Owen Hibbert of Entertainment Buddha writes: "The developers at the appropriately named Destructive Creations state that Hatred is a game about killing innocent people for the plain reason of hating them."
This trailer is all sorts of jacked up. Wonder if the game will get released.
IT's on PC; not like anyone can do anything to stop them from releasing. Consoles have to verify the games; on PC you can just release a game. Valve has to approve a game for steam, but if people really want the game; they will buy it anywhere.
I will buy, why not...This Guys shows something which people either to like or hate. For me it's a game, so some brutality to relax not hurt anyone..:)
Meh. I'll pass. Gameplay looks bland from what I saw.
I can imagine that playing this game is like getting off watching a 50 year old suicidal goth with erectile dysfunction try to masturbate. Mildly shocking, mostly uncomfortable and ultimately embarrassing for everyone involved. But if that's your thing knock yourself out.
It's like an audiobook version of a bad porno.
Nah, it's just a game without zombies...
That description would make a terrible game but a FANTASTIC sitcom
i like how people are trying to compare it to movies when in movies its either based on stories or there is either a hero to stop the maniac or is set on a horror survival and the character is trying to get away but in games its interactive you are doing the murdering havoc that is your whole objective to kill for no reason but for the disgusting pleasure and blind hate of you being behind that wheel as the player. what message or point is this game sending off? what was the devs thoughts of creating such a game thats been in and out of the news you see today still recently happening of public and school shootings. now i stand and fight for games that have creativity, innovation, plot and concept but this game is just disturbing nonsense. now im not bugging about the action and violence in the game. its the plot behind the violence thats disturbing and the fact the dev wants you to be that protagonist.
I can see your concern. It is disturbing to an extent but all I really got from this game is "Wow you guys are trying so hard to be offensive, it's really freakin' lame". The main 'protagonist' just comes off as Nietzsche wannabe, an uber-nihilist emo douchebag. This game will come an go like a bad smell. More worried about those rape simulators though, a few sickos running loose on the web...
I don't understand all the attention this game is getting. Sure, it looks like mindless violence, but it doesn't look like it's pushing the boundaries further than say, the Postal series. If it's anything like the previous "controversial" games of the past, the biggest offense this game will commit will be awful gameplay. @Klonoa I'd say it's very similar in nature to the 2009 movie Rampage (by the infamous Uwe Boll). I think the developers have every right to make this game if such is their wish. It's up to us the consumers to decide whether or not we wish to support the final product with our money.
Political correctness be damned. I'd give this a go at least once. It looks hilarious.
It's trying WAY too hard to be shocking, it's The Human Centipede II of games - monochrome and over-the-top. Believe me this game will come and go, have a small cult following and that's it. Personally, I'll stick with Manhunt - a much more fun game with an awesome soundtrack to boot!
and you're trying way too hard to insult it
I just saw this trailer for the first time a few minutes ago, dumbest shit I ever seen lol and I got no problem with violence in games, but this? I hate the world an now I'm going all psychopath emo on everybody haha but hey I'm sure this game appeals to somebody out there.
This game disturbs me way to much. The only point of the game is to hunt down innocents. Its just gonna be more crap from the media about how video games and guns cause so much violence.
Really can't judge, I have had thoughts of one day recreating Manhunt 2 but with animals and call it 'Jungle' /s
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