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Here we have our top 10 Worst Games

Part One

 

Welcome back guys. Movies are notorious for having terrible tie in games and we’ve collected up the absolute 10 worst of these games. If you manage to survive through it and you like what you see, jump on our Facebook page and tell us what you think.

At number 10 is The Smurfs: Dance Party for the Wii. It’s a basic dance party game with every track as a Smurfs based recreation. Such hits include ‘Smurf this way’ and ‘We like to Smurf it’.

At number 9 is Who Framed Roger Rabbit for the NES. Roger Rabbit manages to combine the real and animated world with great success as a film. However, the game didn’t bare much success. Every stage is a blend of bad platforming and terrible story telling.

At number 8 is, Fight Club for the PlayStation 2 and the Xbox. Fight club was released 5 years after the brilliant the success of the movie. It not only missed the point of the movie, but insulted it by making a generic fighter with bad controls and no relation to the movie. It fails to add anything to the fantastic novel or the movie.

At number 7 is Jaws for the NES. Possibly one of the easiest games ever Jaws takes less than an hour to complete. It simply doesn’t have any varied or challenging content. It’s mostly shooting fish in a barrel, followed by a whole minute of fighting the menace, that is Jaws.

At number 6 is Wayne’s World for the NES. It’s hard to believe that this game, so simple and uncreative, could be related to the movie. It’s a basic platformer with nothing to do with the movie except Wayne saying quotes from the film between levels.

At number 6 is Wayne’s World for the NES. It’s hard to believe that this game, so simple and uncreative, could be related to the movie. It’s a basic platformer with nothing to do with the movie except Wayne saying quotes from the film between levels.

At number 4 is Friday the 13th for the NES. Friday the 13th fails to be scary. During the game you play as the camp leaders who are being killed off one at a time by Jason. Defeating Jason involves throwing rocks at him, lighting fire places or boxing with him in a ‘knock-out’ style mini game.

At number 3 is Superman: The New Adventures. More commonly known as Superman 64 this game is awful on every level. The game’s controls, graphics and game play are clunky and tedious. The flying controls are unresponsive, sometimes requiring multiple button presses for taking off or landing.

At number 2 is Street Fighter: The Movie: The Game for the PSX. A bad movie made into an equally terrible game it includes horribly digitised graphics, jerky animations and nightmarish controls. Even Guile’s theme can’t save this one.

And the number 1 worst movie based game is ET for the ATARI 2600. ET sets the bar for being bad. In the game you collect phone parts for ET’s phone while avoiding agents and falling into pits. 2 years after the game’s release ATARI nearly went bankrupt having over invested in what they thought would be a million dollar success after the movie.

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