The Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition
launch has been a rocky one to say the least. From a litany of bugs and glitches through to downright ugly rain effects (like borderline impossible to play when it rains) apparently files and code for the controversial "hot coffee" mini-game were found in addition to missing songs from the original soundtracks.
Plus, several unappealing re-interpretations of old character models. Plus, being able to see the entire mag due to the removal of fog.
Broadly speaking the game's crushed blacks and contrast levels also make it hard to see finer detail.
Due to the files that resulted in a multi-million dollar lawsuit being there, Rockstar removed the game from sale over the weekend. It's back now, though it doesn't change the overall sentiment that the release has been controversial for other reasons. Namely, the ones above.