Duke Nukem Forever 'most disappointing' game release

Duke Nukem tops charts of year's disappointing games

Duke Nukem Forever has been voted the most disappointing game release of 2011, beating Dragon Age II and LA Noire

Duke Nukem Forever has been voted the most disappointing gaming release of the past 12 months, snatching the unwanted gong from other worthy winners such as Dragon Age II and LA Noire.

Following a 15 year wait, gamers were seemingly left bitterly disappointed by the arrival of Duke Nukem Forever with 41 per cent of 1,671 gamers questioned by comparison website Playr2, describing it as the ‘most disappointing release’ of the past year.

Dragon Age II came in second place, followed by Crysis II, LA Noire and Brink.

Completing the top 10 list of games which disappointed during the past 12 months were Killzone 3, Dead Space II, Need for Speed: Shift 2, Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare and Marvel vs. Capcom 3 – Fate of Two Worlds.

“Given all the bad reviews that surrounded the release of Duke Nukem Forever, it wasn’t surprising to see it clinch the top spot as the most disappointing game for the past 12 months,” Simon Kilby founder of Play2r said. “I think fans and reviewers alike felt let down by the storyline and graphics, with it failing to impress many.”

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