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So Have you ever played a game that was so hyped only to be let down? join the line buddy because these is the list of them games. t is said that even to this day the games are still not fix WHAT? 10 Broken Games Still not Fixed 

source: Whatculture.com

10 Broken Games Still not Fixed 

Halo master chief
343 Industries

Release Date: November 11, 2014

What Happened? Immediately upon release, many players experienced issues with matchmaking, despite developers 343 Industries releasing numerous updates to address them.

9. Bubble Bobble Revolution

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Atari

Release Date: October 3, 2006

What Happened? A game-breaking bug sneaked into the North American version of the game, making it unplayable at the end of level 30 onwards (the game actually has 100 levels). A boss should appear which miraculously does not, making it impossible for the player to move onwards. In 2007, publisher Codemasters confirmed that replacement games would be ready soon…but left players hanging while refusing to recall the game from shelves despite it being fundamentally busted.

8. Batman: Arkham Knight

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Rocksteady

Release Date: June 23, 2015

What Happened? Releasing over 8 months after originally scheduled, most fans expected a smooth launch for Arkham Knight. On one hand, it was fine for consoles, but PC players had to endure major technical flaws and performance problems related to bad optimisation, such that a large chunk of players could only achieve 10 FPS when entering the Batmobile.

7. Alpha Protocol

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Sega

Release Date: May 27, 2010

What Happened? Though Obsidian’s action-RPG received mixed-positive reviews upon release, it was widely criticised for its abundance of bugs, poor AI, dodgy physics, combat and balancing, and the fact that, for a game so focused on stealth, playing as a stealth character resulted in ridiculously unbalanced, unfair boss battles, pretty much discouraging stealth play altogether.

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Ubisoft

Release Date: December 1, 2015

What Happened? One word: netcode. From the word “go”, players complained about matchmaking times, bad hit detection, buggy gameplay, high pings for no apparent reason on strong internet connections and insane lag compensation to boot, repetitive map rotation, an inconsistent ranking system and an abundance of hacking. Hilariously, some players even claim that the game has gotten worse since Ubi began rolling out patches to “fix” these problems.

5. Ultima IX: Ascension

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Origin Systems

Release Date: November 24, 1999

What Happened? After a highly troubled five-year development period, the game launched full of bugs, demanded an extremely powerful PC for the time and disregarded many of the story elements from previous games (which is a huge no-no when your lore is as deep and your fanbase as devoted as Ultima). Patches were released, but ultimately weren’t satisfactory and only fixed some of the nagging issues. Developer Origin Systems ended up shutting down in 2004, at which point the game was abandoned.

4. Marvel Vs. Capcom 3: Fate Of Two Worlds

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Capcom

Release Date: February 15, 2011

What Happened? Anyone who’s played Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes will be aware of just how broken that game was, to the point that competitive players largely agreed to make use of the poor balancing as an actual game mechanic and strategy. Still, MVC2 came out in 2000, an age before patches and updates on consoles were a thing, so there wasn’t much they could do, right?

3. Dragon Fin Soup

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Grimm Bros

Release Date: November 3, 2015

What Happened? Though the game has been very well supported and patched on PC, it’s suffered a crushing lack of customer service on PS Vita and PlayStation 4 especially. Players on these platforms have had to endure crashes, UI errors, quests that don’t work, unreadable text on the Vita and much more, all while the PC version had most problems snappily patched.

2. Tales Of Symphonia

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Namco Tales Studio

Release Date: February 2, 2016

What Happened? This port of the GameCube classic launched on PC with a litany of problems, including a resolution locked to 720p and 30 FPS, broken translations, dialogue typos, crashes, control commands that use both PS3 and Xbox 360 control schemes, slow-loading menus…and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Jesus Christ.

1. Big Rigs: Over The Road Racing

Big Rigs

Stellar Stone

Release Date: November 20, 2003

What Happened? One of the worst games ever made, that’s what. Released complete broken and unfinished in a pre-alpha state, Big Rigs remained for almost a decade the only game to score the prestigious 1/10 score from Gamespot.

I played a couple of these games and there is some truth in this list, most of these are not enjoyable because of the little bugs they forgot to fix or bad servers making multiplayer unplayable. 10 Broken Games Still not Fixed 

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