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AQWBlaZer91 Channel Update: 21/01/2015 Game Reviews and Top Tens, AQWorlds and Final Fantasy

Game Reviews and Top Tens

So I have been absent for a while, that is because I had some of my Christmas presents that I wanted to have fun with them before I decided to get myself back to doing some more reviews. I already worked on Battleminer for the Nintendo 3DS but however I found it a little hard to return myself to form but I will have to try and more done. Remember I am only doing reviews on games that I currently have, no next generation titles will ever be reviewed by me. I have 4 game reviews that are currently being worked on and I will post one of them when it becomes completed. These games are Call of Duty World at War on the Wii as well as the DS version, Deus Ex on PS2 and lastly Perfect Dark on GBC. I also have 5 Top Countdown Lists that I am also working on which are Best and Worst Final Fantasy Games, Worst First Person Shooter Games, Worst TV Shows Based on Video Game Franchises, and lastly a Top 50 SNES Games List which that one will not include any words on it just small opinions. Lastly I do have one game console review which I neglected to finish up, I am not sure when it will be finished but I will upload it when I can. As for first impressions I am going to hold back on that one because I recently did put up a blog explaining about the recent Nintendo Direct episode rather only briefly. I have no first impressions currently planned.

AdventureQuest Worlds

So far I have spent too much time away from one of my favourite games I play online. I will have too at some point take some time to play AdventureQuest Worlds and try to catch up on what has been happening over wise I will feel completely out of shape.

Final Fantasy

Back in 2013 I have decided to do some of the Final Fantasy games but however stopped after I completed X, X-2 and XII. I will upload a complete update blog about my current progress on the Final Fantasy Marathon that I originally intended to do. I was to play through each and perhaps at least one version of every Final Fantasy Instalment but I lacked the motivation to play them as well as stuff happening in my house that stopped me from doing them all. However since I did 7 Tales of games in a row last year I am planning to continue on after I worked on all my reviews and stuff that needs to be finished. I am going to start off with Final Fantasy XIII which I actually do have now on my XBox 360 alongside XIII-2. Oh boy this will be something to not look forward too. I haven't been able to get a cheap copy of Lightning Returns as of yet but when I finish the other games I am going to do I will find a copy of Lightning Returns and then suffer through it. I also plan to do Final Fantasy VII for the trolling stuff that Square Enix has done as well as Final Fantasy VIII cause that game scarred me for life.

I hope to continue to release new reviews of various games and do more updates when I can.

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Written by Anthony Hayball (AQWBlaZer91)

Happy Gaming to all.

Nintendo Direct 14/01/2015 Video

I have watched the new Nintendo Direct episode and I can say that I look forward to seeing Majora's Mask remastered on the 3DS. I guess that means it will be time for me to play through Ocarina of Time on 3DS in the future if possible. I recently got the Nintendo 3DS XL for Christmas and I have no interest in the "New" Nintendo 3DS and "New" Nintendo 3DS XL consoles. A new Fire Emblem game is announced for the 3DS which looks very similar to Awakening. Nintendo is launching a...n Anime Channel on the 3DS, too bad Dragon Ball Z or Bleach aren't on there, oh well. I was however disappointed the Nintendo Direct did not announce a release date for Moon Chronicles to come over to Europe but I hope that this year Renegade Kid will finally make it's announcement of some kind. Also some free to play games with Microtransactions coming out like Pokémon Shuffle, why couldn't you make it work with Play Coins instead and sell it for like £5? I am however more pleased that one of my Anticipated Games of 2014 is actually being made and it's release date is in February this year. It is called IronFall Invasion all I have to tell you is this, it is Gears of War running on a Handheld system at 60 FPS with perhaps no slowdown, single player and 6 player online multiplayer. Yes please, immediate day one download when I get the Nintendo Points.

Overall great showcase Nintendo, I do hope to hear if Moon Chronicles will ever come to Europe.

AQWBlaZer91's Top 10 Countdown: The Top 10 Most Anticipated Games of 2015

The year 2015 is on and back then many players have gotten word some new Ips coming out with various remastered classics and sequels that continue on great franchises. We can hope that this year will provide us with better games then some of the disappointing games that we got back in 2014. Games that have a release date for the UK are counted, any games that I placed on the 2013 first impression but have not been released yet are disqualified for this list. These are the picks of Most Anticipated Games of 2015.

10: Moon Chronicles

Platform: Nintendo 3DS (EShop)

Developer: Renegade Kid

Release Date due: 2015 (Hopefully)

The main reason that Moon Chronicles is on this list for 2015 is because the game has yet to arrive in Europe. For what was announced and promised that the developers have planned to release the game for it's European release as a complete single game meaning all of the episode are perhaps in a single download or a 3DS Card as a physical game. Moon Chronicles itself is a superb looking remastered game that was originally on the Nintendo DS back in 2009. The game offers multiple control options like using the Circle Pad Pro to offer Dual Analog support or using the Stylus touch screen for smooth turning and aiming. We hope that Moon Chronicles can continue to release new episodes of this remastered gem and hope that the game finally makes it's release into Europe.

9: The Order 1886

Platform: PlayStation 4

Developer: Ready at Dawn/SCE Santa Monica Studio

Release Date due: 20th February

Influenced by the Uncharted games developer Ready at Dawn has given it's New game a nice altered history of London in a steampunk setting. An Order of Knights are to protect citizens from hybrid monster men. Demos showed off the impressive gunplay and the overall presentation that shows off the PS4 technology.

8: Street Fighter V

Platform: PlayStation 4/PC

Developer: Capcom

Release Date: TBA

We all know that Capcom has a history of making tweaked versions of later Street Fighter games in order to make them fell balanced. Street Fighter V when live demos were shown may hope to change all that although we haven't got full word of the character roaster or if there are any new characters planned. What was shown was the super charged gameplay with a new revenge bar and finishers where you get special stage KOs like knocking an opponent into a corner to get a bowl of soup on the head.

7: Bloodborne

Platform: PlayStation 4

Developer: From Software

Release Date: 24th March (North America), 25th March (Europe), 26th March (Japan), 27th March (Rest of the UK)

From Software knows how to deliver every bit of punishing moments with their Souls series and their newest game Bloodborne is hoping to bring a faster combat making the player more quick to be able to take down fierce monsters. There is also a new risk versus reward system through the game's Health regeneration system, allowing the players to use within a small window of time, recover potions of lost health by actually striking back at their attacker. There are also more weapon types in the game then just typical medieval fantasy conventional weapons and also each of them can transform into different states which offers a different approach to combat. Instead of Shields there are firearms which can be useful in stunning enemies. It might even be possible for Bloodborne to have many, many different way that the player is going to die just like with the Souls games.

