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This arcade gameplay mode features:
Game also gets a couple cool updates:
Hatred fills your whole body. You’re sick and tired of humanity’s worthless existence. The only thing that matters is your gun and the pure Armageddon that you want to unleash.
You will go out for a hunt, and you will clear the New York outskirts of all humans with cold blood. You will shoot, you will hurt, you will kill, and you will die. There are no rules, there is no compassion, no mercy, no point in going back. You are the lord of life and death now - and you have full control over the lives of worthless human scum.
You will also run, you will need to think, you will need to hide and fight back when armed forces come to take you down. You will have no mercy for them, because they dare to stand in your way.
Only brutality and destruction can cleanse this land. Only a killing spree will make you die spectacularly and go to hell.
Yes this game is not very optimized, however playing with the FPS mod makes the game different, I like it, despite what people think.
A lot of controversy around this game for being extremely violent when it should have been because it is extremely bad. When you think of a game like Hatred you feel like it could work as a one-time game you enjoy for a bit. You play it, you destroy everything that comes in front of you and let off some steam. Hatred does exactly the opposite. Because this game is hard and frustrating. Action is really bad balanced, and the visuals are horrible. The monochromatic filter and the film grain makes it even worse. The camera is too zoomed in to the point that you won't even see who is shooting at you, and it takes a lot of bullets to take down one single enemy when there are lots of them shooting at you at the same time. Civilians work as health points (similar to Prototype), but leaving an area where action is going on just to go for civilians and regenerate your health is boring. A not enjoyable game.
Hatred is a standard top down shooter. The only thing unique about it is how you play a psychopathic murderer, and that's all there is to the game. And it doesn't do it in the tongue in cheek manner Postal did it in. You just kill civilians, cops, etc. All the environments feel the same, the weapons don't mix up gameplay enough; aside from the joke played straight manner in which the game is presented, this game is fairly cookie cutter in design.
The developers of Hatred tried to cash in from the controversy it attracted and not on the gameplay. It's not just the concept of shooting innocent people that is offensive, it's the gameplay. Hatred severely lacks replay value and the game does not last long. There's hardly any story whatsoever, due to the mindless massacres the player character commits. The game is also in black-and-white, making visuals quite dull. I guess the name "Destructive Creations" should have been a clear warning on how bad this game can be. As such, because the game tried too hard to be taken as serious and failed to focus on what makes a good game, I give a F for Hatred.
I think its generally well known about how people found out about this game, it was pretty much plastered up everywhere and many media places said it was bad and everything. Well once you get past that want are you left with. A pretty bad game to be honest, there isnt really much of a storyline to keep you coming back, its done after 5hours and you question why you started in the first place. Things like dead nation were a lot better then this and im not really sure where the devs were trying to go with this game in the first place. They could have made a nice storyline to go with the uncharted genre that they are in but they missed their chance. This game relied on the media saying its bad to get randoms to buy the game just to see what the problem was. I cant recommend it.
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