Featuring games like Bully, Grand Theft Auto, and South Park: The Stick of Truth, Game Rant names the 10 most controversial video games produced to date.
With boring gameplay and twitchy controls, an impressive art style and much-publicized controversy cannot hide the tedious shooter underneath ‘Hatred’s veneer.
June is all about E3, but games like ‘Batman: Arkham Knight, ‘LEGO Jurassic World,’ ‘Heroes of the Storm,’ and ‘The Elder Scrolls Online’ should keep fans busy between all those press conferences.
While some offensive games are intended as social critiques, games like ‘Hatred’ and ‘Kill the F*****!’ lack the wit and intent to make them truly satirical, so they come off as emptily offensive.
After a short delay thanks to ‘The Witcher 3,’ Destructive Creations’ murder-simulator arrives on Steam on June 1, 2015. Remember: if you don’t like it, you shouldn’t buy it.
Destructive Creations is now accepting pre-orders for their controversial game ‘Hatred’, and have new screenshots and a trailer to entice gamers to grab a digital copy.
Less than 24 hours after its removal from Steam Greenlight, the controversial shooter ‘Hatred’ is back thanks to Valve Founder Gabe Newell.
Valve pulls the Steam Greenlight campaign for the controversial shooter ‘Hatred,’ saying they have no interest in publishing the game.
The first gameplay trailer for disturbing massacre simulator ‘Hatred’ has been revealed, and Epic Games promptly asked to have the Unreal logo removed from it.