The flip side of the coin from a thread I posted a couple years ago... what are you least favorite game titles?
I mean the actual titles of games, the ones on the box (ha ha, imagine games having boxes still): the ones that make no sense, that give a wrong idea or no idea of what the game is about, the ones that turn you off from ever wanting to check the game out.
I'll start things off... Most of the titles that really annoy me are the ones that turn off potential players by being really unmemorable, or being so generic that it's a pain in the butt to Google information about them. Some examples:
Hunt: Showdown - This is a PvPvE battle royale variation by Crytek with some unique mechanics and an interesting Southern Gothic setting, but the title couldn't be much more generic and I think it's half the reason the game has never taken off in popularity despite being in early access for a year and a half now.
Control - This is one of my favorite games of the past couple years if not all-time but the title is basically un-Google-able. If you don't search for something really specific like "Control game Remedy" or the name of a specific boss or level or something like that good luck.
Due Process - This is a really promising new indie shooter which is basically R6: Siege with constantly changing procedurally generated maps and sort of a PS1 aesthetic. The title sounds like wannabe Ace Attorney.
And some dishonorable mentions I had in the old thread:
Crysis and Far Cry are pretty terrible titles we've gotten so used to that nobody thinks about it anymore.
Destiny - This could be literally anything.
Apex Legends - So bad it inspired its own alternate title generator meme site