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2014-02-19 10:23:44 PM  
8 votes:
cdn.wikimg.net

For anyone that bought it...that is the only truthful answer.
2014-02-19 10:10:25 PM  
5 votes:
Spore
2014-02-19 09:55:36 PM  
5 votes:
upload.wikimedia.org

Screw you, Romero.
2014-02-20 02:13:59 AM  
4 votes:
i.imgur.com

The phrase "fundamentally broken" come to mind.
/Shame since I still have 1 and 2 on my PC and play them regularly. 20 years on and they're still among the best 4X games ever made.
2014-02-19 11:30:24 PM  
4 votes:
Spore was the worst game I've ever bought. Not because it was inherently a bad game, but because the hype was so incredible and the trailers and previews described a game that was wonderful and then the actual delivery was utter shiat by comparison.
Without all the hype, it probably would've been a 5/10 or maybe 6/10. But because of all it promised, it was awful.

Final Fantasy XIII is a close second. Returned it before completing the first level. Holy shiat, that game was boring.
Demon's Souls is third, but I'll allow that that one is a subjective decision, and many people may love it so much that they name their firstborn Boletaria. Some people like Super Mario: Frustration. Some people enjoyed Battletoads. Not everyone is one of those people, and for the remainder, they're terrible games.
2014-02-20 01:22:14 AM  
3 votes:
nextgengamingblog.com

I haven't pre-ordered a game since.
2014-02-20 08:58:47 PM  
2 votes:
1.  A game is a structured activity that presents goals, interposes challenges and equips the player to overcome those challenges.  Being led by the hand between cut-scenes is not a game.  Try to identify the goals, challenges and play systems that will be made available before purchasing.

2.  Never pre-order.  Business managers lose incentive to increase expense when the revenue goal has been met.

3.  Never buy a sequel or reboot based on the quality of the first game.  Business managers have no need to build a good game when they know you will buy a famous title.

4.  Don't buy big studio games too soon.  Business managers save money by enlisting free quality control and feature development teams (you).

5.  Ask yourself "why is this game being released?"  If the release coincides with a TV show, movie, or popular rival game, then do not buy.  It is not a game, it is a merchandising strategy.

6.  Never buy a game that is not pre-released for critical review days before the game release.  They are aware of how bad their product is and do not want you to find out before you pre-order/buy.  Same goes for movies;  a movie that is released for critical review a week before it hits theaters is guaranteed crap, no matter how "good" the previews look.

If you follow these rules, you can begin to train game companies to improve their product.  If you do not, game companies will train you to lower your expectations.
2014-02-20 11:50:14 AM  
2 votes:

Shakin_Haitian: Shakin_Haitian: Worst game recently?

I wanted to see what the hype about this series was and this game was 12 bucks.  The first Bioware game I've played since BG2 and well... fark Bioware if this is the type of game they make any more.  There was no consequential role playing whatsoever, I was leveling up powers that all felt the same, and I was just running down corridors killing people.  Twelve bucks was too much for this game.  I stopped after three hours and never turned it back on.

Whoops.  It was a picture of ME3.


Dude, it's really your fault for trying to jump into the series on the final game. That's like trying to start Breaking Bad in its final season, or starting Harry Potter with the final book.

The series as a whole is awesome.
2014-02-20 10:11:33 AM  
2 votes:
Am I really the first one to mention this abomination? I bought, played it for 6 minutes and then returned it.upload.wikimedia.org
2014-02-20 09:05:36 AM  
2 votes:
upload.wikimedia.org
2014-02-20 02:02:05 AM  
2 votes:
Nobody has mentioned Diablo 3 yet?
2014-02-21 01:01:10 AM  
1 votes:

Theaetetus: nmrsnr: nmrsnr: It was barely a game, and you had to be a farking actual surgeon to get the goddamn appendix out (which I never successfully did).

Let's try that again with a picture:

[www.dosbox.com image 320x200]

That game was  awesome. And yes, very difficult.


I have a DOS emulator on my computer just for this game. It's a bit nostalgic for me because my grandfather was a surgeon and I used to watch him try to play it.
2014-02-20 09:42:26 PM  
1 votes:

FuryOfFirestorm: Remember that this is EA that's making this, so expect this game to have a f*ckton of microtransactions. They are going to milk that cow until the udders squirt blood and pus.


