Hall of Lame
This is a game I wanted to give a chance. I really wanted to give it a chance. Really, really, really. It's a submarine simulator game in which you must destroy enemy subs. The game looked pretty cool on the surface. So many menu options with so many big words; it was either proof of the awesomeness the game would be or a cover-up of something sinister underneath, kinda like how they use a pretty package wrap to cover up fake Velveeta cheese. The big words were a cover-up. They covered-up a totally boring game that could have been better had it not been restricted to the limited capabilities of the NES. In other words, the game is more boring than watching paint dry.
Above Left: See that man in the submarine? He got so bored that he's leaving.