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We understand your plight: you saved up for months to buy Uncharted 4 and/or Overwatch and or/DOOM and now you're flat broke. You've wrapped up Nathan Drake's story and enjoy your nightly matches with your friends, but what about the rest of the time? If you're looking for another game or three to sink some time into but don't have any cash to drop, we've got you covered. Here are the best and most loved games on each gaming platform--minus Wii U, which has no free-to-start titles--that you can get for nothing.

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The list is not comprehensive, but represents the most visible examples of games principally recognized for their enduring negative reception, or in the case of titles such as Final Fantasy XIV and No Man's Sky, at their original launch before they were reworked with content updates through patches. The list mostly omits licensed tie-in games for films or television shows, which are generally accepted by the industry as shovelware and not expected to have high production values as they are typically produced by non-AAA development studios. With certain exceptions, this list also omits controversial video games whose negative reception revolves around the controversies they started and is not related to the quality of the game itself, including those that were subject to review bombing by users for non-gameplay related issues. For similar reasons, the list mostly omits indie games, which are developed by smaller teams that typically lack the ability for full quality control of their product, as well as mobile games, of which there are countless developers with the ability to self-publish on app stores and frequent copycats of more successful games driven by unpopular microtransactions.

Plumbers Don't Wear Ties was released in 1993 for MS-DOS with a limited number of copies, along with the 3DO Interactive Multiplayer version one year later.[53] It was advertised as being an interactive, full motion video game; however, beside an opening cutscene, the game's story is presented through static images.[54] The game received negative attention focused on its "surreal" and "sexist" storyline, and poor voice acting.[54] Uproxx's Dan Seitz compared Plumbers Don't Wear Ties to a "Skinemax" movie, and felt that its constant use of still images was the "single saddest attempt to simulate a dream sequence ever".[54] IGN felt that Plumbers Don't Wear Ties was "a symbol for everything that was wrong" with the 3DO's looser licensing program in comparison to the other major consoles (which required publishers to pay a $3 fee per disc), noting that it helped to attract smaller studios whose games "served to strengthen the perception that 3DO's library was riddled with crap," and cited the game as one of the primary reasons for the commercial failure of the 3DO game system.[55] PC Gamer dubbed Plumbers Don't Wear Ties a "shallow, hateful waste of a game, [that] may very well be responsible for having killed the 3DO, interactive fiction, and the whale", naming it number one on its "Must NOT Buy" list in May 2007.[56] A re-release of the game by Limited Run Games for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Microsoft Windows was announced at E3 2021.[57] It is slated to be released in 2022.[58]

Retrospective reviews of the game, however, have been negative, with the game facing criticism for unresponsive controls and the animation of closing doors. IGN, while claiming that Hotel Mario was better than the Zelda CD-i games, slammed the game for being "dull", stating that there was "no reason" for anyone to play it.[69] GamesRadar referred to Hotel Mario as "craptastic" and named it the 48th worst game of all time,[70][71] while The Guardian called Hotel Mario a "horrible attempt to cash in on the full-motion-video capabilities of the useless CD-i console".[72] Eurogamer claimed the game to be "little more than a really rubbish version of Elevator Action".[73] The game's cutscenes have been subject to much ridicule; IGN compared their quality to that of Microsoft Paint.[69]

Jolt Online Gaming gave Lula 3D a 1.8 out of 10 for making "every mistake that can possibly be made by the designers of a 3D adventure", criticizing its poorly-implemented controls and camera, tedious gameplay involving "mooching around listening to Lula's terribly voiced and poorly translated descriptions of everything around you, while collecting everything you can lay your hands on", and voice actors compared to people auditioning to be a phone sex operator. In conclusion, Jolt felt that "if you like good games, Lula 3D isn't for you. If you like sexual humour, Lula 3D isn't for you. If you have no qualms about pulling yourself off at the sight of dreadfully rendered computer characters shagging, then you need to check yourself in at your local therapy centre."[148]

Dungeon Keeper is a freemium MMO strategy video game developed by Mythic Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts for the iOS and Android platforms. It was intended to serve as a reboot of the Dungeon Keeper series directed and designed by Peter Molyneux. The game was heavily panned due to its monetization practices. For example, critics condemned the time the Gem Veins take to dig, which forces players to either wait for varying amounts of time or purchase Gems with real money, practices that were not present in the original Dungeon Keeper games.[272][273][274] The Metacritic score for the iOS version is a 42/100.[275] IGN rewarded the game a 3/10,[276] Eurogamer rewarded the game a 1/10,[272] and Metro rewarded the game a 0/10.[273] The game was deemed "unplayable" by some critics.[277] Molyneux criticized the game's monetization implementations as well, describing them as "ridiculous".[278][279]

WWE 2K20 is a professional wrestling video game developed by Visual Concepts and published by 2K Sports in 2019, part of the ongoing WWE series of video games based on the WWE sporting franchise. The series had traditionally been developed by Yuke's and published by THQ. THQ went bankrupt in 2012, and 2K acquired the WWE property then. 2K kept Yuke's on as the lead developer and had assigned Visual Concepts, an internal studio with several years of experience in sports simulation games, to assist. Yuke's role in development was gradually diminished over the years, and they were removed as the lead developers for WWE 2K20, though affirmed they would provide Visual Concepts and 2K with support for the game's engine while they pursued a new wrestling IP (which in 2020 would be revealed to be an All Elite Wrestling game).[371][372] Visual Concepts considered this gave them freedom to explore new options for the game that they felt Yuke's had been holding them back on.[373]

By February 2020, Blizzard offered a no-questions-asked refund policy for users disappointed with the updates and promised that they would work to address player issues.[399] Sam Machkovech from Ars Technica stated in January 2021 that Warcraft III: Reforged stood out as the "most staggering and baffling disappointment" of 2020 in video games, and argued that unlike other games released in the same year, it had a "full 12 months of opportunity to right its own ship" without any forthcoming improvements.[400] In addition to committing to continued updates to Reforged as part of an announcement in February 2021, Blizzard's president J. Allen Brack said they learned several lessons in how they developed Reforged that they will avoid in their next remaster, Diablo II: Resurrected.[401]

The game was the subject of review bombing on Metacritic,[465][466][467] resulting in a user review score of 0.4/10 at its nadir, among the lowest on the site.[468] Reporters noted that some user reviews cited a dislike of the game's art style and the lack of advance copies sent to press,[465][466] with several demanding refunds.[467][469][470] Journalists noted a general backlash from players due to the unusual look of some updated character models, textual errors on in-game surfaces, issues related to draw distance increase, and model and physics glitches.[471][472][473] On November 19, 2021, Rockstar apologized for the technical problems, admitting that the games "did not launch in a state that meets our own standards of quality, or the standards our fans have come to expect" and said it would work to fix and improve the game through updates.[474][475] The same day, they announced that the original versions of the games would be released as a bundle on the Rockstar Store;[474] they were delivered for free to owners of The Definitive Edition on December 3, and remained available with all purchases of the game until June 30, 2022.[476] Additionally, customers who bought The Definitive Edition through the Rockstar Games Launcher were eligible to receive one free Rockstar game.[477] 350c69d7ab


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