Resident Evil 4 on the GameCube, by Capcom, is generally considered the high point of the franchise -- and for good reason. The vibrant cartoon-like graphics, like many of the "best" games on this list, have aged well over time. It is not long until you acquire a boat and can explore the sea and visit neighboring islands. For the undersirable title of Worst Gamecube Game of all time, we have Battle for Atlantis. Unlike the other games on this list, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at least has one thing going for it: it’s shiny. How about a game called Janitor Simulator where you walk around a theme park picking up trash?

Aquaman: Battle for Atlantis. At the very least they are playable and have some positive elements. There are brief cartoon-style drawings to help advance the plot, but the entire game involves swimming, finding enemies, and beating them up. Sadly, Batman: Dark Tomorrow is possibly the worst Batman video game of all time. If playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your device. We would rent an NES from the grocery store for birthdays and special occasions until I saved up enough money to buy my own. RELATED: How To Unlock The Pikmin Mii Costume In Mario Kart Deluxe. Still, as it does not have significant attractions or more game modes, it is repetitive on a home console.

This game is nothing like those two classics. All the above criticisms could be overlooked if the game was fun, but unfortunately, this game is as boring as it gets. Die Hard Vendetta - God this game has so much potential. Batman has long been a highly loved action hero for both kids and adults alike.

It looks like a lunch box, complete with handle.

No matter how big a fan you are of Batman or the GameCube, don’t waste your money on this colossal flop. However, Bad Boys: Miami Takedown is a disgrace.

In Pikmin you control Captain Olimar who has crashed his spaceship on an uncharted planet and must collect at least 25 of the 30 missing ship parts in order to get it working. If you have a franchise like Bad Boys, it should be relatively easy to produce an action-packed video game, explosions, shootings, and hand-to-hand fighting. The sum of all our fears is what this game represents. Nintendo is, and it will always be the big N. It has reached our life of entertainment, emotion, and hours of happiness and anguish.

The rest, as they say, is history.

Aquaman: Battle for Atlantis makes even the worst GameCube games look like a walk in the park. Look, another dreadful game based on a bad movie! If playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your device.

On top of all that it was developed by Capcom, who has a good reputation when launching new game franchises.

The game has a dark and spooky Disney-esque look to it that provides a good jump scare every so often. Charlie’s Angels. However, the one thing no fan can get past is the tricky camera angles. Fans were nervous that the transition from a traditionally 2D game to 3D would not be successful.

They have their glitches and aren’t anything to write home about, but they are at least tolerable. There are like 2 or 3 types of enemies, and the combat system is pitiful. The graphics are horrible, with colors that are dark and washed-out.

Charlie’s Angels is an ugly, boring, and poorly made game. The truth is that Nintendo has also been responsible for making us spend money on games that were not good enough.

It’s tough to decide which is worse, the graphics or the controls. You have to control a taxi driver who has to take his passengers from point A to point B. Having played the Arkham saga, it is hard to think of a time when Batman games were terrible, but sadly, it was. We're ready to give hate a chance. They could not choose a worse cover letter.

And no matter how many times you play this game, you just can’t find a rational explanation for why the three Angels take it upon themselves to run everywhere in bikinis. Finally, Metroid Prime’s controls are very responsive and precise, with the only universal complaint being the lack of ability to aim around the screen while moving. The lack of music suits this game, and allows the game to draw you deeper into its world. There is no a variety of villains, nor visually attractive settings. Best: Resident Evil 4. My first console was a ColecoVision.

It moves too much, it never positions itself where it should be, and it despairs more than anything else. I have lived in the Houston TX area my whole life; love the winters...hate the summers.

It has simulation elements, but the game has an irregular gameplay; it is hard to control the car. The cars are bland, the plot is bland, the scenery is bland, and overall the game is just plain bland.

The gameplay in Dark Tomorrow is extremely tedious and repetitive.

From Nintendo, on to Sega, over to Sony and Xbox, and eventually back to Nintendo, I've loved them all. If out of curiosity, you want to see how bad they were, here are the worst Gamecube games of all time!


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