And worst male characters?
Originally we wanted to put in a hall of shame, but we'd spent so much time debating how to run this feature that we opted not to do a hall of shame, because it would probably have taken far longer. The list of lousy guys is ridiculous. That being said, my choice for worst male protagonist is Crais from Mimana Iyar Chronicle. Most unlikeable jerkoff I've encountered in an RPG. He's a douchenozzle who's an asshole to everyone, verbally abusive to every girl he meets, yet every girl in the game throws herself at him. They certainly are the worst possible Darwin-award representations of the most insufferable anime archetypes you see in these kinds of harem type games.
Which is sad, because I liked Spear Girl's design.
Anyways, that also sounds a lot like Jiro from Lunar: Dragon Song. Sure, combat-wise he's by far and away the best character in the game (though this is mostly due to the competition being almost complete shit), but the guy's a total racist + sexist asshat who's only solution to everything is to use his Hammer Time (you see he fights with acrobatic dance moves like a handstand spin kick that lets him attack three times per attack phase). Most of the party interaction throughout the game involves Jiro complaining about a problem, one of his female companions proposing a solution, then Jiro tells the girls that he has to handle this himself and that they should go back home/to where its safe (even in cases immediately after getting lauded for things like having Wisdom or Trust), and then he and the party proceed to spin-kick (since Jiro's pretty much the only one doing anything worth a damn in combat anyways) the problem's ass anyways (or tries to in terms of the main antagonist, they never really get a proper shot at him since he just kinda falls off a cliff and dies). Granted, he doesn't exactly take this tone with the sole male party member to join Jiro's party, but then again, Jiro only spends two dungeons with the guy before he gets killed offscreen by a random pink monster/the game's final boss, so he never really gets a chance to tell him how his people are wrong for hating humans like he does with his other beastkind party member (who at least tries to protest Jiro's attitude towards herself and her kind, but that's largely due to Ubisoft conning some series fans for the western localization into trying to help with this monstrosity of an effort post, it went badly to say the least).