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Despite promising interesting mechanics and gameplay, these 15 games just couldn't live up to the massive hype behind them.
Having spent a year only available on Epic Games Store, NEO: The World Ends with You is now also out on Steam. Check out the new Steam launch trailer.
"There are still many areas that we still haven’t been able to bring to life in the games, so a part of me wants to realize that in some way," says Tomohiko Hirano.
Despite the hype and marketing, some games just weren't as lucrative as others. Let's take a look at eight that struggled in sales.
With the sort of marketing (or the lack thereof) the game received, what exactly were you expecting, Square Enix?
Available via the Epic Games Store on PC, join Rindo and his friends in a journey to survive the Reapers' Game in the Shibuya UG.
The Epic Games Store listing has yet to go live but Square Enix is currently promoting the PC version's release date on its official website.
Currently available for PS4 and Nintendo Switch, the sequel sees Rindo and friends battling for survival in the Shibuya Underground.
Meanwhile, Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin debuts in third place, already having sold thrice as much as its predecessor did in its lifetime.
Meanwhile, Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: The Official Video Game sees a 43 percent increase in sales, rising from eighth to third place.
NEO: The World Ends with You sold a little over 28,000 units on PS4 and Switch for a disappointing debut in Japan.
NEO: The World Ends with You comes in at No. 10 for a tepid debut, with the majority of its sales coming on the Nintendo Switch.
It's a wonderful world, all over again.
The follow-up to the 2007 cult hit is finally here and follows new protagonist Rindo as he tries to survive the Reapers' Game.
The long-awaited follow-up to Square Enix's 2008 classic is nearly here and based on the demo, it's more than worth the wait.
From highly anticipated sequels to indie titles that have been a long time coming, take a look at ten of the biggest releases in July.
But the developers say that players who choose to do everything in the game can expect to clock in as much as a hundred hours.
The sequel to the beloved Nintendo DS title is out next month. PS4 and Switch players can partake in the demo now with progress carrying over.