Yep.  Every time I think 'could be ok...'

I then look at Dead Space 3.

And lately I look at Hawken. A mech game where you can't change your farking parts. You can BUY NEW MECHS, but not swap parts, chassis, boosters, weapons, legs, etc.

No. You just get to buy entirely new whole units.  What's the farking point? It's BF4, but instead of soldiers you play as robots. And you have even fewer total options. You don't get to play 'the engineer' and then choose to take a repair kit or an anti-vehicle kit. No, you get to BUY 'the anti-vehicle character' who only has 2 primary weapon choices and 1 secondary weapon choice, and then you get to BUY the 'repair kit character' who has 2 primary weapon choices and 1 secondary weapon choice.

And that's ever. You don't get to swap weapons.
2014-02-20 06:45:49 PM  
1 votes:

nmrsnr: nmrsnr: It was barely a game, and you had to be a farking actual surgeon to get the goddamn appendix out (which I never successfully did).

Let's try that again with a picture:

[www.dosbox.com image 320x200]


I had that game back in the day. I actually kinda liked it for what it was.
2014-02-20 04:16:55 PM  
1 votes:

sprawl15: because lots of old games people love have dated gameplay


This game has dated gameplay ...

upload.wikimedia.org

...And I enjoyed every second of it (except for the final boss ...final bosses tend to be a chore rather than fun). SS3 has the same gameplay as the original DOOM: Get bigger guns, kill hordes of monsters, irrelevant story that can be summed up with a few sentences. Unlike DOOM 3, SS3 was fun ...which is why it's on my "to play again" list.

I hope SS4 has the same outdated gameplay.

/please, please no QTEs...
2014-02-20 04:02:45 PM  
1 votes:

yukichigai: I'd argue it brought the first-person shooter genre to the attention of the console gamer crowd.


Yeah and look what that caused. Endless COD iterations and somehow Halo is held up as a gold standard
2014-02-20 03:46:02 PM  
1 votes:

Shakin_Haitian: Confabulat: Egoy3k: I'm sorry but it simply wasn't as good as nostalgia makes you think it was.

You're simply not remembering the time correctly. Half-Life came out over a year later so Goldeneye was dated? WTF kind of logic is that?

Not to mention that PCs back then could be infuriatingly hard to get games working on, and multiplayer almost had to be played at LAN parties due to crappy internet.  Multiplayer, for the most part, was still local.


This^^^^

Bought Rainbow Six on day one it was months before it was playable because of the bugs.
static.giantbomb.com


We played HL on a lan almost exclusively. Hearing  your buddies trip on this, was heaven from across the room.
static1.wikia.nocookie.net
2014-02-20 02:51:08 PM  
1 votes:
How about games we want a next gen remake of.
This game remade in the style of Xcom: Enemy Unkown

www.gamebox64.com
2014-02-20 02:31:49 PM  
1 votes:
Maybe not the worst, but it was the first one that came to mind:

hippobytes.com

If you have never experienced its suckage, behold:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAk6xRPTHvQ
2014-02-20 12:46:50 PM  
1 votes:
Hi, I'd just be like to be the first to point out how disappointing MOO 3 was.

To be fair, I didn't get any of the MOO games when they came out first, but I was on a Galactic Civ  induced space 4x kick, and I had heard good things about the series. So, I got 1 and 2 bundled on GOG. 1 was pretty good, but 2 was something else! Easily one of the best games I've played, in a genre I love. Played the shiat out of it.

Next step was MOO3, because most of what I'd heard was praise for the first 2. And if the second one was that good, imagine how much better the third one would be. For fark sake, how did this game get the whole way through development without someone pointing out it's many, overwhelmingly bad flaws?! The experience was a lot like winding up to have an argument with someone, and then they just 180 and agree with you. Completely deflated.

/My fault entirely for not checking any of the reviews.
//Then something like Portal or Limbo comes along and my faith is restored.
2014-02-20 12:10:27 PM  
1 votes:
diehardgamefan.com

As an 8 year old, I had no idea what the hell this game was about.  We hated it.
2014-02-20 12:04:12 PM  
1 votes:

Seikuro: Amen to that. Often times, no joke, I'd just turn off the anesthetic with the patient cut wide open so they died.


