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1.) E.T. (Atari 2600) -- Alongside a crummy port of Pac-Man, the ghastly Atari 2600 version of Steven Spielberg's legendary hit is often credited with contributing to Atari's epic downfall, and, in turn, the great video game crash of 1983. Don't believe it was that bad? Then you obviously haven't experienced the thrill of repeatedly falling into pits and trying to levitate out while searching for three scattered pieces of a makeshift intergalactic walkie-talkie, presumably the same one the developers used to phone in their work.
2.) FIGHT CLUB (PS2, Xbox, Gamecube)--The first rule of Fight Club is don't, under any circumstances, play the Fight Club video game. Based on the stylish film adaptation of Chuck Palahniuk's riveting novel, this backroom brawler deserves a black eye for its awful controls, lousy gameplay and unbelievable decision to feature Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst as an unlockable character. I am Jack's seething hatred of bad movie games.
3.) STAR WARS (Famicom, 1987)--There have been lots – LOTS – of bad Star Wars video games over the years, but none were as completely insane as this Japanese-only release from Namco. Find the error: You play as a black-haired Luke Skywalker, who pilots the Millennium Falcon as he rescues his friends trapped on different planets all guarded by Darth Vader, who can transform into a giant scorpion. Yeah, safe to say the Force was definitely not with this one.
4.) BAD BOYS: MIAMI TAKEDOWN (PS2, Xbox, Gamecube)--Whatcha gonna do when they come for you? Hide, that’s what, because if this terrible game loosely based on ‘Bad Boys II’ gets into your game console, your game console will probably go on strike. Bad stand-in voice actors, inane dialogue and rickety action take down this perp faster than you can say ‘911.’
5.) JAWS: UNLEASHED (PS2, Xbox)--You're going to need more than a bigger boat to handle this oversized flounder. Released some 20 years after the epically bad Jaws IV, Majesco's misguided fish tale let gamers play as the toothy terror instead of the obsessed sheriff, cruising the open sea trashing boats, snacking on sushi and scaring the daylights out of swimmers. Unfortunately, inaccurate controls and ludicrous mission goals (throw barrels at the oil refinery using your mouth?) made this fearsome predator go belly up faster than a carnival goldfish.
6.) HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS PART 1 (Xbox 360, PS3)--Video game or Horcrux? The poor souls who played this Harry Potter catastrophe could be forgiven for mistaking the disc for an evil magical object, as its broken aiming, nonsensical story and glitchy motion controls were clearly built by Voldemort himself. Even worse? They made another one.
7.) ENTER THE MATRIX (PS2, Xbox, Gamecube, PC)--Atari chased the red pill with some Wachowski-flavored Kool-Aid when they agreed to pump out this buggy tie-in to The Matrix Reloaded. They certainly went big, creating a legitimate side story focusing on the exploits of secondary characters Niobe and Ghost in an effort to complement the plot of The Matrix Reloaded film. A noble concept, to be sure, but good ideas don't mean much when the gameplay sucks and the framerate stutters. We should have taken the blue pill.
8.) PLANET OF THE APES (PC)--Evolution took a turn for the weird and prosthetic in 1968's wonderfully hokey sci-fi masterpiece, but it took a turn for the broken in this 2001 PC game. Licensed in the far more affordable world of the novel, it was an obvious ploy to cash in on the marketing muscle of the 2001 Mark Wahlberg film, yet was so marred by ugly graphics and rote gameplay that not even our ape overlords would have enjoyed it.
9.) STREET FIGHTER: THE MOVIE (PlayStation)--Games based on movies are bad enough, but how about a game based on a movie based on a game? Such was the perverted life cycle of this horrible brawler, which shoehorned ugly digitized images of the film’s stars – including Jean-Claude Van Damme and Kylie Minogue -- into the totally busted shell of a fighting game. The big winner? The late, great Raul Julia (M. Bison in the film), who passed away before being forced to play this stinker.
10.) BACK TO THE FUTURE (NES)--LJN Toys nearly destroyed the space-time continuum with this doozy of an NES game, which made players help a floaty Marty McFly collect 100 clock pieces while dodging hula hoops and bees. How bad was it? So bad that it was called “one of the worst games ever” by the film’s very own screenwriter. Great Scott!
11.) IRON MAN (Xbox 360, PS3)--Vaguely following the plot of the film that put Robert Downey, Jr. back on the map, Sega’s Iron Man game shot in like a rocket, but left as a charred ball of rusted metal. Most blame the god-awful, jittery control -- which made flying as Iron Man a bit like riding on the back of a drunken mosquito – but you could blame the dumb combat and flat graphics, too.
12.) RESERVOIR DOGS (PS2, Xbox)--Considering its rough reputation, Quentin Tarantino's 1992 gangster drama is surprisingly light on hardcore action. That didn't stop Eidos Interactive from promoting it to video game status nearly 15 years later, but we sure wish it had. Weak graphics, lame gameplay and tragically missing the support of the cast (only Michael Madsen lent his voice), it was criminally lousy. Note to Steve Buscemi: We don't want to be Mr. Pink, either.
13.) CATWOMAN (PS2, Xbox)--Halle Berry might have looked like quite the sex kitten in this forgettable superhero flick, but the video game adaptation was one giant hairball. The awful, uncontrollable camera spent most of its time showing you shots of Catwoman instead of, say, all the thugs trying to beat her up, though the ridiculously bad AI made whipping through them easier than cleaning the litterbox. Which is where this one belongs.
14.) CHARLIE'S ANGELS (PS2, Xbox, Gamecube)--With an atrocious 24.7% rating on Gamerankings.com, the Gamecube version of this P.I. nightmare enjoys the dishonor of being the lowest scoring game of all time. And if you played it – or tried, at least -you know exactly why. From its disastrous graphics to its flummoxing gameplay (I’m beating up priests?) to its aimless plot, there’s no defending this fallen angel.
15.) FRIDAY THE 13TH (NES)--How do you screw up a game starring a guy wearing a hockey mask who romps around a camp slaughtering innocent teens? Don’t ask us – it seems like a no-brainer. Actually, that’s exactly what went into this impossibly hard action game, which tasked players with keeping six Camp Crystal Lake counselors safe from Jason. Ha! Like that could ever happen. Seriously, it was impossible.
16.) THE FIFTH ELEMENT (PlayStation)--Bizarro sci-fi cult-hit The Fifth Element seemingly had everything going for it as a video game: lots of action, crazy designs, and a kooky plot. So how, exactly, the developers could instead create a painfully dull adventure marred by grainy graphics and busted mechanics is beyond dour comprehension. Maybe that’s the Sixth Element?
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