Top 10 Worst Video Games of All Time

The Top Ten
1 Superman 64

I've heard people note E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial as the worst game ever made. It's not. E.T. is just forgettable. It isn't harmful, just boring. I also hear people calling THIS the worst game ever made. It is. E.T. is boring and forgettable. This is broken and unplayable. I have never seen a game be so awful in everything it tried to do.

There are games like Sonic '06 where you can master it and make it look like your average Sonic game. But, I don't think ANYONE can get enough practice or patience to master THIS piece of garbage. Anyone who has deserves an award because that takes a LOT! If I did a review on this game, I would definitely give it a 0/10. NOTHING good comes out of this experience.

Superman 64 is the bane of the DC gaming enterprises, yes, even worse than Aquaman. The very first stage is a barrage of rings that you have to fly through but is extremely difficult because the controls are horrendous. Once you manage to get through the rings, the on-screen instructions flash for a split second. You need to be a speed-reader to comprehend what was just displayed.

Once you piece together what to do with those two cars from context clues, guess what? Another ring maze. There are a total of FIVE ring mazes in the first stage alone! The second stage? Glitchtastic. You WILL fall through the floor or go through a wall. And after that, oh yeah! MORE RINGS. You are inundated with ring flying throughout the entire game.

It's basically a series of unimaginative mini-games and flying through rings. This tedious, boring, bland game is joyless and barren of any entertainment value. And I'll be honest with you, I never made it past the fourth stage. Most people, after the first stage, put this one away, and some people put it out of its misery, and rightfully so.

2 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

This game is horrible because:

1. The essential instructions needed to understand any part of the game, like the enemies or how to play, were inside the cartridge box, which, at the time the game was released, was thrown away immediately.
2. The graphics were horrible.
3. You fell into a pit every new area you traveled into.
4. It was glitchy.

Also, the game was bad for the makers because, for some reason, they made more game copies than there were consoles to play it on. What genius came up with that? Some people say this game even caused the Video Game Crash of the 1980s, but although it isn't true, it did help cause it, along with lots of other bad games and various factors.

This isn't the worst video game in general. It's nowhere near being the worst video game in general. This is the worst video game in reputation standards. The reason why it's usually considered to be the worst video game ever made is that this game nearly DESTROYED the video game industry (a.k.a., if Nintendo didn't make the NES, the video games we have today would be non-existent because of this piece of crap).

This game isn't widely considered the worst game ever because of the game itself. It's widely considered the worst game ever because of ALL the enormous damage it has done. To me, the worst video games in general are either "The Tiger Electronic Games," "Crazy Bus/Desert Bus," "Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing," "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," or "Hong Kong 97."

3 Big Rigs: Over The Road Racing

The thing about Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing is that, unlike every other game on this list, you seriously can't play it. In Big Rigs, it is literally impossible to lose. Your opponent is frozen solid at the starting line, making you win by default. Along with that, the game is unfinished. Your truck is a ghost that can go through everything, you can drive up 90-degree angle hills without losing any speed, and you can drive out of boundaries without any effort.

And even if the game had no glitches, you still wouldn't want to play it. The tracks are uninteresting, there's no different stats for the trucks you drive, and there's no music other than the sound of your engine. Although "You're Winner", Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing "Is Loser".

I made my own list, which has this game at #8 due to being a guilty pleasure of epic proportions. However, that doesn't excuse all the stuff in this game that... EXISTS. Gravity... what's that? Collision detection = nonexistent. Get lost and end up in a void of nothing! Tired of games being hard and difficult, and, you know, being games? Well, the AI in this game does nothing, so explore around this glitchy, programmed-in-two-days game that shouldn't even be put in a dumpster but should either be ignored or enjoyed by just messing around with all the different ways to break the game and have fun!

It's like a party to which only you are invited due to everything being dumb, and I love it so much! But it's still a monstrosity.

4 Bubsy 3D

This game should be number one. It is, without a doubt, the worst video game of all time. It's so bad that it makes Superman 64 look like Super Mario Bros. 2. The graphics are terrible. Being made in the 90s is no excuse, either. There were 3D games made before this that were much better.

I will admit: Bubsy wasn't really anything special in the first place, but it was much better than this. The graphics and colors are all too bright, and the designs are terrible. You would get much more out of staring at a dull wall. The controls are terrible as well. You know how hard it is to use chopsticks for the first time? This is how horrible the controls are. Not to mention, Bubsy's voice is so annoying. He sounds like Dot Warner on her period.

