The man who made Atari's E.T. names his worst video game of all time
Howard Scott Warshaw would still like to be remembered as The Man Who Made the Worst Video Game Ever. That doesn't mean he thinks E.T. for the Atari 2600, which he built over five weeks in 1982, is the worst video game of all time.
"Charlie's Angels," Warshaw said, put on the spot by a fan at a Comic-Con 2014 panel.
That game was an adaptation of the 2003 movie sequel Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, and it's fair to assume it had a larger development team than E.T. Released for GameCube and PlayStation 2, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle has the distinction of being the lowest rated console game on all of Metacritic, whereas E.T. was only blamed for the collapse of console gaming itself in the mid-1980s...