Halo: Spartan Assault
Halo: Spartan Assault may be on consoles now, but it's still just a mobile game at its core, using the same tired microtransaction tactics to try to squeeze more money out of you. It's just been cheaply ported over so you can use a controller--which, at least, does work much better than the Surface inputs ever did. Sarah Palmer's story, as much as I like the character, isn't enough to make this anywhere near a worthwhile purchase. The developers couldn't even tack on local co-op, which I would've enjoyed when taking on the Flood. It's easily the worst experience to ever be branded with the Halo name, and fans won't miss much by mercifully passing on this one.