The Top 10 Most Unappropriated Violent Games

The Top 10 Most Unappropriated Violent Games

307
0
SHARE

Many of the Most Popular Video Games out today tend to be rated but end up in the hands of a child either way. With many of these games being ranked FPS( first Person Shooters). Today we are counting down the Most Violent Games out Now.

The Top 10 Most Unappropriated Violent Games

source: goerie.com

1. “Alekhine’s Gun”: This third-person action game casts you in the role of a 1960s Cold War-era assassin working for the CIA. Players kill enemies using knives, poison and a variety of guns and can strangle targets with garrotes (iron collars). Blood splatter is shown on walls and floors after head shots, and some cut scenes also show graphic moments of violence. The game grades players on stealth, willingness to openly fire weapons on enemies and level of destruction (the more violent, the higher the grade).

Alternate third-person action games:” Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens” (age 10+), “The Deadly Tower of Monsters” (age 13+)

2. “Carmageddon: Max Damage”: This arcade racing game doesn’t have a story or a plot to follow. Players set specific goals — such as destroying opponents — in a series of races and car-combat events. You use weapons to damage or destroy rival cars and run over pedestrians — including nuns, the disabled, and animals — to earn points. Frequent use of profanity, references to a strip club and sexual innuendo all make “Carmageddon” for adults only.

Alternate racing games: “Trackmania Turbo” (age 8+), Need For Speed (age 13+)

3. “The Culling”: Set on a tropical island, this first-person shooter has a twisted, “Hunger Games”-like premise: Players are contestants on a televised game show where the last man or woman standing wins. Players get 20 minutes to scavenge for resources, make weapons and create traps and land mines to kill opponents — who shed graphic amounts of blood and gore when attacked. As you successfully eliminate other players and survive for extended periods of time, you’re rewarded with points that you can use to acquire additional items for the next brutal episode.

Alternate multiplayer games: “Wondershot” (age 10+), Battleborn (age 13+)

4. “Dark Souls III”: This action role-playing game is the latest title in a series that’s known for challenging gameplay and brutal imagery. You play an adventurer trying to prevent the end of the world, fighting a path through a kingdom infested with evil humanlike enemies and monsters. Wielding weapons including swords, spears, bows and magic spells, you frequently walk past the remnants of the recently deceased (such as bodies hanging from trees) and step through pools of blood. Wounds spray blood through the air, and victims cry out in pain when struck.

Alternate action RPGs: “Hyrule Warriors: Legends” (age 10+), “Xenoblade Chronicles X” (age 13+)

5. “Dead Rising”: Like an interactive version of the 1970s zombie-apocalypse movie “Dawn of the Dead,” “Dead Rising” (which was rereleased in 2016) has you trying to destroy the undead. You play a photojournalist trapped in a shopping mall after the town’s residents have become zombies. Using weapons including chain saws, shotguns and other items you earn points to upgrade your character.

Alternate action games: “Necropolis: Brutal Edition” (age 10+), “God Eater 2: Rage Burst” (age 15+)

6. “Doom”: This first-person shooter casts players in the role of an unnamed space marine on Mars who must fight demonic forces released by a corrupt corporation. A near-constant stream of blood and gore, as well as frequent swearing, accompany “Doom’s” battle sequences. Gamers use chain saws, guns and their fists to blow up or decapitate enemies or to rip them to pieces in the game’s extreme, action-movie-style firefights.

Alternate shooters: “Ratchet and Clank” (age 10+), “Destiny: Rise of Iron” (15+)

7. “Far Cry Primal”: You play a prehistoric tribesman trying to reunite his scattered people while defending against a rival, cannibalistic clan in this unique, first-person action game. There’s plenty of graphic violence. In addition to hunting and skinning animals, you raise companion animals such as bears and wolves, which you can command to attack people. Mature scenes include players drinking blood and hallucinating.

Alternate first-person action games: “Mirror’s Edge Catalyst” (age 10+), “Star Wars Battlefront” (age 13+)

8. “Hitman”: Playing as a genetically enhanced assassin, you travel the world killing specific targets to fulfill assigned contracts. You can use guns, knives, explosives, and more to kill guards and others in your way. When people are shot or stabbed, they bleed graphically or are incapacitated, allowing you to wear the victims’ outfits as a disguise. Frequent swearing, suggestive dialogue and references to cocaine and drinking make “Hitman” one of the most mature violent games of the year.

Alternate stealth games: “Hitman Go: Definitive Edition” (age 10+), “Republique” (age 15+)

9. “Homefront: The Revolution”: This first-person shooter is set in an alternate reality where North Korea invades and takes over the United States. Players act as the leader of a resistance movement trying to overthrow its oppressors. You engage in guerrilla warfare in the game’s urban settings, using pistols, machine guns, grenades and other weapons. Both enemies and the hero spray blood when they’re shot. The game includes swearing, drug references and prostitutes who proposition players.

Alternate action games: “Hard Reset Redux” (age 10+), “Adr1ft” (age 13+)

10. “Path of Exile: Ascendency”: In this expansion to the original “Path of Exile,” players must fight their way through a monster-filled labyrinth sprinkled with deadly traps. The game spares no visual detail in showing gruesome deaths, such as impalement with spikes or shredding by saw blades. If you survive these hazards, you still have to fight your way through monsters to succeed — which is a grisly endeavor.

NO COMMENTS