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  1. #91
    Passing Through
    Datum prijave
    Feb 2007

    Preddefinirano Re: Krvave igre

    Nedavno sam gledao neke trailere za GOW2 , toliko krvi nije bilo ni u prvom dijelu

  2. #92
    Expert Player
    Datum prijave
    Mar 2005

    Preddefinirano Re: Krvave igre

    No1 Blood 2

  3. #93
    King of Arcades
    Datum prijave
    Jan 2007
    Zadar, Hrvatska

    Preddefinirano Re: Krvave igre

    Najkrvavije igre su Punisher i Manhunt.

    It only does everything.
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  4. #94
    King of Arcades
    Datum prijave
    Sep 2006

    Preddefinirano Re: Krvave igre

    The Punisher
    Grafika nije nesto posebno, ali puno nacina za mucenje protivnika...

    Reservoir Dogs
    Igra također sa losijom grafikom, ali igra ima puno krvi i kad shotgun-om pogodite protivnika krv prsne na sve strane.

  5. #95

    Preddefinirano Re: Krvave igre

    God of war i punisher.Krvavo do boli

  6. #96

    Preddefinirano Re: Krvave igre

    Top 10 Lists : The Top 10 Most Violent
    Videogames Ever
    Some of us gamers out there look for
    that special thrill in games that involve
    the spilling of blood and/or generally
    darker and more violent material. The messier
    it is, the more appealing it can be to
    those of us out there that play what's
    intended for older audiences. Let's look at
    which ones really stand out in the history of gaming...

    #10: Mortal Kombat (ARC)
    This is what everyone thinks about when they
    hear the term "violent videogames". Expected
    to be a short-lived project, Mortal Kombat was
    one of the first top-grossing games involving
    excessive violence, resulting in a huge fanbase
    and many sequels to follow which still run today.
    The first of the classic entries partly introduced
    the use of live actors for character sprites,
    giving it a very surreal effect, and with many
    vibrant and distinguishable characters with
    unique powers, but above all, the gruesome
    fatality system. Who couldn't describe the first
    time they saw Sub-Zero dismembering
    someone's head with their spine dangling off it
    or Kano ripping the still-beating heart right
    from his foe's chest as anything other than
    breath-taking, mind-blowing and eye-popping?
    Definitely one for the books.

    #9: Splatterhouse (ARC)
    Four years before the release of MK above,
    Splatterhouse, the birth of survival-horror games,
    graced the arcades and later early home consoles
    with side-scroll, beat-em-up, gore-filled action. The
    game revolved around a murdered parapsychology
    student who was revived by an artifact known as
    the Terror Mask, who then journeys further into
    the very mansion he was killed in to save his
    girlfriend. Many significant weapons were
    available for use, and various hideous creatures
    would attack the player, threatening a
    second gruesome death should they fail to
    fend them off. Without Splatterhouse,
    games like Resident Evil and Silent Hill would never be.

    #8: The Punisher (PS2, XBOX)
    This game, while significantly better than
    it's movie counterpart (thankfully barely based
    upon it), retells the adventures of Marvel Comics'
    merciless anti-hero with no supernatural
    powers - merely the pinaccle of human ability
    and a wide arsenal of firearms. However, it is
    Frank Castle's rationale which separates him
    from the cliche vengeance-seeking vigilante
    - he defines his actions as punishment, with no
    limit to what he will do, as shown in this game.
    The Punisher uses whatever he can to threaten
    crooks with a gruesome death if they don't
    cough up information. ESRB required that
    these executions be partially censored by
    briefly going black and white, but the sound
    effects, voices and portrayal of the cruel
    torment is more than convincing.

    #7: Hitman: Blood Money (PS2, XBOX)
    The latest entry in the Hitman series is filled
    with many more killing opportunities than it's
    predecessors. Agent 47, our favorite killer for
    hire, disguises himself in various different
    ways and resorts to endless amounts of weapons
    to get the job done, no matter how nastily.
    The game even involves hiding the corpses
    from the naked eye as well as resulting effects
    based on the brutality of the killing. Very
    realistic concepts and with an extra helping of
    violence thrown in.

    #6: Mortal Kombat: Deception
    (PS2, XBOX, GC)
    It was a tie for it's sequel Mortal Kombat:
    Armageddon, which includes a super-interactive
    but halfway disappointing Kreate-A-Fatality
    system, but Deception takes the gold. Though
    we all know it is impossible, bloodthirsty
    gamers will definitely be able to feed their
    hunger when a gallon of blood pours from their
    victim's face when receiving an uppercut,
    causing it to flow and drip down their entire
    body. The sound effects and voice acting sound
    painfully real with every blow delivered
    between the fighters, and players will not be
    disappointed. This had probably the most
    gruesome fatalities among the MK fighters -
    including quite creative ones for MK's ninja
    pioneers Scorpion and Sub-Zero, in which
    their victim loses limbs and actually begs
    for mercy before their life is taken - as
    well as agonizing death traps surrounding the environment.

