There's plenty of series I don't like I could name, but however much I dislike them, I can not in good faith call them bad. instead I'll just say the ville series, I don't think any real gamer would call anything by zynga good. --- PSN:Dragonlibrarian Steam:Dragonlibrarian7 NNID:Dragonlibrarian
It's hard to say since legit bad games are usually a one time thing, the game sells very poorly or gets a very terrible response from everyone and that's the end of it.
Superman has had a poor track record going from 8-bit to modern systems. Death & Return was ok, but it gets old really fast, and I love beat 'em up games. I've heard Superman Returns was decent and Shadow Of Apokolips was ok, but there hasn't been a Superman game that you'd want to spend $50-60 on. Typically, it's games with the whole Justice League that make Superman work best in a game like Lego Batman 2 and Injustice.
E.T. for the obvious Atari 2600 flop and there was a crappy GBA game, even plans for a sequel which never got made, and apparently there was going to be one for the GameCube that was also canceled.
Hydlide had quite a few ports, 3 games, and a couple remakes, but from what I've heard, they were all abysmal games, like some of the worst RPGs out there.
Atari Porn, not a legit series, but there was a company that kept cranking out quick novelty porn games for the Atari 2600. Custer's Revenge being the most infamous and there were quite a few tweaked versions released to sell even more copies like the one where the woman waves for Custer to come to her and there's General Retreat, which was their response to angry feminists and Native Americans by having the woman dodge canon balls so she can have sex with a tied up General Custer. Apparently, they actually made pretty decent money off these unlicensed games.
Unlicensed NES bible games there's a lot of them, for the most part AVGN said all there really is to say. Also Seanbaby did some really fun articles on some of the games in an old EGM article, it's on his website. --- I belong to the blank generation - Richard Hell http://www.last.fm/user/akuma634\