6: Uncharted 4 A Thief's End

Platform: PlayStation 4

Developer: Naughty Dog

Release Date: 2015

Nathan Drake is back for his newest Uncharted adventure yet that will test his physical limits, his resolve and what he is willing to sacrifice. In Uncharted fashion we can expect the series gunplay to get better and Troy Baker is said to voice Drake's older brother Sam for the game who appeared in the demo. Uncharted 4 will doubt be looking fantastic with the PlayStation 4 technology.

5: Star Wars Battlefront

Platform: PlayStation 4/XBox One/PC

Developer: EA Digital Illusions CE/Electronic Arts

Release Date: Holiday 2015

Star Wars games haven't got the best treatment in a longwhile but one of the best games that the franchises holds currently are the Battlefront games which lets players experience the major fights from the movies as a trooper as well as a Jedi in the excellent Battlefront II. This Battlefront reboot is going to use the frostbite engine to build the game as well as incorporating many elements that made Battlefront I and II impressive. This is a great chance for Star Wars to be ready to get excited over the release of the new movie and also how the final product of this new Battlefront game turns out.

4: Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain

Platform: PlayStation 3/PlayStation 4/XBox 360/XBox One/PC

Developer: Kojima Productions

Release Date: 2015

Last year Ground Zeroes was one of Konami's most questionable marketing plans considering it was an overly expensive demo to showcase how The Phantom Pain is going to be. Thankfully The Phantom Pain is the real game itself with the game being about 200 times more longer. The game wants you to relate to Venom Snake over the story of the game, enemy AI has improved in terms of awareness which is going to make sneaking or take an enemy out more challenging. The game is going to include new features like a base system which can be upgraded so that you can capture enemy soldiers, a brand new day and night cycle in real time and lastly the open world gameplay which will allow freedom to explore the world and get to missions by either plane, helicopter or motorcycle. We can hope that this game makes up for Ground Zeroes.

3: The Legend of Zelda Majora's Mask 3D

Platform: Nintendo 3DS

Developer: Nintendo EAD Tokyo

Release Date: Spring 2015

After Nintendo remastered Ocarina of Time for the Nintendo 3DS fans begun to spit out possibilities that the company will do the same with Majora's Mask. Thanks to online petitions Nintendo finally decided to remake Majora's Mask for the 3DS with enhanced character models and stereoscopic 3D graphics. Fans will no doubt be pleased that this remake is coming and what else that the game is going to include before it's release.

2: Time Crisis 5

Platform: Arcade

Developer: Bandai Namco Games

Release Date: March 2015 (Japan)

Namco's legendary Light Gun shooter has not seen a new sequel for about over 8 years from the moderately received Time Crisis 4 alongside the spinoff game Razing Storm, which their console releases tried to take a shot at the First Person Shooter market but fell with execution. Time Crisis 5 is looking to reboot the series with a new look on the gun controller and the game using two different pedals which will either control where you can attack and take cover from either the left side or the side to shoot down your enemies. There is still a two player link mode which made future Time Crisis games enjoyable in the arcade but what else is Bandai Namco going to do for the game. Let's hope this year it comes to the west also.

Honourable Mentions

Evolve (PC/XBO/PS4) 10th February

Mighty No 9 (Multiplatform) April

Mortal Kombat X (Multiplatform) 14th April

Resident Evil Revelations 2 (Multiplatform) February and March in Separate episodes

Batman Arkham Knight (XBO/PS4/PC) 2nd June 2015

1: Tales of Zestiria

Platform: PlayStation 3

Developer: Bandai Namco Games

Release Date: 22nd January 2015 (Japan), Q2 2015 (World Wide)

The Tales of franchise is close to its 20th Anniversary and thankfully its celebration couldn't be more beautiful then with the announcement of Tales of Zestiria. This new Tale is brining in many of the various Tales of related staff like Hideo Baba, Tatsuro Udo, designers Kosuke Fujishima and Mutsumi Inomata and composers Motoi Sakuraba and Go Shiina working together for the game. Tales of Zestiria is going to include various gameplay features from other titles but now including an open world style where players can freely explore the world and even fight in that same world without a separate battle screen. The battle system from Tales of Graces returns incorporating dodging and attacking at the right moments but also there is the new Fusion system taken directly from Dragon Ball Z which two different characters become one throughout the battle. Don't worry local 4 player co-operative is still there. We can also look get a glimpse of the Tales of Zestiria animation that was released recently and also plenty of DLC content that can be downloaded as well. With so much that this upcoming Tales of Installment does right it is easy to say that this game is the biggest Anticipated Game for 2015.

Do you agree with this list? What are your Anticipated games for 2015

Written By Anthony Hayball (AQWBlaZer91)

Happy Gaming to you all and please remember to stay safe.

AQWBlaZer91's Top 10 Countdown: The Top 10 Most Anticipated Games of 2015

The year 2015 is on and back then many players have gotten word some new Ips coming out with various remastered classics and sequels that continue on great franchises. We can hope that this year will provide us with better games then some of the disappointing games that we got back in 2014. Games that have a release date for the UK are counted, any games that I placed on the 2013 first impression but have not been released yet are disqualified for this list. These are the picks of Most Anticipated Games of 2015.

10: Moon Chronicles

Platform: Nintendo 3DS (EShop)

Developer: Renegade Kid

Release Date due: 2015 (Hopefully)

The main reason that Moon Chronicles is on this list for 2015 is because the game has yet to arrive in Europe. For what was announced and promised that the developers have planned to release the game for it's European release as a complete single game meaning all of the episode are perhaps in a single download or a 3DS Card as a physical game. Moon Chronicles itself is a superb looking remastered game that was originally on the Nintendo DS back in 2009. The game offers multiple control options like using the Circle Pad Pro to offer Dual Analog support or using the Stylus touch screen for smooth turning and aiming. We hope that Moon Chronicles can continue to release new episodes of this remastered gem and hope that the game finally makes it's release into Europe.

9: The Order 1886

Platform: PlayStation 4

Developer: Ready at Dawn/SCE Santa Monica Studio

Release Date due: 20th February

Influenced by the Uncharted games developer Ready at Dawn has given it's New game a nice altered history of London in a steampunk setting. An Order of Knights are to protect citizens from hybrid monster men. Demos showed off the impressive gunplay and the overall presentation that shows off the PS4 technology.

