10 Video Game Trainwrecks That Kind of Don’t Have a Reason to Exist

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Sonic the Hedgehog 2006


When this game was in production, Sega and Sonic Team planned for it to be the new modern classic for the series in celebration of its 15th anniversary, hence why it was simply called Sonic the Hedgehog.  Die hard fans around the world, as well as new generations of gamers, were hyped up, excited, and desperate to get their hands on a copy and experience what promised to be an action-packed, 3D adventure as it was rushed out in time for Christmas.

All that followed, however, was bitter disappointment.  With a storyline that caused complaints and accusations of promoting beastiality – yes, Sonic and the HUMAN, Princess Elise’s relationship was outlandishly inappropriate – and loading screens that were probably longer and more frequent than the gameplay itself, it wasn’t a good start. On top of that, there are so many glitches in the map and level structure that it’s easy to get stuck in walls and surroundings, as well as losing control of the characters. Sonic the Hedgehog 2006 has been dubbed as one of the worst video games ever made, and we can certainly see why.

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