreading across the internet, but
the lack of adding anything new or interesting to the franchise was the final nail in the
coffin. Some stand by its quality in some areas, and
while its vast poor reception may not be entirely warranted, Andromeda is an important reminder
of what happens when a secondary team meets massive deadline crunch and runs into numerous
problems and staff changes along the way. You could make the argument that Sonic Boom:
Rise of Lyric wasn’t expected to blow anyone’s socks off, but in retrospect I think it’s
easy to say that it’s the Sonic ‘06 of this decade, or possibly even worse. At least that Sonic was fun in a “so bad
it’s good” way, this is just so unbelievably generic and slow that it hardly feels like
it belongs in the series at all. Boring puzzles, lethargic combat and extremely
annoying characters that never shut up are everywhere in this title, you’ll feel like
banging your head against the wall, but that’s to say nothing about the insanely terrible
framerate and overall jankiness – it feels like a cart that’s barely hanging on by
a single bolt and could fall apart at any moment. It’s pretty impressive that a game could
ship with such low quality and be so unremarkable at the same time, to put it in the immortal
words of Barry Kramer: “It’s just, it’s just…I don’t know…this game costs $60”. But hey, at least we got a half decent cartoon
out of it? That’s something… Ah, the game that ruined one of my favorite
franchises. Sticker Star was the first and only handheld
Paper Mario game but that’s not why it’s so heavily panned. This began the tradition of trading creative
and original characters for the most basic Mario enemies and no charm or uniqueness at
all. But even worse they stripped any mechanical
depth the original games had and instead replaced it with a simple sticker system where each
attack has a one time use. Combined with the fact that experience points
were removed completely, this led to logically having no reason to want to battle at all
– it made more sense to avoid everything and stock up your best attacks for required fights. Super Paper Mario was controversial, but looks
like a masterpiece in comparison. These and many other head-scratching changes
left us with an empty husk of what Paper Mario used to be, and it has yet to recover since. Star Wars Battlefront 2 may have one of the
worst launches I’ve ever seen – and it didn’t have anything to do with the gameplay or graphics. Instead it was because of all the ludicrous
design decisions in terms of pay-to-win loot boxes. Unlike Overwatch and numerous other titles
reserving microtransactions for cosmetic-only goodies, Battlefront 2 gave tangible in-game
rewards and benefits to those that shelled out the cash – and gamers were not happy. After public outcry, DICE vowed to remove
them – except it was only for a limited time. And when it was calculated that it would take
an insane amount of time or money to unlock everyone’s favorite characters, they lowered
the requirements – while also lowering the reward for beating the campaign at the same
time, making that original goodwill adjustment meaningless! It was poor choice after poor choice, and
felt like the peak of EA testing the waters of just how much they could take advantage
of a franchise’s loving fanbase without getting caught. If Shovel Knight was the perfect example of
how a Kickstarter game can succeed, Mighty No. 9 is the exact opposite, and is a huge
reason some people are weary of the crowdfunding method entirely. On paper, this looked to be an incredible
spiritual successor to Mega Man, with the original creator, Keiji Inafune, leading the
charge, and after a massively overfunded campaign, hopes were high! But Mighty No. 9’s development story was
comically bad to put it nicely. Not only did they start a secondary kickstarter
to finish the rest of the content, and start 2 more campaigns for other projects before
finishing this first title, but the delays seemed to be never-ending, even after promising
it wouldn’t happen again. They also released a demo as an apology to
fans, which was ironically delayed itself. When the game finally hit the market with
pizza explosions, glaring technical issues and baffling gameplay, Inafune responded to
the criticism with “it’s better than nothing”. Holy crap, that is amazing. We both know why you’re here, and that’s to talk about…the next Fallout. *cheers* Surely some people will disagree with a few
of the entries on this list, but from what I’ve found through polls, conversations
and general research, there’s something we can all agree on – Fallout 76 is easily
the most disappointing and downright busted game of the entire decade. Bethesda has always been known for releasing
games with janky glitches and unintentional exploits, but people used to write them off
because the experiences were still worth playing, saying “that’s just how Bethesda do”. But Fallout 76, which seemed to be a promising
idea of bringing their post-apocalyptic wasteland into an MMO setting, has failed to deliver
in almost every single aspect. Glitches, disconnections and crashes are not
just common, but expected and happen often. They dropped the price by $20 one week post-launch,
right after the early adopters would have already paid the full amount. It feels like it wasn’t just released prematurely
– no much worse, this was a deceptive and manipulative attempt at getting as much money
as possible from their diehard fans. Unlike most games on this countdown, this
one is still broken to this day, and it seems like they dug their grave even deeper recently
by offering a premium subscription at $12.99 a month for access to private servers, which
ended up being just as horrendous and in some cases worse than the base game. It will take a long time before Bethesda is
ever given grace again – in fact, for the foreseeable future, I’m not sure they will
ever regain their position of power they once had, and it’s mind-boggling to see such
a fall from grace come from a company that was so influential. Whew, that was definitely something. For every fantastic experience this decade
had to offer, there were some really crummy ones too. What were the most disappointing games from
the 2010’s to you? Why did they fail in your eyes, and what left
such a bad taste in your mouth? Tell me in the comments below, and let’s
talk about it. In a lot of ways I feel bad for most of these
entries, without a doubt they had countless members on their team that were great designers
with such high hopes for their projects. Sometimes your hands are tied when it comes
to big businesses and decisions that have to be made that are out of your control – and
to a lot of their credit, many of these games have since been patched multiple times and
are actually decent now. I think a lot of the disappointment can be
attributed to the gaming community and unrealistic hype, but I hope that in the future we’ll
see more understanding on both sides – better working conditions for developers, but realizing
they’re people too and tempering our expectations as players. Either way it’s important to reflect on
both the good and the bad of the industry so we have no excuse but to improve for the
next decade. Thanks for watching, I’ll see you guys next
time, stay frosty my friends! That’s enough about bad games, eh? Let’s talk about the good stuff! I’m pleasantly surprised by the positive
reception on the last video, especially hearing all of the great memories people had while
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Comments (100)

