Not quite, Empire Of Sin is my most disappointing game of 2020. Was pretty excited and hyped for that one.
Cyberpunk wasnt everythinh I wanted, but the fact I keep going back and playing it and thinking about has shown how invested and loving it I am.
I was much more disappointed by No Man's Sky Origins than anything else this year.
Yeah it was a free DLC to a four-year-old game.
But it was supposed to be the update where they finally overhauled planet generation and biomes and creatures, and made the game like the original trailers etc.
But nope. Not even close.
Same basic planets, except now some have big mountains, and there's occasionally a super-cheesy "swamp" planet where every one had the same sawed-off trees that look like something I could make in Blender in like 5 minutes.
And they still didn't even fix the creatures with shrunken heads and hunchback diplosaurs. Why can't they just make creatures that stand up straight? Did someone else copyright good posture?
And the game still erases my damn discoveries.
So yeah... after sticking with that game from the beginning, hoping year after year the next update would be the one that didn't make the game into a bugfest from hell for four months but instead set things right that once went horribly wrong... I think I have finally given up hope that it will ever become what it could easily have been, had it not been made in such a way that every planet is not really procedurally generated at all, but rather, is baked from an extremely limited set of template files that even the modding community has seen and been like "wtf why are there only like 15 planet templates and 7 creature types".