Fantastic flops

Killer 7
On GameCube | By Nintendo

If Capcom tried to pass Killer 7 off as the game of the comic of the extreme Asian cinema flick, it might have had more luck explaining its most daring (and, it's fair to say, bonkers) title in years. Where other games have complex controls for simple experiences, K7 is easy to play – like an unplugged lightgun game, it's one button to run, one to turn around, and point-and-shoot.

It needs to be: because everything else about the game, from plot to visuals to sound, is a roller coaster ride like nothing you'd expect. So are you climbing on?