Ok, so I know lately on here this has been a topic of discussion but figured I'd make a thread where people aren't at each other's throats over it lol.
So, this topic is simple post your top 10 or top 3, or top 5 whatever you want most violent video games in history!! Like ever! lol
There's various youtube videos of people or game sites posting theirs and pretty much MK, GTA and Dead Space are always in it lol. Rightfully so. Personally, I don't even see how COD is even close. Yeah, you shoot people but just seems plain compared to the above games. At least to me.
Anywho, here's my top ten most violent games! Videos to each below.
P.S. Feel free to post videos, pictures whatever you guys want! Enjoy!
# 10. Soldier Of Fortune-Bloody and honestly very comparable to Postel, in comparison to COD honestly it makes it look PG 13 in comparison. You can blow people's arms, legs and heads off literally in SOF/God Of War-Kratos obviously comes from a dark, gritty world and had a few of his own fatalities which is why he gets honored here.
#9. Carmageddon-The most violent racing game ever to exist since the 90's, where you get points by running over people, splattering them on your windshield and also running over zombies too for mere points.
# 8. Resident Evil 4(RE in general)-While they're all bloody, the 4th one really set the bar with chain saws, photorealistic graphics and being able to take out someone's head with a shotty never gets old makes it worthy of my list.
# 7. Madworld-The most bloody Nintendo exclusive ever, while black and white you can toss people into grinders, spikes, chop off their heads, in half. Think of it as the MK and Gears of War for Nintendo, but in black and white.
# 6. Gears Of War- Very gritty looking world, dark and bloody the known infamous chain saw body slice makes this game worthy of this list. Also banned in some countries.
# 5. Postel-This game was just the most warped FPS being able to silence your gun by using shooting thought a cat's dead body by shoving your gun up it's butt and shooting through it's mouth...and kicking heads around. This game was banned in some places. This game was SOF and then some..
# 4. Wolfenstein-This game was before any other known FPS, even before the Dooms and Quakes but at the time made by the same people. This game was not only bloody for it's time as a FPS but had swastikas in the game and you had to escape from a Nazi prison(Castle Wolfenstein) being a WWII spy. This game has been banned in certain places like Germany or at least was at one point.
# 3. Manhunt 2-This game was just messed up, you went around killing people but in very brutal ways. By suffocating, strangling, stabbing, shooting or beating them to death with a baseball bat. There were numerous brutal methods in this game to kill people. This game was banned in some countries and caused lots of controversy like MK did when it came out.
# 2. Grand Theft Auto(more known as GTA) 3 (tied with Dead Space 2)-GTA everyone knows by now and has caused lots of controversy from killing cops to banging hookers to running people over for fun. You can also engage in drugs, criminal activity and of course the sexual activity(as bad as it looked) it was the concept that turned heads leading to things such as the "Hot Coffee" incident. This game is also banned in some countries. Tied however is Dead Space 2- This game was not only creepy at times but very bloody, smashing mutant alien babies and body parts all over the floor make it worthy of this list. DS has also been banned in a few places..
# 1. Mortal Kombat 9(aka Mortal Kombat 2011)- Choosing number one was hard between Manhunt, MK and Dead Space in terms of pure violence but at the end of the day MK takes the win and here's why. For one, back in 1992 when MK first came out it not only turned heads but was the cause of the ESRB rating system in place today for games. Joe Libermann(D) now turned (I) made a huge stink over MK, Nighttrap and Doom especially MK and showing the infamous "Sub-Zero head rip" Fatality. Being a little kid at the time I still remember playing this in movie theatres, bowling alleys and being shocked compared to the cartoony Street Fighter. This game was a big deal in the early 90's being as how no other fighting game much less games at all at that time were not only popular but had the ability to "rip someone's head off with the spine attached" it was a big deal. All throughout the years, this game has caused controversy, been banned in various countries such as Germany and Australia(with Australia having it not only banned in 2011 version) but illegal to import. If caught it lead to a 100,000 fine...now however, they have or are working on their own ESRB system so that the fans can enjoy games like MK, GTA, Manhunt etc. All that aside, MK9 is arguably one of the most warped, bloody, gory and messed up violent games ever to be made. The fact that it's a great game, tourney played game, deep story for a fighting game and of course the name alone Mortal Kombat turning heads made it a bigger deal for Countries like Germany and Australia. All of that aside, the game's known X-ray attacks made people cringe initially as well as the now HD, photorealistic graphic Fatalities which are not just bloody and gorier then before but more realistic in some ways such as Kung Lao's Hat saw and drag the body through it in half fatality turning heads...MK was always a big name in gaming especially when it came to violence, however MK9 the team did everything they did in the past and then some making it arguably one of the most if not the most bloody, gory game ever made to date. Even if you don't do fatalities, the game has nasty stage fatalities and by the time you're done fighting it's nothing but a bloody mess with flesh hanging off of the victor. If you did do a fatality, half the time they're just gory, bloody, messed up or flat out wrong.