I think we all did that to vent our frustration.
2014-02-20 11:58:12 AM  
1 votes:

nmrsnr: nmrsnr: It was barely a game, and you had to be a farking actual surgeon to get the goddamn appendix out (which I never successfully did).

Let's try that again with a picture:

[www.dosbox.com image 320x200]


Amen to that. Often times, no joke, I'd just turn off the anesthetic with the patient cut wide open so they died.
2014-02-20 10:52:45 AM  
1 votes:

Fark Griswald: The Slush: Jim_Callahan: Yeah, and the buzz for Titanfall is kinda giving me flashbacks to that

Yeah, Titanfall's gonna suck.  I haven't really been paying much attention to it but the hype seems unavoidable.  Are we really expecting a good game from people who shat out Call of Duty?  AND it's being published by EA?  Yeah, good f*cking luck if you drop money on it with that pedigree.  5 hours of shooting brown sh*t on rails, but this time it's different, BECAUSE ROBOTS.  It comes out in 3 weeks, have they released any actual gameplay footage that doesn't look exactly like Call of Duty?

As far as the worst games I've ever bought, that's hard to say.  I feel like games in recent years have disappointed me moreso since I have far less time to play games now.  Spore, Dragon Age 2, Elemental: War of Magic, and Diablo 3 immediately come to mind as recent games that have completely missed the mark.  I'm sure I've owned worse in the past though.

You realize they JUST finished the Titanfall open beta right? I'm not a CoD fan but I enjoyed my time with Titanfall. I'm way behind the power curve in twitch based shooters but I think they have a solid game on their hands that will be fun for a while.


Remember that this is EA that's making this, so expect this game to have a f*ckton of microtransactions. They are going to milk that cow until the udders squirt blood and pus.
2014-02-20 09:33:40 AM  
1 votes:

RockofAges: MurphyMurphy: Bought?!

You mean buy?
With actual money?

LOL,

/I stopped falling for that shiat a long time ago.

Long time pirate here. #Warez was the bomb (and still is, for music and movies). Games are such an enormous pain in the ass due to all of the possibilities for malware, shiatty cracks / hacks, etc. Games are also so cheap nowadays that, really, even my broke ass can't justify torrnting them anymore. Seriously, if you can't spend $5 on a AAA title legitimately, at that point, I lose some respect.

It's all about price point. Price your album on bandcamp for $5 and I will buy it if I like it. $15? Now I have to think a little harder. Steam figured this out and undercut game piracy by a HUGE margin. I would suggest that many PC gamers (maybe even most) are ex-pirates from the 80s and 90s (early 00s) who gave up the black flag when their major complaints (shiatty, overpriced games) was at least ameliorated somewhat.


Lighten up Francis, it was a joke.

I agree completely.

/only pirate the expensive ones, only to figure out if it's worth spending >$40 on a title
//have well over 100 games in my steam library
///it's true, those of us who pirate are also the ones who spend the most on our entertainment
2014-02-20 09:32:17 AM  
1 votes:
Rome Total War 2. I haven't even finished downloading it yet, since I cannot download such a huge game in one sitting. Every time I pause the download I lose a significant amount of game.
2014-02-20 09:27:09 AM  
1 votes:
upload.wikimedia.org
www.filfre.net

"You found some tasty pot of rice"
2014-02-20 09:15:13 AM  
1 votes:

Ambivalence: Resonance of fate. But. Bought it used so I don't feel quite so screwed over.


I actually liked that one and bought it a few times. It was enjoyable once I understood how to exploit the system. But I like JRPGs

Worst game I bought: E.Y.E. Divine cybermancy. Last shiatty English translation of an even worse polish game. This was before steam shiat itself and allowed everything to be 'EARLY ACCESS GAME!!!' But this game was in pre beta state and sold on steam. It was a god awful attempt at a stealth action game where the controls were a mess, the story was flat out incomprehensible, the game play was an abortion on toast with the cost hanger left in, and it ran like crap. There were no redeeming features.
2014-02-20 09:03:54 AM  
1 votes:
upload.wikimedia.org

Mac version is absolutely unplayable.
2014-02-20 09:02:32 AM  
1 votes:

