Sometimes you buy a game because you get caught up in the hype around it. Sometimes it's something about the box art. But sometimes, those games turn out to be terrible, dreadful, or even worse. These games often end up locked away, where no one will ever know that you were suckered into buying it.
This is why Squidge invented The Cupboard of Shame. You can bask in the shared cringe of these games, like a wolf-creature curled up in front of a log fire.