February 27, 2004

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2004.02.27 Wookie Dance... NOT!

Repeat episode.

From: Jim Taylor
In your opinion what are the worst videogames you have played across all generations and platforms? Games so poorly executed that they aren't worth being chewed by the family dog?

Note: Everyone already knows how bad E.T. on the VCS/2600 was, so no need to mention.

Adam: Superman 64 for the N64
Morgan: Charlie's Angels

Posted by John Highway at February 27, 2004 11:24 PM | TrackBack

Back to the Future for the NES... that game blew chunks. Worst part is that I rented it first and learned of its suckage. Then a few weeks later my dad bought it for me as a surprise thinking I'd love it. I accepted it gracefully and then burned it outside. That was before I learned that burning plastic is very bad for your lungs.

Posted by: Shawn (from at March 1, 2004 09:51 AM

Morgan won the playboy.com poll!
Yay! Go, Morgan!
They'll probably mention it on Unscrewed.

Posted by: Winged VoX (from at March 1, 2004 05:52 PM

oh god, i'll name the recent ones...

Medal of Honor: Rising Sun
Lord of the Rings: return of the king
Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior (worst audio i've ever heard)
any Myst game
any Myth game
Shogun Total war

i have reasons for hating these games, some had some good points, others had no good points.
ROTK had a nice combo system and a decent fighting system but i broke my fav xbox pad from throwing it across the room in frustration of the camera angles. Rising Sun i hated because it made it seem like 1 man single handedly won the war, that and the game was too short and easy (i cannot stand a game i beat in one night). Fire warrior was so god awful it makes me dry heave at the thought of wasting any money on it, i did like throwing them like a ninja star into my basement wall. Shogun total war was horrible, and so was Myth. Myst...if i wanted a good puzzle i would get a 10,000 piece jigsaw.

i'm sorry if any of my opinions on games offend others, actually...i don't care if they do:)

Posted by: Micah (from at March 5, 2004 02:12 AM
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