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madgear

Probably a Champ Manager game. Now I love football with a passion, go to games whenever I can, I even enjoy playing it. However there is nothing more dull than tables of fictional football statistics. It's just so dull to play - if they made me play this game at school I'd groan as if I was made to do a maths test.

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Philip_J_Reed

Oh wait. It's The Tick on the SNES.

Worst game I've ever played.

Sorry Gilligan's Island NES...you're relegated to position two.

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TheLZdragon

Hmm....the worst game I probably ever played was Nights: Journey into Dreams. It's not really a bad game but I never played any really crappy games.

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Corbs

I'm going with Road Runner's Death Valley Rally on SNES. I blew a lot of money on that game and it was horrible.

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pixelman

A tie between that Winter Olympics game for the SNES and Sonic Unleashed.

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Ohh a nightmare!!

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Bikeage

After a long and profitable night of delivering pizzas back in 1994 I decided to treat myself and spend a good chunk of the evening's tips on a new SNES game. It was nearing midnight, and I had the videogame aisle at the 24 hour megastore all to myself, so I carefully studied my options. One game stood out among the others... just released, it had been advertised in many of the past months comic books, had 3D rendered graphics, full motion video cutscenes, and a two player option. Half an hour later and sixty five dollars lighter I eagerly plugged it into my SNES and braced myself for an exciting night of heavy metal robot combat, a cutting edge fighting game with 6 mechanical warriors to choose from..... but in single player mode you could only play as one guy? And he only had four moves? His special move had to be cool though, right? Like a laser beam or missle launcher....no. Your special move was a sliding kick. Your made of liquid steel and your most devestating move is a sliding kick... and its not even easy to pull off. Well, 2 player should be better, huh? At least you could pick other other fighters... who all used the same button combos for the same four moves. Playing head to head with all the characters for a few minutes got you all the gameplay there was in this slow, choppy, unresponsive, featureless cartridge.... at that point I refused to call it a game. Some games are so bad its fun, some are bad but at least they convey a sense of atmosphere or challenge, some aim high and crash hard.... And then there is RISE OF THE ROBOTS, with no redeeming value whatsoever.

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Bikeage wrote:

After a long and profitable night of delivering pizzas back in 1994 I decided to treat myself and spend a good chunk of the evening's tips on a new SNES game. It was nearing midnight, and I had the videogame aisle at the 24 hour megastore all to myself, so I carefully studied my options. One game stood out among the others... just released, it had been advertised in many of the past months comic books, had 3D rendered graphics, full motion video cutscenes, and a two player option. Half an hour later and sixty five dollars lighter I eagerly plugged it into my SNES and braced myself for an exciting night of heavy metal robot combat, a cutting edge fighting game with 6 mechanical warriors to choose from..... but in single player mode you could only play as one guy? And he only had four moves? His special move had to be cool though, right? Like a laser beam or missle launcher....no. Your special move was a sliding kick. Your made of liquid steel and your most devestating move is a sliding kick... and its not even easy to pull off. Well, 2 player should be better, huh? At least you could pick other other fighters... who all used the same button combos for the same four moves. Playing head to head with all the characters for a few minutes got you all the gameplay there was in this slow, choppy, unresponsive, featureless cartridge.... at that point I refused to call it a game. Some games are so bad its fun, some are bad but at least they convey a sense of atmosphere or challenge, some aim high and crash hard.... And then there is RISE OF THE ROBOTS, with no redeeming value whatsoever.

I remember seeing adds for this game all over the place back in the day! It looked like the greatest thing since sliced bread. Luckily for me, I played a PC demo of it but I'll agree with you. It was horrendous.

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Omega

I hate Zelda 2: Adventure of Link. I'm really a big Zelda fan but I think this is completely crap. Sorry, maybe it's just my taste but I didn't feel it was that good of a game.

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brooks83

Zelda 2 may not be the best of the Zelda franchise (I actually enjoyed it though), but to call it the worst game you've ever played? That's gotta be a stretch, unless you just haven't played that many games.

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DiggerandIndy

Me? I should say City Connection for the NES. You call that a game?! The only thing that was fun about it was hitting the cats!

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Omega

@brooks83: If you actually like it, then good for you, I'm glad some people found something good in it. For me this was the worst Zelda, if not the worst game of all time. And I'm glad that Nintendo realized that and never tried to make a game like this again.

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deadly_by_design

Omega wrote:

I hate Zelda 2: Adventure of Link. I'm really a big Zelda fan but I think this is completely crap. Sorry, maybe it's just my taste but I didn't feel it was that good of a game.

Today? Yeah, maybe it's hard to tolerate.

20 years ago? The game was definitely worth playing. Its difficulty can be a real turnoff, but it heavily influenced the Zelda games that we've seen since. Also, have fun playing Link in any Smash Bros. game without up or down thrust, etc.

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Stevie

Anyone ever play Revolution X in the arcade, i think it had a PS1 port also, that game was dire, you played as Aerosmith who were trying trying to save the world via music, you had a gun that fired CD's at the most generic Ninja bad guys ever who all looked exactly the same and didn't flinch whilst you smashed CD's into their fizzog, yes it was as bad as it sounds.

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__Stevie wrote:

Anyone ever play Revolution X in the arcade, i think it had a PS1 port also, that game was dire, you played as Aerosmith who were trying trying to save the world via music, you had a gun that fired CD's at the most generic Ninja bad guys ever who all looked exactly the same and didn't flinch whilst you smashed CD's into their fizzog, yes it was as bad as it sounds.

I played that! In the arcade, I have to admit, it was my guilty pleasure...whenever the T2 game was taken, i'd bounce over to this. IMO it was one of the greatest worst games of all time...kind of like Final Countdown in music...it's just so great in how bad it is.

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