Nailing an experience's length is easier said and done, and one way or another, these games left a little to be desired on that front.
This is how you strike fear into your foes' hearts.
While many of these games are great in their own right, one cannot help but ignore the fact that they are poorly paced in some shape or form.
With post-apocalyptic games being such a popular genre, there are bound to be a few bad ones here and there. Here are 15 such underwhelming games.
Sony has provided updated sales figures for its PC releases so far. SIE Bend Studio's Days Gone has sold over 850,000 units on the platform.
Looking for a stiff challenge in a vast open world? Look no further.
Jeff Ross has confirmed joining the team and said he's "thrilled with the project, and especially the team of really wonderful people."
We hope to see more of these worlds one day.
Recent reports have brought interesting details about the cancelled sequel to light- what the hell happened to it?
Horror games are known for having some exquisite assortment of weapons, and here are the best of the best.
The former director of Days Gone, Jeff Ross, talks about him finding one of the boss fights in the game terrible, and how budget constraints affected the pacing.
Days Gone director Jeff Ross recently talked about a couple of his failed pitches after Days Gone 2 in a recent livestream with God of War creator David Jaffe.
Former Days Gone director recently stated that the game had sold at least as much as 9 million units- though that may not be entirely accurate.
Despite selling even more after his departure, Jeff Ross says, "Local studio management always made us feel like it was a big disappointment."
Sony's PlayStation consoles have been host to some of the most memorable worlds of all time. Here's a look at some of the largest.
The short answer is yes, yes they should.
From sweeping vistas to in-depth cities with unforgettable adventures, these open world titles have definitely stood out throughout the years.
The future isn't all it's cracked up to be, especially when it's in shambles like these games. Nevertheless, they make for a very fun time.
Whether you want to create images with animated elements or toy around with numerous filters, these photo modes are the ticket.
These titles may not have met with the most positive critical responses but have been appreciated by players throughout the years.