If you are a fundamentally terrible person on every imaginable level, then Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse is the video game for you.
This poor clone of today's music games is especially sad when you consider Konami's rich history with the genre.
Interpol: The Trail of Dr. Chaos is a way more exciting and evocative title than this boring photo-hunt game deserves.
If ever there were a cautionary tale for the early adopter of new gaming technology, Madden NFL Football is it.
Master of Illusion Express: Funny Face is only two dollars, but it's so incredibly thin that it feels more like a demo than something you should actually have to pay for.
Lucha Fury is like a master class in how to make a terrible beat-'em-up.
Tedious, contrived, repetitive stealth mechanics make this a game you should try your best to hide from.
This game is practically a war crime.
Tony Hawk: RIDE's shoddy hardware and ill-conceived software merge to form something completely abysmal.
If this is the best Kinect can do with a "hardcore" game, you should just pack it up and wait for the next Xbox.