You define your worst buy. It could be the worst game, the game you didn't play or whatever else you determine. SUCKER! (Worst Buys): 1. Diablo III - Someone on another message board put it this way: "It's a great example of what happens when a company makes a product that primarily benefits them, rather thancustomers. What's fun about a real money auction house? What actual gaming improvement occurs? The answer isn't just none, it's a bunch of negative fun." I entirely agree. I got maybe 10 hours of real gameplay for my $60. 2. Distant Worlds - Screw you, Brian Rubin. ;) Actually, I love the game. It's a great 4X space simulator with incredible depth and options. I'm not sure how the damn thing works, but it's a great game. Of course, I bought it and all the expansions at full friggin' price becuase Rubin was pushing it and Matrix doesn't discount. Two weeks later it was $20 cheaper and now it's $40 cheaper. Meanwhile, I haven't had time to really get into it all that much so it's a $90 virtual paperweight. I've got to get into this one...someday. YEAH, I'M TEH NEO BITCH!: 1. SWTOR - Yeah, I know technically this was released at the end of December last year. So what? I was so gung-ho about this game...until I managed to get into the beta. What I found was a plodding MMO with mediocre graphics, small zones and utterly derivative gameplay. When I tried to post about it, I was soundly criticized for doing so. Glad I dodged this bullet. 2. King Arthur II - The concept really appeals to me - combine TW and some RPG/Fantasy elements. But the first one didn't grab me, so I waited on the 2nd. Glad I did.