8: Street Fighter V

Platform: PlayStation 4/PC

Developer: Capcom

Release Date: TBA

We all know that Capcom has a history of making tweaked versions of later Street Fighter games in order to make them fell balanced. Street Fighter V when live demos were shown may hope to change all that although we haven't got full word of the character roaster or if there are any new characters planned. What was shown was the super charged gameplay with a new revenge bar and finishers where you get special stage KOs like knocking an opponent into a corner to get a bowl of soup on the head.

7: Bloodborne

Platform: PlayStation 4

Developer: From Software

Release Date: 24th March (North America), 25th March (Europe), 26th March (Japan), 27th March (Rest of the UK)

From Software knows how to deliver every bit of punishing moments with their Souls series and their newest game Bloodborne is hoping to bring a faster combat making the player more quick to be able to take down fierce monsters. There is also a new risk versus reward system through the game's Health regeneration system, allowing the players to use within a small window of time, recover potions of lost health by actually striking back at their attacker. There are also more weapon types in the game then just typical medieval fantasy conventional weapons and also each of them can transform into different states which offers a different approach to combat. Instead of Shields there are firearms which can be useful in stunning enemies. It might even be possible for Bloodborne to have many, many different way that the player is going to die just like with the Souls games.

6: Uncharted 4 A Thief's End

Platform: PlayStation 4

Developer: Naughty Dog

Release Date: 2015

Nathan Drake is back for his newest Uncharted adventure yet that will test his physical limits, his resolve and what he is willing to sacrifice. In Uncharted fashion we can expect the series gunplay to get better and Troy Baker is said to voice Drake's older brother Sam for the game who appeared in the demo. Uncharted 4 will doubt be looking fantastic with the PlayStation 4 technology.

5: Star Wars Battlefront

Platform: PlayStation 4/XBox One/PC

Developer: EA Digital Illusions CE/Electronic Arts

Release Date: Holiday 2015

Star Wars games haven't got the best treatment in a longwhile but one of the best games that the franchises holds currently are the Battlefront games which lets players experience the major fights from the movies as a trooper as well as a Jedi in the excellent Battlefront II. This Battlefront reboot is going to use the frostbite engine to build the game as well as incorporating many elements that made Battlefront I and II impressive. This is a great chance for Star Wars to be ready to get excited over the release of the new movie and also how the final product of this new Battlefront game turns out.

4: Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain

Platform: PlayStation 3/PlayStation 4/XBox 360/XBox One/PC

Developer: Kojima Productions

Release Date: 2015

Last year Ground Zeroes was one of Konami's most questionable marketing plans considering it was an overly expensive demo to showcase how The Phantom Pain is going to be. Thankfully The Phantom Pain is the real game itself with the game being about 200 times more longer. The game wants you to relate to Venom Snake over the story of the game, enemy AI has improved in terms of awareness which is going to make sneaking or take an enemy out more challenging. The game is going to include new features like a base system which can be upgraded so that you can capture enemy soldiers, a brand new day and night cycle in real time and lastly the open world gameplay which will allow freedom to explore the world and get to missions by either plane, helicopter or motorcycle. We can hope that this game makes up for Ground Zeroes.

3: The Legend of Zelda Majora's Mask 3D

Platform: Nintendo 3DS

Developer: Nintendo EAD Tokyo

Release Date: Spring 2015

After Nintendo remastered Ocarina of Time for the Nintendo 3DS fans begun to spit out possibilities that the company will do the same with Majora's Mask. Thanks to online petitions Nintendo finally decided to remake Majora's Mask for the 3DS with enhanced character models and stereoscopic 3D graphics. Fans will no doubt be pleased that this remake is coming and what else that the game is going to include before it's release.

2: Time Crisis 5

Platform: Arcade

Developer: Bandai Namco Games

Release Date: March 2015 (Japan)

Namco's legendary Light Gun shooter has not seen a new sequel for about over 8 years from the moderately received Time Crisis 4 alongside the spinoff game Razing Storm, which their console releases tried to take a shot at the First Person Shooter market but fell with execution. Time Crisis 5 is looking to reboot the series with a new look on the gun controller and the game using two different pedals which will either control where you can attack and take cover from either the left side or the side to shoot down your enemies. There is still a two player link mode which made future Time Crisis games enjoyable in the arcade but what else is Bandai Namco going to do for the game. Let's hope this year it comes to the west also.

Honourable Mentions

Evolve (PC/XBO/PS4) 10th February

Mighty No 9 (Multiplatform) April

Mortal Kombat X (Multiplatform) 14th April

Resident Evil Revelations 2 (Multiplatform) February and March in Separate episodes

Batman Arkham Knight (XBO/PS4/PC) 2nd June 2015

1: Tales of Zestiria

Platform: PlayStation 3

Developer: Bandai Namco Games

Release Date: 22nd January 2015 (Japan), Q2 2015 (World Wide)

The Tales of franchise is close to its 20th Anniversary and thankfully its celebration couldn't be more beautiful then with the announcement of Tales of Zestiria. This new Tale is brining in many of the various Tales of related staff like Hideo Baba, Tatsuro Udo, designers Kosuke Fujishima and Mutsumi Inomata and composers Motoi Sakuraba and Go Shiina working together for the game. Tales of Zestiria is going to include various gameplay features from other titles but now including an open world style where players can freely explore the world and even fight in that same world without a separate battle screen. The battle system from Tales of Graces returns incorporating dodging and attacking at the right moments but also there is the new Fusion system taken directly from Dragon Ball Z which two different characters become one throughout the battle. Don't worry local 4 player co-operative is still there. We can also look get a glimpse of the Tales of Zestiria animation that was released recently and also plenty of DLC content that can be downloaded as well. With so much that this upcoming Tales of Installment does right it is easy to say that this game is the biggest Anticipated Game for 2015.

Do you agree with this list? What are your Anticipated games for 2015

Written By Anthony Hayball (AQWBlaZer91)

Happy Gaming to you all and please remember to stay safe.

AQWBlaZer91's Top 10 Countdown: The Top 10 Most Disappointing Games of 2014

2014 has had quite a line up of disappointing if not terrible games. While many of them could be loved by other kinds of gamers but however the reality is that some fell short of what they expected to be. For the very time on my channel since 2011 I am here to reveal the Top Ten Most Disappointing Games of the year. Only games released in Europe will count and any games that I used on my other games of 2014 lists will not be counted.

