Developers have found amazing ways to screw over their players.
Hats off to these, the dedicated, talented hackers who have contributed more to the gaming world than entire offices full of professionals.
'Realistic' gameplay backfires as soon as the developer is forced to choose between keeping the game realistic and making a game that is fun to play.
If you thought video game writing was hackneyed before, hold on to your butts.
Occasionally, crazy fan theories make a sobering amount of sense, sometimes more so than the actual games they're derived from.
When a video game makes an error, the results are often unusual if not hilarious.
Were these people even playing the same game when they designed these video game covers?
As aggressively idiotic as every moment of the last few games have been, they've also been the most entertainment for the dollar you can get.
This game quickly devolved into a fantasy camp about being the worst Hulk that has ever existed in the history of the planet.
These fan-improved versions of classic games are almost all entirely free, available to you right now.
In case the only video game twist ending you know is misspelling.
There's no guarantee that any of these games would have been good, but it's still intriguing as hell.
With all of reality available to warp and twist into whatever shape we like, some people prefer to use video games to do the most boring stuff possible.