The Bad Game Hall of Fame is dedicated to giving bad games the due process they deserve. Through examining their history, reviewing their contents, and measuring their impact, we hope to bring about a better understanding of these oft-dismissed releases.
Along the way, we'd like to give readers a better understanding of how the games industry operates, and the pressure put on game developers to deliver these products in [often] short order.
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“I Got 99 Problems but a Drake Ain’t One.” As the resurrection of the Undying Dragon has come upon us, we take a look at what is possibly the most-maligned shooter of all time. Did it truly deserve damnation, or does it demonstrate an indomitable spirit?
“Girls Gone Guy Game (Going Gonzo).” A peak under the covers at a game that would bill itself as “the most controversial” ever released. We get to the bottom of where that controversy stems from, and whether or not there’s any merit to the actual game itself.
“Indigo Prophecy 451°.” A deep dive into the mind of David Cage, and an exploration of his studio’s sophomore effort. Was Indigo Prophecy a work of art worthy of its praise, or has the hype been overblown from the very beginning?
“In Thy Battle for the Kingdom Come, Arthur is Done.” Could this vintage ValuSoft release be a cool bargain, or is its cruelty matched only by Morgan LeFay herself? A classic GameSpot review may have given us a pretty good clue.
“You’ll Get Caught in the Night, in the Night Trap!” A look at what was once briefly considered to be one of the most controversial video games of all time, as well as the related stories of a failed console and the Senate committee hearing on video game violence.
“The Lord Said to Noah, ‘Enter the Super 3D Ark.'” Wisdom Tree’s infamous take on Wolfenstein 3D, in its most-remembered SNES incarnation. But can a game based on a veritable classic truly be so bad? Is the story of this game as most folk are familiar with really all that accurate?