Amazing Video Games That Somehow Survived Development Hell

VIDEO GAMES take a lot of time to make and we all agree that a good AAA games take at least 4-5 years and that great because developers get full time and give their best. But sometimes a game takes longer than expected. That what we call “Development Hell” and it happens when a game developer takes more than 10-20 years just to complete a single game. Today we are counting down the best video game that survived development Hell. (REVIEWS FROM METACRITIC)


Overall Score – 82

last guardian

The Last guardian is indeed suffering from some technical and control input issues, but its warm, beautiful adventure filled with countless touching moments is something we’ll never forget for the rest of our lives. The Last Guardian is not just a game, it’s an absolute work of art – BaziCenter

The Last Guardian is not perfect, but those issues are nothing compared to its wonderful gameplay and its beautiful setting. This game and its soundtrack will live forever in the gaming world. – Areajugones

Despite an appalling technical aspect with camera troubles and a wacky handling, The Last Guardian is a very good story-based puzzle game that makes you feel immersed in the relationship between the boy and Trico – JeuxActu


Overall Score – 81


There is so much good here, so much heart – especially in the relationships between Noctis and his sworn brothers. It just comes with some changes and compromises that were, at times, difficult for this long-time Final Fantasy fan to come to grips with. – IGN

Final Fantasy XV is a unique offering, both for the franchise and RPGs in general. Placing the onus on the relationships of your party, rather than the narrative, has meant that this is a game that strikes not just an emotional chord, but a personal one – TheSixthAxis

While it occasionally buckles under its own ambition and the game falters somewhat as the plot ramps up, overall Final Fantasy XV is a beautiful, exciting game that I dearly loved. It may not be the best game I’ve played this year, but it is almost certainly my favorite, and Square Enix has built an incredible, extremely unique open-world. – High-Def Digest


Overall Score – 92

team fortress

When the biggest flaw of the game is that it gets a bit repetitive after the first hundred or so hours of play, you know you have something special. – YouGamers

The action is fast-paced and furious, the game’s presentation is hilarious and exciting and the gameplay is very easily approachable. Experiment with a few classes or stick with one, but do anything to get your hands on TF2. It’ll be an online experience you won’t forget. – GamerNode

The game also does a lovely job of framing your relationship with other players and nurturing them. – Eurogamer


Overall Score – 92


This is vastly different from the countless first- and third-person shooters and all the “me too” open-world games sitting on store shelves. All the things I’ve only read about in Dashiell Hammett novels, or seen in film classics like Double Indemnity, have all come to interactive life in L.A. Noire – 1UP

L.A. Noire’s intriguing character profile, deep interrogation and investigation system, and impeccably detailed facial technology puts this detective thriller in a class of its own – Playstation Universe

It’s hard to shake the feeling that they narrowly missed the lofty mark they’ve set for themselves. A great game? Sure. An instant classic? Not quite. – MEGamers
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