Some games push all the wrong buttons. Check out this rundown of gaming's biggest offenders.
From the very beginning, video gaming has managed to stir up controversy. Exidy's 1976 arcade game Death Race raised the ire of the National Safety Council by rewarding players for running over gremlins. The 1982 Atari 2600 game Custer's Revenge angered women's rights groups for its tasteless depiction of non-consensual intercourse. Regardless of whether or not you happen to believe that video games are a valid form of artistic expression, you can't argue with their ability to tick people off.
And over the past 15 years, they've gotten really, really good at doing just that. So grab your picket sign and get ready to march as Yahoo.com look at some of gaming's most controversial games.