Top 7: Violent Games you can finish without killing anyone
Subscribe to GR+ here: http://goo.gl/cnjsn1
There are hundreds of games that ask you to eviscerate, gun down, and blow up every life form that you see. At this point, we're all cold-blooded murderers in the virtual world--just think of your kill count at the end of any given action game.
But violence isn't the only way! Some games--even the most brutal ones--actually let you take the pacifist route. You can avoid conflicts, sneak past your enemies, and find alternate paths completely. Here are seven violent games that have peaceful alternatives.
Who people really violent Here Im one of you :) but i have d.i.d Half Good half Evil my good friendly,careful,Evil,Hearthless,no mercy,Very violent But i never try to kill people Cause im scared on jail 😱😱
Splinter Cell Chaos Theory and Blacklist - the first one is obvious. Blacklist is not just violent - its brutal with its karambit takedowns, but still you dont need to touch a single person or at least you can just take them down non lethally.
Mirror's Edge doesn't Count. If I remember correctly you kick that one guy out of a helicopter in the very last sequence of the game. And since it's an automatic Event you can not avoid it, so there is at leat one Kill in the game that you cause.
I had great fun going through Assassin's Creed 2 without killing anyone. I think it's the only one I've played in the series that let you go bare-fisted on the main targets. Tricky when the difference between "disarm" and "disarm and horribly murder" is a button press away. I even went so far as to pick up the guards I had thrashed and put their writhing, broken bodies on the swanky couches in the banks for a pleasant recovery.
There's a great little game on Steam called Gunpoint where you never have to kill anyone. If I remember, you can get through the whole game without a kill, though pouncing on a guard and punching them 1000 times or wiring a lightswitch to an electrical booby trap is still pretty hilariously rewarding.
"Here's 5 stealth games deliberately and famously designed around nonlethal options, an RPG where you're forced to kill people but we can weasel our way out of it with a semantic technicality, and Postal 2."
Pretty surprised Undertale isn't on this list. The game's main advertisement is that you can get through the game without killing anyone. It's also pretty damn violent - especially if you go the genocide route, which is kill everything. Shit gets pretty fucking disturbing.
Would have been better to use New Vegas instead of Fallout 4, you legitimately can play it without killing a soul. Also, why show footage of Deus Ex if you're not even going to include it on the list? That game also rewards you with achievements for not killing anybody.
Barring conviction you can complete the whole five other splinter cell games without killing, and some levels could be done without even knocking out guards, CIA Office was one I took pride in doing without even knocking out one agent. No achievement as it was on the original Xbox.
It's....pretty damn violent. Just because it doesn't show blood and guts doesn't mean it's not violent. The Genocide run has enough death, disturbing imagery, and horrifying implications to warrant being on a list like this.
You're extremely closeminded. All you're thinking about is graphics. But, seeing as you've posted in 99% of the comments that suggested Undertale be on this list shows you have a vendetta against the game for some stupid reason. It's not really worth explaining the point with someone who can't see past what that "dust" means, nor the disturbing narrative that accompanies it. You're probably one of those idiots who put graphical fidelity over gameplay. Whatever, doesn't matter. Done wasting my time with you. Don't expect a post back if you reply to this one.
Our on-going goal with Steam is to improve the service we offer customers. We believe that by sharing this data, well be able to spot problems earlier, improve the Steam service more efficiently, and ultimately build better products and experiences. Let us know what you think. Concurrent Steam Users (most recent 48 hours).
1001 Free Steam Games Worth Playing
The second one balances difficulty and RPG mechanics seamlessly to make the game always rewarding. " Free. Recommended March 6. "Fun and engaging game with a twist that comes out of left field. Not very long, but worth the time, definitely worth a second play through to unlock all its secrets.