Worst game(s) of 2012?

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Thank you all for showing me that if I don't word my post correctly to the nth degree, I'm clearly a fucking idiot.

Easy Answer for this thread:
ALL of your personal favorites of the year 2012.
Of course all other games released this year too. Everyone knows that gaming went to shit a long time ago, there`s no denying it. There`s not even a reason to play anymore, besides whining and raging how it all is shit now in gaming forums.
Now back to Pong and Zork. Those where the quality times.

AMY.
good god i have never been this close to smashing my ps3 with a pickax. don't play it, don't buy it, don't even google it. it doesn't deserve the attention. this game is not for you unless you're trying to commit mental suicide.

krazykidd:
This year has been very slow for me . VERY SLOW. I haven't played many 2012 releases . But on i did buy and hated was SOUL CALIBUR 5 . Man was that game no fun at all . The redeeming grace of that game was that it had very extensive character creation that any game , not only fighting games , can learn from. But i hated everything else about it .

What they did to the story mode in that game was absolutely horrible, interesting storylines for every single character replaced by this short, shitty teen angst plot where most of the time you are playing as the one character. Very disappointing, 0 steps forward and about 10 steps back since Soul Calibur 3.

Worst game of 2012?

Dunno, cannot think of any games that were released this year that I bought. wait, Yes I can!

Endless Space

Waste of fucking money, waste of time. Dull as fuck 4X strategy game. Really, after a few hours of it I turned away, never to return.

That said...

I think the Escapist should put a blanket ban on anyone who has used the words "Mass Effect" in ten or more posts. Cause either they are an annoying fanboy or someone who is still bitching about ME3 not being as amazing as they hoped it would be. Either way they should burn.

I've already posted here my own choices, but I just wanted to come back and say that I think I'm probably the only person on the planet who actually enjoyed "Amy"... :P

While I haven't beaten all the campaigns, here are my thoughts on it so far.
Resident Evil 6 was the worst game I played all year. There are a lot of parts of the game I really like, but then there is all of Leon's Campaign. While Chris' and Jake's campaign focus a lot on action and such, they at least were going for that from the beginning, and at least have a constant atmosphere that works for their campaign. Leon's campaign feels like it can't make it's mind up about what it is trying to do, it tries to revitalize the survival horror elements from the earlier games, but then it has to have scenes like the highway exploding forever. The puzzles in that section were just boring and made no fucking sense. Why would anyone set up a room where you had to click buttons on statues holding flaming crossbows with laser sights that are trying to shoot you?!?!
It also tries to take every other staple from earlier games and make them boring and unfun, while there are some cool scenes in this campaign, like right after china gets hit with the virus and you have to run through the streets trying to avoid the gas and all the zombies, it is mostly just fucking annoying action sequences and crank puzzles. Also the entire middle of the game makes no fucking sense. Why is there a lab under the church, that connects to an ancient tomb that connects to a mine shaft that connects to another lower tomb? Why are all these connected by a few hundred foot falls, full of zombies in knight armor and chain mail or covered in dynamite wielding machetes? why do you fight a SHARK on a water slide that keeps going down EVEN FURTHER only to when you beat it to FALL INTO A FUCKING LAKE?!?! How the were you still above ground level after falling at least a few thousand feet?
Besides that the game just tries to be every other resident evil game ever made and fails. There is at least one enemy that is reminiscent of some other enemy or some virus from an older game, hell so far there have been two bosses from the original game in this one. But really if this game had only been Leon's Campaign it would have been sold back to gamestop the day I beat it.
It really is disappointing for me especially since earlier this year Capcom released the amazing Resident Evil Revelations that actually had survival horror elements and made a lot of good design choices, but apparently they learned nothing from making that and decided they needed to make a mediocre game.

SkarKrow:
Been playing company of heroes, that's scratching my strategy itch nicely.

Can't wait for CoH2, you seen the latest trailers?

Assassin Xaero:
I generally like most games and avoid the ones I know will suck (for example, anything made by BioWare).

The entire reason ME3 copped so much flak was that NOBODY EXPECTED IT TO BE SO DISAPPOINTING. It was like having a pretty girl offer you a blowjob, only to suddenly and violently turn your balls into paste with a sledgehammer as soon as your pants were down.

scorptatious:
Not to mention the galactic readiness meter slowly depletes over time not spent playing the multiplayer.

