Articles with gore tag
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Mordhau Review

If you happened to be gaming on the PC in the early 2010's, you might have heard of a somewhat niche but highly popular multiplayer game by the name of Chivalry: Medieval Warfare. As the name may infer, this was a fighting title with medieval-era weaponry that paired simple to understand but difficult to master swordplay mechanics with an immersive team-based objective mode that made for some of the most engaging and blood-pumping competitive multiplayer I have ever experienced, even with some technical hiccups. Despite the success of Chivalry, developers Torn Banner chose to abandon the IP, with their next project

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Gore Tech's evolution in video games.

Gore, video games have always been associated with the most visceral presentation of it even more so than movies at times due to it's interactive nature, but the actual tech used by games in order to develop a sense of tension and blood splattering violence has not always been incredibly convincing, with a few notorious leaps in progression from time to time.Resident Evil 2 Remake appears to be another great leap in the right direction.Let us not forget the earliest examples of "Gore" in games like the original Mortal Kombat, while at the time it sent adults into a frenzy and