15. Austin Powers Pinball (2002)
Platforms: PlayStation, PC
Inspired By: Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery [Movie] (1997), Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me [Movie] (1999)
It's really hard to make virtual pinball exciting because you just don't get the visceral feel of slapping steely balls with paddles. Game developers have tried all sorts of gimmicks to make it more fun and engaging but by far the worst of these are the movie tie-ins.
These seem to work in the real world versions, but it's hard to convince someone to spend $60 on a game just so they can work really hard to hear catch-phrases pop out of their speakers. Even worse, the game doesn't even come with a bevy of machines. There are literally two different modes to play in and neither is all that exciting. Oh, behave!