By: Alicia Smith
Particularly between the second half of the 1990s and the first half of the 2000s, creating poor quality video games based on successful films was a common practice. These 5 are truly horrifying!Miami's Bad Boys are set to face off in a game against them.It's already on our list of terrible PS2 games, but it's actually a rather basic third-person action game with terrible graphics and wooden gameplay. It's also bejected across the board.The Game Is Ready to Kick-AssThe film has become a minor icon, while the video game was soon forgotten. A fighting game that can count on a very low Metascore (33/100), stuffed with bugs, technical difficulties, and with very boring gameplay, four years after Kick-Ass 2 The Game was released, needless to say that the response was mixed.Dragon Ball EvolutionThere is nothing to say about the film, it's ludicrous and has nothing to do with Dragon Ball. A fighting game for PS3 based on Dragon Ball Z Shin Budokai and Shin Budokai 2, that simply offers the same attacks, the same gameplay, and the same control systemAngels of CharlieAnother fighting game, based on the 2000 film, which was based on the 1970s TV series. At the time, the film starring Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, and Lucy Liu was a smash hit, raking in over 250 million dollars at the box office, but the result is far from even minimally acceptable.Rambo The Video GameUnclean, simply ugly. An arcade shooter that allows you to replay songs from First Blood (1982), Rambo First Blood Part II (1985) and Rambo III (1988), an excellent idea on paper. The final outcome, however, is a total disaster, which may be exaggerated, but definitely ranks in the Top 10 of the worst games ever.