Shaq-Fu (Sega Genesis)
Shaq-Fu is often regarded as the one of the worst video games of all time, perhaps a little unfair.
It stars the basketball player Shaq O’Neill and is a 2D fighting game, where the player must travel to another world to rescue a young boy.
Originally meant to be a basketball game, Shaq who’s is a huge Mortal Kombat games, considered that his title should be changed to a similar theme.
The game features similar finishing moves to Mortal Kombat, as well as many characters and different levels.
Although gaining mixed reviews at it’s time of launch, the game has gained the reputation of being one of the worst games of all time, which is largely retrospectively based on the ludicrous premise for the game, not on hoe it actually plays, the fighting element of the game is not in the slightest original, but hardly the worst fighting game of all time.
The graphics for the game were created in the same way that Delphine used for Flashback, people photographed on blue screen and then rendered into the game.
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