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  2. I feel like it would’ve been more fair if you mentioned the massive improvements Battlefront 2 has made.

  3. Tony Hawks Pro Skater hurt my insides

  4. 9:03
    > Ludacris
    > Loot-a-cris

    Nice.

  5. Mass effect andrometa is the last game I bought on day 1. Wont make that mistake again

  6. Why wasn't Star Citizen on the list?

  7. Being a big fan of battlefront 2. The game itself wasn’t disappointing but the loot boxes were but my god the game has made a comeback. If you have it and haven’t played it in a while give it another shot.

  8. Isn't the Diablo -game supposed to be the number one star of the decade? Or is this some kind of an out-of-season april fools joke?

  9. all them young niggas who was born this decade ain’t finna experience what we experienced ???????‍♂️

  10. Kingdom Hearts III should be on this list.

  11. I was most disappointed with Final Fantasy XV personally.

    I waited ten years for it then it was released unfinished and Square Enix tried to fix that with paid DLC.

    That and it was just blegh, the story really felt lacking for a Final Fantasy, the combat basically just had you holding the attack and dodge buttons.

  12. Duke nukem was a bad game but it wasn’t offensive.

  13. Unlike? Well I have to admit that Blizzard succeeded in implating the lootbox normalization into heads of people. I genuinely feel sorry for you, man.

  14. You're telling us to temper our expectations while companies are spending more money on advertising and cutting corners than ever. The gaming industry is still young. Nintendo and Sony both typically hold high standards for games they themselves develop (don't have Xbox this gen so can't judge). Typically their games live up to the hype. It's the publishers like EA, Bethesda, and Activision that have stopped caring on delivering quality on all of their games.
    For example- Capcom had a streak of crappy rushed games before they started to put care and polish in their games again kicking off with Resident Evil 7's successful unique approach to revitalize a tired franchise all the way to the RE2 complete overhaul remaster being universally praised.