Oh Jesus that pissed me off.

Yeah the galactic readiness meter on ME3 now actually matters (no pun intended) a little more than it did after release though, if you patched the game with the new endings patch. The multiplayer actually isn't that bad, but I feel it could have been a lot better with some different modes and maps that didn't all resemble those fucking arena style levels from Unreal Tournament 1&2.

Of the 2 games I bought this year (Halo 4 and Borderlands 2) only H4 was that felt somewhat lacking, I did enjoy the campaign but the whole time it felt like the money would be better spend on Dishonored. Actually went back to B2 right after finishing the campaign.

I_am_a_Spoon:

SkarKrow:
Been playing company of heroes, that's scratching my strategy itch nicely.

Can't wait for CoH2, you seen the latest trailers?

Nope! To be honest I'm waiting on my new PC first, since my current employment is only temporary I need to see what becomes of my contract before I build the thing, so I'm chugging away on a seriously outdated piece of hardware right now.

CPU is 5 generations out of date and the GPU is a salvaged 7100GS 128MB.
4GB of ram only too, and not very fast ram at that.

So I'm ignoring any new PC games for now ):

Waiting for my i5 3570K and 3GB GTX 660 ti rig first...

I_am_a_Spoon:

Assassin Xaero:
I generally like most games and avoid the ones I know will suck (for example, anything made by BioWare).

The entire reason ME3 copped so much flak was that NOBODY EXPECTED IT TO BE SO DISAPPOINTING. It was like having a pretty girl offer you a blowjob, only to suddenly and violently turn your balls into paste with a sledgehammer as soon as your pants were down.

I could see that for the people who actually liked BioWare games to begin with, but can't imagine how bad it would be when Dragon Age: Origins and the little bit of Mass Effect (1) I played were most bland and boring things I've ever had on my PC.

Olikar:

It's seems to me like your projecting, not everyone picks there tastes based on peer pressure like you, sometimes they just don't like things because they're shit (E.g all the games you listed)

Is the inability to detect an incredibly obvious joke a common trait amongst the Escapist user base? This isn't the first time someone's taken something I've said that was really blatantly ironic and silly and actually thought I was serious.

I'm not counting the generic shooters. Worst game I've played is The Walking Dead. Cliched, boring and it's not even a game.

Signa:
Having never played it, but experiencing the fallout first-hand, I don't know how anyone can say anything other than Mass Effect 3.

Because it was a genuinely great game that gets disproportionate amounts of hate for a few faults

Mass effect 3. I have to play online all the time now since it's mandatory to getting an ending where everyone doesn't die. Oh, and the ending is terrible garbage, by the way. Mass effect is DEAD TO ME. Oh, and Borderlands 2 was also pretty bad. The focus went from "Solid, fun FPS RPG" to "Jokes all the time, a bad guy who is a cross between Jeff Winger and Phil Fry, and just flat out changing the focus from shooter RPG to Family Guy with guns". And did I mention that it's virtually impossible to enjoy the game or even play it at all unless you have 3 friends who also have the game? I really expected more from this game, this was a terrible tragedy.

Worst game of the year: Spec Ops: The Line

Runners up:

Mass Effect 3
Magicka
Far Cry 3
The Amazing Spider-Man

Like my "Best Game of the Year" (tie between Darksiders 2 and Black Ops 2, shut up) my "Worst Game of the Year is a tie between two different games.

First is Dark Souls which approaches gameplay from a perspective of "Make your enemies fast as all fuck and make the player delay between all movements". It's like if Darth Vader in the suit was fighting Darth Vader out of the suit. The winner will be the one who can actually move properly.

Second is Spec Ops: The Line but ONLY because an odd half second delay between mouse movement and cursor movement made the game completely unplayable and I wasn't able to experience the story that everyone praises. If I ever find out how to fix it, I'll amend this.

AnarchistFish:

Signa:
Having never played it, but experiencing the fallout first-hand, I don't know how anyone can say anything other than Mass Effect 3.

Because it was a genuinely great game that gets disproportionate amounts of hate for a few faults

Somehow I doubt that. There's been plenty of good games out there that were especially flawed, and they don't get 1/10 the ire that ME3 got. Not even Diablo 3 got as much hate, and that game was practically broken in every way possible while being hyped for the last decade.

