Worst Of 2016 So Far
Homefront: The Revolution
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
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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