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Top 5 Worst Games of All Time; Let's have a good laugh... xD
Topic Started: Mar 11 2011, 12:44 PM (907 Views)
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Jem'Hadar Observer
Hey, I honestly haven't played too many bad games. Or really, too many games for that matter, with my first console being, believe it or not, a Wii. Most of the games I play are for PC: StarCraft, Warcraft III, Age of Empires, Star Trek Online, Star Wars Battlefront II, and StarCraft II, or GameBoy Advance: F-Zero: GP Legend, Bionicle, Crash Bandicoot, Jimmy Neutron, and two SpongeBob games. That's not to say I didn't play console games as a kid, it's just that I didn't actually own them. They were either at friends' or relatives' houses.
Edited by Taran'atar, May 27 2011, 10:45 AM.
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Well, you still could have named a few that may have came close. Instead of naming just the two you did, there has to be more than just those you may have played that could have come close to being bad.
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Jem'Hadar Observer
Hmmm, maybe Ed, Edd, n' Eddy Jawbreakers, Family Party: 30 Great Games, and my brother's copy of Madden 2005.
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Shadow Element Lieutenant
There you go, that's the spirit of five games
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CDF Second Lieutenant
I did post 5, actully it was more then 5
Fana McCloud
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Heroes of the Lance - Die, die, death, die, die, die, DIE - SUCKFEST. Yeah, I can't even form complete sentences trying to describe why this one sucks, makes the Dragonlance books look bad through its mere existence. You will have to map dungeons, you will die - lots. But that's okay I guess, they give you a whole party of peons to kill. :P

The Krion Conquest - I hate you because you're both a Megaman ripoff AND you wasted many hours of my youth hoping that there was actually a way to beat you. I don't care if I could probably beat it now - I have no idea cause I haven't bothered playing it recently. I have a three words for you: DECEPTIVE BOX ART. I thought Francesca was gonna look like the good witch of the north or something based on that crap, and instead I get a pudgy little anime witch with an oversized hat instead.

Legacy of the Wizard - You! You were freakin impossible! We spent YEARS mapping your dungeons and we still couldn't beat you! Just ARGH! And what kind of a game lets you play as the family pet anyway? Well, never mind, I guess that's kinda cool... But games with password systems suck, so nyah.

Nightshade - Yeah, your corny jokes may have been funny, and I liked the concept (it was a super hero game with a purposefully lame hero), but fighting enemies and not getting konked out and sent into yet another of Sutekh's death traps to try and escape from was pretty much impossible - and escaping from the traps gets harder and harder the more of them you're forced to do, eventually leading to an inescapable trap. And you can't save progress. F'sk me, pass.

Halo 2 - What the hell did I play this for? And why is there a cliffhanger ending? I never even got to play the third one because I don't have a 360. F'sk you Halo 2.
Julius Quasar
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CDF Commander of the Army
Super Ghouls and Ghosts: It's frustratingly hard, weak attacks, and you got no save features or passwords, yet them make you play the game TWICE in order to get to the last level and beat it.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: Manhattan Project: a poorly done repeat of the first TMNT game for the NES

ANY Addams Family game....they're too hard, bad graphics....dumb plots.

Silent Service: a crummy WW2 submarine tactical game....bad graphics, awkward game play. Half the time you get "Lost at Sea", or the enemies escape, and you never find them again.

Super Conflict: A crappy, cold-war era theme strategy game for the SNES. Like chess, but more boring.
Edited by Julius Quasar, May 28 2011, 08:31 PM.
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5. Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Battle 22- This just HAD to come out at the height of my DBZ phase, I rememer getting this game, then being immensely disappointed
4. Batman Vengence- Got this for my birthday, liked some parts, but there were just some parts that I could not stand
3. Marvel Nemesis- I was impressed by the demo, but when I got the actual game, I was addressed with a huge WTF
2. Razor Racing(PS1)- I can understand why it sold for $10
1. Shrek Super Slam(GBC)- Awful controls, ugly graphics, cheap AI. Need I say more?
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