I tried an alpha version of a game called Alchemy Garden. There were a lot of issues I had with it, even though it was such a fun game concept. I know I shouldn't have expected much since it was in Alpha, but... I saw video of people being able to do certain things that I couldn't in the same gameplay.
Honestly. Warzone. I know it just came out and all but I was looking forward to playing a new battle royale that was relatively fun but its sooooo unbalanced and everyone is playing like they're on a pro team and its just way too intense.
Assassin's Creed Black Flag. I tried playing it yesterday, but it sometimes devolves into a buggy, glitchy mess. When it works well, it works fantastic, but when it doesn't, it ruins the whole game for me.
I'm trying to 100% the entire thing. Wish me luck.
There's another game that has let me down, not recently, but for a few years now, and that game is Yandere Simulator.
The point of the game is to be a yandere and eliminate all the students who have crushes on your "Senpai."
In a word, it's just bad, and not because of the story. There's no plot to the game at all, the frame rate is choppy, and the developer keeps adding in things that don't need to be added.
It took six years to add the first student rival, despite the developer getting between $2,000 and $4,000 on Patreon per month.