It claims to have the "Gold X Award," yet it is easily the worst video game of the 90s. The plot is virtually nonexistent. It has a goal that the characters must achieve, but after it is set up, nothing happens. It would be no exaggeration to say that this is 85% filler. It's just unfunny joke after unfunny joke after pointless challenge after unfunny joke.

That's my second biggest problem: None of the jokes are funny. It makes the already tedious filler even more tedious to sit through. Obnoxious stereotype references, repetitive slapstick we've seen a million times before, etc.

The low point of the game has to be the gameplay. It feels like the cheesy speech. It has the worst vocals of any video game ever. Add that to historical inaccuracies, terrible characters, and writers who don't think through their implications...

5 Action 52

With games that crash, exhibit hideous jumping controls, contain random characters, display microscopic sprites, and feature a mass array of horrible space shooters - dying in mid-air, experiencing problems with proportion, encountering misleading titles, misleading power-ups, and embarrassing weapons - not to mention seizure-inducing backgrounds, a lack of enemies, games you can't win, games you can't lose, and games that make no sense whatsoever.

That's what the Angry Video Game Nerd said about this game! Why is it only number 16!? The top 10 should be E.T., Superman 64, Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing, Plumbers Don't Wear Ties, Sonic '06, Action 52, The Wand of Gamelon, Custer's Revenge, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and Bubsy 3D!

And do you know what makes this game the most deserving of the Top 10? It was $199! Have you ever seen a new game cost THAT MUCH!? You might as well just shred that money or do anything else, really! Doing ANYTHING else with $199, especially donating it, would be a much better idea than getting this pile of dump!

6 Custer's Revenge

This is the stupidest, most sickening game on Atari. Basically, the objective of the game is to control General Custer, who has a visible pixelated erection - you read this right - and ensure you save your thing-a-ding from getting skewered with an arrow. I know that sounds wrong, but pretend you didn't read it. The end goal is to have relations with a Native American woman tied to a pole. How wrong does this seem, guys? Pretty wrong.

If you think the gameplay alone is bad, just look at the instructions that come with the game. Wow, Atari. I know it's an adult game, but why would they let it even go through and actually produce copies? This is the most sickening Atari game in the world, ever. Believe me when I warn you, do not, I repeat, DO NOT play this game. You're going to wish you didn't.

Let me explain why this is the worst by explaining why the other games aren't.

Minecraft - Love it or hate it, there is a reason it is getting so popular.

Sonic 06 - Take away the glitches and it isn't terrible.

Big Rigs - Same as Sonic 06.

Call of Duty - Don't get me wrong, I dislike Call of Duty. But they are still well-made games.

Now, let us look at Custer's Revenge. The entire point is racism and sexism. You don't even do anything! The only reason anyone would publish this was to show how racist they are. It's sickening. It really is.

7 Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde

Birds that defecate enormous droppings, women who run at the speed of sound and crash into you, young boys who use slingshots against you, guys who place bombs in your way, spiders that descend from trees, and bees that fly around all contribute to making this one of the worst games ever. A completely useless cane doesn't help your cause either. It literally doesn't harm anything. When you transform into Hyde, you start shooting balls at brains with legs, baby demons, and other weird monsters. But when you reach the end - surprise! - a lightning bolt strikes you, and you die. What a fantastic game (sarcasm intended).

As Jekyll, you can't hit anything, and every person on the street is out to kill you. I especially hate that if a bomb is dropped, even if you're on the other side of the screen, it takes half your health. As Hyde, your weapon actually kills things, but the shot is never straight. Finally, if you walk a step more than when you died as Jekyll, lightning strikes and kills you. This game is incredibly frustrating. As the AVGN would say, I would rather live under an outhouse and eat nothing but dead bats and piles of refuse.

8 Plumbers Don't Wear Ties

Plumbers Don't Wear Ties is essentially a movie with a menu appearing every five or so minutes to affect the choices of the characters. I'm not sure if you would even CLASSIFY it as a movie because everything after the opening cutscene is a still picture, yet the box classifies it as an FMV (Full Motion Video). Random filters are applied everywhere for no apparent reason, and the characters lack any discernible personalities. The story also lacks coherence. What's even worse is that PDWT was released for the Panasonic 3DO, a system that cost $700 at the time (which, adjusted for inflation in 2014, would be $1,149.64) and had very few good games. Unless you're a collector, avoid purchasing this game.

