Not sure what games I mentioned last time, so excuse me if I repeat myself here.
First of all, GTA V gets a mention from me. The game itself is amazing, and even now I'm still exploring and finding new stuff, but the reason I mention it is becuse out of all of the games in the series, GTA V seems to have the less replayability factor out of them all, and the least one that actually makes me want to still play it after completing the game. The side missions are absolute wank, such as traversing the whole ocean in a slow-as-f*ck submarine, collecting items for absolutely no reason. Even now, I can still pop in the likes of San Andreas etc, knowing there's a ton of side stuff that actually interest me, such as the collecting of cars for the import/export etc. Just feels like they tried too hard on making it the most realistic game of the franchise, that they lost a lot of the gameplay value.
Don't even get me started on the online...
Next up is Battlefield Hardline. Money is very tight for me at the moment, so it's very rare I pick a brand new game up, which are rare anyway due to me still playing on the 360. I played the BETA of the game, and even though it had some bugs, the gameplay was promising, so thinking that these bugs would be sorted for release, I bought it...wow, mistake! Starting off with the graphics, the textures are non-existent, which at first I thought may just be down to slow loading issues, but no, the textures don't load at all. The premise of the gameplay is brilliant, but in reality it gets very dull and tedious after a while. The bugs still exist in the game, from players floating in mid-air and the likes. Then there's the issue of how much EA have blatantly left out of the game to make some extra cash in DLC packs, which was obvious before the game was released as EA were mentioning the DLC. 4/5 weapons per class, that is a f*cking joke.
I still play it now and then, but not as much as I was hoping to when I bought the game.
A game I've recently just completed, AC: Revelations also gets a mention in this. Whoever came up with the defense side missions needs a swift boot to the face. Absolutely tedious and annoying. Not to mention the guards with guns who you can't take down either, or the fact that the rock throwers always seem to have a 100% hit rate...infuriating. Good game, just a few slightly annoying issues.
And as some of you have mentioned, a few of the NFS games can be mentioned too. NFS: Undercover and The Run...Undercover is the most simplistic racing game ever, and yes I get it was made for the older gen on consoles, but thats still no excuse. And The Run just too away most of the NFS elements and gave you a generic street racing game.
Think I remember the games I mentioned before, but if not, then they would be Burnout Paradise and SSX...2 games that simply killed the series in every way possible.