2023 saw some of the best video game releases of all time, but what about the clunkers? These are the 10 worst video games of 2023, as reviewed by the Gamepur staff.
Disclaimer: This list consists of games that were reviewed by Gamepur throughout 2023. That means some notably terrible games (like Skull Island: Rise of Kong) that are absent from the list by virtue of being so bad that no one here wanted to touch them. Unfortunately, not all Gamepur reviewers were so lucky, as there were plenty of video game packages of excrement to pass around.
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Blood Bowl 3 faced several years of delays before it was ready to hit the market. Unfortunately, it still wasn’t quite up to snuff, as it entered the field with a couple of injuries in the form of bugs and performance issues.
While Blood Bowl 3 had better tutorials and single-player content than its predecessor, it was also mired in microtransactions that further ruined the experience. The deluge of passes and premium currencies just weren’t appropriate for a game that launched in such a sorry state.
The One Piece franchise has had a banner year, with the live-action show being a surprise hit that faithfully adapts the series, while the manga storyline continues to reach new heights of quality, with the current arc gripping readers week by week.
Unfortunately, One Piece Odyssey let the side down, being one of the worst games of the year. While it looked and sounded great, it was just way too easy and linear to be fun, acting as a game that played itself. It also didn’t help that the story is confusing for newcomers, which is a bad idea in the year thatRead more on gamepur.com