  15. As much as I like bashing MN9 (60$ and never got the rewards), the comment "Better than nothing" wasn't made by Keiji Inafune, but by the translator for that stream, Ben Judd.

  16. Star wars battlefront 2 is my loki my fav game the ea shit did upset me but that doesnt mean it was a bad game and now they got rid of all of that, its honestly a very good game now. It had the best comeback of all time

  17. Starbound at launch was pretty boring…

  18. How about Bethesda gets Obsidian to make another Fallout? Obsidian isn’t obsessed with downgrading every title and actually try to keep things up to date and fixed.

  19. Anthem did have potential but it completely missed the mark

  20. For me the most disappointing game of the decade and of all time is breath of the wild. It was just boring for me.

  21. Lmao i almost thought minecraft was part of the main video XD

  22. Why is Fortnite not here? That game is garbage

  23. Why isn’t Death Stranding on this list. The metacritic user score is 5.5

  24. Good list and every big name game that was on here deserved to be…although I would have had Battlefront 2 at #1.

    This isn't a two-way street though. I mean yeah we as consumers should realize (especially by now) how greedy these fuckers and how little they care about their customer base, but the only way I'll agree with that statement is by saying we shouldn't be buying their games. EA, Bethseda, Bioware, all have proved they don't care about us and buying their shit only enables them more to pull this garbage on us. Everytime they do something like this they should suffer the consequences, monetarily. But most consumers are dumb I guess though and will buy their shit anyways so…guess we deserve it.

  25. Kingdom Hearts 3
    It is not bad game, but after so many good games before it, hype was pretty high and the game I got was not up to standard. It was too short, poor in variation and did not contain that many great bosses overall. But the biggest thing that truly made it really disappointing, was the way grand finale was executed and how story ended (for Dark Seeker saga).

  26. Fallout 76 hit me really hard. Ever since Fallout New Vegas, I had been talking with a friend of mine about how much we would LOVE if there was a Fallout game we could play together. We always talked about how much we loved the series, and wanted nothing more than to be able to jump in to a world together and play in the Wasteland side by side.

    When 76 was announced we were both ecstatic but upon finally getting it, and then finally playing it… it just felt like a big FU to the both of us.

  27. Where is "Hunt Down The Freeman"?

  28. Didn’t no man’s sky’s developers had the flooding in their dev place which resulted in them losing their most of their work ?

  29. Kingdom come deliverance teached me a good life lesson. I'll never pre-order a videogame again in my life.

  30. U forgot sword and shield.

  31. I was going to say FFXIII but one Game crossed my mind just when I was going to write:

    Pokémon mystery dungeon: gates to infinity

    After the underrated Explorers of the Sky, a Pokémon game with one of the most emotional stories that you never Saw It coming from a franchise called Pokémon, this first Game for the NDS was… Dissapointing. Butchered features from previous games, generic graphics, lame Story… I can't find any point that makes this Game exceed his predecesors… So sad.

  32. ugh…. just stop making videos. your opinion is awful…. just play candy crush you n00b

  33. I'm expecting Sticker Star to be #1 here.

  34. Y’all remember Evolve?

  35. I was a bit sad to see paper Mario sticker star on here. But I know it’s a far cry from the thousand year door. I would pay top dollar if they would “remaster” the thousand year door. I miss when the toads actually looked different instead of all looking the same. Wish they would bring badges and FP back in the games instead of single use stickers or stickers requiring paint to use. Nonetheless the game still has some charm

  36. Minecraft servers are saturated. So many mc servers with virtually no players on them.

  37. Red Dead 2. Other than great graphics and voice acting, which is to be expected by Rockstar, it learned nothing from it's competition. No branching paths, no dialogue options, piss poor fast travel options, no incentive to upgrade guns/horses, terrible combat (good luck without the slow-mo!). Very very disappointing. Most of my friends who LOVED the first one sold the 2nd within a couple weeks, they all agreed.

