My girlfriend Nicole and I had our Saturday plans rained out this weekend, so our day trip turned into a series of mall trips. One of the places that we ended up was an outlet mall with the usual kinds of clothing and kitchen stores, but one store sported posters on its windows that boasted DVDs, books, and video games. How could we resist? After browsing around inside, however, we found that we really should have kept walking. I've seen junk titles at outlet shops before, but this place's selection scores a new low: all shovelware trash and lackluster PC titles along with a single, solitary Game Boy Advance game (some of which came from publishers that should have known better; consider Nicole posing here with Sega's Charlotte's Web collection of mini-games). We snapped some photos of the game shelf so that you can gaze upon the likes of Tornado Jockey, Crazy Frog Racer, and Puppy Luv Adventures. See for yourself how depressing a video game department can be.