No. 1, please! This failure of an excuse for a video game is indescribably TERRIBLE! If you ever manage to get your hands on an existing copy your local game store didn't throw out in disgust, please don't play it, for the sake of your future experience in video games. (Seriously, after playing this, Minecraft's graphics will seem heavenly, and all other games on this list will be like an irreplaceable offer from the Greek god of video games, or something.) In other words: This is bad.

9 Sonic the Hedgehog (2006)

The story, glitches, and level design make this game almost like a Sonic Adventure 3. The only good thing about this game is the music, and you don't even have to buy the game to enjoy it. Just buy the soundtrack, because this is an absolute joke of a game. People try to defend this game, saying Sonic Team didn't have time to finish it. But that doesn't matter! They might have been able to complete it on time if they hadn't wasted so much development time. The game wasn't even supposed to have nine playable characters. It was just supposed to be Sonic, Shadow, and Silver. Thankfully, Sonic Colors managed to bring Sonic back to form.

This should be in the top five. The game was released in 2006, a long time after most other games on this list were made. By then, you'd think game companies would be capable of creating at least playable games. However, that's not the case with Sonic '06. The game was rushed for Sonic's 15th anniversary and is filled with glitches that make it unplayable. It has a story that no one cares about and loading screens that take an eternity to get through. Although the soundtrack is good, it's not nearly enough to give the game any redeeming qualities. This is the worst Sonic game ever made and one of the worst games of all time.

10 Ride to Hell: Retribution

This game is a reminder that being in a biker gang, having awkward liaisons with unusually forthcoming women, and shooting thousands of reckless bikers who charge at you isn't what it's cracked up to be. In fact, most people who played this probably got up, prayed earnestly to their gods, then found the nearest soup kitchen to help their community, hoping that they won't ride to hell for playing such an awful creation. So, in a way, it's probably helping mankind realize their mistakes and give back to the world while becoming productive individuals to society in the process.

Poor gameplay is one thing, and this game certainly has plenty of it. The combat is awful, with odd button choices and terrible driving segments. However, it doesn't stop there. The game also includes some truly horrible cutscenes. The lack of sound, impact, and choppy animation is being generous in describing them. The story itself is bland, boiling down to a guy seeking revenge and going on a rampage. The inclusion of a hubworld seems unnecessary and likely just padding. The characters are boring, and the attempt at voice acting sounds like it was recorded in a bathroom without soundproof foam.

All of these aspects are awful, but the absolute worst part of this game goes beyond any of these shortcomings. It is outright offensive. Women are depicted as literal sex objects, and any female character you help, regardless of the context, rewards you with sex. It's completely unnecessary and adds nothing to the game. This game shouldn't even exist, as it fails to deliver quality gameplay or any redeeming qualities.

The Contenders
11 Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon

When you give the licensing of your video game character to another game developing group, who ends up making their own console instead, this is what you get.

I've watched the gameplay of this "Zelda" game. It was beyond terrible. This was nothing like the Zelda series. The animating was stupid, the plot was terrible, and the pause button was the crouch button.

I'm just glad it wasn’t Nintendo who created this monstrosity, but it was dumb for them to give the licensing to someone else.

A great game where you have to sit through the best cutscenes in the world! Doesn’t watching them make you proud to be a Zelda fan? Also, go ahead and defeat Ganon by putting him in a book, the most epic way to end a Legend of Zelda game! Additionally, they released TWO versions of this game! So, you can go through all of that ALL OVER AGAIN with a few tweaks! Also, using a state-of-the-art controller that sometimes will spazz out of control! Yay! So, buy your copy and CDI add-on today, and make sure you also play Zelda’s Adventure, Hotel Mario, and The Faces of Evil for even more torture... I mean... Pleasure? Yeah, I don’t understand how the project that made the PlayStation can also create this utter garbage!

12 Shaq-Fu

Dear Shaq-Fu,

This game is terrible. It's just Shaq trying to be cool. Even though Shaq is famous, this game still falls flat. Rated one out of ten, this game deserves a 0.1. Did I mention that the graphics are okay? They're not as bad as those in Minecraft.


"Yeah, what's better than a guy looking at you like this and saying, 'Hey, give all your money, and I won't shoot.'"