ChaosStar: I got the damn thing to run exactly ONE time, then never again.
/The Avatar can't swim for shiat


I think you mean Ultima IX. That was virtually unplayable on release.
2014-02-20 07:59:00 AM  
1 votes:
upload.wikimedia.org

Is there a bigger steaming pile of shiat anywhere?  Methinks not.  Double ugly bonus points considering how long it took them to codge this mess together.
2014-02-20 07:57:37 AM  
1 votes:
duke nukem forever. farking awful. bought it because i loved the old duke nukem from back in the day. what a waste.
2014-02-20 05:55:44 AM  
1 votes:
It's early and my long-term memory is hazy but recently?

i.imgur.com

I bought it thinking, "hey, puzzle-platformer with interesting art style made by industry veteran". The puzzles are nearly all fetch quests with too much backtracking and the characters' stories aren't very deep. There are eight characters and you pick three for a playthrough. The cave is split up in sections with some that you go through no matter what characters you picked but there is one section specific to each character that initially only they can enter using their special ability. This is more or less the only time the special abilities are useful, as cool as some seem at first.

There's a "good" and "bad" ending for each character, but which one you get depends solely on a choice you make at the very end of the game. That doesn't sound so bad but here's the thing:  you can't reload old save games.That means that once you've seen an ending for a character you picked, you have to replay the entire damned game over again to see the other ending. That's six playthroughs of mostly repetitive shiat.
2014-02-20 05:34:07 AM  
1 votes:

fusillade762: Lsherm: And Doom motherfarking 3.  That "game" was a pile of shiat, a disappointment, and the whole reception from everyone that it was good made me think the world had lost their goddamn mind.

The thing that killed me about Doom 3 was you're surrounded by all this amazing technology, but apparently no one had figured out how to tape a flashlight to a gun barrel.


The things that killed Doom 3 for me:
1: Everything was made out of shiny plastic. Including people. (WTF, Carmack? Forget how to write shaders?)
2: Scripted cut scenes in which monsters would do things that they never did again. Ever.
3: The "get attacked from behind every third or fourth major doorway" gimmick.
4: 30-second oxygen supplies in your "space suit".

I'd complain about boss-monster fights, but I gave up and uninstalled Doom 3 before I ever made it to a boss monster.
2014-02-20 04:31:14 AM  
1 votes:
Pretty much any base game done by Obsidian.

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2 - Oh, you added a ton of cool character class features and didn't finish the game.  Neat.

Neverwinter Nights 2 - Oh, you added a ton of cool character class features and the game is complete shiat.  Neat.

Fallout: New Vegas - Oh, you added a ton of cool equipment and voice acting, but brown hills over and over and over again don't really interest me.

They are the kings of taking a franchise and ramming it into the ground headlong.
2014-02-20 04:16:59 AM  
1 votes:
Well, I've owned various platforms, but I do have bad memories such as:

Amstrad cpc:
- Terminator 2. Not a bad game but I completed it under one hour. One. Hour. Games didn't come cheap as I was around 14 and I hated it because of that.

PSX:
- D. Stupid, stupid game. Took me two hours to complete.
- Pitball. I bought that one with leftover money from an exchange so limited damage here but, still, rubbish game.

PS2:
- Silent Hill IV: the room. Well at least that one didn't lie, you're in a room. And if you leave, it's only to come back to it. Boring shiatfest.

PS3:
- Payday 2. Took an average 15 minutes to find an online game due to a broken system, the whole thing is stupid (the FBI equivalent of Space Marines arrives within 2 minutes, breaking safes is a pain) and bots are useless. Brought it back after a week.
- Fallout: NV. Never have I seen such a good game wasted by poor QC. People who deemed it 'gold' should had been brought in the street and shot in the neck on public television.
- GTA IV like many here and for the same reasons.

SNES&PC: never bought a game for those.
2014-02-20 03:56:46 AM  
1 votes:
upload.wikimedia.org
Flush with cash from a part time job in high school, I bought this full price.  50 bucks.  I read no reviews, I didn't rent it, just got it on a whim after a guy at work raved about it being the best game he ever played.  I'm still bitter about it, but was never able to get rid of it.  I keep it as a reminder of my shame.

