Best and worst GTA, FIFA, Call of Duty games: where’s your favorite entry?

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To celebrate National Video Game Day this past weekend, a company has ranked the best and worst titles from popular game series.

The top ten most popular franchises of all time include Grand Theft Auto, Call of Duty, Pokemon, Assassin’s Creed, and FIFA.

In a research conducted by BestOnlineCasinos, the company looked at the highs and lows of its best-selling game series — based on IMDB ratings.

Unsurprisingly, GTA 5 is the highest-rated game in the Grand Theft Auto series, while 1999’s GTA 2 is the lowest-rated entry.

Next up is the Pokemon franchise, which peaked with Crystal and HeartGold. Both games scored an impressive 8.8/10 on IMDB. Recent entry Sword and Shield is the lowest rated, with an average of 7.3/10.

This is likely due to the pre-release controversy regarding the removal of generations of Pokemon.

Mario Kart is the third most acclaimed franchise, culminating in the release of Mario Kart 64 and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.

Both games have an average score of 8.8/10, compared to just 7.3/10 for Mario Kart: Super Circuit and Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit at 7.3/10.

Other game franchises include Assassin’s Creed, which peaked at 9.1/10 for Assassin’s Creed 2. Assassin’s Creed Unity, on the other hand, has a score of 7.1/10.

FIFA is the lowest average-rated global franchise in the top ten, with an average rating of 6.98/10 for the entire series.

The best game in the FIFA franchise is FIFA 13 with 8.1/10, while FIFA 21 brought the average down with its 4.5/10 average rating.

Finally, there’s the Call of Duty franchise, which has an overall average rating of 7.66/10 for the series as a whole.

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare has an average score of 9/10, while Call of Duty Black Ops 4 has a score of 5.5/10.

Speaking of Call of Duty, it will be interesting to see how the new game fares when it launches later this year.

Call of Duty Vanguard fans can try the game early by joining this week’s open beta.

The Vanguard beta kicks off on September 16 and features a look at the new Champion Hill tournament mode.

Champion Hill made his debut at the recent Alpha test. It is described as a multi-arena survival tournament, “where tactics and strategy are combined with fast-paced action, close-quarter gunplay”.

The Vanguard beta also includes classic game modes such as Team Deathmatch, Domination, and Kill Confirmed.

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