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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 (896 Views)
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Heheh.

1. "Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon", for the CD-i. Yes, the video game they make YouTube Poops out of. Played it with my cousins when I was 3. Just imagine what those cutscenes look like to a 3-year-old.

2. "Battlestar Galactica", for the PC. Craptastic controls, needed energy to do a barrel roll, all the fighters felt identical, visible lines marked the boundary zones for where you could and couldn't play, no voice acting, boring campaign, and wingmates who really did nothing.
 
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As Tyralak put it, "the CD-i and the Virtual Boy form the Craptastic Duo of Fail".
 
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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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Hmmm, maybe Ed, Edd, n' Eddy Jawbreakers, Family Party: 30 Great Games, and my brother's copy of Madden 2005.
 
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