Tuesday, 21 June 2011

Fail Games to Avoid at All Costs

Games you shouldn't touch with a 10 foot controller.
5 Fail Games to Avoid at All Costs
No matter what platform you game on, if you've been fiddling with your controller (or mouse, depending on whats your poison) since a while, chances are you've come across at least one degenerative piece of crappy gaming software that's moved the industry back a few steps evolutionarily. The games I speak of are so detrimental to your mental health that for every hour you spend playing them, you need two hours of therapy to expunge the fail induced into the recesses of your mind. To keep you from stumbling upon these coaster-material titles and being scarred for life, we've compiled a list of 5 such games (most of which are from recent times) that are a complete waste of your money and time. Here goes...
Sniper: Path of Vengeance

If a bunch of drooling, mentally challenged apes developed a game, it would be far better than this one. First off, it makes no sense to have the word "Sniper" in its name, since you barely ever use the game's terrible sniper rifle. Most of your time's spent juggling grenades and wielding a shotgun that sounds like a cow with explosive diarrhea, using which you carve through a badly designed game world, killing randomly spawned guards that ever-so-often run towards you to embrace your gun. The enemy's suicidal AI is almost metaphorical — after playing this crap for more than an hour or two, you're going to wanna kill yourself! Bad AI and gun dynamics aside, Path of Vengeance features the most paper thin plot ever — you can guess the game's storyline just by reading its name. Yes, you are a sniper and you're looking for vengeance. Vengeance for what? Probably for playing this moronic FPS (which spells f**ing pathetic shooter).

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