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Gore Games Viscerality—that is, actual 'viscerality' and not just game journalists using the word to describe anything fluidly violent—has been a part of videogames for as long as videogames have been capable of putting out detailed graphics. Once upon a time, artists had to render each sprite frame by frame to depict violence and gore, but these days, games engines are more than capable of depicting it with the use of ragdoll physics and detachable skeletal models, along with a host of shaders and texture effects. I've taken the liberty of not including many of the really older games which simply haven't aged well, but I've included a few surprises on that front. Without further ado, here are the top 25 most violent, and goriest games of all time.
20 Mind F*ck Screenshots Glitches are dime a dozen in videogames. They're par on course for any videogame experience and despite sometimes getting in the way of what we refer to as 'the gameplay', glitches can--in and of themselves--be enjoyable for offering us with a unexpected moments.
There was a time, not too long ago, when the term "cinemagraph" was being thrown around and internet culture gravitated toward this amalgamation of still shots and modest yet aesthetically effective movement. New York-based photographer Jamie Beck and her counterpart Kevin Burg first coined the term last year, gaining a lot of recognition for their cinematic images with subtle movement. My Modern Met even had the opportunity to interview the creative forces behind the perfected animated gifs.