If you want to sell your product, you need a catchy name, something that immediately resonates with your intended audience. This is incredibly true in video games, an industry that began with no-nonsense names like "Combat" and "Pong." Today, with a global marketplace and niches to fill on a daily basis, game names have become increasingly cryptic, nonsensical or double-meaning in-jokes that about five people get.
That's where this list comes in. By compiling information from several reliable sources (Games Radar's own memory, Wikipedia and some guy in accounting), Games Radar think they've nailed down the strangest of the strange.