10 Most Ridiculous Video Games Ever Made
Zombie Nation (NES)
Samurai Zombie Nation, as the in-game title screen calls it, is a 1990 NES action game developed by KAZe and published by Meldac. It was first released in Japan in December 14, 1990 under the title Abarenbou Tengu, before being released later in the United States on January 1991.
The plot is what instantly made this game a cult classic. The year is 1999. An alien meteor named Darc Seed crashes in Nevada, rapidly turning all American people into zombies. You are the world’s only hope: a disembodied ghost head of a samurai named Namakubi. You must float through American cities, destroying buildings with eyeballs and vomit while catching hostages falling from the wreckage.