10: Alien Isolation

Platform: Multiplatform

Developer: The Creative Assembly

Release Date: 7th October 2014 (World Wide)

Back in 2013 Alien Colonial Marines was a disastrous game and this year Alien Isolation hoped that it could bring the horror back to the Alien video game universe. It certainly goes off to a great start but however falls down by poor pacing and weak story elements. It is much better then Colonial Marines but the developers will need to put all the Alien pieces together to have a truly successful Alien game that fans will dream off.

9: Tales of Hearts R

Platform: PlayStation Vita

Developer: 7th Chord/Bandai Namco Games

Release Date: 7th March 2013 (Japan), 11th November 2014 (North America), 14th November 2014 (Europe)

There have been various Tales of games that did not shine in the west but none are as disappointing then Tales of Hearts R for the PlayStation Vita. After its original release on the Nintendo DS North American and European fans waited about 6 years to finally play one of the more received entries in the franchise but more or less a remake of it. What happened was some dumb decisions like returning the random encounter frequency that the original version of the game never had, changing the main character's name Shing to Kor, making the original Japanese voices say the original name made the localization confusing to understand and lastly the battle system is a bit of a step back from other entries. Let's just hope that the localization treatment does not happen again when Bandai Namco decides to release Tales of Innocence R in the West.

8: The Elder Scrolls Online

Platform: PC

Developer: ZeniMax Online Studios

Release Date: 4th April 2014 (World Wide)

The developers promised that Elder Scrolls Online was going to be the Multiplayer Online game with the same open ended experience that other games in the series were successful for. The game suffered with many server bugs and limited move sets for each class making some fights feel a little lifeless. Thankfully the company has recognized the issues and has begun working on fixing them and we can hope that they are solved for the XBox One and PlayStation 4 releases which may or may not come in the future.

7: Castlevania Lords of Shadow 2

Platform: PC/PlayStation 3/XBox 360

Developer: MercurySteam/Konami

Release Date: 25th February 2014 (North America), 28th February 2014 (Europe), 6th March 2014 (Australia), 4th September 2014 (Japan)

Playing as Dracula in a Castlevania game looks like a great idea on paper but its execution became rather disappointing. The lack of narrative, awful stealth missions, tedious back tracking and that anticlimactic ending ruined the fun of being the prince of darkness. Maybe the next installment could return the series back to its classic roots.

6: Assassin's Creed Unity

Platform: XBox One/PlayStation 4/PC

Developer: Ubisoft Montreal

Release Date: 11th November 2014 (North America), 13th November 2014 (Europe and Australia), 14th November 2014 (Rest of the UK), 20th November 2014 (Japan)

Ubisoft rushed their newest Assassin's Creed game and at day one it suffered with various bugs and glitches which made it look unfinished when it was launched. There was also the use of micro-transactions which was pointless to have for a an Assassin's Creed game.

5: Watch Dogs

Platform: Multiplatform

Developer: Ubisoft Montreal

Release Date: PC/PS3/PS4/360/XBO: May 27th 2014, Wii U: 18th November 2014 (North America), 21st November 2014 (Europe), 4th December (Japan)

Watch Dogs is another Ubisoft game where it suffered a very rough launch upon release. Server problems caused some players to not be able to play their early launch copies, various bugs and glitches try to ruin the fun and the PC version had Keyboard and Mouse control problems. Watch Dogs has the gameplay potential of an excellent openworld sandbox game but Ubisoft should learn a lesson about polish and ensuring that the game that is released is a qualified finished product.

4: Driveclub

Platform: PlayStation 4

Developer: Evolution Studios

Release Date: 7th October 2014 (North America), 8th October 2014 (Europe), 10th October 2014 (Rest of the UK)

If there was a driving game that showcased promise of a true driving experience just like in Gran Turismo on the old PlayStation then that would be Driveclub. It's a shame that the game received so many delays before release and when the game finally got released it didn't have as much replay value and difficulty options and it suffered with constant AI car crashing and infrequent bugs. It is shame that it wasn't the next generation driving experience that many PS4 owners where hoping and PlayStation UK executive apologized to the fans saying that this game is just a total embarrassment.

3: Thief

Platform: Multiplatform

Developer: Eidos Montreal/Nixxes Software BV (PC)/Square Enix

Release Date: 25th February 2014 (North America), 27th February 2014 (Australia), 28th February 2014 (Europe)

Although Eidos somehow managed to pull off a reboot with Deus Ex Revolution but it's a big shame that the same story was not true for Thief. After over ten years since the last game Garrett should have had a glorious return but instead it became a disappoint thanks to inconsistent frame rate drops, sub-par AI, blend storyline and characters and unrefined gameplay. Square Enix need to be put on trial for literally stealing our hard earned cash with by publishing this poorly made reboot of an old PC game.

2: BattleMiner

Platform: Nintendo 3DS (EShop)

Developer: Wobbly Tooth Games

Release Date: 10th November 2014 (North America), 11th November 2014 (Europe)

Minecraft is a game that holds an incredibly large player base and loads of user created mods and of course areas that has been shared all over the world. As expected the game made it's way to multiple consoles but never for Nintendo platforms so far but a clone of it made its way to the Nintendo 3DS. It certainly contained the gameplay of Minecraft but with big ants and guns. It is too bad the limited items that you can mine out only gave you few things to get inventive with and the openworld areas are cut and paste hill tops with no water or lava as well as being very empty and devoid of actual life. Even more upsetting was the lack of touch screen stylus support for aiming and turning while there is a Jump icon on the touch screen. So much wrongs went into that design choice. There is also some performance issues like frame rate drops, game crashes and a few glitches which also ruin what could have been both a competent First Person Shooter and a superb clone of Minecraft.

Dishonorable Mentions

Halo The Master Chief Collection

Freedom Wars

NHL 15

1: Metal Gear Solid V Grand Zeroes

Platform: Multiplatform

Developer: Kojima Productions/Konami

Release Date: PS3/PS4/360/XBO: 18th March 2014 (North America), 20th March 2014 (Japan excluding XBox One), 20th March 2014 (Europe), 21st March 2014 (rest of the UK), 27th March 2014 (Australia) PC: December 18th 2014 (World Wide)

No other game on this list would be as disappointing as Metal Gear Solid V Grand Zeroes. As we already the overall game itself is impressive and it shows how amazing The Phantom Pain is going to be. The reality is that Grand Zeroes is a prologue game to the Phantom Pain and it only lasts over an hour not counting the optional challenges and missions that you can do to try and extend the game time. It wouldn't be so disappointing if it wasn't for the steep price tag of £39.99 till the reception it got dropped the price down to £19.99 making it the number one choice for the most disappointing game of the year.

