PSX Extreme writes: "We typically associate quality and achievement with long-running franchises, but many gamers aren't aware of names that simply need to be put to rest. Army Men has the comical and unfortunate reputation of sporting some of the worst games ever to grace a console and television screen…and things aren't getting any better with Army Men: Soldiers of Misfortune. I previously had the "misfortune" of playing Army Men: Green Rogue for the PS2, and I thought that was one of the most abysmal titles I had ever played, but this one gives it a run for its money. In fact, next to Riding Star, this may be the worst title on a PlayStation platform that I've played in years. Yes, it's a budget title and clearly designed for a younger age group, but I'm taking that into account during this analysis. It doesn't matter how old you are; if you can't control your character for beans, you're going to get frustrated awfully fast. Toss in some laughable technicals and physics, and you've got something that's better reserved for the trash bin than the bargain bin."