Tony Hawks Pro Skater 5 To start off with, If you’re watching this video you have probably played at least one of the Tony Hawk games. But whether you like skateboarding or not, these games are sure to be a fun time… Or so we thought with tony hawks pro skater 5. THPS 5 marked the first entry in the series for over eight years and it was by far the worst game fans of the series had ever seen. Glitches and bugs in the version that got released simply showed the game was definitely not play tested enough at all. And the game lacked the charm and Arcady gameplay that made the series great since its inception. Since its launch in 2015 it’s received a handful of patches to get things back on track, but the modes still feel like the same old thing regurgitated that we’ve seen for years now. Let me know in the comments If you’re like me and are just holding out for EA to release skate 4. #4.) Sonic Boom Rise Of Lyric Back in 2010 the sonic franchise seen many great entries such as sonic generations and sonic colors…
But for some reason when the Wii u came out Sega went back to the drawing board and gave us what seemed like a step backward in the form of sonic lost world for the Wii U, But that game is nothing compared to 2014’s Sonic Boom. the game was so bad it was universally panned by critics upon its release and serves as another slap in the face to fans who have been playing the games for years. Rise of lyric takes away the traditional platforming base that the franchise is known for in favor of a puzzle solving and exploration type game. Players can freely switch between controlling Sonic, Tails, and Amy as well some of the other sonic character you’d expect but they all use their unique abilities to progress through the game. While that all sounds ok on paper, It was executed very poorly. The camera is nauseatingly terrible, the frame-rate drops constantly and the levels feel like they were slapped together in an afternoon by their designers. While the game isn’t as bad as the masterpiece that is Sonic 06, for fans this is definitely a game to stay away from. #3.) Call of duty black ops declassified released in 2012 exclusively for Sony’s PlayStation Vita. Call of Duty Black Ops Declassified was what fans hoped to be there ticket to take the much loved franchise on the go. Upon it’s release critics panned its short campaign, terrible enemy AI, unreliable online servers and small map sizes. The campaign was cited as being little over an hour long and while the game did try some unique ideas such as using the rear touchpad of the PlayStation Vita as part of the control scheme, fans were left with what felt more like a demo than an actual full game providing us players with what was a terrible value for our money.
Many people called this game a massive middle finger to fans of the COD series and I’m willing to bet we won’t see another portable version of Call Of Duty any time soon. #2.) Vampire Rain (Xbox 360, PS3) Vampire Rain was released for the PS3 and Xbox 360 in July of 2007. The game is set in suburban Los Angeles where an infestation of vampires have decided to take over. Players take control of a special operative named John Lloyd and once you’ve entered this vampire infested city, it’s your job to wipe out all vampires in sight. The player must then find their way through all areas of your typical horror game city all the fog and rain that you’d expect. In the game you’ll be moving across rooftops and through back alleys, avoiding getting caught to ensure the best use of all the high tech weaponry at your disposal. While it sounds cool, It really didn’t turn out well. Reviews of the game citied its poor enemy AI, lackluster controls and for taking some of the formula’s used in games like metal gear solid and splinter cell, but executing them terribly.
All thought this was ranked as one of the worst games on the Xbox 360 it was fortunate enough to receive a sequel which if you didn’t already guess also sucked. There is far better zombie games out there so for gamers, Vampire Rain is yet another title to stay clear of. #1.) Ride To Hell Retribution Oh boy… Where do we start with this one? Originally announced in 2008, Ride To Hell Retribution was eventually released for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 in June of 2013… Players are still unsure to this day how this game even got cleared for release. You take control of Jake Conway a Vietnam war veteran who is on a quest to ride through the California desert and avenge the death of your brother. There’s not much to be said about this game that hasn’t been said already, and it’s often considered one of the worst games of all time, if not the worst. Every aspect of the game is broken, from the controls to the highly unpolished and at times unfinished graphics. Tag on a ton of offensive dialogue and you’ve got yourself a game that scored a mere 1/10 on IGN. Personally I think ride to hell retribution is a massive embarrassment to the video game industry and a game that nobody should ever have to play.