Humanity has wronged you for the last time. Armed with an armful of expletives and some ammunition, you set out on your quest to take out as many people out as you can in a blaze of blind rage. While the concept behind Hatred begs for controversy and outrage, you will be hard pressed to care. For all of the shock and hullaballoo following its path toward release, Hatred is nothing special or particularly egregious in the world of video game violence, except for the fact that it relies on that violence alone. The game takes itself extremely seriously and has plenty of extremely violent content and murder, but it ends up feeling more like camp; you’ve probably seen this kind of thing before – and decades ago, at that.