Neverwinter Nights 2 also is on my list for disappointing.  Got it on release and couldn't play it due to bugs.  I reached one point about 30 minutes in where a quest bugged out because I talked to an NPC with one of my companions selected instead of my main character.  The NPC would never talk to me again and I had to restart the game.  There were so many random bugs like that and it made it feel like I was playing the beta for them.  I played it later after many patches and the expansions came out and it was worth playing, but that release was bad.  It didn't help that the multiplayer and editor felt watered down from the first game either.
2014-02-20 03:05:04 AM  
1 votes:
Batman Arkham Origins. This could have easily been a truly epic game, but WBMontreal rushed the release date. The end product was so glitch ridden that it literally could not be played through to the end of the game. The worst bug was the dreaded "corrupt save" message that killed all of your progess, forcing you to start over from the beginning. The entire gameplay was just sloppy and filled with some really basic flaws that could have been easily removed via some basic playtesting and troubleshooting.

I feel like I paid 60 bucks to be a beta tester.

I've had this game since the October 2013 release date, and I've never been able to finish it. WBMontreal was promising to put up patches since November. Some fixes were released, but all of them have been dogshiat worthless.

/The Deathstroke boss fight was the best thing I've ever played.
//Hope you like Bane.
///You get to fight that farker 4 times.
2014-02-20 02:46:44 AM  
1 votes:

The Slush: Jim_Callahan: Yeah, and the buzz for Titanfall is kinda giving me flashbacks to that

Yeah, Titanfall's gonna suck.  I haven't really been paying much attention to it but the hype seems unavoidable.  Are we really expecting a good game from people who shat out Call of Duty?  AND it's being published by EA?  Yeah, good f*cking luck if you drop money on it with that pedigree.  5 hours of shooting brown sh*t on rails, but this time it's different, BECAUSE ROBOTS.  It comes out in 3 weeks, have they released any actual gameplay footage that doesn't look exactly like Call of Duty?


Did you play the beta? It is enough like Call of Duty that a resemblance can be seen, but outside of little pieces, the game plays nothing like Call of Duty. It's ever so slightly closer to Battlefield, but even then, it's still looking at Battlefield at a distance. Be cautious if you like - nobody will blame you for that - but give it an honest assessment via Let's Plays or a rental before you dismiss it as another Call of Duty clone. Because Titanfall may be a lot of things, but it isn't that.
2014-02-20 02:35:13 AM  
1 votes:

starsrift: I've bought and played a lot of stinkers. But the only game I actually ever returned after a half hour of play was Grand Theft Auto III.
Driving around the town at high speed and try to watch for landmarks, not crash, etc etc, it just wasn't my thing. I only got more disoriented and lost the more I played, and I f*cking love open world games. I get that the GTA games have objective arrows and stuff in them now, but I've not given the franchise another try.
GTA2 or nothing. :|


You realize that little thing in the bottom left hand corner of the screen was a map that basically told you exactly where to go, right?
2014-02-20 02:24:30 AM  
1 votes:
Hands down.  i0.wp.com
2014-02-20 01:32:46 AM  
1 votes:
Some of the more disappointing purchases in the last few years:

Age of Conan
Mechwarrior Online
SimCity
Hellgate London
MS Flight
Section 8
Brink
2014-02-20 01:25:54 AM  
1 votes:
paizo.com
2014-02-20 01:04:20 AM  
1 votes:

hardinparamedic: I never thought I could find a game worse than RE:6. I was wrong. Not only is the combat system buggy, and the ranges of the weapons completely unrealistic, but the story line tried too hard to be a downer Romero ending tribute.


I'd disagree on State of Decay. It is buggy, that's very true, and it suffers from repetitiveness to replenish supplies all the time before you can do any actual missions, and your gang is usually moody and wandering off and just trouble to be around, and zombie killing and sneaking also can get silly repetitive, but at times it's almost exactly what you want a zombie apocalypse simulator to be.

It's not perfect and I'd like to see a sequel that irons out the bugs and makes things a little less frustrating, but then it is a zombie apocalypse and being frustrated would be part of the experience I guess.

