The best, worst, most disappointing and most surprising games of 2016 so far The best, worst, most disappointing and most surprising games of 2016 so far
Worst Of 2016 So Far Homefront: The Revolution Homefront: The Revolution has some great ideas, and the gunplay and customisation works in parts, but... The best, worst, most disappointing and most surprising games of 2016 so far

Worst Of 2016 So Far

Homefront: The Revolution

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Homefront: The Revolution has some great ideas, and the gunplay and customisation works in parts, but it’s mostly a broken, sluggish experience that fails to tell a compelling story. Despite a strong lore built around invasion and revolution, The Revolution‘s development struggles hold it back on both the story and gameplay front, making it mostly a chore to play.

 

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan

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Hopes were relatively high for this PlatinumGames-developed action game, especially after the modest success of the studio’s Transformers: Devastation. The idea of a fast-paced brawler from a studio that excels in exaggerated action seemed like the perfect recipe for a Ninja Turtles game, but the outcome is a jarring, frustrating and erratic experience.

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