The life of a player is not always easy. Sometimes you wait years for a specific title, only to find that the game really doesn’t do anything to you. Sometimes a game doesn’t live up to the hype, sometimes a sequel doesn’t live up to its predecessor’s level, and sometimes a game is just really bad. Today, the men take a look at their most disappointing matches of 2020. Because also in terms of play, 2020 has sometimes been quite disappointing.
Expected 8 years
2020 was the year Cyberpunk 2077 was officially playable for anyone with a PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Stadia, and PC. But whether you can truly call it playable is another question. So I make the game qualitatively very different per platform. The game can be played very well on a powerful PC, the game also works very well on Stadia. It is mainly the consoles that are struggling. Especially the PS4 and the Xbox One. And since the largest percentage of console gamers are still playing on a slightly older console. Was the disappointment big enough when the game had a really tough time on these consoles. But the game would also have ended up among the most disappointing games from Gamekings publishers in 2020.
A mistake in the story?
There are games that are about their gameplay and games that are all about the story. And sometimes games that mostly revolve around their story sometimes make a choice that not everyone likes. In particular, there was one game in 2020 that received a lot of criticism for its story and while I’m not going to flush the name, I can give a little hint: I’ll never wave again in my life. What would be the most disappointing games of 2020, according to the Gamekings editorial team?
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