Possibly the worst game ever released by Bethesda, 2009's Rogue Warrior is a macho spec-ops first person shooter loosely based on retired U.S. Navy SEAL commander and SEAL Team Six founder Richard Marcinko. Though set in 1986 and dealing with a mission into North Korea to disrupt ballistic missile launchers, the story was inexplicably not based on any of the events portrayed Marcinko's 1992 autobiography of the same name. In this (very) loose interpretation of his work, Marcinko is voiced by Mickey Rourke and the game deals with little more than shooting and stabbing your way along a straight path where enemies conveniently stand with their backs to you so you can perform finishing moves on them. Even if they see you, they're not much more of a threat. Rourke gurgles out one-liners about commies over the course of two or three hours of this, and then it ends, with no sign of challenge, fun, or plot. Then Rourke's dialogue plays again over the credits.