In the 1990s all it took to get attention for a game was fountains of blood and a dose of "Your mom will hate it!" Carmageddon, a racing game set in a Death Race 2000 future where pedestrians are fair game, had both. We overlooked its rough edges because it was edgy, at least until the Nintendo 64 version came out. Somewhere in translation its vehicle handling went AWOL and now it was impossible to corner with any subtlety, the controls only responding to extreme violence. Plus the pedestrians were gone, replaced with zombies far less thrilling to mow down. Your mom would still hate it, because it was a terrible game.