Do you agree with this list? What games of 2014 left you disappointed?

Written By Anthony Hayball (AQWBlaZer91)

Happy Gaming to you all and please remember to stay safe.

AQWBlaZer91's Top 10 Countdown: The Top 10 Most Disappointing Games of 2014

2014 has had quite a line up of disappointing if not terrible games. While many of them could be loved by other kinds of gamers but however the reality is that some fell short of what they expected to be. For the very time on my channel since 2011 I am here to reveal the Top Ten Most Disappointing Games of the year. Only games released in Europe will count and any games that I used on my other games of 2014 lists will not be counted.

10: Alien Isolation

Platform: Multiplatform

Developer: The Creative Assembly

Release Date: 7th October 2014 (World Wide)

Back in 2013 Alien Colonial Marines was a disastrous game and this year Alien Isolation hoped that it could bring the horror back to the Alien video game universe. It certainly goes off to a great start but however falls down by poor pacing and weak story elements. It is much better then Colonial Marines but the developers will need to put all the Alien pieces together to have a truly successful Alien game that fans will dream off.

9: Tales of Hearts R

Platform: PlayStation Vita

Developer: 7th Chord/Bandai Namco Games

Release Date: 7th March 2013 (Japan), 11th November 2014 (North America), 14th November 2014 (Europe)

There have been various Tales of games that did not shine in the west but none are as disappointing then Tales of Hearts R for the PlayStation Vita. After its original release on the Nintendo DS North American and European fans waited about 6 years to finally play one of the more received entries in the franchise but more or less a remake of it. What happened was some dumb decisions like returning the random encounter frequency that the original version of the game never had, changing the main character's name Shing to Kor, making the original Japanese voices say the original name made the localization confusing to understand and lastly the battle system is a bit of a step back from other entries. Let's just hope that the localization treatment does not happen again when Bandai Namco decides to release Tales of Innocence R in the West.

8: The Elder Scrolls Online

Platform: PC

Developer: ZeniMax Online Studios

Release Date: 4th April 2014 (World Wide)

The developers promised that Elder Scrolls Online was going to be the Multiplayer Online game with the same open ended experience that other games in the series were successful for. The game suffered with many server bugs and limited move sets for each class making some fights feel a little lifeless. Thankfully the company has recognized the issues and has begun working on fixing them and we can hope that they are solved for the XBox One and PlayStation 4 releases which may or may not come in the future.

7: Castlevania Lords of Shadow 2

Platform: PC/PlayStation 3/XBox 360

Developer: MercurySteam/Konami

Release Date: 25th February 2014 (North America), 28th February 2014 (Europe), 6th March 2014 (Australia), 4th September 2014 (Japan)

Playing as Dracula in a Castlevania game looks like a great idea on paper but its execution became rather disappointing. The lack of narrative, awful stealth missions, tedious back tracking and that anticlimactic ending ruined the fun of being the prince of darkness. Maybe the next installment could return the series back to its classic roots.

6: Assassin's Creed Unity

Platform: XBox One/PlayStation 4/PC

Developer: Ubisoft Montreal

Release Date: 11th November 2014 (North America), 13th November 2014 (Europe and Australia), 14th November 2014 (Rest of the UK), 20th November 2014 (Japan)

Ubisoft rushed their newest Assassin's Creed game and at day one it suffered with various bugs and glitches which made it look unfinished when it was launched. There was also the use of micro-transactions which was pointless to have for a an Assassin's Creed game.

5: Watch Dogs

Platform: Multiplatform

Developer: Ubisoft Montreal

Release Date: PC/PS3/PS4/360/XBO: May 27th 2014, Wii U: 18th November 2014 (North America), 21st November 2014 (Europe), 4th December (Japan)

Watch Dogs is another Ubisoft game where it suffered a very rough launch upon release. Server problems caused some players to not be able to play their early launch copies, various bugs and glitches try to ruin the fun and the PC version had Keyboard and Mouse control problems. Watch Dogs has the gameplay potential of an excellent openworld sandbox game but Ubisoft should learn a lesson about polish and ensuring that the game that is released is a qualified finished product.

4: Driveclub

Platform: PlayStation 4

Developer: Evolution Studios

Release Date: 7th October 2014 (North America), 8th October 2014 (Europe), 10th October 2014 (Rest of the UK)

If there was a driving game that showcased promise of a true driving experience just like in Gran Turismo on the old PlayStation then that would be Driveclub. It's a shame that the game received so many delays before release and when the game finally got released it didn't have as much replay value and difficulty options and it suffered with constant AI car crashing and infrequent bugs. It is shame that it wasn't the next generation driving experience that many PS4 owners where hoping and PlayStation UK executive apologized to the fans saying that this game is just a total embarrassment.

3: Thief

Platform: Multiplatform

Developer: Eidos Montreal/Nixxes Software BV (PC)/Square Enix

Release Date: 25th February 2014 (North America), 27th February 2014 (Australia), 28th February 2014 (Europe)

Although Eidos somehow managed to pull off a reboot with Deus Ex Revolution but it's a big shame that the same story was not true for Thief. After over ten years since the last game Garrett should have had a glorious return but instead it became a disappoint thanks to inconsistent frame rate drops, sub-par AI, blend storyline and characters and unrefined gameplay. Square Enix need to be put on trial for literally stealing our hard earned cash with by publishing this poorly made reboot of an old PC game.

2: BattleMiner

Platform: Nintendo 3DS (EShop)

Developer: Wobbly Tooth Games

Release Date: 10th November 2014 (North America), 11th November 2014 (Europe)

Minecraft is a game that holds an incredibly large player base and loads of user created mods and of course areas that has been shared all over the world. As expected the game made it's way to multiple consoles but never for Nintendo platforms so far but a clone of it made its way to the Nintendo 3DS. It certainly contained the gameplay of Minecraft but with big ants and guns. It is too bad the limited items that you can mine out only gave you few things to get inventive with and the openworld areas are cut and paste hill tops with no water or lava as well as being very empty and devoid of actual life. Even more upsetting was the lack of touch screen stylus support for aiming and turning while there is a Jump icon on the touch screen. So much wrongs went into that design choice. There is also some performance issues like frame rate drops, game crashes and a few glitches which also ruin what could have been both a competent First Person Shooter and a superb clone of Minecraft.

