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eFootball 2022 dominates the list of worst games of 2021 according to Metacritic - Nerd4.life

eFootball 2022 dominates the list of worst games of 2021 according to Metacritic – Nerd4.life

Metacritic Publishes its year-end reports and consolidates the votes of critics and users. 10 Worst Games of 2021, Shows how it is eFootball 2022, Especially with regard to the PC version, both are considered absolutely bad.

So let’s take a look at Metacritic’s “worst 10” or 2021 worst games ranking Average ratings by critics, The first place is placed in the descending order in the sense that it corresponds to the game with the lowest metascore, hence the absolute worst, the poll to grow to the tenth place, thus indicating “less bad”:

  1. eFootball 2022 (PC) – 25
  2. Balan Wonderworld (Switch) – 36
  3. Werewolf: The Apocalypse (PS4) – 42
  4. Taxi Chaos (PS4) – 42
  5. Bird and Cage (PC) – 44
  6. GTA The Trilogy: The Definitive Edition (Switch) – 47
  7. I saw black clouds (PS4) – 48
  8. Arkham Horror: Mother’s Warmth (PC) – 48
  9. Ghost skin (PC) – 48
  10. Negromunda: Rental Guns (PS4) – 49

EFootball 2022 has been talked about for a long time, and despite all its technical issues and shortcomings in content and structure, it is in a very similar scenario to GTA’s Code of Arms. Trilogy: The definitive version.


Confused Messi became the symbol of eFootball 2022

For the rest, the other titles are certainly lesser known and exciting, but some of these represent even more significant events, namely Balan Wonderworld, which led to the relaunch of Sonic creator Yuji Naga.

So 4 games for PC, 4 games for PS4 and two Nintendo Switch (specific versions of cross-site titles) to create this “dirty decade”. Meanwhile, today we just released a selection of the 10 worst games of 2021 on Multiplayer.it, and it’s worth looking at.

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