The gaming industry keeps growing every day. At times it’s at an incredibly accelerated rate. This often times leads gaming companies to create either really good games or really bad games. You probably know your fair share of great games. However, did you ever wonder what were the worse video games that ever existed? You probably have and if you didn’t, it’s best to know so you can avoid such games and save yourself a couple bucks.
Gamesradar says: “The Game seems to focus all of its attention on Cat woman herself, and you have to give the developers credit for actually paying Halle Berry to voice the character in-game. The main goal seems to be making Cat women pose in the most provocative ways possible. Strangely, almost all of the milquetoast combat ends with tossing some goon into a garbage dumpster, which is a pleasant reminder of how to dispose of the disc”.
Ouch for that harsh criticism. However, the game itself was terrible as well as the movie so it’s no surprise at all for a lot of people the criticism it received.
The horrible voice acting and boring gameplay made a terrible gaming experience. The storyline is even worse than the game. The lack of effort put into this game was a clear reason as to why it failed so badly.
Final Fantasy: All the Bravest
This game will only take all your money. If you happen to be stuck in a level or you are out of turns, you have to wait until the gauge fills up or pay to continue. That’s what this game is all about: waiting or paying. A lot of games actually do this quite a lot, however this game is even worse when it comes to waiting for the gauge to fill up. They do this on purpose so you end up paying a couple bucks to quickly play the game.
The shooting mechanics are terrible. The campaign is incredibly boring too. There are a couple of good things in MindJack, but the bad things are bigger than the good things.
Ashes Cricket 2013
The creators of this game attempted capture every aspect of the sport of cricket. However, everything about this game didn’t work at all. The glitches in the game were so severe that basic actions were impossible due to the insane amount of bugs. The game only lasted for four days on Steam. The worst part is that the creators of the game were willing to refund the money to everyone.
Drake of the 99 Dragons
The story makes absolutely no sense at all. The ending is even worse than the game itself. The camera is awful. Thanks to the terrible camera, you aren’t able to see where you’re shooting at most of the time. The combat is a huge disaster.
Aquaman: Battle for Atlantis (GameCube, Xbox)
This game was so bad that Metacritic gave it a 27/100 on GameCube and a 26/100 on Xbox. The combos were confusing and the storyline was extremely bad. Don’t even bother buying this game. Just look for something else before wasting your money.