Dishonorable Mentions

Halo The Master Chief Collection

Freedom Wars

NHL 15

1: Metal Gear Solid V Grand Zeroes

Platform: Multiplatform

Developer: Kojima Productions/Konami

Release Date: PS3/PS4/360/XBO: 18th March 2014 (North America), 20th March 2014 (Japan excluding XBox One), 20th March 2014 (Europe), 21st March 2014 (rest of the UK), 27th March 2014 (Australia) PC: December 18th 2014 (World Wide)

No other game on this list would be as disappointing as Metal Gear Solid V Grand Zeroes. As we already the overall game itself is impressive and it shows how amazing The Phantom Pain is going to be. The reality is that Grand Zeroes is a prologue game to the Phantom Pain and it only lasts over an hour not counting the optional challenges and missions that you can do to try and extend the game time. It wouldn't be so disappointing if it wasn't for the steep price tag of £39.99 till the reception it got dropped the price down to £19.99 making it the number one choice for the most disappointing game of the year.

Do you agree with this list? What games of 2014 left you disappointed?

Written By Anthony Hayball (AQWBlaZer91)

Happy Gaming to you all and please remember to stay safe.

AQWBlaZer91 Channel Update: 31/12/2014 My Progress as of 2014

So far I had a decent time in 2014, I may have not done as many reviews and Top Tens but I did create a few good ones this year. My main accomplishment this year is beating through 7 Tales of Games on both the PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation Portable. These titles include:

Tales of Graces F (PlayStation 3)

Tales of Symphonia Chronicles which includes the original Tales of Symphonia and Tales of Symphonia Dawn of the New World. (PlayStation 3)

Tales of Xillia (PlayStation 3)

Tales of Xillia 2 (PlayStation 3)

Tales of Eternia (PlayStation Portable)

Tales of the World Radiant Mythology (PlayStation Portable)

As for the review work I only managed to make at least 11 Game Reviews and 9 Top Ten Lists. I need to work a little faster in my reviews but I plan in 2015 to do some Final Fantasy games including some of the very bad ones as I believe revenge against the series is in order. I promise every month to work on future Top Tens and get a many reviews done as possible so please do not expect me to do any of the modern games because I have loads that I want to do. By deciding to do some of the Final Fantasy games it is seriously going to pain me very hard. Before doing those games I will be working on the Anticipated games of 2015 before playing through one of the Worst Final Fantasy titles in History.

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Written by Anthony Hayball (AQWBlaZer91)

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AQWBlaZer91's Top 10 Countdown: The Top 10 Best Games of 2014

2014 may have had a few disappointing titles and if not downright awful games but it is not to say that this year have had some outstanding titles that many players enjoyed. I already talked about the Ten Worst Games of 2014 in my previous countdown list so now it is time to reveal the games of the year. Like before if games got released in Europe this they get selected for the list so games like Bravely Default and Moon Chronicles are disqualified because Bravely Default was released in the UK last year while Moon Chronicles has yet to be released in Europe.

10: Dragon Age Inquisition

Platform: XBox 360/XBox One/PlayStation 3/PlayStation 4/PC

Developer: BioWare

Release Date: November 18th 2014 (North America), November 20th 2014 (Australia), November 21st 2014 (Europe), November 27th 2014 (Japan)

Bioware outdone themselves once again in their latest entry in the Dragon Age series by carrying out their traditions, adding in tons of content and blowing away many expectations. This is how Bioware can take their gaming to next generation, not to mention that cover art is incredible.

9: Mario Kart 8

Platform: Nintendo Wii U

Developer: Nintendo

Release Date: May 29th 2014 (Japan), May 30th 2014 (North America and Europe), May 31st 2014 (Australia)

Nintendo's Wii U console has been suffering with poor sales but thankfully this year has managed to make the Wii U have games that are actually worth getting and Mario Kart 8 is one of those games. With new tracks alongside HD remastered tracks from the previous games still make it an enjoyable ride with friends and family even if people do not like getting hit by the Blue Shell.

8: Far Cry 4

Platform: PlayStation 3/PlayStation 4/ XBox 360/XBox One/PC

Developer: Ubisoft Montreal

Release Date: November 18th 2014 (North America, Europe and Australia)

Far Cry has made quite an impressive jump to next gen consoles. The environments are gorgeously stunning that you will be admiring the wilderness of the each areas you will travel too even if you do not like getting an Eagle in your face. You will be fighting for your life against humans or against wildlife to follow the story or take on sidequests in this enjoyable adventure from start to finish.

7: Destiny

Platform: PlayStation 3/PlayStation 4/XBox 360/ XBox One

Developer: Bungie

Release Date: September 9th 2014 (Europe, North America and Australia), September 11th 2014 (Japan)

Bungie's new First Person online shooter may have had some minor disappointments by some critics alike but it is hard to deny the large environments, enjoyable quests and various competitive features. While it's storyline isn't impressive to write about, Destiny is still an enjoyable MMO style game with plenty of content that is worth playing through. You would have to play through it yourself to believe how great it is.

6: Middle Earth Shadow of Mordor

Platform: PlayStation 3/PlayStation 4/XBox 360/XBox One/PC

Developer: Behaviour Interactive

Release Date: November 18th 2014 (North America), November 21st 2014 (Europe), November 26th 2014 (Australia)

Middle Earth Shadow of Mordor is a superb game for anyone who is a fan of both The Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones. It combines the best of the exploration and parkour mechanics of the Assassin's Creed series as well as the combat of the Batman Arkham games but adding in decapitations that makes the fighting of the game very brutal but satisfying. The Nemesis System also made the game quite unique.

5: Fantasy Life

Platform: Nintendo 3DS

Developer: Brownie Brown/Level-5

Release Date: September 26th 2014 (Europe), September 27th 2014 (Australia), October 24th 2014 (North America)

This is a game where you can certainly get an enjoyable life thanks to the ton of fun sidequests, 12 different jobs to try out, a great storyline to play through and gameplay that combines elements of Harvest Moon and Secret of Mana and modernising them in great ways. Like Destiny this is a game best experienced on your own to be able to appreciate it.

