This is a good year for high-end games Meta criticism Spectrum, but what does it look like in the bottom right corner of the comment aggregator?
Everyone agrees that 2020 is a pretty good year for games. In the past 12 months, we have always liked Animal Crossing: “New Horizons”, “Our Last Part” Part 2, “Final Fantasy 7” remake, “Hides” and other films, with Keep us entertained.
But everything in the world is balanced: for all ups and downs, there must be a decline. In order to explain this to us frankly and bluntly, Metacritic released an annual report on the lowest-rated games of the year.
How are they stacked:
- Little Racer (Switch)
- XIII Remake (Xbox One)
- Dawn of Fear (PS4)
- The Crossroads of Fast and Furious (PC)
- Arc of the Alchemist (switch)
- Revision: Broken Porcelain (PC)
- marin monkey (PS4)
- Street Fighter Football (PS4)
- Flashing light (switch)
- The Elder Scrolls: Blade (Switch)
Although most games-understandably-are rather obscure, there are still some well-known names.
“Crossroads of Fast and Furious” (from Bandai Namco) and “The Elder Scrolls: Blade (Bethesda)” are both compelling games from major publishers. Therefore, seeing them reach the bottom of Metacritic’s annual list is very hateful.
The website said: “Games are ranked by Metascore before being rounded (as of December 15, 2020), and any games with fewer than 7 reviews from professional critics are not included.”
“If a title appears on the list multiple times due to low scores on multiple platforms, then we only include the version with the lowest score.”
Therefore, it is worth noting that the Switch version of Blades is listed here: it runs very well on iOS and Android, but the infamous Switch version is shocking.
If you want to focus on something more positive, you can check out our list of best games of the year. You can find them from: