Probably the first Legend of Zelda game, Super Mario Galaxy or Re-Loaded. I suppose I enjoyed LoZ to some extent, but I don't see how it gets so much praise. Yes, it's fun but it's not exactly the best thing since sliced bread today.
So looking at the three, it has to be either Super Mario Galaxy or Re-loaded. Terrible controls, poor story and only one had a decent soundtrack.
I was referring to the one on NES, not the Ocarina of Time. Apparently it was the greatest game ever made at the time, because it recieved generally positive reviews.
The things that I liked about the first game was mostly its instruction manual which was packed full of info, unlike today's. But because I don't have it, I'm left clueless not knowing controls or where to start. So that's one thing - the lack of control.
The worst game I ever played was Ghosts n Goblins for the old NES. You're a knight running along and trying to defeat all these weird things coming at you and get to your princess. If you get hit once you become a knight without armor, now running about in your underwear. Very weird. It was actually pretty hard, and the worst part was when you got to the final boss and defeated him you had to start all over again.
Definitely, one of the most uncontrollable games ever. Saw the Angry Video Game Nerd's review and I just had to play it. Then there's those on NES and Commodore 64, which were arguably as bad in terms of gameplay.
There is a shocking lack of Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing being mentioned.
Collision detection hijinks at its finest, a disingenuous "feature" list that would make the National Enquirer blush, a competitor who is literally asleep at the wheel, a laughable failure to include physics of any kind, and You're Winner!
Another racing fiasco that comes to mind is Club Drive for the Atari Jaguar. Come to think of it, you'd easily find some of the worst games of all time in the Jag's library if you ever so decide to waste some time exploring it.
A lot of the time, Atari Jaguars were broken. And if you look at the console from the right angle, the Atari with the Jaguar expansion does look like a toilet. But yes, that had some of the worst titles too. One of which I remember, what was it called? The one with the green face that kept saying "where did you learn to fly?" over and over.
Wha? Really, Batman Forever? That game was very innovative and extremely awesome. The graphics were astounding, especially for the Genesis at that point in time. And the codes that the Riddler would drop on ya, makes me wanna pull out my copy of Batman Forever and play it right now!
Crackdown on Sega Genesis. If you've never heard of it or never played it, then good for you. Crackdown was by the far the most pathetic game I've ever played on any system (and I've played hundreds). Don't even bother googling it--waste of your time.