The controversial and hyper-violent isometric shooter Hatred is finally making it’s way to Steam, and we’ve got a copy. What’s it like? Here are 20 uncut minutes of gameplay so you can get the… Uh… flavour of the game
In the gameplay videos I have seen so far the game looks really fun.
I'm really surprised you feel that way... I thought it looked rather boring. A lot of walking around, killing a few people, then some more walking... I too thought this looked fun from the trailers though. Perhaps it's the fact that it's such an early stage in the game
This game is a snoozefest. The controversy on this game is the only reason for the hype. Passing on this.
Sounds a lot likeGTA
If only this was 3rd and 1st person.
Looks VERY boring.
It kind of reminds me of the game Loaded, except in a middle-class setting and a slight tilt of the viewing angle.
It looks terrible.
The game has a great engine and good physics. If this was the engine used for Project zomboid it would be so full of win. OT: This game lacks any real substance, no story, just killing. I did this in GTA 1 on my PC, I don't play games like that anymore I need alot more to it. Story/Objectives? Killing rampage gets old fast.
i don't expect large sales on this shallow game, just hype. Dead Nation on the PlayStation 4 looks/plays better. #HATINGONTHISGAME
I'm glad they added the realistic screams of terror, it makes me feel like I'm actually killing people for once. I feel a deep hatred within me, my hatred is justice, and my justice is my hatred.
Look the media has everyone brainwashed to hate on this game.
Hate mail aside, gameplay looks highly entertaining!
It looks boring and repetitive.
I find it funny a small indie slav team somehow made a game with better destruction and physics then every AAA game on the market.
How epic wouldn't it be if the game came under the AO rating. The face on the people in charge over at Twitch... Would be epic. The game doesn't look any worse then most games out there.
I couldn't care less about the whole ultra-violence thing, but, in terms of just gameplay, this game looks incredibly boring. It looks like it's just murder porn for the sake of murder porn without anything else holding it up.
Is there something wrong with that? Not my thing, but if people enjoy running around the same handful of maps killing the same two character designs in Call of Duty, why can't people enjoy this version of senseless slaughter?
looks like fun, can't wait.
Hmmm... Either difficulty isn't way down or I find it simply odd that the police and people can be taken down with one or two shots, but the perp can take considerably more damage.
I had some interest in this game but after seeing this gameplay mehhhh but the visuals and destruction is still very good
Looks relatively tame all things considered.
I'm sure mods will fix that.
What's the point of game, just go around killing people? So, it's an isometric version of 'Postal' then? Either way, it looks like it'll get boring quick. Pass.
Postal is already isometric. :P
Sweet. At least the game runs at a steady framerate unlike another somewhat controversial game which I also pre-ordered. :( Bring on its release!
Cannot wait for this game day 1 for sure.
how does this game get AO but GTA gets M??
Reminds me of the movie Rampage. Fox news is gonna be all over this sh!t.
Controls are a little clunky.
Looking forward to playing this tomorrow!
The AI looks terrible, everyone just runs in circles even though there's gun fire everywhere? Looks really boring.
Wait til it's $0.99
Pointless waste of time and resources. Will be used for a social commentary bit, and sure enough, some degenerate will emulate and again make the gaming community look bad.
Looks like your standard twin-stick shooter, without a lot of the polish. The aiming recticle thing looks odd. Should of just gone with the standard line of sight ala Dead Nation, Helldivers and every other good twin-stick shooter in well ever. There's a reason they all do it after all.
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