4 Most Underrated AAA Video Games Of 2017

AAA and Underrated does not go well together. AAA games are known as “AAA” games because they are huge and massively advertised. They have a budget of millions and on release they sell millions. We are all familiar with that but 2017 was a weird year. That’s because there were several amazing AAA games that didn’t get the recognition they deserved in the first place. Today we are counting down Most Underrated AAA Video Games Of 2017.

AC Origins

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As beautiful as it is deadly, Origins’ Egyptian playground is finally everything you wanted the Creed to be – GamesRadar+
Assassin’s Creed Origins is a triumph, taking the series back to the beginning and allowing players to partake in the genesis of the war between the Templars and the Brotherhood of Assassins. –  We Got This Covered
After taking a year off, Assassin’s Creed is going through a transitional period and taking players back to the very founding of the Brotherhood in Ancient Egypt is symbolic of that. The vast new setting, the improved combat system and moving the series towards being a real action RPG have injected this series with a new life. – TheSixthAxis

Persona 5


Girls and boys, Persona 5 is simply the new king of Japanese role playing games, and it may even be 2016’s game of the year. The story is so deep, the battle system is so well-executed, the art direction is so amazing and the music is so groovy! I instantly felt in love with this game and I am pretty sure you will too. – Gameblog.fr
Persona 5 is full of style and confidence. Persona 5 knows that it’s special, and you’ll soon know it, too. – GamesBeat
For many people, Persona 5 is the best JRPG in years. It is a wonderful and psychological journey to the dark side of humans, with dynamic combat by turns and aesthetics that are very colorful and alive. Here you have many hours of play, activities, social links and elegance. Atlus must continue this series: it can go very far. – LaPS4

Fire Emblem Warriors


The marriage between the Warriors and Fire Emblem franchises has yielded one of the deepest and most engaging games the Warriors series has done to date. – RPG Fan
Fire Emblem Warriors is a pleasant hybrid of pure Musô action and tactics elements borrowed from the Intelligent Systems’ series. It has a lot to offer to hack’n’slash fans and it feels like it should inspire future Dynasty Warriors games. – Gameblog.fr
The inclusion of tactical elements like the orders for the teammates give this otherwise very conservative musou action an interesting twist. – 4Players.de

Nier Automata

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Nier: Automata is an absolute masterclass in game design. It surpasses expectations time and time again resulting in an experience not to be missed by fans of action titles. –  GameGrin
Platinum Games, with the help of Square Enix, has tapped into its innate ability to captivate us with combat while keeping the rest of the journey engaging. – Destructoid
You don’t really see games with the level of Polish that Nier: Automata has. The combat is smooth, the story is captivating, the world is alive and evolving, and it’s all backed up by an incredible soundtrack. The game does lack with its textures and can get repetitive at times, but even with those problems the game sets itself apart from most on the market today, and it’s one of the more original and enjoyable titles to play. – GamingTrend
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#4 Most Underrated AAA Video Games Of 2017