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The 15 worst-reviewed games of the past 15 years

GamesRadar writes:

"Everyone remembers the names of the great… the games that sold, inspired or won over millions. We still recall them with nostalgia and discuss them with reverence. We still play their sequels, their prequels and their remakes. We still celebrate their achievements in countless countdown articles.

But what about the opposite extreme? What about the worst of the very worst? Shouldn't their names be equally famous, if only so that we may study their sins and promise never to repeat them?

What follows are the 15 games with the absolute lowest review scores, based on averages taken from Metacritic and GameRankings."

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PirateThom3065d ago (Edited 3065d ago )

"Some dead philosopher"? George Santayana?

Chubear3064d ago (Edited 3064d ago )

Newage gamers should read this. When you talk about broken, go play Big Rigs and understand what "broken" means. I'm kinda surprised Superman on the N64 didn't make it in here though. Big Rigs was aweful indeed but it was soooo good how bad it was. Superman on N64 though was not in the least bit funny

Chubear3064d ago (Edited 3064d ago )

Ohh that was such a fun read lol

Oh men, spit out my drink a number of times with the "The most scathing review quote" & "The nicest thing anyone had to say" parts lol Best fun article I've seen on here in a while.

NIN643064d ago

about three minutes into the Big Rigs video I thought I was going to lose it. . .

Chubear3064d ago

I remember that game so well too. A friend of mine gave it to me to try out and it wasn't 'till a played it a bit that I just burst out in roaring laughter when I remembered what he told me before handing it to me.

It was something along the lines of: "DUDE!!! you HAVE TO play this game. You've seen nothing like it and it'll blow your mind. Dude, dont even worry about returning it just enjoy"

BadKarmaSutra963064d ago

Observation 1: “As a long-time game designer, I've learned that there's one defining factor behind a successful game – is it fun?” states Scott Orr, the founder and CEO of the company behind SPOGS Racing

Isn't that what Gearbox is saying about Borderlands? *gets very scared*

Observation 2: Why does the Big Rigs gameplay video give me flashbacks of driving an APC or jeep in ARMA 2?