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Wall Street Kid

2009-07-10 03:04:36 by The-Omnipresence

*Taken off of a post I made in a thread about bad games*

Wall Street Kid, good lord it barely qualifies as a game. It's a stock management sim for the NES, who the hell thought that was a good idea? The main goal of the game is for the Wall Street Kid to inherit his dead uncles fortune by fulfilling the contract in his will which apparently involves trying to become the biggest yuppie douche possible.

But don't worry about that it seems he's already well ahead of becoming that, in the first cutscene the uncle's lawyer tells The Wall Street Kid that he just died, but is our hero saddened by this news? Nope, hell he's smiling like the little douche that he is. But if you lose the game(which you will) he's all saddened and depressed. Prick annoys the fuck outta me.

Wall Street Kid's uncle was probably a big douche to, one of your objectives is to get a trophy wife, because we all know rich douches have trophy wives. I mean the whole "manage your money like a responsible adult" makes sense, but why the wife thing? Did he want to make sure his nephew wasn't gay or something? What an asshole!

The gameplay consist of staring at white text on black screens and buying and selling stocks...joy. This game also comes with the worst password system I've ever seen, it's gotta be like 26 characters long or something with normal and inverted characters thrown in to piss you off. How the hell am I supposed to write that shit down?

Im pretty damn sure the CIA uses the music in this game to interrogate prisoners, with a soundtrack that only includes 4 of the most annoying notes ever conceived looping through the entire game. The moments of silence between each note is almost some kind of musical paradise that you're going to be begging for when you hear it.

Bottom line: no other game in this thread would compare to this... abomination of coding. I keep this game around me to remind myself that no matter how bad a game is, it will never, NEVER, be worse than this.

One last thing, on the cover is the phrase "Use it or Lose it", well I have used this shit and I lost my damn mind because of it! GAAAAAAAAAHHHHH!

Shaq-Fu is a better game than this.

Wall Street Kid


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