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Jason Todd Voorhees

List of Broken Games

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Since people want to say the F13 game is broken let me list some legit games that have devs either not care or completely abandoned their own games.

0. No Mans Sky: Literally....nothing promised was delivered and suckered players.

1. Red Dead Redemption: All the servers are completely broken with free EXP and nothing but casual Modders who freeze people screens and instantly kill them 24/7

2. Dark Souls Games: Devs stopped caring 1000% of the time the servers are run with glitches and game mechanic problems from hitboxes to connection issues.

3. Xenoverse 2: Lobby kicks are more frequent than players actually playing online,imbalance system of characters.

4. DayZ: Still waiting for bugs and patches and not to forget we are waiting for the game to be complete and on its way to consoles.

What's your list of "broken" games? 

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Glad to see someone still remembers Red Dead, the reason for those EXP bodies is because a clan from that game brought them in from the game mode Undead Overrun. They would also bring in undead weapons like the bait and blunderbuss to freeze other players systems if you killed them with it. Rockstar did release a patch that fixed it but that same clan brought them in again and no more patches after that, basically two modding clans from that game turned it to shit just to show how much power they have, not to mention that they've booted people offline for fun. Multiplayer was fun while it lasted.

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The first Star Wars: Battlefront on PS4 ... what a cluster f*ck they made of that game release. Don't know about broken, but it was a glorified demo such was the lack of content.  The second one is actually a lot better, but EA still managed to mishandle the release of it with the pay-to-win mechanic they went with.

Aliens: Colonial Marines on PS3. I still reckon you'd have a good shout at a false advertising claim against Sega for this mess. The final game had zero resemblance to the advertising that preceded it.

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