Amazing Spider Man.
Why create an interesting movement system for our open world game? People don'e want that. Just give them a "Point and Fly" button that will take care of Spidey's acrobatic leaps and bounds for them.
Awful game.

There can only be one! Mass Effect 3.

2012 was a crap year all the games I was looking forward to blew chunks this year.

Dishonored, All Dingey grey, lifeless, Some of the worst acting and writing all year, hammer to the balls binary moral choice, interesting combat that never got as fun as advertized and hampered even farther by the fact that you'd get the bad end if you used it.

Halo 4, fucking short, linear, shot balance in MP. They took the story in an oddly deep narative direction but listening to Steve Downs try to act is like wiping your ass with sand paper.

Resident Evil 6, You mean Modern Warfare with worse writing? no thanks.

Soul Calibur 5, Where the hell did all the staple characters go? No single player challenge modes besides Arcade, crappy story mode, a character customization menu that doesn't offer left wings, What's up with that?

Assassin's Creed 3, Don't even get me started...

This year was so bad that I actually think there were 5 games worse than Black Ops 2, which was exactly as bad as I thought it was going to be so it didn't disappoint me... and that's depressing.

The only game I was looking forward to that wasn't a complete and utter disappointing was Lollipop Chainsaw and even that wasn't really good

There wasn't really a game I feel deserves game of the year this year, but there were enough pleasant surprises to fill out a top 5.

Signa:

AnarchistFish:

Signa:
Having never played it, but experiencing the fallout first-hand, I don't know how anyone can say anything other than Mass Effect 3.

Because it was a genuinely great game that gets disproportionate amounts of hate for a few faults

Somehow I doubt that. There's been plenty of good games out there that were especially flawed, and they don't get 1/10 the ire that ME3 got. Not even Diablo 3 got as much hate, and that game was practically broken in every way possible while being hyped for the last decade.

Because there was so much hype around it, it was such a big game and the immense successes of ME1 and ME2 were still fresh in the minds of people.

Besides, the vast majority of its criticism was about the ending. One part of the game.

kasperbbs:

I think this abomination just won this thread.. After watching that video for 1 minute i wanted to punch myself.

1 minute? Congratulations, you are 4-5 times more resistant to that shit than me!

SpiderJerusalem:
Worst game of the year: Spec Ops: The Line

Curious...

That's a game that made many "best of lists". Care to explain why you didn't like it? (I'm just curious, not that I'm judging or anything. I haven't played it, so I have no opinion of my own on it either.)

EDIT: OT: (CTRL+ALT+DELETE, ALT+F4; Medal of Honour: Doorfighter) I've been damn busty with a huge games backlog amongst other things. I haven't played a single game released this year beyond the Wrath of the Lamb DLC for The Binding of Isaac and Yahtzee's Poacher, both of which I loved. (There's the Firefall beta too, but that's work in progress, so it doesn't count.) Plan on picking up Spec Ops: the Line during the Christmas steam sales to see what all the fuss is about.

SIXVI06-M:
From least offensive to the worst:

XCom - I had high hopes because I'm a huge XCom fan and I hope they can do something with Apocalypse as well - and hopefully more effort than this. This XCom was thrilling for maybe the first several hours. Then... I feel like I'd already played it all year, and the game just ends up being absolute routine just so you can finish the game. The game just feels very limited. That and the game is seriously buggy in the levels where you're mostly indoors - I end up misclicking 70-80% of my units moves simply because it cannot decide if my perspective was on level 2 or 3 or 2.5 or 3.1.

Mass Effect 3 - I think I enjoyed perhaps the first couple of hours of the game but then the whole thing started to feel like it was beginning to lose momentum. I think it was a lot of wasted potential, and if anything, I think everything towards the ending was rushed to meet a deadline - thus giving us the choice of 3 fatalistic endings each slightly worse than the others in a different way - and telling every ME player "F--- YOU AND ALL THE EFFORT YOU WENT TO MAKING YOUR SHEPARD STORY ABOUT MAKING EVERYONE IN THE UNIVERSE GET ALONG, THIS IS NOT A CHOICE, NO YOU'RE NOT ALLOWED TO HAVE ANYTHING DIFFERENT, BECAUSE SHEPARD'S GOING TO BE A REAPER'S BITCH IN THE END NO MATTER WHAT YOU CHOOSE".

