Iconic Video Games Series That Have Fallen From Their Grace

Talk about “Success”

These are some of the most iconic video games of all times…well they used to be. We are counting down Iconic Video Games That Fallen From their Grace.

Metal Gear


Far from the original root of the series, Metal Gear Survive suffers from a very repetitive gameplay be it in solo or in multiplayer, and the not discreet at all micro-transctions don’t help. At least the story is worthy and might hold your interest. – JeuxActu
Fans of classic Metal Gear games will probably find little of interest here; their overall impressions of the game ought to be mediocre – Survive simply fails to captivate. The magical atmosphere known from Snake’s adventures is nowhere to be found. However, the new MGS should appeal to enthusiasts of survival – there’s a lot of it here. If you like exploration, gathering and crafting, give it a shot. – GRYOnline.pl
Metal Gear Survive isn’t a great game, but it is a fun game. Journeying into the Dust to find resources and survivors is a legitimately tense experience and your progress through the game feels satisfying. Unfortunately, hunger and thirst drop a bit too quickly, leaving you diving into menus for upkeep far too much of the time. With some tweaks and changes, Survive could be great, but as it stands, it’s just good. – USgamer


sonic forces

 Sonic the Hedgehog may share its name with the Genesis original, but this game is even more broken than most of the other recent Sonic games have been. – GameSpot

SEGA’s decision to rush one of its most beloved franchises to the next-gen market has ended in a broken product that does not even deserve a rental. – Gaming Age
Not only are the voices horrible, as is the case for most Sonic games, but the story makes very little sense. It’s like if you took any basic Nintendo story like Mario saving the Princess, lengthened it to several hours long, and filled it with mindless details that make no logical sense at all. – GameBrink



IO Interactive’s new, episodic Hitman is a triumph. The developer knew how to revive its ailing series and did so with aplomb, crafting a robust set of core mechanics and designing superb levels around them. Reminiscent of everything Blood Money did so well, from its focus on gameplay over story to its cold, sardonic presentation and dark sense of humour, this is Hitman as it is and always should be. – IBTimes
Hitman: The Complete First Season is the perfect re-introduction to the third-person stealth franchise, bringing back sandbox game design and player choice to the forefront with six expertly hand-crafted missions with hundreds of opportunities and ways to approach killing targets, and a ton of side content in the form of Escalation contracts and the Sarajevo Six (effectively “What If?” scenarios and missions). – Impulsegamer
With Hitman: The Complete First Season, IO Interactive has successfully managed to take the series back to its roots with style, making it a must-have for stealth fans yet to savour its delights. – GameSpew

Duke Nukem


If you’re going to ‘go modern’, do it. If you’re going to ‘go retro’, do it. Just don’t go half-and-half and end up failing to appease fans of both approaches. While DNF is kind-of fun, is playable and can be enjoyed all the way until the end, it’s far away from what it should have been. – Bit-Gamer
You won’t find any lasting qualities in Duke Nukem Forever and it doesn’t have anything to compete against numerous modern games that have so much more to offer. – ActionTrip
I can’t think of anything fun throughout my time with the game. I did like some of the models of the monsters and the game never crashed on my PC, but that’s about it. I don’t blame Gearbox, but I wonder what 3D Realms was thinking all these years. – Gaming Nexus
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