The 50 Worst Games of All Time

From 'BMX XXX' and 'Bubsy 3D' to a game about a talking sausage and the least erotic sex games imaginable. Meet the very worst of the worst

Drake of the 99 Dragons

Considered by many to be the worst game ever released for the original Xbox, Drake was a third-person shooter intended to be the focal point for an overly-ambitious multi-media onslaught from publisher Majesco that would include comic books and a TV show. On paper it sounded like a stylized Max Payne-alike with undead assassins, demons, bullet-time, and fast-paced, dual-wielding gunplay. In reality, it was a rushed, glitchy, unplayable mess with an unfathomable storyline and an in-game camera that seemed to go out of its way to hide what was most important from you. Drake, the game's brooding star, is essentially a wannabe Neo from The Matrix, with a mug like the Phantom of the Opera, and a voice, according to one critic, most reminiscent of the Moviefone guy. Perhaps the one forward-looking thing about Drake of the 99 Dragons is that, instead of reloading his guns, he simply tossed them aside and magically produced new ones, like Reaper from Overwatch

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