I can think of a a few that I've decided that I'll never spend my own hard-earned dollars buying if it means supporting the companies responsible for these franchises; Silent Hill 2012 was suppose to be the year of this franchise, but it was simply a year full of trash. A barely-working, buggy, glitchy, untested (I don't care what the credits say, I'm convinced all those QA testers don't exist), ugly port of Silent Hill 2 and 3. A terrible game that was nothing more than a haunted house simulator with god-awful controls and terrible enemy design. To top it all off, a Diablo clone for Vita that plays worse than every other Diablo clone ever. Sonic I stopped supporting Sega with this trash when Sonic Adventure came out. I understand I'm in a minority when I say this; FUCK Sonic Adventure 1 and 2. Those games were terrible. After that, we got Sonic Heroes which was a decent concept but poorly executed. A couple of the handheld games were alright, but nothing substantial. Two terrible racing games (again, minority here. Deal with it). People praised Sonic Generations, but all it did was show me that they still don't get it. Playing as Classic was tedious and suffered from terrible level design. Modern Sonic was good if you can look past the constant trial-and-error you have to suffer through. The HUB world was retarded too. And besides that, I've hated SEGA quite a while. They're experts at making terrible decisions. Resident Evil I'm ashamed to say I bought Resident Evil 6 on release. I can't believe how fast that game dropped on price. I was working at Gamestop at the time, it went down to $20 in like 2 months. And I can understand why, because it really wasn't that good. I don't expect them to make anything decent with the franchise anymore. All they want to do is release watered down RE4 knockoffs. Pretty much anything under EA After the Shadows of the Damned dilemma, I was happy to see one of my favorite developers not being afraid to say that he hated working for those guys. I was also happy to see Harmonix completely detach the EA leech from Rock Band back then. But if I somehow receive the games or get it super cheap and used, might as well. As long as I'm not supporting those publishers/companies at hand.