Originally revealed at the 2019 Game Awards, Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance showed plenty of promise coming from Wizards of the Coast owned-Tuque Games. However, the game launched in June to a decidedly mixed reception due what many felt was dull and repetitive combat, a lackluster story, and difficulty spikes that made the game not very solo friendly. On top of all that, the game was riddled with bugs and issues which further impacted the experience.
While the launch experience was no doubt disappointing, especially for those who enjoy spending time in that world, the feedback did not go unheard. Thankfully, developer Tuque Games issued a statement outlining plans to fix the game, and already began the process a few months ago, releasing a patch to improve the AI while also fixing the multiplayer connection stability and rubber-banding issues.
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - Definitive Edition
Taking some of the most beloved games in the Grand Theft Auto franchise and improving them for a modern audience all in one package was quite the hype-inducing feat. Combining Grand Theft Auto 3, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, developer Grove Street Games attempted to update the game's lighting, driving, HUD, character models and more. However, things didn't go quite according to plan as the release was marred by all sorts of issues including glitches, bugs, wonky visuals, and more.
There's been no shortage of weird visual glitches and issues posted to social media by players, including the rain effects from GTA: San Andreas that can not only go through solid objects but hurt the eyes as well. Fans have been outright frustrated and disappointed by the many issues present with some of these beloved games, modders have even taken it upon themselves to fix the game before official updates can be rolled out.
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