Top 10 Worst Games Based on Anime
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How could you release such bad games based on great source material! Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today, we’re counting down our picks for the Top 10 Worst Games Based on Anime. For this list we'll be looking at terrible games based on popular anime franchises such as Dragon Ball Z, One Piece and Naruto.
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List Entries and Rank:
#10. “Attack on Titan Humanity in Chains” (2015)
#9. “One Piece Pirates’ Carnival” (2006)
#8. “Zatch Bell! Mamodo Fury” (2006)
#7. “Eureka Seven Vol. The New Vision” (2007)
#6. “Yu-Gi-Oh! Destiny Board Traveler” (2004)
#5. “Yu Yu Hakusho Spirit Detective” (2003)
#4. “Beyblade VForce Super Tournament Battle” (2003)
3, 2 & 1: ???
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Dafaq? Both Zatch Bell and Beyblade are actually good games. Sure it has problems, including the localization, but still, they're good games. What should've been on this list is Dragon Ball Z Saga, My Hero One's Justice, and Re:Zero -Starting Life in Another World- Death or Kiss.
I would start this text by saying how wrong you guys were by putting One Piece Pirates Carnival in this list,the game lacks graphics and it´s repetitive sometimes,but still don´t deserve that,this is my favorite game ever,even above Arkham City,that is a great title itself,I simply love this game,it´s simple and easy to play,I don´t aways win and my dream is to play with other 3 great players,I am even making a plot like if this game had a sequel,are you guys trying to crush my dream? One Piece Round The Land is way way worse,you guys didn´t tryed all the games and simple pick the Carnival without thinking,I always like WatchMojo,but not after this,I suggest you guys to correct this list or maybe go fuck yourselves who doesn´t understand the value of a game,thanks for reading all,by the way,I like Zatch Bell too,but not as much as Pirates Carnival.
Oh hey, Gundam.
I found Crossfire/Target In Sight in CEX and i actually enjoyed the game despite its sluggish-ness.
My 1st time through both campaigns were too focused on getting all MS to unlock in Vs Mode but in NG+; i focused on upgrading my main MS & selling my spares. The final mission is a ballache.
DBZ Ultimate Battle 22 was indeed a massive shit fest. Dragon Ball fighting games have thankfully come a long way since then because Dragon Ball FighterZ is easily one of my top 10 all time favorite fighting games.
I loved mamodo fury, though I thought the other zatchbell game was better. It's a shame we never got the 3rd game, the SSB rip off looking one in English.
It was a ps2 game and I was a kid who loved Zb. My expectations might not have been that high, but I played the fucking hell out of it.
Don't know on the rest but I will hugely disagree on Naruto Dragon Chronicles. That game was fine for what it was. It had a lot of cool moves and it felt really interesting history wise. If people didn't like it, is simply because of that conceited expectation that everything has to be the best game ever or is trash. Mobs where the only problem I recall because they truly where repetitive. Bosses where cool. Jutsus wise, this game provides you whit best feeling of what using a jutsu feels like and that's no exaggeration. The most satisfying and close to the real thing, use of jutsus is in this game, plus is the only game where you ever use Ryujin Rasengan.The design for Naruto and Sasuke was great, and it even came whit a VS mode. Wich me and my little brother used as much as any of our usual VS game matches. So no, it was not terribly, I just wasn't Skyrim or BOTW equivalent in Naruto.
What happened to the original guy voicing this channel? This other dude sounds so annoying and so try hard which shows his lack of knowledge on what he is presenting. The only thing that this dude knows is his dead yamcha memes.
I used to work at a video game store, one day, a lady that bought Naruto: Dragon Blade Chronicles for her kids wanted a refund, saying that the game didn't work properly, after testing it, I had to explain to her that the fact that a game is terribly bad, it's not ground for a refund... fun day
I still own Yu-Gi-Oh Destiny Board Traveler and it is just garbage. This game feels more like a proof of concept combining the rules of the card game on board game format. When trying to win a battle against a monster, you will ALWAYS be at a disadvantage when the die causes one of your monsters to either switch into defense mode or reduce their attack points and lose. It seems like with Yu-Gi-Oh video games, specifically on home consoles, they would add new gimmicks to make the gameplay fresh, but they just make them too frustrating to play.
Just westerners reaching out their filthy hands and making games based on foreign media in general. Nothing can be worse than this.
Yu Yu Hakusho Spirit Detective
Yu Yu Hakusho: Dark Tournament
Dragon Ball Z: Sagas
Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku series
Digimon World 1999
to name a few..
Remember duck tales 1-2, chip n dale 1-2, tmnt games, darkwing duck, felix the cat, tiny toon, goof troop? A case of foreign property taken carefully with all the respect and made into a good game. Why does only japan have respect for foreign cultures?
I played Yugioh DBT didn't like alot of it was luck based. YuYuHakusho Spirit Detective was good. I liked it at least. Naruto DBC. Was good enough I didn't get any lag but disliked long boring paths. It could have been Alot better.
I actually bought the naruto game for the Wii, i was like "what the hell is this? Naruto in some sort of samurai armor wielding a katana and a dragon behind him? Shouldn't be too bad, maybe i could get some laughs"
But i wasn't even able to play, it was just a black screen.
That was the worst experience i had with a game i bought for a single dollar in my local marketcenter
Here are some other games based on anime/manga that were bad:
Fullmetal Alchemist and the Broken Angel
Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout
Dragon Ball Z: Sagas
Dragon Ball Z for Kinect
Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories, etc
Can´t agree with Gundam Crossfire.
It was a really great game. And i still play it now and then. One of the things i liked the most is that when you advance in rank you get more powerful units to play with. So you don´start with the strongest unit in the, game, you need to earn it first. :)
I can understand why Naruto Shippuden: Dragonblade Chronicles is on this list. I have the game for Wii and haven’t touched it in years. Sure it’s repetitive and the controls are confusing but it’s not really that bad of a game and the graphics are pretty decent