I was thinking about the different kinds of art mediums and their differences. One thing that hit me is that it's harder to be offended or insulted by a video game than a movie, a song, a book, etc. You play a game for a little, decide you hate it, and then move away from it, right? Well songs are short and I think people typically finish even bad movies, yeah? I was wondering if there were any video games that just kind of feel like they were chemically made to bother you.
They don't have to be "offensive" in the typical sense like with racism, sexism, etc. These can be like...insulting to your intelligence. Or such a complete betrayal of what you wanted the game to be that you purely hate it.
For me, that would be Metroid Other Fucking M. Samus' character throughout her adventures was told in gameplay. It was minimal but it worked as a video game. You're a badass bounty hunter and you do your job well. End of. So when Other M comes along and has her acting like a scared little girl with men in suits literally telling her when she can use her abilities EVEN THOUGH SHE ALREADY HAS THEM, it was incredibly insulting and offensive to me as a fan of Metroid and this character who's shoes I've loved to fill throughout the series. Their first attempt at making Samus into a real, fully fleshed out character was a complete failure.