The 1998 LucasArts adventure game Grim Fandango has wonky controls, a couple of game-stopping bugs (especially when played on modern hardware), and some annoyingly obscure inventory puzzles. But it also has an engaging story unlike any other game -- a noir mystery set in the Aztec Land of the Dead. Oh, and a gorgeous soundtrack. It was well worth the trouble playing through.
FuzzyCo grade: A-