14 Games That Made The Worst Transition From 2D To 3D

Not every game made the transition to 3D as smoothly as Mario or Zelda. Here are 15 games that made the worst transition from 2D to 3D.

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When games began to make the transition to 3D every series under the sun tried to hop on the bandwagon. But not everyone was as successful as others. Here are the 14 games that made the worst transition from 2D to 3D.

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Street Fighter EX 

Street Fighter may be the best example of a series that should solely exist in the second dimension. The intricate combos, precise spacing, and move inputs were all meant for opponents who were face-to-face. Street Fighter EX tried to improve the gameplay by putting combatants in a 3D arena where they could strafe around their foe. The result was a game that spat in the face of everything that Street Fighter stood for. Some series should just stay in the second dimension for their own good.

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  • Godmars

    Think that lists like this, the mentality behind them, miss that mistakes have to be made to progress. noone gets it right the first time.

  • snake8989

    Trine 3 not in the list.


 

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