Some of the most disappointing exclusive launches we’ve seen on the Xbox One.
It’s hard to look at Crackdown 3 and reconcile the game that it is with the fact that it took Microsoft five years and multiple delays to ship this product. It’s not a broken game, no, but its thoroughly dull, completely unimaginative, and overly reliant on the kind of stuff that would have been deemed outdated in an open world title even ten years ago. Crackdown 3 feels lifeless and barren and doesn’t offer much of anything that you would remember even a week after you’d been done with it. The fact that it pales in comparison even to the first Crackdown, which launched all the way back in 2007, speaks volumes about what a mess it is.