    #5: Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks (PS2, XBOX)
    Released in 2005, Shaolin Monks was MK's sole
    successful action/adventure game, and quite
    possibly the best MK game to date. Huge
    splashes of blood were accompanied with
    every single hit, and the intense boss fights
    included fatalities for both victories and
    losses, each one having grossly painful
    scenarios and quite cinematic execution
    which led to an exhilirating and satisfying
    experience. However, the more generic
    fatalities outside of boss fights were quite
    tormenting as well - Liu Kang crippling his
    foe with his bare hands, Kung Lao using
    his hat as a buzzsaw and pulling his enemy's
    legs to slice them in half, are just tiny bits
    of what's in store for whoever plays this.

    #4: God of War (PS2)
    This game, standing on it's pedestal as one of
    the best and most entertaining PS2 titles, is not
    only addictive and fun, but wholly gory. The
    cinematics especially are probably some of the
    grossest and most violent ones ever included
    within a videogame, and the many different kills
    Kratos can sport among the varieties of enemies
    he fights can make you quiver. Being able to swing
    the Blades of Chaos on chains branded to
    Kratos's skin allowed the spilling of blood to
    surround the environment since he could slash
    from so far away, but perhaps the most jaw-dropping
    feats were how Kratos would finish gigantic bosses.

    #3: Gears of War (X360)
    Many people judge their games by how realistic
    the graphics are. Gears of War displays
    beautifully crips and believable environments,
    but is also full of extremely graphic depictions
    that nearly cross the line to how much people
    can take. The huge amounts of blood that splatter
    onto your screen when chainsawing someone
    apart alone is reason enough to place the game
    this high on the list. The loss of limbs and
    several other painful fates that the characters
    can experience and still keep going all the while
    calls for something ugly. This game will
    definitely treat you to a bloody, messy time.

    #2: Manhunt (PS2)
    This is the kind of game that makes you feel bad
    when you play it. Following the horrifying
    experiences of a ressurected individual that
    must survive the ones stalking him, the
    player is forced to use common, everyday
    objects to kill their enemies, even forced to
    apply more to their efforts as they struggle.
    From suffocating someone with a plastic bag
    and actually see them struggle to breathe as
    you persevere to stop their heart to the
    blood-curdling monstrosities you can commit
    with but a simple shard of glass, Manhunt is
    filled with many a violent and gruesome
    escapade that just sticks into your mind.

    #1: Thrill Kill (PS)
    Has playing a videogame ever made you throw
    up in disgust? If not, this one should do the trick.
    Thrill Kill is indeed the most violent game you
    can find out there. Just thinking about it makes
    my heart leap to my throat. The game revolves
    around eight psychotic killers that die and go to
    hell and are given a chance to return to the
    mortal plane should they fight each other. This
    results in 30 second beatings that leave the victim
    but a red smear on the ground, shoving cowprods
    inside people's throats, brutal dismemberment,
    mutilation of the body and various other horrible
    fates that may make you scream just watching
    them. If Quentin Tarantino ever played videogames,
    this would probably be his favorite. Originally rated
    AO, the game was ultimately cancelled and released
    on the internet. That alone is proof enough
    that the content in this game is serious business.

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  7. #97

    Preddefinirano Re: Krvave igre

    Meni je najbolja The warriors kad se tučemo banda protiv bande,a najbolje je kad nekome razbiješ ciglu ili flašu na glavi :respect: :headbang:
    Zaboravio sam na Resident Evil 4 zakon igrica ima puno krvi a i grafika je savršena!!!

    Sad igram - Dirt 2, Dead Space
    Na Čekanju - Assasins Creed 2

    Zadnje pređeno - Singularity, Split/Second

  8. #98
    Pacman Player
    Datum prijave
    Jan 2007

    Preddefinirano Re: Krvave igre

    GOW,The Warriors,Manhunt...

  9. #99
    Doctor Universalis
    Datum prijave
    Feb 2007

    Preddefinirano Re: Krvave igre

    manhunt,warriors i resident evil!
    Another Time, Another Place... ;)

  10. #100

    Preddefinirano Re: Krvave igre

    agranc je napisao/la:
    Meni je najbolja The warriors kad se tučemo banda protiv bande,a najbolje je kad nekome razbiješ ciglu ili flašu na glavi :respect: :headbang:
    Ok al ovo nema veze sa najboljom igrom neg s najkrvavijom

    Po meni su to Punisher i GoW


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