Currently writing essays on the games and game consoles often referred to as "The Worst of All Time." Rather than just explaining what makes them bad though, I try to explore the context of their creation and the circumstances that lead to their infamy.
There's a story behind every video game. Bad games might be the most interesting.
Category Archives: Miscellaneous
Violent Storm, Buck Bumble, and Global Gladiators. Continue reading
The return of the Bad Game Hall of Fame YouTube channel, including cuts from the SNES version of Wolverine: Adamantium Rage, Golgo 13: Top Secret Episode, and Night Trap. Continue reading
More uploads have gone up on the Bad Game Hall of Fame YouTube channel, including jams from the arcade version of Psycho Soldier, the DOS version of Castlevania, and The Chessmaster on SNES. Continue reading
We’ve got a new group of uploads to the Bad Game Hall of Fame YouTube channel, featuring music from Cruis’n USA, Fire Fly, and Sonic Rush. Continue reading
A “virtual tour” of a retro games exhibit in New York. Continue reading
We’ve got a new batch of uploads to the Bad Game Hall of Fame YouTube channel, featuring music from Duke Nukem 3D [on the Sega Genesis], Sonic Spinball, and Tribes 2. With any luck at all, there are more uploads to come in the following days / weeks / months / millennia. Continue reading
This group of inductees to the Bad Game Music Hall of Fame (as accessible on the Bad Game Hall of Fame YouTube channel) is headlined by “Narrow and Close” from Resident Evil: Director’s Cut Dualshock Ver.! Other new entrants include The Adventures of Rad Gravity, Tagin’ Dragon, Space Harrier II, and Oriental Ninja. Continue reading
Some video game music simply fails to utilize the full potential of their console’s sound chip, while others are guilty of perhaps being overly ambitious. Some video game music is literally just random notes strung together. No matter the circumstance, I’m gonna try to build a bit of a collection here, gathering the best of the worst together on a single channel. And when I’m able, I’ll even try to give a bit of insight into why these songs sound the way they do! Continue reading