Sure, most games are considered hard because they test your reflexes or just want to steal you quarters. No one ever talks about the games that are hard to play because they suck, though—and Dark Void is the king of those games. There's plenty to complain about here, but the absolute worst is the fact that, for a game that's supposed to be about flying around with a rocket pack, there is painfully little flying. The difficulty in Dark Void has little to do with the awful controls or poor game design, and has everything to do with stopping yourself from breaking your own fingers so you don’t have to play anymore.