1. Any sports game consisting of the 3 letter acronym of Nba, Nfl, Nhl ..i think you getthe point, Pretty much to me it just seems like its the same game every year, minus some improvements in gameplay, but with different names , and maybe announcers.
2. Street Fighter..yes i dared say it, To me Kof has always been much better( except for 12 it was a letdown) and consisting of a much more diverse set of characters( not saying others dont have clones..but they dont make 4 of the exact same character), Ill admit SF4 , and its many different forms have made it a little better , but justthe fact youve the 4 shoto clones, not counting Gouken, Evil Ryu and Oni, there are pretty much clones of each characters sprused up a bit ..that and personally to me releasing over 30+ plus games and they just now made it to the Technical number 4 , after what seems like 30 years seems rather..you know lazy? Where as other great fighting games exsist such As the Late Guilty Gear, Mark of the wolves, King of Fighters, Power Instinct: Matrimelee, BlazBlue.. heck even Virtua fighter. To me its overrated for the fact it casts huge shadows on other fighting games when ..yeah they may have copied or used the same formula ..but made it much better.
3. And lastly..i really dont have a game to pick on , but more like a small issue within a genre, i enjoy all , including Fps , i just happen to miss the days of offline multiplayer where you had bot opponents to where, if you had no one to play with that you ..you had some sorta enjoyment from beating the campaign , Like in perfect darks case , you had nearly ..30 different lvls of bots to choose from , from the Perfect sim who dont miss, or the lousy ..Meat sim? I dont remember but just the whole not feeling left out. Newer shooters you do , especially when your not able to connect online or something , it makes the offline player feel alienated, or at least it does myself.
Thats more of a complaint then about overrated games, but then again whats the definition of being overrated? Im sure its different from person to person.