Sonic Battle & Catfight are even worse fighting games for multiple reasons...

Remember, I hate this game too, which is why I used "even worse". Do you have any replies?

13 Crazy Bus

It's crazy that someone made a game where you have to play for 8 hours straight. This is the most boring game ever. There's nothing to keep your attention. The background is always the same, there are no passengers on the bus, and there is no music. What do you get when you reach the end? One point. One miserable point! If you doze off while playing, the bus deliberately steers to the right and gets stuck. Then, a tow truck brings you back to the start - in real time. Then you have to start the 8-hour journey all over again from the beginning. This is just outrageous. Did I forget to mention that you can't pause or save the game? That's "Crazy Bus" for you.

Where do I even start with this game? This game can barely be considered a game. One simply drives left and right and honks the horn, while a crunched image of a bus is in the background, riding on a see-through checkerboard floor. The only sprites, the buses, look as if they were done in MS Paint and, even then, you could make a better-looking bus. This game doesn't even look finished. It looks like it was made in at least 10 minutes. The only song there is, I'm not even sure if it's a song. It barely has any pattern. It's just a bunch of bleeps and bloops that scatter windows. Honestly, if you corrupted a song, it would likely have more of a beat than whatever the soundtrack in Crazy Bus is.

There's no excuse for this game. Desert Bus was a game made to critique how parents often criticized games for being too violent. Big Rigs, despite not being anywhere near a finished state, is at least funny. This game isn't even one you can laugh at. There's nothing to laugh about. At least with most bad games, there's a 'game' to play. This game was made for testing, TESTING. And they shamelessly released it... for... some reason. Why, I do not know!

14 Hotel Mario

When the name springs to mind, I just end up cringing at the fact that all that happens is you shut a door. Puzzle game? Yeah, right - a puzzle game without the puzzle, more like.

I'm sorry, but I can't consider this a game at all. It's just pathetic - a joke on paper because I think 3-year-old children could, and maybe would, come up with a better game idea and concept.

I finish my point with this: What is a game without an objective?

Who can make a better video game? The answer: ANYBODY. This game hardly even qualifies as a game. When playing the game, all you're doing is running around and shutting doors. Really? Shutting doors? Could it be any more stock?

How about the hideous controls and horrible jumping? When you're trying to stomp on enemies, you bounce up and get killed by enemies on the floor above you. Worst of all, the cutscenes. No enclosed instruction book can help you with this horrible "game."

15 Hong Kong 97

Long, long ago, in 1995, the evil Jackie Chan was raining terror down in our local country, with his mind of abominations that permanently scared the reputation of our lives! But then suddenly, he stopped and thought: "Wait a minute," he said, "I can destroy the video game industry too!" So off the evil Jackie Chan went, to appear in Hong Kong '97, the most terrible bootleg game ever created! His most evil abomination yet!

Hong Kong '97 is one of the most annoying, ear-piercing, offensively stupid video games to deface our local country. It's filled with continual crude jokes, burp jokes, and toilet jokes. All while this game smashes into your screen with this dead man's head. It seems more like a bizarre form of psychological torture than it does a video game. Chan is not charming in this game. He's not even relatable in any way! They've somehow managed to take all of the characters' worst qualities and multiplied them by 1.2 billion.

Something like a 43-something Chinese stereotype wiping all the soldiers out of the way is considered "comic gold" for this game. Well, it's funny because it's a crazy mess! The only way they could top this train wreck is by repeating the same music loop. No, I'm not going to listen to the song. I'm done! I don't think they could have made this game more offensive if they'd renamed it Cripple Kong '97. It's one of the most annoying video game disasters I've ever played.

16 Desert Bus

Who… The heck… Thought that THIS was a good idea for a game? The only redeeming factor I can see in it is that there aren't any whiny kids screaming in the background, but aside from that… GOD.

You're driving a bus at 45 mph from Tucson to Las Vegas in REAL TIME, and at no point can you stop playing because the bus veers slightly to the right. So it will crash on the side of the road (which is completely lacking in scenery), and you'll have to get towed ALL the way back to Tucson, also in real time.

Some bad games are at least somewhat playable for a few seconds, but Desert Bus has absolutely NOTHING going for it. It has no redeeming factors. It has absolutely no quality. It is the worst game of all time.

