Paul says: This first person shooter has you play as Richard Marcinko (based off of a real live ex-Navy Seal of the same name) on a mission to take out missile launchers hidden throughout North Korea. Rogue Warrior was panned by critics, due to many bad bugs, poor controls, and just being plain uninteresting to play. But! What makes this game so freaking funny is that not only is the protagonist voiced by Mickey Rourke, but the star of The Wrestler and The Expendables curses like a mad man almost the entire game. "Looks like a douchebag convention," he'll snarl, when a group of enemies come rushing in, AK-47s blazing. "Drop dead motherfucker, you fuckin' amateurs!" he'll yell out while silently knifing a guard in the back. And just when you think it can't get any worse (or better), someone went and turned all of Mickey's classic one liners into a rap song for the end credits. Amazing.
Justin says: Sometimes all it takes is a single poorly chosen word to suddenly change the mood. In Two Worlds case it was taint. In defense, taint is a perfectly valid word for trying to describe your corrupting dark magic. It does however have some less common anatomy related definitions, it being slang for perineum. As much as we all like to think that we've moved past our pre-pubescent snickering, it's just hard to take anything seriously any more once the booming narrator proclaims the land has become infected with the taint. Two Worlds was a pretty awful game anyways, but let this be a lesson to you. Maybe before naming that end boss you should check with ubrandictionary before all your players burst out laughing at Baron von Stiffy.
You can hear Graham and Paul from LRR roast the whole intro in Unskippable.