4: Super Smash Bros for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS

Developer: Bandai Namco Games/Nintendo

Release Date: Nintendo 3DS version: September 13th 2014 (Japan), October 3rd 2014 (North America and Europe), October 4th 2014 (Australia), Nintendo Wii U version: November 21st (North America), November 28th 2014 (Europe), November 29th 2014 (Australia), December 6th 2014 (Japan)

Super Smash Bros knows how to take the fighting franchise into both the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS consoles and they hold up very well. On the handheld it can play very well and controls well once you are used to the setup and the amount of unlockables you can do in both versions is more then worthwhile anyone's time and money. Sure it took a while for the 3DS version to get a patch to fix the multiplayer and online play but the 3DS serves as the appetizer for the Wii U version which is the main course. That version has 8 player Smash which is insane and many different control options, including the fan favourite GameCube controller support. Also who wouldn't want to have a fighting game where Mario, Sonic, Mega Man and Pac-Man end up fighting each other alongside various new characters to the roaster.

3: Dark Souls 2

Platform: XBox 360/PlayStation 3/PC

Developer: From Software

Release Date: March 11th 2014 (North America), March 13th 2014 (Australia and Japan), March 14th 2014 (Europe)

Dark Souls 2 knows how to take everything that made the other Souls games excellent and making them better like the multiplayer but still giving players many different ways to die which is still enough to make players rage quit. Combat is just as satisfying and it is just rewarding for the patience of finally taking down a big monster.

2: Bayonetta 2

Platform: Nintendo Wii U

Developer: Platinum Games

Release Date: September 20th 2014 (Japan), October 24th 2014 (North America and Europe), October 25th 2014 (Australia)

Bayonetta makes it's transition exclusively to Nintendo with the sequel which may be a bold move for the companies but however it is forgiveable because the way this sequel improves on from the first game is outstanding. Tweaking the combat mechanics and removing the quick time events during the majority of the gameplay to make it a sweet, fast and stylish action games of the year. There is also some Nintendo costumes thrown in which even though that is pushing it, it is a welcome addition alongside the character getting a haircut, her gunboots and also showing that she took down a giant serpent while surfing on a water tornado. It is how the game can improve over it's predecessor and also including it together.

Honorable Mentions

South Park The Stick of Truth (XBox 360/PlayStation 3/PC)

The Evil Within (XBox 360/XBox One/PlayStation 3/PlayStation 4/PC)

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare (XBox 360/XBox One/PlayStation 3/PlayStation 4/PC)

Wolfenstein The New Order (XBox 360/XBox One/PlayStation 3/PlayStation 4/PC)

Watch Dogs (XBox 360/XBox One/PlayStation 3/PlayStation 4/PC/Nintendo Wii U)

1: Shovel Knight

Platform: Nintendo Wii U/Nintendo 3DS/PC

Developer:Yacht Club Games

Release Date: PC version: June 26th 2014, Nintendo Wii U and Nintendo 3DS versions: June 26th 2014 (North America), November 5th 2014 (Europe), OS X version: September 13th 2014, Linux version: October 8th 2014

It took a long while for Europe to finally get this game but also it was a tough decision between either this game, Dark Souls 2 and Bayonetta 2 but Shovel Knight stood out the most this year. The game relives the old school days of the 8 Bit NES days from games like Mega Man, Castlevania, Duck Tales and Super Mario Bros 3. You play as a knight who is armed with a sharp shovel who has to rescue his friend Shield Knight and defeat The Evil Enchantress and her Order of no quarter. With an excellent mix of the old, combined with some of the best use of 2D platforming in recent memory including a brilliant soundtrack easily makes Shovel Knight take crown as my choice as the game of the year.

Do you agree with this list? What were your games of 2014? Hopefully we look forward to 2015 and I will work on the Anticipated Games of 2015 soon.

Written By Anthony Hayball (AQWBlaZer91)

Happy Gaming to you all and please remember to stay safe.

AQWBlaZer91's Top 10 Countdown: The Top 10 Worst Games of 2014

The year 2014 has ended and we are looking forward to the highlights of 2015, as always it is time to announce the lists showing off the best and worst video games of this year, starting with the worst. Many of the games released this year were a bit disappointing while other games were awful and a complete waste of money and development. Only games released in Europe will be counted for this list either if it is for download or physical media.

10: Soul Calibur Lost Swords

Platform: PlayStation 3

Developer: Project Soul/Bandai Namco

Release Date: February 6th 2014 (Japan), April 22nd 2014 (North America), April 23rd 2014 (Europe)

Here's a series that dived head first into the Free to Play fan-wagon but ended up down the pit. This poor excuse of a fighting game has the gameplay mechanics stripped down including removal of Ring Outs and let's not forget that it is a strictly Single Player game where it's nothing more then a marathon of boring quests for items with a shortened list of characters. With no online play or local multiplayer makes this a very forgettable fighting game but it is what happens when you make a game Free to Play.

9: The Amazing Spider Man 2

Platform: Multiplatform

Developer: Beenox

Release Date: April 29th 2014 (North America), May 2nd 2014 (Europe), May 7th 2014 (Australia)

Games based on movies are always going to be bad and The Amazing Spider Man 2 the game is just another example. It doesn't follow the plot of the movie and it tries too hard to emulate the gameplay feel of Batman Arkham Asylum but falls flat thanks to the poor combat controls and bad camera that takes away the enjoyment of web slinging through the town how Spider Man himself.

8: Murdered Soul Suspect

Platform: Multiplatform

Developer:Airtight Games/Square Enix

Release Date: June 3rd 2014 (North America), June 5th 2014 (Australia), June 6th 2014 (Europe), July 17th 2014 (Japan)

Ghost stories are always a scary treat when you are with people but however Murdered Soul Suspect tells us gamers a story about how underwhelming the game is. It has a storyline and main character that are very unlikable and many of the detective work involving picking stuff up in one place, go to another place and pick up more stuff which is tedious and when it comes to questions which is simply picking out the answers from the clues that you find. Honestly there is no consistency on exploration and processing only people that the game wants you too and the combat is pointless and offers no challenge what-so-ever. The game does not punish the player for getting the answers wrong and everything becomes way to easy and oftentimes tedious to playthrough. It's a poor example of how game designers make a really poor ghost story and how Square Enix can waste their time and money to publish or develop a game that is pure garbage.

