The most controversial game of the year is an ultra violent murder sim where civilians beg for their lives, but is there justification for the violence?
Hatred isn’t a very good video game. You probably guessed that already, given how desperate it is to shock with its violence and amorality, but it’s not absolutely terrible either. The concept certainly is, but we’re only here to judge the quality of the game. In terms of freedom of speech, if someone wants to make an ultra violent game about murdering hundreds of innocent people then they’re perfectly within their rights. But did they have to make it so incredibly… Read the full story