5. Bomberman: Act Zero (Xbox 360)
If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Bomberman — the long-time, addictive party game franchise — is far from broken. Despite this, in 2006 Hudson thought that updating Bomberman with a realistic feel would be a smart move. It wasn't. The result was a slow, clumsy, and poorly camera'd version of Bomberman, more akin to 1987's Running Man than an entertaining game. Simply put, there's no reason this idea should have made it off the ground. What's more, its retail price of $US50 made it a crime against your wallet, as well as humanity. Avoid it at all costs!