Such as titleWhen I translated GESTA FINAL I found that this game is really too bad. The backward picture and AI, unreasonable level design are really the worst game I've ever playedLike a piece of shit
The worst game I've ever played? Well, there are some contenders for that in my book:
>Simpson's Road Rage for GBA
>Final Fantasy Legends for GB
>PS2 Sonic Heroes
>Tekwar for MS-DOS
>Menace Beach/Sunday Funday for NES
>Bio force Ape for NES
>Home Alone for NES
>Action 52 for NES
Impossible to say after gaming for about 30 years ... but one of the worst within the last 4 years was RDR2 ... no idea how people can actually waste month in this game ... it was a drag to even get trough the tutorial and felt much more like a slow walking simulator then Death Stranding (which I liked actually)
Action 52, the Sega Genesis version. But that's not one game, so if I had to pick one game in the pack I guess I'd pick Cheetahmen.
Also played Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, I couldn't figure out how to avoid the lightning at the start and I couldn't be bothered to look up a guide. I just wanted to know if it was really as bad as AVGN said and I can confirm, it is.
Dragon Age 3, Ride to Hell Retribution, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (lol). And actually, I happened to play a ton of bad games which I want to forget. Today I don't play games a lot. Every so often I play on a klondike solitaire website and I find it really fun.
First one to come to mind is ad-venture capitalist. But that's just a simulator with numbers going up. It's simple and stupid, but strangely addictive (read: it's a psychological trap)...but that had no real technical issues
C&C tiberian sun was my largest letdown. Anticipated it for at least a year, but red alert was just better all around.
Hidden & dangerous (first one) was my most buggy game. And that's BY FAR. At one point I had to make a detour because the road I initially cleared (and most obvious one) just made you fall through the map. Which was something that happened often, btw. I also remember things like "if you save when your troops are crouched and then reload, they float", all sorts of crashes and plenty of weird gimmicks.
Then...from the bottom of my "played on steam list"...
* Kairo was just someone playing around with an unreal editor. Reading my review for it again I was far too mild (this was one of my first negative reviews).[/URL]
* Everything was just stupid. There's artsy, there's wannabe-artsy and then there's this piece. Perhaps it could've gone for a cultural thing if the programmers had bothered to create some standard walking animations instead of "bouncing around" everywhere
* 1993: space marine gets special mentioning: it's a bog standard R-type game that I found boring (so I gave up within an hour). Not specifically bad...but then the author pops in and tells me my opinion is wrong. I never responded (I believe that bad publicity beats no publicity...and I'd rather want no publicity about it), but ey...he at least makes THIS list