Twitter Feed Showcases Users Most Abused Video Games
Mike Sanders / 11 months ago
Abused, but loved video games
We all have a game that we probably spent too much time playing, but with that, probably game a lot of love. That use, however, can usually have some pretty heavy effects on the labelling of the game.
The best of the worst!
Animal Crossing New Leaf. (Nintendo 3DS) Game Card Only- Tested
Item condition:Acceptable pic.twitter.com/jnxbHQl9Dt
— Abused Games (@AbusedGames) January 19, 2018
Animal Crossing games often require at least 100 hours to complete and this 3DS cartridge is certainly showing that level of use.
Mario Kart 64 (Nintendo 64, 1997) Lot 003
Item condition:Good pic.twitter.com/0OM5diXKWi
— Abused Games (@AbusedGames) February 8, 2018
Super Mario What? Yes, anyone who had an N64 has Super Mario 64 and with good reason. It was an excellent game. Some creativity has been necessary, however, to restore this game to its former glory. Sort of.
GoldenEye 007 (Nintendo 64, 1997)
Item condition:Acceptable pic.twitter.com/Rka8r4rVmx
— Abused Games (@AbusedGames) November 5, 2015
Similarly, GoldenEye was a console classic. In this version, however, it seems that either James Bond has had an accident or someone wanted to pretend it was Boss from Metal Gear Solid instead.
POKEMON SNAP — NINTENDO 64 N64
— Abused Games (@AbusedGames) February 9, 2018
Someone probably bought this copy of Pokemon Snap hoping it was a game about capturing, training and battling Pokemon. They were of course entirely wrong and instead wanted to suggest it was actually the Legend of Zelda, for the Sega Dreamcast, which was also “possibly one of the worst games ever made”. I personally don’t recall this port.
You can visit Abused Games Twitter feed by clicking the following link.As above though, probably best avoided if you are a collector of these. Some of the examples will likely bring a tear to your eye.
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