Release date: 01.06.2015
Developer: Destructive Creations
Publisher: Destructive Creations

It’s been a long time since I’ve seen a game get so mach hatred as Hatred. The controversy is so big that this game just doesn’t bother to advertise. But is all that hatred worth it?


The story in the game actually has nothing before it and after it. In the first cutscene we only hear that his name is not important, but important is what he’s going to do. And that is to kill. Kill, kill and then kill some more. Not some space monsters or zombies, but innocente people. Run after them kill them with a handgun, machine gun or just throw a granede at them. During the whole game you can carry just three guns, but you can change them during the missions.

The levels in this game all look the same. Maybe that’s because the game is in black and white (and red for blood). The only change here is the increasing police activity. It goes up from just a few police offiers in the first level to the army in the last levels. The pedestrians also can pick up guns from dead offiers or soldiers and try to stop you. Even the way you can regenerate health (by performing executions) get’s a bit dull after a while. In the begining the quotes said during them are interesting. For example “Death, the lowest common denominator of all”. Or this one “Dust to dust”. But they are not unlimited and as they start to repeat you get bored.

Despite all the lack of diversity it still brings me back to it. After a long and stressful day at work it’s just fun to be a sadistic killer with nothing to lose.

SCORE: 7/10

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