Spatterhouse-More or less a free roaming Mortal Kombat going around slicing people up, in half etc a gorefest
Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2(Not so much for gore or blood even, but for going around shooting people(while this concept is old as far back as Doom, Wolfenstein and Quake, Goldeneye, PD etc) this game was more controversial due to the infamous "Russian Mission" where you went into an airport and shot innocent people as part of the mission. This mission was banned in Russia. More so controversial then bloody and violent.
Condemned-A game I nearly forgot about, but worth mentioning. Was a game where you're a cop battling killers, psychos and spending most of the game beating them to a pulp with things like baseball bats, crowbars, pipes. Good game too. May have been banned in some spots.
Thrill Kill-More or less a up to 4 player Mortal Kombat fighting game with 3D graphics and around movement, with freaks from hell doing fatalities, dismemberment to BDSM and fetishistic like costumes. This game was billed as the next MK and cancelled due to EA worried about their public image. So it was taken off shelves, but overall the game turned heads more so for the ridiculous elements in the game rather then the game itself which honestly sucked.
Eternal Champions-Another fighting game by Sega in an attempt to compete with SF and MK, and combining some elements such as the fatalities, stage fatalities from MK in it mixed with cartoony look, blood etc. The Itchy & Scratchy of fighting games if you will.
Bio-Freaks-Ironically also made by the same people who did MK originally(Midway at the time) was a fighting game like MK, dark, gritty but you could literally slice, dismember and toss projectiles in someone that stayed in them and have them bleeding out during the fight as well as having stage fatalities.
The Suffering-Messed up game but fun.
Doom-This game caused tons of controversy but not quite as much as Wolfenstein but made by the same people at the time, going to hell battling demons caused a rift.
Quake-Again, made by the same folks who did Doom and Wolfenstein. This game caused some controversy with shooting a nailgun into someone and shooting freaks and mutant derelicts then Quake 2 came out to center around an alien enemy race known as the "Strogg"
Psi-Ops:The MindGate Conspiracy-This game is arguably one of the most underrated games ever made, great gameplay engine the first of it's kind during the time and is actually the predecessor to the popular SW game The Force Unleashed. Where it's a 3rd person game, free roam engine with psychic powers TK, PK, Mind Control, Aura View, Mind Drain etc where you could smash guys up against a wall creating a bloody mess blow people up with fire, shoot them besides and mind drain them where their heads explode.
State of Emergency- This game was like a mix of GTA and Manhunt but not quite as bad.
Bully-More or less another GTA clone, but with a kid in a school doing what he wants minus the sex, drugs of GTA.
House Of The Dead-The most known on rail shooter, pretty violent shooting Zombies in the face with gushing blood lol. Always fun.
Boarderlands-Has it's violent moments and should be noted.
Fallout series-While not as "high action" as other FPS's, this game has it's moments with shooting mutant people and mutated animals into bits, decapitations, limbs with sniper shots or other interesting guns.
Saint's Row-more or less a GTA clone with gangs instead of the mob.
Killer Instinct- This game gets my # 1 choice as far as the "Honorable Mentions" category is concerned due to the fact that it was one of the few fighters back in the 90's that could compete with the whole Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat craze, ironically combining elements from both with a new system with a "combo breaker" while having similar gameplay elements to SF, while having the darker theme and finishing moves known as "Humiliations" similar to Mortal Kombat. This game was fun, cool and had nice music too but sadly died over 10 years ago and only lasted 3 games. To this day, fans want a reborn KI 3 much like Capcom did with SF and WB/NRS did with MK but has yet to happen.
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