After losing to Wily for the fourth time (and I swear he had maybe 4 pixels of hp left) I said fuck it and deleted the game.
On a more recent and meta level, I got Witcher 3 at release and couldn't play it for months because the menus were legitimately too small for me to read on my small ass TV. And I couldn't fix it in the settings. Had to get a new TV to be able to play it.
Basically, an SRPG where any character death results in an instant game over. Roughly 40 minutes into a level, after completing the main objective (and moving to leave the level from where I entered, which is a thing you have to do in this terrible game), a random summoner unit spawns a creature that attacks one of my characters for very, very low damage, and then instantly dies to the counterattack...
Which gives the turn back to the summoner unit, who re-summons the exact same creature, who performs the exact same attack, which results in the exact same damage and counterattack death.
This happens over 20 twenty times. Eventually, my character dies from the minuscule chip damage, and it's game over. I walk over to my PS4, eject the disc, and snap that shit in half.
I have played some bad SRPGs in my life (I make a point of playing almost everything released in the genre), but just lol at Natural Doctrine. The best part is that you'll occasionally have folks show up in threads to explain that you weren't playing it right if you didn't like it.
Here's a hilarious screenshot:
Are...you me? I literally did the same thing haha. Wasn't during a losing streak, but something pissed me off reaaal bad in Overwatch and I ended up breaking my controller. I don't ever get mad like that with games but as much as I love Overwatch it can really get the salt flowing at times.
I broke a glacier white PS4 controller thanks to a major losing streak in Overwatch.
This one. Never been so frustrated by a game before. You need so much luck with Wander's dangling. Finally earning the platinum gave me relief that I would never do it again, but it kind of soured the fun of fighting that boss in general again.
Shadow of The Colossus. Trying to beat the hard time attack for the third colossus. I read FAQs, I watched videos of it being done, I tried it straight up, I tried the jump from the sword to the top of his head trick, I tried countless times. The few times when I was close to doing it, something would happen to screw me over. Finally I just gave up. Nothing else in the game ever came close to giving me that much trouble.
I found out many years later that the Pro Evo AI is (or used to be back in the day) basically rigged, and it all made sense >_>
More recent example is Super Mario Maker. When playing through 100 man on Super Expert, you get some good challenging levels, but most of the time it's some stupid speedrun levels or weird kaizo trick levels. I can do both to some extent, but when the level starts by you falling to your death when you're supposed to do a pixel perfect jump at the beginning, it's very annoying.