With the Nintendo 64 classic GoldenEye making its way to the Switch after a quarter century, people are starting to look fondly at movie tie-in games again.
Reader, that would be a terrible mistake. Often shoveled out as quick money cash grabs developed by third-rate studios, movie games are the scum of the electronic entertainment universe.
In this piece, we’ll open up the vaults to reveal the worst of the worst, video games so bad you’ll throw your popcorn and your controller at the screen.
The lore behind Atari 2600 mega-flop E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial is well known by now—programmer Howard Scott Warshaw had a mere five weeks to get the game done for a Christmas release, and it was so puzzling, ugly, and unintuitive that it crashed and burned.Read more on pcmag.com