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Games That Earned the Absolute Worst Ratings On Metacritic
One of the first Xbox One titles to make use of the Kinect was "Fighter Within," a motion-controlled fighting game Microsoft hoped would prove the Kinect's worth. Fighter Within managed a measly score of 23 on Metacritic, and for very good reason: it was bad.
FlatOut 3
"FlatOut 3: Chaos and Destruction" was an arcade racing title that came out on PC in 2011, with fans hoping it would be an improvement on the series formula. However, upon release, the game was met with scathing critical reviews, earning a 23 out of 100 rating on Metacritic.
Homie Rollerz
"Homie Rollerz" is a kart racing game that came out on the Nintendo DS in 2008, and appears to put a spin on the phrase "holy rollers," meaning it put more effort into its title than its gameplay. The game only managed to secure a score of 23 on Metacritic, with a handful of reviewers being absolutely ruthless in their criticism of it.
Charlie's Angels
Back in 2000, a "Charlie's Angels" movie came out that was fairly popular, leading to a video game adaptation for the Nintendo GameCube. Upon release, however, fans surely must have been disappointed to see that the game received an underwhelming Metacritic score of just 23 out of 100, with one critic simply calling it a "marketing tool."
The PlayStation 3 video game adaptation of "Rambo" caught a lot of heat, though if you got to experience it on your own, that might not come as a shock. When all was said and done and the review scores were calculated, "Rambo: The Video Game" ended with a terrible 23 on Metacritic.