The respectable folks at Cheezeburger have compiled a list of the worst video game music of all time. Not wanting you to suffer more brain damage than necessary, we culled the list down so that only the absolute worst (best?) are represented. Are we really doing you any favors, though? Probably not. Wear headphones at your own peril.
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After years of being burnt by free-to-play games, from Nexon’s Maple Story and Zynga’s Farmville to a handful of iOS apps in-between, I just couldn’t take it, anymore. Fatigued by the constant restraints of pay-walls, I had all but abandoned free games until I came across Tiny Tower by NimbleBit. However, the curious kid who grew up with a Game Genie abused the TowerBux hack. What I thought would make the game more fun actually ruined a great game for me.
I tried other freemium games, like Gamevil’s Punch Hero, and kept hitting that grind-or-pay wall that leaves a bad taste in my mouth. I thought I’d never find another free-to-play that I would enjoy. And then along came Happy Street.
I’m going to let you in on a little secret that I am not proud to admit. I skipped the Wii. Not on purpose, mind you, as I really wanted one on day one. When it sold out and was re-stocked a month later, I still wanted one. Around sixteen months later, with the system still only found on eBay for around $400 (a sixty percent mark-up), I gave up and decided that, if I was going to spend that much, I’d just buy an Xbox 360 Elite, instead.
I’ve missed out on a lot of great Nintendo games; Super Paper Mario, Super Mario Galaxy, Super Mario Galaxy 2, and Super Smash Bros. Brawl spring to mind. But, like all those days Peter Gibbons missed in Office Space, I wouldn’t say I’ve been missing them.