5) The Division
This game certainly was divisive, so the name is fitting. Despite basically being broken at launch, and riddled with bugs and glitches, The Division set launch-day records for Ubisoft and there is even going to be a movie starring Jake Gyllenhaal.
They broke launch records for new intellectual properties, as well. Unfortunately, early hiccups left a bad taste in the mouths of a lot of players. Ubisoft seem to have truly frustrated their audience (once again) with a game that fell short of meeting expectations and potential, none the less is gained a big following and hopefully they’re able to iron out some of the kinks for a sequel.
4) Mafia 3
The third title in the Mafia series launched recently to mixed reviews. There are certain things they did really well, such as the navigation features, which didn’t have the luxury of GPS due to when this game takes place, but they found something even cooler to implement in a creative way. It doesn’t seem like that was enough to woo gamers, because the expectations were set so high.
There’s definitely some fun to be had here before the game makes its inevitable walk towards the bargain bin, but a lot of gamers felt it could have been much better.