You'd think that the people in charge of the Call of Duty franchise would be more protective of it than this.
If you are a fundamentally terrible person on every imaginable level, then Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse is the video game for you.
A crappy gambling game that also doubles as a parable about the dangers of downloadable content.
Both functionally broken and creatively bankrupt, Aliens: Colonial Marines is an extinction-level disaster.
This poor clone of today's music games is especially sad when you consider Konami's rich history with the genre.
It's too little and far, far too late for this shoddy, low-rent rhythm game also-ran.
Lucha Fury is like a master class in how to make a terrible beat-'em-up.
Tedious, contrived, repetitive stealth mechanics make this a game you should try your best to hide from.
It's really hard to imagine anyone having anything that even resembles a good time while playing G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra.
Tony Hawk: RIDE's shoddy hardware and ill-conceived software merge to form something completely abysmal.