You mean the arguments for Jazzpunk were bad right? Destiny absolutely belonged on the list and should've been higher (come at me).
I have to say super disappointed how NO ONE (save for a weak attempt by Alex) put up any fight Bayonetta 2 to actually win the top spot. I was expecting a knockdown, drag out fight and it was just a whimper. None of them had a negative thing to say about Bayonetta 2, while I've heard so many criticisms of Mordor...and yet the latter won easily. That just blows my mind. All I kept hearing is "Bayonetta is teh incrediblez u gaiz". So fucking anti climatic.
"Bayonetta 2 is just more Bayonetta". Meanwhile Mordor is MORE ASSASSIN'S CREED/BATMAN COMBAT. To make it even more contradictory/hilarious in the Worst Trend category Ubisoft style games was one of the top three voted worst things. Like...my mind was spinning listening to this.
Does anyone else feel that Bryan's announcement was a waste? I understand they want to build hype for the Royal Rumble, especially now that's is only a 30 man rumble, but seeing Bryan burst out of the tunnel as a surprise entrant would have been amazing. Remember when Cena returned months early from injury and the place went nuts? Bryan coming out, after months of silence and career ending speculation, would have been huge.
You could even have him and Reigns end up as the last two, sparking a possible rivalry after Wrestlemania once Brock leaves.
Or is this too much forethought for the WWE?
I agree completely. Imagine it's number 30 and Bryan comes out. The place would explode, and would also be sort of a nod to last year when it was Rey and people were angry as hell. That segment was pointless, because they foreshadowed all night he wouldn't retire. Now Barrett is back too. What possible surprises could be left?