chris-littlechild - October 18, 2014
I just effing hate this world, and the human worms feasting on its carcass.
It's Friday morning, guy. It if were Monday, we'd agree with you, but... calm your undercrackers. This is a heavy one, gentlemen. Buckle up.
But hey. Hatred is not a game to calm its undercrackers. Those undercrackers will never be calmed, because this dude is pissed. with a capital P, I, S, S, E and D. Nothing is explained. We don't know who, what, when, where or why, but we know one thing: this is more bullet-flailing violence than Arnold Schwarzenegger's entire movie repertoire could muster. It's kind of horrific.
Now, a little gore in movies and video games never hurt anybody. Whether it's Call of Duty, Resident Evil, The Walking Dead or whatever you happen to be playing/watching, there will be deaths. Remember those Elvis impersonator dudes from GTA 2? Running them over en masse and getting the ‘Elvis has left the building' message for doing so? Sure, we did it, and laughed like the cruel, cruel bastards we are. But this is something else, right here.
Your victims in Hatred aren't enemies. They aren't terrorists, mobsters or any other assholes who could use a good hatchet to the gonads. They're just civilians, cruising about the street and begging for their lives as you mangle their bodies so badly they'll find an eyeball on the other side of the highway.
As Destructoid reports, on the one hand, ‘according to the game's website, this seems to be some sort of rebuttal to the company's perceived political correctness in games nowadays.' On the other, as they also report, it's 'as effed up as they come.' Think Postal, without the sense of humor.
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