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Submitted by -Mezzo- 775d ago | opinion piece

10 Most Insanely Violent Video Games Ever Made

WC - As much as I love games with thoughtful, intricate storylines, I can’t deny that I also like a bit of senseless gore on occasion, too. It taps into one of our basic urges as gamers, to cause the sort of destruction we cannot in real life, at least without getting arrested. Psychologists would say that video games allow us to tap onto our id, the pleasure principle that we keep at bay during our normal life, but in games, we’re able to run rampant and wantonly cause mass murder. (Culture)

LOL_WUT  +   775d ago
Really? Manhunt is at number 4? It should be higher in my opinion.

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