Worstest game evar in 2012: Diablo III. Please don't even bother defending the game. I agree with a comment I saw above - "It's like a complicated slot machine" I can't agree more. If anything, I feel like this game was entirely designed around the marketplace, and the game and story itself took a backseat on a carriage where the actual engine of the train had taken off without it. I swear - not allowed to choose a class specialisation and build your character stats your own way? do you know how BLAND that makes the gameplay? Blizzard ended up making a totally pedestrian game made for pedestrians where grinding > gameplay and dynamics.
And I think this game is so bad, that I'm going to spoil it for anyone else still yet to decide to get it or not - because the story was so poorly thought out, paced, and once again - becomes a bitch to the marketplace and grinding, that the story should be its own warning to people away from this game: DECKARD CAIN DIES IN ACT 1 - ALL HE WILL AMOUNT TO IS SIMPLY THAT HE IS AN OLD MAN WHO DIES LIKE A COCKROACH UNDER MY FOOT, NO MYSTERY, NO STORY ARC ABOUT HOW HE IS PART OF THE HORADRIM, NO SECRETS OR EVEN ANY EMOTIONAL CONNECTION WHEN HE DIES. HE JUST GETS BITCHSLAPPED BY A BOSS THAT DIES WHEN YOU SNEEZE ON IT. GOODBYE STORY. STAY A WHILE AND F--- YOU.

Seriously Blizzard, this behavior is so EA it's not funny. Go ahead and design more of your games for farming our cash instead of designing a game for the sake of enjoyment, emotion, and inspiration - and of course, for the sake of gaming itself - you can make yourself the biggest joke for a game developer right up there next to EA.

You know, I was almost going to flag you for spoiling till I realized you saved me money from ever buying that game even discounted. So thanks? thanks alot actually!

007 Legends , possibly the worst game I've ever played let alone the worst of the year. Thank god I only rented it.

ccdohl:
Either I'm super cynical, or this has been an awful, disappointing year for video games.
I hated X Com, Assassin's Creed 3, Guild Wars 2. I played the trial of Mists of Pandaria for about 45 minutes and decided to not purchase the expansion or renew my sub to the game.

I guess if I had to pick a worst game, at least from the big titles released that I've played, I'd pick X Com, if only for the fact that the core of a good game is there, but that it is unplayable because of the difficulty levels. If I play on Classic, I get sniped from across the map, miss all my shots, and give up because I get tired of watching aliens dodge all of my attacks. If I play on Normal, I steamroll everything and get no challenge.

It really makes the game unplayable for me on the two difficulty levels, and it's especially frustrating because there is probably a pretty good game under all that unplayability.

2012 really has been disappointing. Though I guess 2011 is a hard act to follow. Last year I was trying to decide which game I liked most. I finally decided that it was Dark Souls.

Edit: How could I forget Mass Effect 3? It was so bad, I didn't even want to finish it to find out the ending that everyone was so mad about. I only recently saw it, and that is because my wife finally played it.

I still dislike X Com more though.

That might just be the biggest /FLAMESHIELD
I've ever seen on this site.

Mikeyfell:
There can only be one! Mass Effect 3.

2012 was a crap year all the games I was looking forward to blew chunks this year.

Dishonored, All Dingey grey, lifeless, Some of the worst acting and writing all year, hammer to the balls binary moral choice, interesting combat that never got as fun as advertized and hampered even farther by the fact that you'd get the bad end if you used it.

Halo 4, fucking short, linear, shot balance in MP. They took the story in an oddly deep narative direction but listening to Steve Downs try to act is like wiping your ass with sand paper.

Resident Evil 6, You mean Modern Warfare with worse writing? no thanks.

Soul Calibur 5, Where the hell did all the staple characters go? No single player challenge modes besides Arcade, crappy story mode, a character customization menu that doesn't offer left wings, What's up with that?

Assassin's Creed 3, Don't even get me started...

This year was so bad that I actually think there were 5 games worse than Black Ops 2, which was exactly as bad as I thought it was going to be so it didn't disappoint me... and that's depressing.

The only game I was looking forward to that wasn't a complete and utter disappointing was Lollipop Chainsaw and even that wasn't really good

There wasn't really a game I feel deserves game of the year this year, but there were enough pleasant surprises to fill out a top 5.

Nevermind. That was it.