The aim of this game is to get from Tucson, Arizona to Las Vegas, Nevada. It takes 8 hours just to go back and forth, and you only get a point just for going. What's worse, if you spin out of control into the gravel on the side of the road, you have to wait for a tow truck to come to take you back to the start. You can't pause the game, there aren't any cars that come towards you, there are no passengers in the back, and you can only go 45 miles per hour. Now, that is what I call the worst game in all of mankind!

17 Pac-Man (Atari 2600)

This was seriously one of the only games that gave me nightmares when I was little. I'm the kind of person who isn’t scared by zombies or man-eating plants. It's the open space. No sound. Darkness. I may sound like I'm insane, but even Boom-Blox and Chime scared me. Especially Chime. *shivers*

This game gets monotonous after a while when you play it by yourself, so it helps to have someone around. You can get really mad with the ghosts, too. There are a lot of glitches and definitely some things that could use improvement.

Yes, it was the best-selling game on the console, but that was only because it came with the box. The game has sound effects that are just horrendous. The sound that it makes when Pac-Man eats a pellet sounds like your toddler is pressing a button that makes a duck quack constantly. The ghosts also glitch and double, so it looks like two are coming for you. This game's a total glitch itself.

18 Fortnite: Battle Royale

All you do is loot the house, shoot people, build treehouses, and repeat. This game has led to little kids stealing their moms' credit cards to get 100-pound V-bucks for only ten skins, with children becoming addicted and screaming down the whole bloody house just because they died. Literally, my friend is addicted to this game, and now I'm forced to do this 2FA that I don't care about, just to give her an ugly skin. If I don't, then she ends the call and starts an argument. If I also buy her dream skin, she does the same thing. Really, I wish this game just wasn't made, and I'll maintain the same opinion on it even though chapter 2, season 7 is here.

I really do not get why this game is so popular to begin with. Most of the boys keep talking about it at school and in public. An actual good video game, such as Halo, Grand Theft Auto, and Sonic the Hedgehog, maintains a story and enhances it, and that is not what Fortnite does. It just floated its way to fame because little kids were tricked with cheap, stupid cosmetics into getting lasered by tryhards and cheaters.

I also hate how it runs out of ideas easily. The same stuff keeps appearing in the shops over and over again. And the guns. Don't even get me started. Even a baby's toy does more damage than most of the guns in this horrible game. It doesn't care about its feedback either. It's like Teen Titans Go, only as a video game.

I'm glad I got into high school before stuff for this game showed up in book fairs. It didn't deserve the fame it got and is definitely the worst multiplayer game of all time.

19 Aquaman: Battle for Atlantis

Admit it, EVERYBODY hates water levels. The one in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for the NES really ticked a lot of players off. So, it was decided to make an entire game based around the concept. Not only does it suck, but the bad camera angles just make the gameplay worse.

Mario Party 7 is way better than Aquaman: Battle for Atlantis.

Who would even want to play this abomination!

20 Flappy Bird

This game is overrated. It stole 90% of its graphics from Mario, it has absolutely no ending and must continue forever, the character flaps all over the place like an idiot, the hit detection when between the pipes is GODLY HORRIBLE, and it offers no feeling of satisfaction whatsoever. It spawned so many crappy clones, the touchscreen controls suck, there's no story at all, and it made everyone addicted in unhealthy ways. One time, a person killed another over the fact that he couldn't beat his high score.

This game is highly addictive but for all the wrong reasons. The graphics were stolen from Super Mario on the NES, it's repetitive, and a ton of other things. I could go on forever, but you get the idea. I also heard that this game caused people to commit suicide. I don't know if that's true or not.

This game is crap. The only reason why people played this is that it is very addictive. Yes, very addictive, but also very repetitive, with very bad graphics, very hard, and very pointless... Man, this game could easily be in the top 10!

21 Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric

I can defend Sonic '06, but I can't defend this game. I could have made this game in a night while a dog was chewing on me! Its story is awful, it has bad graphics, the designs are terrible, and the dialogue is horrendous. Let me give you an example.

Sonic: Look! Ramps!

(2 seconds later)

Tails: We can use these as ramps!

Great writing, creators! They even got the music wrong. It's so generic that it falls below average. Sonic is slow, Knuckles is an idiot, the villains are terrible, and overall, it's just an awful game. You can even phase through walls. I played this game at a Target because I refused to pay money for this abominable game and hated every second of it. The developers really did not care about making this game.

