The Worst Games of 2017 So Far (First Half)

Great games exist, unfortunately, horrendous ones also exist. When we made a list of the best games of 2017’s first half, we are also bound to make a list of the ones that got tossed into the Sarlacc Pit.

Let’s get down to business now, shall we? Here are the lowest-rated games in Sirus Gaming:

Troll and I

Platform: Xbox One | Developer: Spiral House | Other Platforms: PC, PS4
Score: 2.5 / 10 | Reviewed by: Lexuzze Tablante

Troll and I does do an amazing job of trolling people with its awful overall quality and expensive price tag. Spiral House just showed how incompetent they are when making video-games. I don’t recall playing one of their games, but this one is just disgusting.” – Read the full review.


Platform: PC | Developer: Pixel Titan | Other Platforms: PS4
Score: 4.0 / 10 | Reviewed by: Lexuzze Tablante

“STRAFE as of now feel unfinished, and is too reliant on its successful marketing campaign. If you are an absolute diehard for these type of games, I implore you to look up Brutal Doom instead.” – Read the full review.

Lethal League

Platform: Xbox One | Developer: Team Reptile | Other Platforms: PS4, PC
Score: 3.0 / 10 | Reviewed by: May Alturas

“Even with moments of trivial gaming here and there, I still have hopes for this game that maybe they will have this upgraded soon or someone out there will prove me wrong. Who knows?” – Read the full review.

Demon’s Crystal

Platform: PS4 | Developer: Byte4Games | Other Platforms: PC, Xbox One, Mobile
Score: 4.0 / 10 | Reviewed by: Lexuzze Tablante

Demon’s Crystal is another flawed twin-stick shooter and is not even worth your time at all if you want to play this alone. The local multiplayer experience has shed some little hope in Demon’s Crystals, but the lack of online feature makes the game unconvincing unless if you like on-the-couch experience with friends.” – Read the full review.

Akiba’s Beat

Platform: PS4 | Developer: Acquire | Other Platforms: PS4, PS Vita
Score: 4.0 / 10 | Reviewed by: Carlo Cutanda

“Playing Akiba’s Beat is a test of will and patience. Instead of building up from the previous game, it stripped it down to a simple 4 stage adventure. The standard cycle should be this: Find the person causing the delusions, convince them that this is bad, destroy the Grand Phantasm and break the delusion. 4 steps. 4 freaking steps for every delusion but these guys will throw you every which way just to make sure you get that minimum 40 hours that is expected from an RPG.” – Read the full review.