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Ineptly-made games that will make you feel ripped off.
Ride to Hell: Retribution - A game about a motorcyclist who flies off to the right and explodes.
Superman 64 - A textbook example of an absolutely unplayable abomination among 3D games.
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial - A game that not only destroyed Atari's reputation but also almost ruined the entire gaming industry.
Grand Theft Auto rip-offs - Games that rip off Grand Theft Auto to no success, commonly found on Google Play and the App Store.
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.
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.
Balan Wonderworld - A massively disappointing game from Sonic the Hedgehog co-creator Yuji Naka.
From the worst games to the worst consoles to terrible moments in gaming history, this wiki was made to warn gamers about some of the worst in video game history. This was the first reception wiki created; it was founded by Grust on July 22, 2013 on FANDOM, and moved to Miraheze on September 7, 2018.
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Dragon's Lair (1990) - A really slow platformer based on a game from a dead genre.
Action 52 - A textbook example of a game that focuses on quantity over quality.
Pizza Dude - A game that makes you not want to order a pizza.
Family Party: 30 Great Games Obstacle Arcade - A party game that doesn't have great games.
Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) - The Blue Blur's disastrous reboot and the next-gen debut that was hugely rushed out in time for Sonic's 15th anniversary.
Fast & Furious Crossroads - A game that doesn't care about quality, only family.
EA's Star Wars Battlefront II - A game featuring "surprise mechanics" that became the center of a massive controversy regarding loot boxes.
Raven's Cry - A game that will indeed make ravens cry.
Bubsy 3D - A game where everything possibly could go wrong.
Atari Jaguar - Atari's final foray into the game console market that falsely claimed to be 64-bit.
Back to the Future - A game that makes you want to return to the past.
Cyberpunk 2077 - Cyberpunk-themed game that shows that the world is one big bug.
Hong Kong 97 - A 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.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - The Angry Video Game Nerd's most hated video game.
Cooking Mama: Cookstar - A game that needs more time in the oven, which was also suspected of having a cryptominer hidden in the code (which it didn't).
Hotel Mario - A game that won't make you lotsa spaghetti.
CrazyBus - A game that will make you crazy like a bus.
SpongeBob HeroPants - A pathetic attempt to create a licensed game that should be buried under water.
Kane & Lynch: Dead Men - A game which ironically lets you have multiple weapons at once despite having only one pistol in the game.
Warcraft III: Reforged - A remaster that deserves the subtitle "Refunded" as it does absolutely everything worse than the original.
NBA 2K20 - A casino that includes basketball.
Way of the Warrior - Naughty Dog's failed attempt to create a Mortal Kombat rip-off that nearly resulted in the company's bankruptcy.
The Town with No Name - A poorly-animated game that has dialogue so cringe-worthy that lots of it became memes.
Ardennes Offensive - A budget game that's so bad it's offensive.
Umbrella Corps - An embarrassing attempt to create an online Resident Evil game that ended up as an unplayable cash-grab.
Duke Nukem Forever - A first-person shooter that was stuck in development for 15 years, only to be released as a franchise killer.
Takedown: Red Sabre - A Kickstarter disaster which was supposed to be the successor of Rainbow Six and SWAT, but ended up as an embarrassing knock-off of these games.
Postal III - A game so bad that even its developers refuse to acknowledge its existence.
XIII (2020) - A remake of the cult-classic Ubisoft game that is more outdated than the original.
Loot boxes - Gambling in video games for in-game items, but most of the time you must purchase them for real money.
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Nickelodeon Kart Racers - Nickelodeon's failed attempt at making their own Mario Kart rip-off.
Hunt Down The Freeman - A Half-Life fan game that fucked up your face.
Ultima IX: Ascension - The ninth mainline installment, which destroyed the franchise because of EA's dirty hands.
Grand Theft Auto Online - The Grand Theft Auto V mode that got milked to death.
Yandere Simulator - A generic Yandere game that has a lazy developer who cannot take any piece of criticism.
Revolution 60 - A game with bland protagonists where you do nothing more than typing words.
Bomberman: Act Zero - Definition of the most unnecessary reboot in history.
HyperScan - A video game console that should be labeled as HyperScam due to its poor content.
Damnation - A video game that wasn't even developed by a video game studio.
Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival - Definition of a party game that doesn't even include mini-games.
Sonic the Hedgehog
"It's no use!"
โ€” Silver the Hedgehog, hopefully about this game
Protagonist(s): Sonic the Hedgehog
Shadow the Hedgehog
Silver the Hedgehog
Genre(s): Action-adventure
Platform(s): Xbox 360
PlayStation 3
Release date: Xbox 360
NA: November 14, 2006
EU: November 24, 2006
JP: December 21, 2006

PlayStation 3
JP: December 21, 2006
NA: January 30, 2007
EU: March 23, 2007
Engine: RenderWare
Havok (physics)
Developer(s): Sonic Team
Publisher(s): Sega
Made in: Japan
Franchise: Sonic the Hedgehog
Predecessor: Shadow the Hedgehog
Successor: Sonic Unleashed

Sonic the Hedgehog (commonly referred to as Sonic '06) is a 2006 action-adventure platform video game in the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise. It was released as celebration for the 15th anniversary of the series. It was intended to be a reboot of the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise. Developed by Sonic Team and published by Sega. It was released for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The Wii and Microsoft Windows versions of the game were also in development, but the PC port was scrapped due to its development cycle, while the Wii port became Sonic and the Secret Rings, due to the Wii's hardware limitations.


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  • ROM hacks and mods - These aren't full games, and creating such pages is pointless.


  • Famiclones - They are very similar to each other, having mostly the same issues such as inexpensive materials and often being bundled with tons of shovelware. The only exception is the aforementioned article all about that type of consoles.

Companies and designers

  • Game Freak - Too divisive for a topic.


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