Still, it's a fun game I think once you get into the open world. The first hour sucks though.
2014-02-20 12:48:39 AM  
1 votes:
South Park for Nintendo 64
2014-02-20 12:38:19 AM  
1 votes:

Radak: Obviously it should have been in the original version, but the Duct Tape mod solved that problem.


Doom 3: BFG is like eight bucks, incorporates all the content of Doom 3, and fixes most of the problems that were present in the original game, like the flashlight.
2014-02-19 11:38:31 PM  
1 votes:

Theaetetus: Oh, and of course...
[2.bp.blogspot.com image 320x240]
Quicktime Events: The Game


I could beat that game in the arcade back in the day. I am unsure now where I found the money then to figure out how to do that.
2014-02-19 11:36:59 PM  
1 votes:
Oh, and of course...
2.bp.blogspot.com
Quicktime Events: The Game
2014-02-19 11:20:06 PM  
1 votes:
Knifey-Spoony
2014-02-19 10:44:05 PM  
1 votes:

nmrsnr: nmrsnr: It was barely a game, and you had to be a farking actual surgeon to get the goddamn appendix out (which I never successfully did).

Let's try that again with a picture:

[www.dosbox.com image 320x200]


I remember that game!

More of a medical malpractice simulator, really.

I still remember the scream sound that shrieked out of the PC speaker when you accidentally tried to cut into someone without any anesthesia.
2014-02-19 10:39:23 PM  
1 votes:

Twitch Boy: Confabulat: Mr. Fuzzypaws: Grand Theft Auto 4, it was actually a birthday gift but I really regret asking for it.

Really? I thought it was a letdown after Vice City but I've never really considered it a bad game. Why the hate?

They made a gorgeous, extremely deep, detailed, and realistic world...and completely forgot to put in any fun.  AND FOR THE MILLIONTH TIME NO ROMAN I DON'T WANT TO GO FARKING BOWLING!

Fortunately, they learned their lesson and GTA5 got the fun part right.


Niko's "Moose und Squirrel" accent gets really, really farking grating after awhile.
2014-02-19 10:34:26 PM  
1 votes:

nmrsnr: It was barely a game, and you had to be a farking actual surgeon to get the goddamn appendix out (which I never successfully did).


Let's try that again with a picture:

www.dosbox.com
2014-02-19 10:32:17 PM  
1 votes:
Lately?  I was really pissed off with Bioshock: Infinite.  It was too much on rails compared to the previous games, and especially compared to Dishonored, which came out close to the same time.  I just felt like a dancing monkey.

Overall?  I have two winners:  SimCity (2013) because it was such a colossal disappointment, but I should include SimCity 4 in that vein because they were obvious they were trying to shrink the game board even then.  And Doom motherfarking 3.  That "game" was a pile of shiat, a disappointment, and the whole reception from everyone that it was good made me think the world had lost their goddamn mind.

I'm so old I've been watching the evolution of computer games since Pong, so it takes a lot to disappoint me, and that's what I use to rank games.  In the 80's, the one game I can think of that was terrible was Pole Position II on the Atari 7800 because the higher you got in level, the more ridiculous they made the gameplay.  The car would oversteer, under-accelerate, and then just stop responding.  It wasn't like they had the memory to build in actual skill, so they just subtracted or added input from the controller.  Pitfall II was almost in this category, but I beat it and sent in the picture and got a coupon for another Atari game, but that was on the 2600.

I hesitate to give "Coming Home" any award in this category, but I felt like they chickenshiatted out of the ending the game was building towards.  Otherwise, it was flawless, so it's not a "worst game" as opposed to "somewhat disappointed in it."

But for actual "got farked?" worst game ever?  "Slamit: Pinball" which Steam let me buy even though it wasn't supported on Windows 8.  It didn't run, the developer sent me an email saying "Play it on Windows Vista," the forums called me stupid for buying it, and Steam wouldn't give me a refund.  To date, it's the only game I've actually paid for that I've never played despite spending hours trying to get it to work.  So that's the worst game I've ever bought.    I'd love to shiat all over the developers, but here's their home page:  http://slamitpinball.com/home.htm  ----> Fark won't even post this because it's a bullshiat link.

Steam never should have allowed that game to be sold.  Ever.
2014-02-19 09:53:09 PM  
1 votes:
I'm owning up to it.

upload.wikimedia.org
 
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