Most Ambitious Video Games With Disappointing Storylines


Creating Video Games is a hard job and yes it takes a lot of money and hard work. Video Games is probably the best way to create and tell a unique compelling Story through interesting characters and crazy worlds. There are some very ambitious video games in the last decade and every game where developer puts time and effort into the game and it results in an awesome piece of art. But sometimes even most ambitious games can be disappointed. Today we are counting the Most Ambitious Video Games With Disappointing Storylines.

BEYOND TWO SOULS

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Beyond: Two Souls’ ideas are occasionally inept, sometimes brilliant, and often an unstable in-between overloaded with emotional ephemera, predatory clichés, and unconscious behavior. At the same time, Beyond exhibits a willingness to generate an impassioned response from the player, and it sees that missions through to its conclusion. – Digital Chumps

It’s hard not to notice that the story is slow at times. Quantic Dream could easily have trimmed the fat during some of the longer sequences. At the same time the studio deserves praise for good digital acting and a script that is better than earlier attempts. – Gamer.no

Beyond: Two Souls is fun like a summer popcorn action movie. There are likeable characters and good set pieces, but it falls apart if you analyze it too closely. – Worth Playing

QUANTUM BREAK

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Quantum Break has its own beauty with its TV Show. If we are talking about storytelling, Remedy nails it. Apart from that, Quantum Break is a technical disaster with bad gameplay mechanics and old fashion visuals. – Merlin’in Kazanı (Turkey)

Quantum Break has all the things we ask for from a video game and some things that we don’t. Great gameplay, impressive graphics and presentation, and an amazing story are all state of the industry from Remedy. I just wonder what this game might have been if the game aspect of it had been fleshed out just a little bit more. – Attack of the Fanboy

Jack’s time-based superpowers are a ton of fun to use in combat, but environmental puzzles and platforming sequences, such as a cargo ship caught in a looping time stutter after plowing into a bridge, feel like they’ve been shoehorned in simply to give players something to do between firefights. – Toronto Sun

WATCH DOGS

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Watch Dogs relies on unfiltered girth to entertain. Another victim of cross-gen releases, there’s nothing particularly ‘new-gen’ about the game, but there are plenty of good ideas and a lot of activities to keep you busy. The fundamentals for a truly special game are in place – but as was the case with Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry, it now falls to the sequels to fully realise it. – Playstation Official Magazine UK

The game is a sort of inverse of Grand Theft Auto 5: triumphant in ambition but faltering in execution. Nowhere is this more apparent than in those NPC bios, which can’t seem to decide if they’re funny or serious. – Kill Screen

It’s a game that reaches a baseline of enjoyment – and that baseline is fairly high – and doesn’t raise it further. The mission loop is too samey – drive here, hack a few things, sneak/shoot out – and multiplayer is too throwaway to really affect much. You’ll undoubtedly enjoy your time with it, but it won’t linger long in the memory. – VideoGamer

COD ADVANCED WARFARE

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Advanced Warfare executes the formula competently while adding a handful of bells and whistles like mechs, laser cannons, and double jumps; but Sledgehammer Games seems reluctant to really cut loose and push the setting to its fullest potential, making Advanced Warfare a solid but ultimately unexciting entry in the series. – USgamer

But as someone who deeply cares about narrative in game, it’s immensely frustrating to see the money that Activition is clearly throwing at the narrative not bearing fruit. – Digitally Downloaded

Advanced Warfare executes the formula competently while adding a handful of bells and whistles like mechs, laser cannons, and double jumps; but Sledgehammer Games seems reluctant to really cut loose and push the setting to its fullest potential, making Advanced Warfare a solid but ultimately unexciting entry in the series. – USgamer
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