7: Dungeon Keeper

Platform: iOS

Developer: Bullfrog Productions/Eletronic Arts

Release Date: 29th January 2014 (All Regions)

EA decided to reboot one of the classics that is Dunegon Keeper into today's gaming world but however decided to aim this reboot into the mobile world of gaming as a free-to-play game with pay to win micro-transactions. It is one of their most offensive scams just to anger gamers combining with terrible and money stealing gameplay that ruins everything players may had memories of with Dungeon Keeper back in 1997.

6: The Legend of Korra

Platform: Multiplatform

Developer: Platinum Games

Release Date: October 22nd 2014 (All Regions)

Platinum Games is well known for doing such titles like Baynotta and Vanquish and so just because they could they decided to jump onto the Avatar Universe with The Legend of Korra which was based on the TV Show of the same name. Their overall execution was a dull, messy game with plenty of missed opportunities, you cannot combine the bending skills which is very disappointing and the enemies and the overall experience is very repetitive and has a lot of awful difficulty spikes on top of the bad camera. This game is nothing more then a real disappointment of capturing the feel of being the Avatar.

5: Escape Dead Island

Platform: PlayStation 3/XBox 360/PC

Developer: Fatshark AB

Release Date: November 18th 2014 (North America), November 21st 2014 (Europe), November 28th 2014 (Australia)

Dead Island has gotten two entertaining titles that were indeed flawed but however enjoyable compared to this wasteful spinoff game. Most of the core gameplay from the other games were sadly absent and the gameplay has dumb zombies, health regeneration and way too much ammo that makes the game way too easy and boring and non scary. The storyline was worthless and the characters are just downright unlikable. The game suffers from plenty of game breaking bugs were the game would freeze and you would have to play frustrating sequences all over again. Stay away from that island at all costs!

4: Duck Dynasty

Platform: Multi-platform

Developer: FUN Labs

Release Date: October 14th 2014 (North America), October 15th 2014 (Europe)

How about a game based on the American reality TV Show featuring the Robinson family. The gameplay consists of boring minigames such as Calling Ducks, Shooting ducks, driving back and forth and fishing and it goes on for the entire game. Stick to the TV show and toss that game of the boat and don't even bother with this trash.

3: Yaiba Ninja Gaiden Z

Platform: PlayStation 3/XBox 360/PC

Developer: Comcept

Release Date: March 18th 2014 (North America), March 19th 2014 (Europe), March 25th 2014 (Australia), March 27th 2014 (Japan)

Ninja Gaiden certainly doesn't need to have a Ninja who has a creepy obsession with panties or zombie clowns that really seems out of place. This Ninja is untrained against the horde thanks to the annoying camerawork and gameplay that is way to difficult keep control off. This is a Ninja game so bad that it fails the trial and needs to learn strict discipline of being the Ninja warrior.

2: Sonic Boom Rise of Lyric

Platform: Wii U

Developer: Big Red Button Entertainment/Sega

Release Date: November 11th 2014 (North America), November 21st 2014 (Europe), November 29th 2014 (Australia), December 18th 2014 (Japan)

Sonic has never been left so down then with Sonic Boom Rise Lyric, a game so bad that it overtakes against the 2006 Sonic game. Sonic moves at a very slow pace, speed sections that are just painful with obstacles that are difficult to avoid and combat being far to repetitive and boring even for a Sonic game. It doesn't help that game runs on a very bad frame rate, awful ingame engine graphics and the game is littered with bugs and glitches alongside some glitches that let you skip various portions of the game entirely. Playing it with a second player makes the game worse by lowing the graphics quality completely and more glitches that can hold your progress entirely. Not a single moment of this travesty stands out and the presentation is just terrible with weak music and annoying voice acting since every character does not shut up. It is unbelievable that poor Sonic would even have a game that is this badly designed and no fun by a child standards.

Dishonourable Mentions

Rambo The Video Game (PS3/360)

Warhammer 40,000: Storm of Vengeance (PC Steam)

How to Train Your Dragon 2 (PS3/360/Wii/Wii U/Nintendo 3DS)

Enemy Front (PS3/360/PC)

Tenkai Knights Brave Knights (Nintendo 3DS)

1: Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy XIII & XIII-2 on Steam

Developer: Square Enix

Final Fantasy, oh Final Fantasy you just have not learned your lesson have you? Square Enix is now beginning to troll the fan base with not only the third game in the XIII Trilogy but also releasing XIII and XIII-2 onto Steam which were awful games to begin with. Lightning Returns is an obsolete abomination of a J-RPG taking the worst ideas of MMOs and sticking them together to create one of the worst Final Fantasy experiences yet. You have a Time Limit for each day to try and do each of the various quests to boost your strength instead of grinding for Experience in battles making progression rather difficult and unfair if you couldn't do them in time. Some of the quests are downright stupid and sometimes finding those quests is a chore without a walkthrough guide, the battle system was terrible making character movement worthless and making you relay on constant class changing with a slow ATB bar. The storyline is easily the worst that the game offers, not just because of absurd plot but Lightning herself who is just as obnoxiously terrible and devoid of life or emotion as she was in the previous games just like her companions, their voices are also badly dubbed as well. Lightning Returns is no doubt the worst of the entire FFXIII trilogy and the fact that it is coming to Steam next year alongside the announced PlayStation 4 re-releases of the entire trilogy means that Square Enix is deliberately ruining the fan base, one announcement and game release at a time. To top it all off Square Enix trolled the fans with a announced Final Fantasy VII port on PS4 which in reality it's the PC version on a console and lastly there could be a possible Final Fantasy XII release just with HD visuals on the PS4 alongside FFX/X-2. All that needs to be said is that unless Final Fantasy XV gets released in time, it is too late to save the franchise.

Do you agree with this list? What were your worst game choices of 2014? Tomorrow I will release the Best games of 2014.

Written By Anthony Hayball (AQWBlaZer91)

Happy Gaming to you all and please remember to stay safe.

My Christmas List of 2014

I have had a very nice Christmas with my family and I got a ton of presents at that day.

Presents I got:

1. 2 Packs of Deodorant

2. 2 Packs of White Socks

3. 1 Pack of Black Socks

4. A Jumper

5. A T-Shirt

6. A Robix Cube

7. Destiny (PlayStation 3)

8. Call of Duty Advanced Warfare (PlayStation 3)

9. Nintendo 3DS XL Console

10. Fantasy Life (Nintendo 3DS)

I really like all my presents and I hope I get round to doing the games so Merry Christmas and have a Happy New Year.