The last few years have been dominated by games that are too complex, too complicated, or too repetitive to be fun.
They are all too familiar, and they’re all too boring.
The list goes on and on.
So we asked our readers to vote for the 10 most boring games of the year, based on the number of times they made our list of the 10 best games of 2017.
The result was an impressive 13 games that had us nodding in agreement with each other.
Games that are so boring that we could barely talk about them.
Some of the games were so dull we could hardly think of them, and some of them were so bizarrely fun we were still laughing even when we were done.
Here are the top 10 games of 2016: Games that were so boring we could scarcely talk about: The Journey (2017) The Journey is a surreal journey that sees you, as the protagonist, on a journey to discover the meaning of life.
In one of the best things we’ve seen in years, it’s so good it could be the best game ever made.
Its a journey into a world that you might expect to be very different to the one you’re inhabiting, but the game’s also a game about finding a way to make sense of the world around you.
The Journey was a huge hit at the time, but its a shame it’s a lot less fun now.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (2017, Wii U) Zelda is back, but this time it’s more like a Zelda game.
It takes a look at the past in a way that’s both surprising and heartwarming, but also very different.
Breath of The Wild, the first major Zelda game in a decade, is still one of our favourite Nintendo titles, but it’s not quite as memorable as the one we played in the last few months.
There’s a sense of excitement and danger, of exploration and discovery, of a sense that there’s more to discover.
Breath is one of those games that we’re more interested in revisiting, rather than simply replaying.
We hope you’ve enjoyed our Top 10 list of games of 2018, and we’ll be back next year with the rest of our Top 100 list of best games.