I think God of War was the most violent game ever made, you could rip those misarable little zombies from limb to limb! + there was new kill attacks for different monsters and plenty of blood and guts! + kratos was an blood thirsty maniac and made a deal with the god of war, Ares. but he changed his ways once athena said she could wash away his pains of his past, all he has to do is kill ares! He must obtain Pandoras Box if he wants to kill him. Any way its a very bloody game and part 2 is even more bloodier! any one who has not played these games HAS to try em out.
did any of you guys ever play a game on PC called "blood". It was a seriously violent, There was a second blood but i was terrible. Postal was pretty OTT aswell.
Soldior of fortune is a sick game, you can hack peoples body parts to shreds with a knife piece by piece.
What are you talking about Blood 2 was awesome in a "I'm totally not paying full price for this" type of way. I had lots of fun with that game. Much better than C&C Renegade (Which I did pay full price for)
I played the demo of Blood 1. A lot. More because it felt like a good Duke Nukem 3D sequel than anything else, even down to the humour! Only played the first 10 minutes of Blood 2. Didn't have a PC powerful enough to run it for starters!
And my real contribution to this topic would be... Uh, I forget the name but that Mortal Kombat game for the Wii. The fatalities where you press the right button combinations to just keep on ripping parts of your opponants body off is pretty gruesome.
Mortal Kombat 2 (I forgot the name, but I played the 2nd one). Comp generated violence is nothing, MK had pictures or they drew them Or manhunt, simply because the violence was more psychopathic, survival rather than just ripping people apart.
It's easy to make a violent game. I don't see why people would be proud of them.
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