Video games are a universe composed of so many genres, concepts, and artistic directions. This diversity allows the industry’s players to inspire each other to go further and further in their proposals.
But some games even go too far, not in what is acceptable or not, but simply in what a player may want to experience surrounded by his loved ones. Sharing a work that you like is surely a great pleasure for you, but there are some that you would not like your loved ones to see you touch…
Of course, we are not criticizing the games we are going to present you, which are very good titles. Let’s just say that they will make you experience certain emotions or push you to perform certain actions that would not make you feel comfortable if you were surrounded. And even really uncomfortable, a bit like these 7 Japanese games that went way too far in the absurd.
But it’s kind of a good thing that video games are able to offer so many politically incorrect works because industry players have had to fight to earn that right over the decades. So here are the 7 games you’d really do well to play on your own. No doubt that the ninth generation of consoles, which will definitely put an end to the “war” between the manufacturers, will offer many games to be included in this ranking.
Catherine Full Body
Catherine is a very suggestive game. You play as Vincent, a thirty-something with a very tortured love life and torn between two relationships. Catherine does not only rely on the charm of its female characters, it is a game with a catchy scenario that is much darker than it seems. Despite this, the suggestive scenes are legion, so it’s best to avoid playing it surrounded by your family to avoid the big uncomfortable moments.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
One of the emotions that is not necessarily pleasant to show in front of your relatives is anger. And there are many frustrating moments in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. The Souls-like game will ask you to start over and over again to defeat its many bosses. Losing is never fun and if you have a teasing loved one who might laugh at you every time you lose, it’s best to play Sekiro in your corner.
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Resident Evil VII: Biohazard
If you want to keep a straight face and not look like a coward in front of your loved ones, isolate yourself to play Resident Evil VII. The game is scary, very scary. When you jump out of the controller, you probably won’t want to do it in front of anyone.
Dead or Alive 6
It’s almost a shame to find Dead or Alive 6 in this ranking because it’s a good fighting game. Too bad the developers decided to value the plastic of their female characters so much. Even if you play it for its accessible and dynamic gameplay, the physique of the female fighters and their sometimes really inappropriate outfits in combat is quite disturbing.
Grand Theft Auto V
Violence, suggestive or even immoral moments: it’s better to play GTA V away from the eyes of your family, especially if they are not familiar with the video game universe. Even if Rockstar is cleaning up the game, GTA V is still as addictive as ever.
The Walking Dead (Season 1)
If you want to avoid having a weak moment in front of your loved ones, we recommend playing The Walking Dead season 1 alone. Telltale’s narrative work has several emotional moments, and its conclusion will most certainly bring a tear to your eye.
You have a lot of freedom in Cyberpunk 2077, as you did in The Witcher 3. That’s why it’s best to play it out of sight. If you start violently attacking everything that moves or multiplying your conquests, you risk disturbing all your friends and family, especially since Night City smells of debauchery.