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Unread post by EmperorPenguin » January 9th, 2007, 12:17 pm

Postal 2 is by far one of the worst games I've ever played. Not because of the useless violence and the racist and homophobic undertones, but because the game is just garbage. It has horribly slow load times, and the load times are EVERYWHERE. You can't move from one area to the next without having to wait anywhere from 2 - 8 minutes for it to load. The novelty of the game itself wears off in about 20 minutes. It's different to see how the game plays and the weapons you can use but it gets really boring really quick. It would have to easily rank in the top 10 for most violent, but as far as game play goes it's also easily one of the worst.

Mortal Kombat should be listed if the games were based solely on the era they were released. Not too many games before or since have caused as much a stir as MK did during it's time. Both Doom and Duke Nukem (I imagine you mean Duke Nukem 3) aren't considered as violent simply because it's monsters you're fighting. When it's human on human violence the general public seem to have more of an opinion on it. MK should definately be up there for what it's worth.

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Unread post by jackal666666 » August 12th, 2007, 11:22 pm

Manhunt is the best game i heard i played the first one i can't wait for the manhunt 2

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Unread post by outlawzABK » September 4th, 2007, 6:44 pm

i like GTA SA. that game was the coolest game i've played. im waitin for gta iv to come out sometime between february and april of 2008.



Unread post by STWilkes » December 11th, 2007, 6:49 pm

Christina Marie wrote:Here's the list, with games in no particular order: 2005's TOP 10 ULTRA-VIOLENT VIDEO GAMES

Resident Evil 4 -- Player is a Special Forces agent sent to recover the President's kidnapped daughter. During the first minutes of play, it's possible to find the corpse of a woman pinned up on a wall -- by a pitchfork through her face.

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas -- Player is a young man working with gangs to gain respect. His mission includes murder, theft, and destruction on every imaginable level. Player recovers his health by visiting prostitutes then recovers funds by beating them to death and taking their money. Player can wreak as much havoc as he likes without progressing through the game's storyline.

God of War -- Player becomes a ruthless warrior, seeking revenge against the gods who tricked him into murdering his own family. Prisoners are burned alive and player can use "finishing moves" to kill opponents, like tearing a victim in half.

Narc -- Player can choose between two narcotics agents attempting to take a dangerous drug off the streets and shut down the KRAK cartel while being subject to temptations including drugs and money. To enhance abilities, player takes drugs including pot, Quaaludes, ecstasy, LSD and "Liquid Soul" -- which provides the ability to kick enemies' heads off.

Killer 7 -- Player takes control of seven assassins who must combine skills to defeat a band of suicidal, monstrous terrorists. The game eventually escalates into a global conflict between the U.S. and Japan. Player collects the blood of fallen victims to heal himself and must slit his own wrists to spray blood to find hidden passages.

The Warriors -- Based on a 70's action flick that set new standards for "artistic violence," a street gang battles its way across NYC in an attempt to reach its home turf. Player issues several commands to his gang, including "mayhem," which causes the gang to smash everything in sight.

50 Cent: Bulletproof -- Game is loosely based on the gangster lifestyle of rapper Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson. Player engages in gangster shootouts and loots the bodies of victims to buy new 50 Cent recordings and music videos.

Crime Life: Gang Wars -- Player is the leader of a ruthless street gang, spending time fighting, recruiting new gangsters, looting, and of course, more fighting. Player can roam the streets and fight or kill anyone in sight for no apparent reason.

Condemned: Criminal Origins -- Player is an FBI serial killer hunter in one of the first titles for the Xbox 360. Game emphasizes the use of melee weapons over firearms, allowing players to use virtually any part of their environment as a weapon. The next generation graphics provide a new level of detail to various injuries, especially "finishing moves."

True Crime: New York City -- Player is a NYC cop looking for information regarding the mysterious death of a friend. Player can plant evidence on civilians and shake them down to earn extra money.

These are violent but they're nothing compared to Manhunt. You should see the newer generation games coming out, they're getting more detailed and more violent. Grand Theft Auto 4 is gonna be real cool though, I fear it'll take some nasty flak from the media.

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