3. Mirror’s Edge Catalyst
And this year’s sequel Mirror’s Edge Catalyst had largely the same faults as its 2008 predecessor, also failing to deliver a good story or interesting characters to root for, even if female protagonist Faith is a quite likeable character. But the story set in the futuristic city of Glass doesn’t really click despite the game’s interesting sci-fi setting, while the melee combat is not much fun either.
Of course, Mirror’s Edge has always been about the free-running and parkour, and traversing the game’s open world on foot while avoiding obstacles and making daring jumps is still fun, but clearly this is game that could have been so much more though.