Japanese gamers have a catch-all term for particularly terrible examples of their hobby: kusoge, which translates in English to "shit game." For fans of all things kusoge, it's quite common to fall in love with a game not just despite any glaring imperfections, but for them. Some kusoge are built to be awful, parodying genre tropes or inviting you to laugh at their horrendous designs. Others are simply so poorly made that they eventually achieve infamy, like Bible Adventures, Night Trap, or Superman 64.
Kusoge aren't just bad--usually, they're so bad that they swing back around to good. Games like Cho Aniki and Muscle March know they're completely ridiculous, and wear their absurdity with pride. Spelunker (not Spelunky, but an inspiration for it) is a short, straightforward game riddled with dumb ways to die, yet it's now revered by hardcore gamers for its relentless difficulty. Sometimes, it's all a matter of perspective--and where some see revoltingly bad games, others see kusoge just begging to be played.