Is this the best or worst way I’ve ever spent $1?

While rummaging through the many bins and crates that nest under my bed, I came across this gem.

When a game has such a notorious reputation, it needs to be in your collection. Last year I bought it for a buck, threw it in a random bin and promptly forgot about it. But now that I found it, I find myself…tempted. Tempted to potentially damange my video game soul forever by playing such an awful game. What can I say? I like to live dangerously.

I mean, I’m going to need a game to play after I finish Wind Waker…

Should I? e_e

Dig my weirdness? Subscribe to my Youtube channel (below)!

  • If you like yourself even a little bit you will not let that thing touch your N64. Some things can’t be unseen (or unplayed)

  • Dude, I’ve never played that game but I really want to. It holds the prestigious title of “Worst Game Ever” which just makes me even more curious. I mean, can it really be THAT bad?

  • xGREYHUTERX

    You won’t get through the first level. Not because of ability but the fact that it is broken and unplayable.

  • AZ929

    I say play it. I mean, the fact that you already know it’s bad kind of kills the “holy shit I can’t believe I paid for this” feeling. Though I would say don’t invest too much time in it, unless you want the title of have beating the worst game ever. (Which I want.)

  • Shiiit, I’m playing through Windwaker too.
    I would say that’s a great way to spend a dollar. I’ve always sort of wanted to play that game.

  • Worst. Decision. Ever.

  • Graham

    There is nothing wrong with being curious. Rogue Warrior and Lair are two essential titles in my collection. Playing each of them was a horrible experience, but I still turned out OK.

  • Boots_33

    QUICK! Send that over to Greg Miller at IGN, pronto! He is the only person qualified to properly dispose of its tainted innards. 😛

    …or play it, and suffer gaming hell. Your choice. 🙂

  • I’m not even joking about this: I rented Superman 64 when I was about six or seven, and it was so bad it literally made me cry. MADE ME CRY. I was so upset by how bad it was that I took it to my mom who lovingly helped me take it back to the store and exchange it for something awesome, probably Bomberman.

    I hate Superman N64.

  • Halfazedninja: LOL. But I feel like I have to at least experience it. I’ll bleach my N64 afterward. Err…maybe not.
    Jayson: RIGHT?! That’s what I wanna know! The next recommendation you get from me MIGHT be Superman 64. Muahaha.
    xGREYHUNTERx: …that sounds like a challenge to me.
    AZ929: Yeah, I just want to know how bad it really is. I’ve heard if I can last 20 minutes I’m golden.
    Molly: YOU ARE?!! That is awesome!!! <3
    Marcus: So, you think I should have spent it on the dollar menu at McDonald's?
    Graham: Indeed you did. You have given me hope.
    Boots: HA! I'll try suffering. If it's that bad, expect an epic cartridge destroying video.
    Parker Scott: BAHAHAHAHAH. OMG. LOL.

  • You laugh now, but in the end there will be tears. And cursing. A lot of Cursing.

  • Joe

    That game came out while I worked in the UK equivalent of gamestop. Being the nerd that I am i wanted to use the Superman game to test someone’s N64 when they brought it in to sell. I genuinly thought they had brought in a broken console untill someone explained to me about Superman 64