PC World names the most offensive games of 2007 - destructoid

PC World names the most offensive games of 2007

3:05 PM on 12.26.2007

2007 was a banner years for gaming, but that doesn't mean that tripe isn't being turned out at an equal pace. Some crappy games are hilarious though, and I think my world would be a different place without them. PC World has done their round-up for most offensive game of 2007, and here are the winners:

1. So you think you can drive, Mel?

2. Manhunt 2

3. V-Tech Rampage

4. Kane & Lynch:Dead Men

5. Mario Party 8

6. Resistance: Fall of Man

7. Scrabble DS

8. The Darkness

9. Lair 

Some of those are obvious, but Mario Party 8? In case you missed it, the game was pulled from UK shelves due to the use of the word "spastic" which is apparently synonymous with a person who has cerebral palsy. Apparently, overseas peeps were not pleased that Nintendo had no respect for the disabled. Damn you, Nintendo. 

DL Site's "Lewd Consultation Room" was somehow left off of this list, much to my chagrin. The summary actually reads:

A female doctor with a stethoscope conducts strange medical examinations.

She makes the men who come to see her take off their clothes and has a nurse lick their genitals.

Now that's offensive, people. Also, terrifying.

[Via PC World, thanks Justin]


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