Now we all have games that we play for days on end happily and make shrines to the devolopers (We all do.. right?)But what about the awful piles of silicon you wish never put their dirtied bytes of your hard drive? Be it technical problems of just good ol' crappy gameplay lets share our worst moments in gaming. Not in any order. The first thing that comes to mind is Force Commander I remember the day i brought that thing home and tried to install it on the old 233 Mhz clunker. Finding the 800 megs to install it was a horrific experiance. Watching as my Jedi Knight (Classic Game BTW) saves had to get deleted was horrible, But with promises of epic battles and crushing the Rebels under my Imperial feet was seemingly worth it. So i installed.. and 2 hours and 800 megs less later i was able to "Play" this massive monstrosity. As soon as i started playing i wondered if i needed glasses, the nigh unreadable font and blurry boxed visuals were making my eyes begin to contemplate suicide. But i powered on and started deploying my armys of death, except they weren't deadly at all. What passed for a "Battle" in this game was just 3 or 4 of you units shooting horribly visualized lasers and "Explosions" at eachother. The AI sucked too and noone played online (Probably a good thing). It got unstalled for monkey island the next day. And the campaign story was horribly thought out and suffered from unreadable and missing objectives and commands ranging from "Put this guy in this building" to "Kill a person who is somewhere". Second to mind is related to the first, and proves my nerdiness. The Phantom Menace I begged my grampa to buy this game from a flea market (passed up NFS4.. Crap) and gleefully brought it home with images of running Jar Jar of a cliff dancing through my mind. Images that would never come to fruitation. Problems began in the install, It frove... Again and again and again. so i left it for 3 hours. Oddly enough it installed! What an odd illogical , and unexpected outcome. I was happy so i began playing. Only to find Obi Wan spinning in circles because i happened to have a joystick hooked in. Once i unplugged it i began my trek through the bowels of a Trade Federation battleship, awed by the amazing textures and reflections, by the end of the first level i had died 32 times and lost 3 hours of my life. Onward to the second level! In which you have to follow and protect that *****ic alien Jar Jar. Again it was EXTREMELY HARD! i died 24 times on one 5 minute long part where you had to dodge falling trees and giant explosive lasers while slicing droids apart with the (OMG DYNAMIC LIGHTING) lightsaber. Once that was done it was onto an oddly easy level in the gungan city followed by theed. The hardest level ever. What did you do first? From a nausiatingly swinging camera you had to jump from block to block while being shot at. I think they fired whoever was in charge of medkit placement half way through because they were NOWHERE! at the end of the level you had to kill 200 or so droids without ever getting hit once. It was one hell of a day when i beat that level. I cheating for the rest of the game. Oh and this took me an hour to write at three in the morning. So spelling be damned. Well thats all i got for now. Check back later and post your own.