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Ineptly-made games that will make you feel ripped off.
Shaq Fu - An awkward fighting game with Shaquille O'Neal's likeness and awful controls that's so bad, it had a website dedicated to finding and destroying every single copy of it.
Superman 64 - Definitely the worst video games based on the legendary DC superhero, and the biggest abomination of video game history.
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial - The infamous Atari 2600 game that led to the Video Game Crash of 1983 and the excess stock of which was buried in a landfill in New Mexico.
Hareraiser - A "game" made to cash in on Kit Williams' book Masquerade that is possibly considered the first scam in video game history.
Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing - A racing game that's so bad, it's winner.
Daikatana - John Romero's overhyped first-person shooter game that was constantly delayed and underdelivered.
Mighty No. 9 - An overhyped Kickstarter game from Mega Man alum Keiji Inafune that suffered constant delays and made Mega Man fans cry like anime fans on prom night.
Amstrad GX4000 - Amstrad's failed attempt at a video game console with expensive repackaged versions of their CPC games and exploding power supplies.
Drake of the 99 Dragons - A badly made third-person shooter that was meant to spawn a franchise which ultimately never came to be.
Plumbers Don't Wear Ties - A collection of slideshows with weird filters made as a barely interactive movie.
ABOUT THIS WIKI
From the worst games to the worst consoles to even terrible moments in gaming history, this wiki was made to warn gamers about some the worst in video game history. This was the first wiki of its kind created; it was founded by Grust back in 2013 on FANDOM, and moved to Miraheze in September 2018.
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Yandere Simulator - A generic Yandere game that took 6 years to add a rival character, the main character not following the definition of "yandere", poor coding and a lazy developer who cannot take the slightest form of criticism.
Digital Homicide - A game studio that is unable to take criticism and went as far as to take Jim Sterling and 100 other Steam users to court just for criticizing their games.
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5 - A horrible game, which was rushed in development, that almost killed the franchise and its image until a remake of the first two games debuted.
Metal Gear Survive - A Metal Gear game made without Hideo Kojima that proved to be the final nail in the coffin for the franchise.
Atari Jaguar - Atari's final foray into the game console market that falsely claimed to be 64-bit.
Fast & Furious Crossroads - A reminder of the time of making terrible licensed games and a textbook example showing that shovelware games are not only budget games. It's not about the quality of the game, it's all about family.
Lester the Unlikely - A game starring a bland, cowardly nerd of a protagonist that was unlikely to evolve into a franchise.
BMX Ninja - A boring BMX brawler that has nothing to do with ninjas whatsoever.
Bubsy 3D - The fourth video game from the most unlikable video game mascot of all time.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time Re-Shelled - A remake of a beloved arcade game that lacks the charm of the original.
Fallout 76 - An incredibly buggy MMO game that ruined Bethesda's goodwill and kept humiliating the company day after day with new problems and unnecessary paywalls.
Hong Kong 97 - An incredibly rare SNES game that features dropping of the F-word, an infectuous song that never stops looping, and a correct prediction of Deng Xiaoping's death in 1997.
RAID: Shadow Legends - A shallow free-to-play mobile game that's been sponsored by every YouTuber on the planet.
Sega 32X - Sega's failed add-on for the Sega Genesis that was supposed to enhance its graphical capabilities, but it looked ugly and was made as an excuse to keep the Genesis on life support.
Super Mario 3D All-Stars - Incredibly lazy remaster of three amazing 3D platformers by formerly the most respected company in history.
Mortal Kombat: Special Forces - A Mortal Kombat origin story of Jax that suffered a troubled development cycle and is one of the titles disowned by Ed Boon.
Konami - A once beloved game company that has fallen from grace in recent years.
Sonic '06 - The Blue Blur's disastrous reboot and the next-gen debut that was hugely rushed out in time for Sonic's 15th anniversary.
Warcraft III: Reforged - A terrible remaster of one of the most beloved RTS games that promised more than it could deliver.
NBA 2K20 - A basketball game that has a literal casino inside of itself, with other flaws including an explicit soundtrack, a terrible MyTeam mode and cringeworthy dialogue.
FEATURED PAGE
GameGuru
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This engine is, unfortunately, not for everyone.
Platforms: Microsoft Windows (7, 8, 10; older versions also supported Windows XP and Vista)
Release Date: December 13, 2013 (initial release)
May 19, 2015 (out of early access)
Developer: TheGameCreators
Publisher: TheGameCreators
Franchise: FPS Creator, GameGuru


GameGuru (formely FPS Creator Reloaded) is a game engine created by TheGameCreators as the successor for FPS Creator.

GameGuru (or FPS Creator Reloaded) was promised to be a high end indie game engine and a successor to a popular game engine FPS Creator. It failed is promised KickStarter campaign with around 36% of it's intended goal, yet it was launched anyway in the late 2013. The launch verion had severe limitations (very poor performance and only around 50 objects could be placed at level before the engine memory ran out). It costs 30$ for the basic Bronze version and up to 100$ for the Gold version, where you were supposed to get boxed copy.

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