Worst game of the year??
For me it would have to be RE6, Amy, or Steel Batallion.

WaitWHAT:

SpiderJerusalem:
Worst game of the year: Spec Ops: The Line

Curious...

That's a game that made many "best of lists". Care to explain why you didn't like it? (I'm just curious, not that I'm judging or anything. I haven't played it, so I have no opinion of my own on it either.)

Because it has shitty generic gameplay and a story that would've been good if 1. it made sense and 2. the gameplay wasn't shit. It's commendable for the fact that, unlike most games, it tries to combine gameplay and story, but the gameplay is so bad that it just drags the story down with it. And it's not even bad because it's realistic: in fact, I think the main problem with the game is it's trying to tell a gritty realistic story but its gameplay is too arcade-y for me to take it seriously. In the gameplay department, the controls are awkward, your friendly AI is absolute shit, and if they die, you have use your awkward controls to get over to wherever they wandered off and revive them within 30 seconds or you lose, so it basically makes the whole fucking game an escort mission. The worst part? They don't follow you. They'll go on ahead of you whether you're ready or not. So good luck trying to find that one good gun that you dropped on the other side of the courtyard, cuz you don't have much time to find it before your teammates get themselves killed.

WaitWHAT:

SpiderJerusalem:
Worst game of the year: Spec Ops: The Line

Curious...

That's a game that made many "best of lists". Care to explain why you didn't like it? (I'm just curious, not that I'm judging or anything. I haven't played it, so I have no opinion of my own on it either.)

Seen it before level design, poor game mechanics, one of the worst examples of story writing for games in a long, long while (at least since Metal Gear Solid 4) and an aged multiplayer to boot.

Added to the list of worst games this year:

Deadlight. Brilliant setting and style wasted on horrendous writing, awful acting and a style of storytelling that couldn't decide what the hell it wanted to be. Biggest letdown in a long, long while.

Resident Evil 6. It truly is a terrible game. Many other games like Diablo 3 and Kingdoms of Amalur have disappointed me greatly, but Resident Evil 6 is hands down the worst game I've had the pleasure of playing this year.

Halo 4 at the moment. Didn't like that it assumed I'd done background reading, didn't rate the music and I didn't enjoy fighting the new enemies as much as the Covenant. There was one bit in particularly that really annoyed me too - I think it was the level with the Pelican - where it seems like it's building up to this really cool set-piece where you have to jump along the back of Covenant drop-ships to reach the Didact's ship, and I was getting all pumped up. "Finally, they've found a properly fun use for the jetpack I've been carrying all mission" I thought, as Cortana warned me to "time my jump just right". So I jumped up, looked below to make sure I was on target... and it skipped to a cutscene. Really small thing to be irritated by, I know, but it seems like a huge missed opportunity on 343's part.

SkarKrow:

Atmos Duality:

SkarKrow:

I use my DSi XL to play DS games because the 3DS does some weird reactive contrast thing that makes rpg's suddenly dip and rise in brightness if it's a DS game. Or mine is defective, but it doesn;t do it for anything else. Weird.

I haven't encountered that particular problem. Actually, the best thing I can say about my 3DS is that its manufacturing quality is superb. No dead pixels, speakers work exactly as advertised, battery life isn't that bad if you leave the wireless off...

Does it happen only in specific games?

BUt yeah, I think there's a pokemon rumble or something on it but unless it's a main-series pokemon game idc.
Conquest is alright but it really is just babies first tbs.

I had flashbacks to Final Fantasy Tactics Advance after seeing it in action.
Of course, non-competitive (only vs AI) Pokemon is mind numbingly easy already, so I suppose that fits.

Um yeah mostly just with pokemon games it's odd, it's as if the backlight is adjusting to the screen or something dumb like that. Haven't noticed it with any other games or any 3DS games. It's not a deal breaker because I have my DSi but it is kinda annoying. Lighting is one of those things I get pissed off about really easily, it's 95% of the reasons I dislike Battlefield 3 and it's dumb engine _.

Want destructo -phsyics? Yeah? Well sorry, we made those shitty in exchange for obnoxious flashlight mechanics and bloom!

Yeah see, I like FFTA, it's enjoyable enough and can be challenging at times even though it doesn't scratch the strategy itch the same way as something like Disgaea does. I got bored of Disgaea after the second, for the record. Too much fucking grinding and healers are worthless mostly.
BUt Pokemon Conquest is pretty enjoyable, although it is abysmally easy and quite a bit of it is just busy work.

