Video games are meant to be fun experiences that provide entertainment whenever we turn on our consoles after a long day’s work or have company over. Most of the time games fulfill this expectation, but there are a select few games that have us throwing our controllers in frustration or making us wonder what the developers were thinking when they created certain aspects of it. Some games are even so bad that they can be described as “broken,” meaning they are incomplete, but were still released onto the stage for us to be exposed to. There can be many reasons why broken games see the light of day, such as a budget that didn’t quite meet the requirements to get the game done, or a lack of time to polish the game before the company’s intended release date. No matter what the cause might be, broken games still find their way to our consoles and cause us headaches that could have been avoided if a little more time was spent to finish the game.