  38. I don’t disagree with your list, and it did have a rough start, but I really like battlefront 2 (atleast it’s current form) I find it very fun.

  39. Don’t mind me. Just come to laugh at fallout 76 and then I’ll be on my way.

  40. 13:25 are you kidding me!? Inrealistic hype!? So not delivering their promises, no delivering the produc they sold, not givimg all the content and LYING to their customers over the Game and shady refunds practices, and many other things and you are blaming gamers? Damn, i came to this channel by youtube algoritm and i can tell you im not coming back. Cya bro!

  41. As someone who loves fo1, 2 and nv, Outer Worlds was really disappointing to me. Bland world and enemies. Shallow characters and companions. Meaningless choices. Little room for player expression. Uninteresting leveling and progression. New Vegas had all that in spades on no development time or budget so I thought Outer Worlds would be amazing. Maybe Black Isle/Obsidian set the bar too high for themselves.

  42. I'm kind of conflicted on where to put Detroit: Become Human. On one hand, you have a Tell-Tale inspired game with fun and lovable characters, good graphics, and gameplay. On the other however you have bad story, poorly thought out plot and awkward dialogues. I'm conflicted on where the game should go, even though I enjoyed it.

  43. Sonic boom was definitely disappointing after sonic colors and sonic generations being great this game took the franchise back down to 06 🙁

  44. I loved sticker star but that’s probably nostalgia glasses since my parents bought it for me after I had an operation when I was 9 and I was left unable to walk without pain for over a week along with other negatives so it was all I had for fun

  45. Artifact should get a honorable mention at least

  46. You mentioned how No Man's Sky came back but not Battlefront 2? I'd argue Battlefront 2's comeback is way more impressive.

  47. Andromeda was atrocious and I'm not sure I had fun playing it.

  48. 10: No Man's Sky isn't disappointing anymore.
    9: Decent game that gets too much crap for not being amazing.
    8: This one is fair.
    7: I don't know anything about Animal Crossing.
    6: Should be #1.
    5: You can't be disappointing if nobody expects you to not suck.
    4: Shrug.
    3: Yep.
    2: I stand by this game being fine. It's better Mega Man X6 and beyond that's for sure.
    1: Okay fine this is #1.

  49. Background music reminiscent of Nujabes

  50. Older game but has anyone played Jericho? If you haven't then don't ? the only game i own in my 360 stack that i wouldn't care if it wasn't there haha. Bought it because of chris jericho and a lil bit of the bubbly ?

  51. "Jokes were juvenile at best and offensive at worst"

    … it's a Duke Nukem game. What would you expect?

  52. Why are sword and shield not on here

  53. No Man's Sky was not online at launch. It wasn't "unlikely" that you would ever run into anybody, it was down right impossible.

  54. I feel like the Watch Dogs 1 belong here. Personally I enjoyed it, but everyone were so anticipated about it and it was delayed so many times that in the end we got a game that was heavily downgraded from it’s trailers.

  55. Didn't no man's sky launch without multiplayer at all?

  56. They removed the micro transactions completely, and all the loot box stuff, so its only cosmetics now, the game is actually really fun now

  57. Well.. "Worst" or "Most disappointing"?
    It's not really the same.
    Great choice of games, btw.

  58. Why didn’t you mention Battlefront 2’s comeback akin to No Mans Sky’s. With tons of free updates and content (maps, blasters, heros, etc.)? The game is much better now than it was at launch