Been playing company of heroes, that's scratching my strategy itch nicely. Tis not an itch I get often mind.

Edit: Know what I'd like on 3DS? An old school Final Fantasy, not a remake, a brand new game with a brand new story, but done in the style of 3 through 6. ATB system + gorgeous sprites + gripping 40 hour plus non-angst-ridden tale = A day one buy.

I had to jump in here with that last part:

When was the last time a FF game wasn't filled to the neck with angst?

4: Cecil whining because he's used as a human weapon
6: Terra whining because she's used as a human weapon
7: Cloud whining because he thought he was used as a human weapon
8: Squall whining because he's used as a human weapon
10: Tidus whining... FULL STOP

Only ones where whining wasn't a central plot point were 9 and 12.

Probably Diablo 3 for me. Torchlight 2 did everything that POS did better with 1/4 of the budget. Because a dungeon loot fest is not a complex formula. What players want is customization, actual drops, THE GAME TO WORK. They do want linear forced stat and skill trees, a drop system created to work the RMAH, and servers that didn't get their shit together for upwards of 6 weeks in some places.

NameIsRobertPaulson:

SkarKrow:

Atmos Duality:

I haven't encountered that particular problem. Actually, the best thing I can say about my 3DS is that its manufacturing quality is superb. No dead pixels, speakers work exactly as advertised, battery life isn't that bad if you leave the wireless off...

Does it happen only in specific games?

I had flashbacks to Final Fantasy Tactics Advance after seeing it in action.
Of course, non-competitive (only vs AI) Pokemon is mind numbingly easy already, so I suppose that fits.

Um yeah mostly just with pokemon games it's odd, it's as if the backlight is adjusting to the screen or something dumb like that. Haven't noticed it with any other games or any 3DS games. It's not a deal breaker because I have my DSi but it is kinda annoying. Lighting is one of those things I get pissed off about really easily, it's 95% of the reasons I dislike Battlefield 3 and it's dumb engine _.

Want destructo -phsyics? Yeah? Well sorry, we made those shitty in exchange for obnoxious flashlight mechanics and bloom!

Yeah see, I like FFTA, it's enjoyable enough and can be challenging at times even though it doesn't scratch the strategy itch the same way as something like Disgaea does. I got bored of Disgaea after the second, for the record. Too much fucking grinding and healers are worthless mostly.
BUt Pokemon Conquest is pretty enjoyable, although it is abysmally easy and quite a bit of it is just busy work.

Been playing company of heroes, that's scratching my strategy itch nicely. Tis not an itch I get often mind.

Edit: Know what I'd like on 3DS? An old school Final Fantasy, not a remake, a brand new game with a brand new story, but done in the style of 3 through 6. ATB system + gorgeous sprites + gripping 40 hour plus non-angst-ridden tale = A day one buy.

I had to jump in here with that last part:

When was the last time a FF game wasn't filled to the neck with angst?

4: Cecil whining because he's used as a human weapon
6: Terra whining because she's used as a human weapon
7: Cloud whining because he thought he was used as a human weapon
8: Squall whining because he's used as a human weapon
10: Tidus whining... FULL STOP

Only ones where whining wasn't a central plot point were 9 and 12.

Haven't played much of 6 but I'll give you some ground on the topic. But none of those games are anywhere NEAR as full of pointless whiney angst as 13 was. They also had good gameplay and stories that weren't 10 rescripted for morons.

Oh and 3. 3 has like no angst. 3 is also amazing. 9 and 12 are also great, though 10 is easily my favourite in the franchise. 7 is good but overated, if any get HD remakes I'd put forth 4, 6, 8 and 9 before 7.

Squall is a prick though.

MiracleOfSound:
Medal Of Honor gets my vote. Kinda the only bad game I played this year actually.

Yeah; Medal of honor: Doorfighter kinda sums up the game. All it does is animate the kicking down of doors so you can get longer animations for kicking down doors.

As for me the worst would have to go to the one you used to be able to always bet on... Duke Nukem Forever!

SpiderJerusalem:
Worst game of the year: Spec Ops: The Line...

Would you care to explain why you made that choice or do you just want me to judge it as failtroll of the year?

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