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Welcome to the Crappy Games Wiki!
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. There are also two sister wikis also based on the formula used on this site. These are the Awesome Games Wiki which features must-own treasures in gaming and the Cancelled Games Wiki which will feature games that never came out and why they were cancelled.

  1. There are two major headings to use for wiki pages: Why it Sucks and Why it Flopped. Why it Flopped is reserved for consoles and add-ons as these can fail but still have several redeeming qualities, good games, and even a fanbase. Why it Sucks is reserved for games and accessories as some have little to no redeeming qualities. For games considered "Average", then "Good Qualities" and "Bad Qualities" can be used instead, but make sure to include the "Average Games" category.
  2. DO NOT copy-paste from other sites like Wikipedia. If you do you'll be given a warning.
  3. Rude behavior towards other users will not be accepted. If you are rude towards another user, expect a ban.
  4. Writing down the plot of the game is completely optional.
  5. Do not create new categories. If you think a new category is needed, ask the admins. If your suggestion proves to be useful, they'll create it for you.
  6. Off-topic pages will NOT be accepted on this wiki; those will be deleted immediately, and the user who creates the page will be banned instantly.
  7. Pages created by trolls (such as Video Games that people and critics liked and one person doesn't) will also result in a ban.
  8. Never swear on pages unless it is used in a quote. Swearing in the comments is fine as long as it isn't used to offend others.
  9. Also never type in all-caps on pages, as it makes pages look unprofessional. Using italics, bold text, or underlining is okay however, as long as it isn't overused.
  10. Reasons for deleted comments are: poor grammar, malicious propaganda, harassing others, baseless insulting or if the comment makes no sense.
  11. Removing information, messing with the articles without giving a good reason, or any kind of vandalism in general will result in a ban.
  12. Because of the corruption in gaming journalism, as of September 4, 2015, the only reliable sources of game reviews will be user-based sites like GameFAQs and web reviewers. Game journalists supported by GamerGate are welcome so be sure to check out DeepFreeze for sites supported by GamerGate. As for GameFAQs, a game will be put on as long as it has a rating of 2.90 or lower. There can be a few execptions to this rule if strong reasons for the article are provided.
  13. As of 6th May 2018, pages based on games made in Roblox are banned from being made and will be deleted if they are made. Expect a block if you re-add them in.
  14. You will always be able to argue about your ban on your talk page unless what you did was unforgivable.
  15. In order to prevent the wiki from being flooded, shovelware games are prohibited, unless they achieved great notoriety in the gaming community (like Ninja Breadman or The Slaughtering Grounds).
  16. Please try to politely argue if you think a page should be deleted.

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Featured Article
Mighty No. 9
Mighty No. 9 cover art.jpg
This game will make you "cry like an anime fan on prom night".
Genre: Platformer
Platforms: Microsoft Windows
PlayStation 3AGW
PlayStation 4AGW
Xbox 360AGW
Xbox OneAGW
Wii U
Release Date: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One
JP/NA: June 21, 2016
EU: June 24, 2016

OS X, Linux
WW: August 25, 2016
Game Engine: Unreal Engine 3
Developer: Comcept
Inti CreatesAGW
Publisher: WW: Deep Silver
JP: Spike ChunsoftAGW
Franchise: Mighty
Next Game: Mighty Gunvolt Burst

Mighty No. 9 is a platforming game developed by Comcept in association with Inti Creates, and published by Deep Silver in worldwide and Spike Chunsoft in Japan. The game was funded via Kickstarter and was intended to be a spiritual successor to the Mega Man franchise.

If you want to know more about the troubled development, see the main article. This article is about the retail game itself, its flaws and unsuccessful release.


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