Reviewer: Armored Werewolf
Do you ever have a case where you can't stand a game but the vast majority of people like? This is especially true for me. You see, it takes an especially kind of terrible to get me to hate a game. Oddly enough, I tend to hate what the community likes.
5. Five Nights at Freddy's 3 Edit
Personally, I think the Five Nights at Freddy's series to be all around decent. I mean I loved the second one and the first one wasn't too bad. But this one was the most boring one in the series. Normally, the Five Nights at Freddy's series has you defending yourself against multiple killer animatronics. You normally have a flashlight, a camera, and the second one we got this mask to disguise yourself with. But this one takes very little skill. There's only one animatronic that's after you, and it's a horrible looking reskin of Bonnie named Springtrap. All the other animatronics appear but only as cheap random jumpscares if your ventilation system breaks. That's right, you need to reboot systems in this game. Your camera breaks after a certain amount of time, your audio (and only mean of defense) breaks after two uses, and the vent breaks at almost completely random. Hands down the most boring and easy one of the whole series. With an unsatisfying ending and the enjoyment of a funeral, I do NOT recommend this game.
4. Killer Instinct Edit
I don't play that much fighting games. I mean, I played Super Smash, Mortal Kombat, and even Marvel Vs. Capcom. But Killer Instinct became very popular as it was made by Rareware. The same people behind Banjo Kazooie, Donkey Kong Country, and Conker's Bad Fur Day. Fighting games that let you perform insane combos sounds great. Mortal Kombat and even Street Fighter has that. However, the controls are slippery, generic characters, health doesn't replenish after a round, and the combos are either two easy or too difficult. Personally, I can't stand Killer Instinct.
3. Game of War: Fire Age Edit
Me and mobile games have had a rough history. Not only is this one of the most over-advertised games in existence, it's also so boring. It's one of those standard build your own kingdom and defend it from enemy players. But this one is unique. For one, you place your kingdom on a map and even get to move it if you have a teleport ability. What could possible go wrong? Players can teleport right next to your kingdom, raid it over and over again, then teleport somewhere else. You need iron, wood, food, and some other things to build. Yes, you need food to build houses. The food constantly decreases depending on how many troops you own. So even a battering ram needs food? What food does a block of wood eat? I'm supposed to be watching YouTube but this one ad keeps kicking my ass. See the one GoW ad I talked about on my Worst Memes Ever review. Bottom line, free to play games like this need to die off. They are all over the place. I might do a whole review on this game sometime in the future.
2. Call of Duty: Black Ops III Edit
What happened to Call of Duty? It started off as a classic WWII game, went to the modern era, then into a generic Halo ripoff. But this was the worst of the bunch. Advanced and Infinite Warfare had at least some enjoyment here and there. But this game is garbage for the garbage truck. I had more enjoyment out of Killer Instinct than this game. So the campaign has absolutely nothing to do to with Black Ops 1 and 2. The multiplayer is unbalanced and broken beyond belief. Two campaigns, the other one just throws zombies into the mix. The campaign was so boring I couldn't even bring myself to finish it. I got to one point and just said "screw it, this campaign sucks, I'm not going any further." Supply drops...Jesus Christ. So weapons that has a drop rate of about 0.08%. And there are more supply drop weapons than normal weapons in the game. The taunts and gestures. Straight out of Team Fortress 2. How did we go from fighting Nazis in the most brutal war in history to doing the dab, taking selfies, and doing a kick from the Karate Kid at the end of a game of shooting people with lasers? Stay away from this game like poison ivy.
Dishonorable Mentions Edit
Halo Wars: Turning a sci-fi fps into a real time strategy? Sounds good on paper, but boring and repetitive missions is what you are met with. I didn't enjoy it, but I didn't think it was worth a spot on this list.
Roblox: Can this really count as a game? Oh well, still hate it.
Homefront: Generic fps that feels like a Call of Duty clone. Nothing much to say except for overly difficult and repetitive campaign.
Super Mario Bros. 2 (US): To be fair, this game wasn't terrible, but a huge disappointment.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare: Black Ops III part 2 but with even more futuristic nonsense. At least some problems were fixed.
1. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Edit
I HATE Counter-Strike, the whole goddamn series. Source is the only one I don't outright hate. I have heard an overwhelmingly amount of people say this is the number 1 best game by Valve....really? We got Half-Life, Portal, and Team Fortress 2.. and this is the best one? I can't figure out why so many people love this game, at all. I think this is the worst game by Valve ever released. The hit detection rivals Black Ops III, it might be even worse. The lag in this game as well is incredible. I played on Japanese servers on Team Fortress 2 with better connection. The weapons skins as well. You open up a crate, get a skin, get a condition, and that's it. Your weapon can look either straight out of a bloody war zone or look fresh out of a factory. To me and seemingly only me, Counter-Strike Global Offensive is an incomplete disaster. Complete with lousy hit detection, god awful spawns, terrible maps, unbalanced weapons, overpriced weapon skins, and boring multiplayer. For a multiplayer only game, that's quite the accomplishment.