Destructive Creations has released some new gameplay screens taken from their gruesome twin-stick shooter
A game about killing people.
This game was just gratuitous violence. I don't know why it was rated AO. It's no worse than a GTA killing spree, Hotline Miami, or even the 'No Russian' COD mission. Reminded my of a weaker Dead Nation except no zombies.
And we have highly sexualised Japanese games like Senran Kagura which are often either borderline, or practically straight up soft core.. and not even rated AO, some even rated lower age than GTA! Makes you wonder what's wrong with the ratings systems overall tbh, potentially exposing kids to all kinds of nasty stuff.. but then that's more the parents fault anyways, and the upper age ratings are definitely nowhere near kid friendly, yet you still get little kids playing certain things they shouldn't be.
Sex should not even be an issue. Violence, on the other hand, should have restricted access. I don’t know anything about this particular game, but sounds like the difference between this and GTA is that GTA is a game about mafia, so violence itself isn’t the lure of the game. It’s telling a story. But a game about murder, is a game centered on murder as the selling point. I Don’t know, I see a difference here.
@genericgamer01 We are confusing a number of issues here: 1) I think we all agree that any outright censorship is bad. 2) violence does in fact have negative impact on young kids. 3) as a matter of public welfare, some things are not better left to the unchecked discretion of people, in this case parents. This is why we all obey traffic laws. 4) while the right to raise your children how you see fit is a fundamental right, not all parents know how/are able to raise their children in a proper way, and the rights of the child and society should also be considered. Unfortunately, while we get a manual with everything, and attend classes for things like driving, a child does not come with a manual and no classes are offered to parents about how to raise a child. 5) there is a strong interest in protecting those in our society who do not have a means of protecting themselves. This includes children who cannot protect themselves from bad parenting. 6) we do in fact have experts in every field, both inside and outside government, who have dedicated their lives to specific fields, and DO know more in that subject than the general public. (To argue otherwise is called anti-intellectualism, which is a major problem in our society today, i.e. flat earthers) Therefore, we should have regulations that guide parents, and also prohibit them from allowing their young to engage in activities that are either damaging, or have the propensity to derail their development into functioning positive members of society. Lastly, the issue of politicians using video games as a means to seem tough, is an altogether separate problem as these individuals should not be allowed to take the reigns from experts on matters of public policy without scientific support.
I guess the biggest difference here is the goal of Hatred is to murder where as GTA isn't all about killing sprees, Hotline Miami is too cute to be taken seriously, and COD isn't all about wiping out Russians. Best comparison is probably Dead by Daylight where 50% of the game is being a serial killer trying to kill survivors in gruesome ways and it is only rated M.
shooting and killing people is shooting and killing... dont matter what form it is
Have you ever tried Manhunt? It was quite disturbing when launched.
I'm surprised Switch is getting this and PlayStation/Xbox isn't. The game was basically Postal with better graphics and more realism.
I'm not. Sonys the one that's been caught censoring anime bikini girls. Nintendo has been vocal about being against censorship. https://www.google.com/amp/... https://www.exclusivelygame...
Haha. Only with the switch, because money. Nintendo has censored more games than anyone.
Nintendo will censor their games but not 3rd parties. That's what tey said since few will click any links.
@reals So only with either company's most recent consoles? The ones most relevant here in 2020?
@ Ted I just find it funny that people make it seem like Nintendo has always championed non censorship. They have only relaxed their stance to deliver to their shareholders. Good for them, I guess.
@reals What I think you're noticing is people going at Sony, because they have been the censorship kings of this generation. I've never seen people voicing Nintendo's anti-censorship stance, because they've obviously been bad with that in the past. But we're talking about now, and Sony is the one always seen censoring content nowadays.
Brace yourselves for the incoming bitching about this by journalists.
Or more likely: "Best on Switch - 10/10"
Hmm I wonder if some retail outlets will refuse to sell it
Every open world sandbox game is Hatred for me.
I remember when Doom was considered controversial.
Surprised Nintendo allowed this
Nice. Stop political correctness. We need more sex and violence
I could use more sex.
Thoughts and prayers.
This game just looks like a tasteless pos. It's a mass shooter simulator and nothing more. I like violent escapism but get no satisfaction from blowing an innocent person's head off as theybeg for their life. Surprised at Nintendo.
What!!!!! We've come from a censored version of Mortal Kombat on Snes, Nintendo promising to never put Night Trap on its system due to it extreme violent nature, Nintendo always staying family friendly.... 20 years later..... The Nintendo Switch has Night Trap, Mortal Kombat 11 uncensored and the murder sim Hated, plus all Dooms, Duke Nukem, Thief Sim. Violent games have come a long way. What wheres GTA?
I tried to give the game a chance, purely on a fun level, but it really is just a crap twin-stick. A mediocre game for teen edgelords.
Hmm, must be a censored version. It's not on PS or XBOX because of the rating so doubt Ninty will make history here....
Good. Freedom of expression and such.