By far the worst Sonic game ever. They tried to do something different, but almost everything new they introduced was detrimental. The only aspects I can praise are the animations during cutscenes, which are great, and the presentation of the voice acting, which is also great (though I can't say the same for the script the actors were given). Other than that, the game has nothing to offer. The character designs are mediocre at best, the soundtrack is far more forgettable than Shadow's soundtrack, and the storyline is pointless because nothing is explained. The gameplay in all three portions is awful.

22 Minecraft

This game has nothing to it.

All you do is eat, build, mine, and fight.

Fans claim, "Fighting off zombies is super fun." Could there be worse fighting mechanics?

"You have total creative freedom." What? To build stuff entirely out of cubes and nothing else? I know you get to flick a switch and make stuff move after an hour of work, but what's the point in that?

"It's all about surviving." Well, the survival mechanics are that you have to eat food. It might be interesting if food were rare or you had to fight for food. This also interrupts building.

"You have a final goal," one that takes you about three hours to find and is SO ANNOYING! Why would someone put a combat-oriented situation in a game with the worst combat system ever?

"You can build roller coasters, castles, and statues, and anything else." Roller coasters are basic, castles are basic, and you can't build much else due to the limited supply of everything the game has to offer.

"This game is fun because it delivers a challenge." Nope.

Why do people find this game scary? It's not.

When I look into an open-world game, the first thing I look at is the atmosphere. This game has none. Sure, I will admit that it has the largest open world in the history of video games, and that is probably the largest we will ever see. But that world is so boring.

I honestly don't get why people love this game so much. Sure, it's not the worst game EVER, but it doesn't deserve so many sales.

Another thing that bothers me is that this game doesn't fully fit into any genre of gaming. Some might say this is survival, but failing to survive doesn't really affect the player. Some could argue that this is a sandbox game. However flawed they may be, this game does have objectives.

I said it before, and I'll say it again: This game has nothing to it.

23 Dark Castle

The controls are the worst abomination on the face of the planet. The main character is such a chicken. He always gets dizzy, or dies right when he is about to jump to another platform. The music is incredibly lazy, and the noises the character makes are so annoying. You will want to just put your hand into the T.V. to punch him in the face! Moreover, there are some items that they want you to collect to beat the final boss. However, you don't need them! All you need to do to defeat him is to pull some levers so the antagonist falls into a pit. To make matters worse, you can just skip all of the levels just to get to the final one! Even worse, you can beat the game in exactly 2 MINUTES!

George Bernard Shaw once said that one cannot expect a man to do some things more than once. One of them being to listen to Brahms' Requiem. This stereotypical horror movie music is even worse. It's as if you went to ten weddings in a month, each of them playing Lohengrin. Additionally, imagine every joyous moment in your life being greeted with a choir singing "Freude, schöner Götterfunken, Tochter aus Elysium..." The soundtrack alone is enough for me to throw this game with great force.

Dark Castle is one of those games where the challenge arises from the controls and the repetitive nature of the maps. Sadomasochists rejoice. You'll be spending a lot of time in the dungeon.

24 Link: The Faces of Evil

I couldn't decide which of the two games I should add, so I included them both. First off, the graphics are actually alright, but the gameplay is frustrating, the voice acting is awful, and the characters are hideous!

How the hell is Fortnite above this? In my opinion, Fortnite is not good, but it's at least a well-made game compared to this.

This crazy joke is one of three lousy Zelda CD-i games too many. Can anybody say Rainbow Of Doom!

25 Five Nights at Freddy's

Oh, Call of Duty fanboys and Hillary Clinton supporters, just stop. Yes, the game has a perverted fanbase of furries that watch Zootopia on an endless loop every day, but doesn't Pokémon and almost every other pop culture icon deal with that? I don't understand why you whine about this when they make infinite amounts of inappropriate content on everything else we love. There is no way of stopping the Rule 34 machine. Get over it!

Also, if you ever played it, it is actually a pretty good horror game (although 4 and Sister Location are superior in my opinion).

The game is straight rubbish. It should have never been created. The jump scares are predictable, and the game is just so repetitive, even the sequels! It's also very disappointing that Scott tried to put just an actual shred of story in the game.

But don't even get me started on the fan base. Every kid that likes this game is a little prick, talking about how it's one of the "best games ever." It isn't. It should be number one on the worst games list, for its fanbase alone!

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