Matt Forney
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New Article at Reaxxion: “Why Hatred Fails at Being Controversial and Fun”

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I review the most controversial game of the year over at Reaxxion:

Not only that, Hatred’s level of violence is so over the top that it works against any atmosphere the game tries to develop. At the end of the first mission alone, you’ll have mowed down hundreds of innocent bystanders, curbstomped peoples’ skulls into mush with your bare boots, and sent cops flying halfway across the screen with shotgun blasts from 20 feet away. If the game even attempted to be realistic, it might be possible to find all the carnage a little disturbing, but you might as well be watching a cartoon, given how fake everything looks.

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