The Biggest Game Turds of 2010

We take a look back at 2010's biggest turkeys and shudder...

Being a games reviewer isn't all it's cracked up to be, y'know. Sure, you get to bum around on the couch for a living and get sent all the latest games for free, but for every Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, there are countless AAA flops and shovelware atrocities to plough through. Whereas you guys get to ignore these crimes against gaming, we're forced to play through them from start to finish. The horror...

2010 was a pretty good year for gaming, as our Best Games of 2010 roundup testifies. However, there were still plenty of awful games floating amongst the gems. In the following slideshow, we take a chronological look back at the worst games of 2010. To read our original reviews, click on the screenshot for each game.

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Konami Silent Hill: Shattered Memories

An ambitious reimagining of Konami's spine-tingling masterpiece, Shattered Memories proves itself an innovative, if flawed take on one of the forefathers of the survival horror genre.

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  • 14th Dec., 2009
  • Will Herring
  • Konami
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  • Pros:
  • Intriguing psychological angle, looks great for a Wii title, fantastic voice acting
  • Cons:
  • Far too short, nightmare sequences are frustrating, way too easy to get lost

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