20. The Order: 1886
Never before has a game promised so much; looked so are-my-senses-fooling-me beautiful... only to result in a truly subpar product.
Yes, graphical presentation was unlike anything we'd ever seen (even if Ready At Dawn had to put some ugly black borders on the screen to keep the frame rate up), but gameplay was about as rote as you could get.
Playing it safe from top to bottom, combat was your standard cover shooter, only spiced up with limited uses of fancy steampunk weaponry. Sadly it wasn't enough to make The Order anything more than a playable brown smudge, and that's before you realise a handful of "chapters" begin and end as cutscenes.