My contender chosen are Plumbers don't wear ties.
What are video games for? interactive entertainment. Uninteractive entertainment is called movies, films, tv shows, cartoons, and anything like that.
Even Big Rigs can be interactive, the fact you can reverse at the speed of light and can go through building with a knack and a laugh would mean it is still a video game, just a very primitive one.
Every 2d platformer is interactive. Mario, Link/Zelda 2, Even Castlevania, etc. It is just frustrating for some of them.
However, Plumbers don't wear ties is marketed as a video game, but it is barely a video game at all. You just choose what the characters do once per 10 minutes of real-life time while different people just go in and out the camera like this is an amateur film instead of a video game. It is way less interactive than it needs to be. It is more of a short film, a very bad one too.
Debaters here can add bad games here, and reasoning is encouraged.