Your parents and politicians are right. Gaming is an absolutely filthy pastime. Sex! Perversion! Nudity! The stuff is pretty much everywhere... even in the places they - and you - never thought to check.
What do we mean? Well, developers have been sneaking smut into their games long before, and after, the infamous Hot Coffee scandal. No genre, from racing to side scroller, is really safe. No generation, from 8-bit Nintendo to today, is truly innocent.
Most of our examples aren't technically hidden. You just didn't have the time, capturing equipment or complete lack of shame to see them. Luckily, we do.
Gruesomely slicing and chopping bodies into endless waves of blood, limbs and guts? Okay! Smashing skulls with crowbars, baseball bats and frying pans? Perfectly acceptable! Reciting every nasty curse word known to man? Model behavior! Chugging alcohol and popping pills? You get health for that!
Showing a topless woman? Oh the horror... Make her smaller! No, SMALLER!!! Black and white! Grain filter!! More pixelation!!! IS THAT THE SMALLEST YOU CAN MAKE HER?! Damn you, man, add an EFFING grain filter before we're EFFING SUED!!! For the love of-- can't we just stick her on a t-shirt somewhere???
To view this vile and clearly corruptive clothing for yourself, head to the changing room of a store called "In the Closet," located on the second floor of the mall's entrance plaza. To view hundreds of human beings mutilate, torture, murder and devour each other, simply play Dead Rising.
Twisted Metal 2 (1996)
Who knew a game about missile-loaded clown cars would have so much class? Sure, you can shoot the Statue of Liberty on the New York City map until her clothes fly off... but you sure as hell can't see her without a bikini. That's un-American!