Dec 17, 2007
The funny thing about the freedom of speech is that everyone’s for it until they see something that rubs them the wrong way. Take these Top 7 Most Evil Games for instance. We wish these games didn’t exist. But if we want developers to have the freedom to make the games we actually want to play without having to worry about censorship fettering creativity, there needs to be a place for the ones we wouldn’t touch with a ten foot pole too. What you're about to see are the most vile, disgusting, and offensive examples of games gone wrong. So if you're over 18 and have the stomach for it, read on with care.
Above: The main character stalks a soon-to-be-raped schoolgirl in this clumsy stealth scene
Are games art? Does life imitate art? We hope not, because if that’s true, legions of creepy men may be hiding in dark alleys waiting to rape unsuspecting passersby. Biko 3 is a stalking/rape simulator that features clumsy stealth scenes, where you stalk your victim to reach an interactive rape scene. Moans of pleasure - which suggests that a raping feels really good - only makes the game’s already creepy premise that much more heinous. Please excuse us while we cleanse our minds with some regular porn.