ChihuahuaDaddy's Guide to Violent Video Games
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Happy Wheels - PC Games
Riding through deadly obstacles with Itchy and Scratchy style gore? Yes, please.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City - PlayStation 2
The Grand Theft Auto series gets a lot of controversy. As long as children are not playing it, I don't see what the big deal is. They are entertaining, but not as much as most of the other games on this list.
Hatred - PC Games
Based on the review and game footage, this game looks just plain sick, and not in a good way. The whole point of Hatred is simply to go on a killing spree. It doesn't have the cartoonish, comedic factor that makes the Postal games or State of Emergency great.
Manhunt - PlayStation 2
I tried this game and couldn't get into it. It got boring after a while.
Mortal Kombat - Arcade
The one that started it all? I remember way back when it first came out. Some of the fatalities made me and some Mexican friends laugh our asses off. It also makes me laugh whenever Johnny Cage punches Liu Kang in the balls. None of the sequels come close to the greatness of the original.
Postal 2 - PC Games
The king of violent games! Woo-hoo!
Postal 2: Apocalypse Weekend - PC Games
Not as great as Postal 2, but still very entertaining.
Postal 2: Paradise Lost - PC Games
The fine Postal tradition continues!
Saints Row: The Third - PlayStation 3
This is a game in which you can create your own character and have him/her beat the shit out of people with a huge dildo. Enough said.
Saints Row IV - PlayStation 3
While it is not as great on average as Saints Row: The Third, Saints Row IV has a weapon that makes it one of the funniest games outside of the Postal franchise - the anal probe!
State of Emergency - PlayStation 2
Would you like to play a video game in which you can play as a fat, angry Mexican guy who goes on a killing spree in a mall during a riot? Then this game is for you! This game has the cartoonish, outlandish and unrealistic violence that I love in a game. The violence is like the violence in Itchy and Scratchy.
Total Overdose: A Gunslinger's Tale in Mexico... - PlayStation 2
The violence in Total Overdose doesn't really stand out. What makes Total Overdose stand out is both the weapons and the graphic swearing.
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