  59. Amazing Spiderman by Beenox on the PS4 was an $80 game. That was by far the shittiest PS4 game. By far. Fuck Beenox.

  60. Kingdom hearts 3 was bad though. So was Skyward Sword. Fight me.

  61. This decade was pretty shitty these games represent it quite nicely

  62. 76 should take up the bottom 5 entirely

  63. Soooooooo I notice that most of these are from the last 5 years especially. Gaming get your act together!

  64. Ima have to slap that dislike button because Mario kart tour isn’t on this list

  65. What about Metal Gear Sur…oh, disappointing. I guess it can't be disappointing if no one wanted it.

  66. I would like to put dead space 3 on this list, it was very disappointing

  67. Where’s cod infinite warfare?

  68. Kingdom hearts 3 's ending is an objective abomination

  69. Surprised watch dogs wasn’t here

  70. Fallout 4 was my most disappointing game. I expected 76 to be dogshit.

  71. Dude that ark son off about pirates I forget the name of it dropped about a year ago now it was glaring to be so good but much like ark it was a buggy mess

  72. I'm not sure No Man's Sky deserves to be on there

  73. Title says decade.More than Half of the game on the list are from ~ 5 years ago or less

  74. I feel like the only one who enjoyed Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival

  75. U think we have nowhere to go but up but once they kick off this streaming games shit you'll see how ugly this shit get

  76. Where is state of decay 2

  77. I actually enjoyed Mighty No. 9 to 80%. Except from some bad game design choices, it felt decent and I have nothing agaist the "cheap" art style. I gotta admit tho, that it was frustrating to get the game delayed over and over again and I agree that the final product does not equal the amount of money they had

  78. What were the most disappointing games of the 2010's?

    10. Fallout 76
    9. Fallout 76
    8. Fallout 76
    7. Fallout 76
    6. Fallout 76
    5. Fallout 76
    4. Fallout 76
    3. Fallout 76
    2. Fallout 76
    1. Whatever Bethesda comes out with next

  79. Banjo & kazooie: nuts and bolts…I even preordered it 🙁

  80. Just a reminder to not blame EA for the whole Anthem fiasco. Bioware is also very, VERY responsible for the reason the game failed through their development enviroment and overall actions, they led themselves into their hole in this situation. Dig more info on the matter. EA may be bad, but they aren't really the villains of the story, for once.

  81. I played sonic forces for 45 minutes and stopped

  82. Wonder if ds2 is in this

  83. I still can’t understand how the the FIRST event mission in Fallout 76 was broken. Day one. How is that actually possible?

  84. GTA V was most disappointing game of this generation of consoles

  85. wow animeistrash aka yroken music suprised me

  86. Surprised Metroid Other M isn't here.

  87. W..what..huh I thought this video would have more games on the list…

  88. All good points but Star Wars battlefront has come a long way from that start and I just don't want people to run away from it because it is a fantastic game now

  89. Weirdly KH3 didn’t make this video lol. Was hyped up this entire decade just to suck

  90. I actually found fallout 76 fine. the bugs were never nearly as bad as people made them out to be, the gimmick of finding cryptids was fun, as was the photo mode, and there was no story so they had to rely on ENVIRONMENTAL STORYTELLING instead which bethesda are actually good at. its not terribly inspired but like. its bethesda

  91. Pokémon sword and shield are shit

  92. The most disappointing game of the decade for me is easily Metal Gear Solid 5, was supposed to be the final missing link but it didn't feel like that at all

  93. I’m so disappointed for no mans sky. Even the beyond update has lots of glitches and there are glitches which sometimes stop you from making it to the online portion. Very sad 🙁

  94. The division, watchdogs and halo 4 were all fairly hefty disappointments. I remember the hype for the division especially lasting like 2 years after e3 initial announcement. Halo 4 to me, signified the death of the series, with Bungie out and 343 in they made some extremely questionable storytelling decisions

  95. Fallout 76 is the worst videogame ever; not because it's a shit, but because it ruined the best saga ever created

  96. Saw this vid and I was just like
    "yeah fallout 76 is definitely gonna be here"

    and I was right
    the best one in /my opinion/ is fallout 4, followed by new vegas and 3

  97. I almost lost it when I saw dragon age inquisition ? u had me there buddy

  98. Before watching, NMS & KH3 better be here.

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