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    GTA Trilogy Amongst Metacritic’s Worst Video games of 2021

    With 2021 coming to an in depth, evaluate aggregator Metacritic has launched its checklist of the worst reviewed video video games of the 12 months, which incorporates Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Version and Yuji Naka’s Balan Wonderworld.

    GTA Trilogy was fairly a humiliation for Rockstar Video games. The Grove Road Video games-developed title launched in a woeful state, prompting calls for for refunds. The trilogy was unavailable on Steam for what appeared like endlessly and the unique video games, which had been pulled from sale as soon as the bundle launched, had been restored. Many identified that Take-Two Interactive’s CEO Strauss Zelnick had lamented the state by which Cyberpunk 2077 launched, just for a Take-two title to finish up releasing in an identical state.

    Different video games gracing the checklist embrace eFootball – Konami’s new free-to-play sport that was launched in lieu of Professional Evolution Soccer, which has now been shelved for good.

    Try Metacritic’s checklist of 2021’s ten worst reviewed video games (through Video Video games Chronicle) under. Do observe that scores of multiplatform video games are averages that contemplate all platforms.

    1. EFootball 2022 (Multi) – 25
    2. Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood (PS4) – 42
    3. Balan Wonderworld (Multi) – 44
    4. Of Hen and Cage (PC) – 44
    5. Demon Pores and skin (PC) – 48
    6. PixelJunk Raiders (Stadia) – 49
    7. The Surprising Quest (Multi) – 49
    8. Taxi Chaos (Multi) – 51
    9. Akiba’s Journey: Hellbound & Debriefed (Multi) – 52
    10. Arkham Horror: Mom’s Embrace (Multi) – 53
    11. GTA: The Trilogy – Definitive Version (Multi) – 53
    12. Necromunda: Employed Gun (Multi) – 55

    [Source: Metacritic via VGC]

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