5 Biggest Worst Video Games That Shamed The Gaming Industry

The gaming industry is one of the fastest growing business ventures. Video Games overall revenue is already bigger than Hollywood and each every week we see big video game releases and some of them which define the gaming industry in the best way possible but then there are some that shamed the game industry because of how horrific they were when released. Today we are counting down 5 Biggest Worst Video Games That Shamed The Gaming Industry



Far too difficult and unforgiving, and feels like another titled rushed to meet its deadline. – IGN
This game literally crashed the industry. Not to mention, the graphics are terrible, the game is impossible, and Atari literally bought an island to bury this disgrace. – Qwerty750
This is definitely one to stop the E.T. obsessed kids screaming, but no game for a grown up. – TotalGames.net

4. Duke Nukem Forever

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There are other shooters that offer more, but I do know one thing: Gearbox, now free of the DNF burden, will now be free to create a new Duke, a better one we hope.- Computer Games Online RO
You won’t find any lasting qualities in Duke Nukem Forever and it doesn’t have anything to compete against numerous modern games that have so much more to offer. – ActionTrip
Duke Nukem Forever is a disappointment to say the least. 14 years of development seem like a waste of time when you see what has become of the most famous FPS franchise. Sad. – Gameblog.fr

 3. Batman: Dark Tomorrow

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The actual experience of playing Batman: Dark Tomorrow is so awful that avoiding the game altogether is the best course of action. – GameSpot
A crime against comic book licenses. Flawed from top to bottom, from beginning to end… This is a great example of “what not to do.” – IGN
There’s just no way around it – Batman: Dark Tomorrow simply failed on the core aspect of gameplay design. – GamingTrend

2. Star Trek- The Video Game

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Star Trek: The Video Game is as generic as the name implies. I spent more time wondering why I was doing the things I was doing, instead of just enjoying them. Hardcore fans of the series would be advised to wait until the game hits a massive sale, and you have someone else to play it with. Setting expectations low is a must to enjoy what is offered here. – ZTGD
Its numerous bugs and linear missions make it frustrating to play, and the story never grabs you like a good sci-fi adventure should. Even the most devoted of Star Trek fans will be hard pressed to find something to like in Star Trek The Video Game: there are simply too many glaring problems. – GameSpot

1. Aliens: Colonial Marines

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Deeply underwhelming. Neither staged carefully enough to be scary nor dynamic enough to be exciting, it succeeds only where other players are capable of breathing life into it. There are better linear shooters, better asymmetrical multiplayer games, and better Aliens sequels, and your love of the motion tracker and pulse rifle would need to be profound to surmount those obstacles. – PC Gamer
The infuriating amount of confidence on display as Aliens: Colonial Marines systematically misses the point again and again is what really poisons the experience. The end result feels craven and exploitative of its source material and the fans that will hopefully know better. – Polygon
Aliens: Colonial Marines is more than a disappointment. It’s downright depressing. I can’t say if it’s the result of a lacking budget, rushed development, or sheer carelessness, but having the nerve to present this as a full retail game is inexcusable. It’s simply not finished, and it certainly isn’t worthy of being considered a legitimate followup to Aliens. – Destructoid
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