From the cliched slasher Night Trap to the hideous Superman 64, these are some of the worst-ever video games
It is hard to argue when a video game is truly bad, whatever its relative merits. A broken game is rife with glitches, freezing or falling to pieces when you play it. And ungainly controls or horrible graphics might make it even more unpleasant. But now and then, as in the film world, even games that are terrible can become popular. Sometimes a train-wreck of a video game can deliver something that no well-produced blockbuster can: the element of surprise.