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17th Jan '18 3:44:41 AM LlamaAdventure
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* ''Manga/{{Devilman}}'' is already a violent and grotesque affair back to its 70's roots. But the alternative sequel ''Amon'' cranks the violence even higher up, showing more blood, gore and nastiness in its 45-minute run than the whole tv-series did in 39 episodes. Similarly, ''Anime/DevilmanCrybaby'' cranks up both the gore ''and'' {{Fanservice}} (and [[FanDisservice disservice]],) combined with an overdose of DerangedAnimation.

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* ''Manga/{{Devilman}}'' is already a violent and grotesque affair back to its 70's roots. But the alternative sequel ''Amon'' cranks the violence even higher up, showing more blood, gore and nastiness in its 45-minute run than the whole tv-series did in 39 episodes. Similarly, ''Anime/DevilmanCrybaby'' cranks up both the gore ''and'' {{Fanservice}} (and [[FanDisservice disservice]],) sex, combined with an overdose of DerangedAnimation.
17th Jan '18 3:44:25 AM LlamaAdventure
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* ''Manga/{{Devilman}}'' is already a violent and grotesque affair back to its 70's roots. But the alternative sequel ''Amon'' cranks the violence even higher up, showing more blood, gore and nastiness in its 45-minute run than the whole tv-series did in 39 episodes. Similarly, ''Anime/DevilmanCrybaby'' cranks up both the gore ''and'' {{Fanservice}} (and [[FanDisservice disservice]], combined with an overdose of DerangedAnimation.

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* ''Manga/{{Devilman}}'' is already a violent and grotesque affair back to its 70's roots. But the alternative sequel ''Amon'' cranks the violence even higher up, showing more blood, gore and nastiness in its 45-minute run than the whole tv-series did in 39 episodes. Similarly, ''Anime/DevilmanCrybaby'' cranks up both the gore ''and'' {{Fanservice}} (and [[FanDisservice disservice]], disservice]],) combined with an overdose of DerangedAnimation.
17th Jan '18 3:43:55 AM LlamaAdventure
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* ''Manga/{{Devilman}}'' is already a violent and grotesque affair back to its 70's roots. But the alternative sequel ''Amon'' cranks the violence even higher up, showing more blood, gore and nastiness in its 45-minute run than the whole tv-series did in 39 episodes.

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* ''Manga/{{Devilman}}'' is already a violent and grotesque affair back to its 70's roots. But the alternative sequel ''Amon'' cranks the violence even higher up, showing more blood, gore and nastiness in its 45-minute run than the whole tv-series did in 39 episodes. Similarly, ''Anime/DevilmanCrybaby'' cranks up both the gore ''and'' {{Fanservice}} (and [[FanDisservice disservice]], combined with an overdose of DerangedAnimation.
13th Jan '18 12:01:02 PM nombretomado
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* This is actually something of a reversal for ''VideoGame/AsurasWrath''. Initial trailers had Asura kill his enemies with much bloodier and gorier deaths, as opposed to how they [[DisappearsIntoLight disappear into light]] in the final game. It was likely changed to avoid connotations of being a ''VideoGame/GodOfWar'' ripoff, and most of the footage was when KeijiInafune was the games Executive Producer, who wanted to westernize japanese games to be able to compete with western developers.

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* This is actually something of a reversal for ''VideoGame/AsurasWrath''. Initial trailers had Asura kill his enemies with much bloodier and gorier deaths, as opposed to how they [[DisappearsIntoLight disappear into light]] in the final game. It was likely changed to avoid connotations of being a ''VideoGame/GodOfWar'' ripoff, and most of the footage was when KeijiInafune Creator/KeijiInafune was the games Executive Producer, who wanted to westernize japanese games to be able to compete with western developers.
13th Jan '18 2:54:16 AM lalalei2001
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* ''ComicBook/ZombiesChristmasCarol'' is a retelling of ''A Christmas Carol'' with zombies, so this trope was inevitable. The single goriest page is Ignorance and Want killing the Ghost of Christmas Present.
14th Dec '17 9:29:11 AM fearlessnikki
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* The original ''Film/HalloweenII1981'' was quite graphic compared to its predecessor as well. John Carpenter specifically made it gorier - feeling it had to be so to compete with the other gory slashers that had popped up on the market.



* Lampshaded by Randy in ''Film/{{Scream 2}}'' when discussing the rules on how to make a sequel. "Death scenes are more elaborate; more blood, more gore. Carnage candy."

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* ''{{Franchise/Scream}}'':
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Lampshaded by Randy in ''Film/{{Scream 2}}'' when discussing the rules on how to make a sequel. "Death scenes are more elaborate; more blood, more gore. Carnage candy.""
** Inverted for ''Film/{{Scream 3}}'', which had to be toned down, as the censors were afraid it was TooSoon after Columbine. At one point they tried to push for no gore to be in the film whatsoever.
** ''{{Film/Scream 4}}'' is probably the goriest film in the series - involving scenes where a cop gets stabbed in the head and walks around bleeding, someone getting their throat cut through a mailbox and an especially brutal death for [[spoiler: Olivia]].


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* Roman Polanski's film version of ''{{Theatre/Macbeth}}'' was controversial at the time for its graphic nature. The opening scene with the witches sets the tone - with them burying a severed human hand on the beach. The violence was thought to be heavily influenced by the real life murder of Roman Polanski's own wife.
9th Dec '17 11:43:04 AM TuefelHundenIV
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** The game ups the gore compared to its previous titles. While there are still sprays of blood from living alien enemies there are now rather simple blood splat marks when you kill enemies. In addition injured enemies now have a location based damage texture that reflect the severity of damage done to the enemy.
** Enemies now die in a spray of gibs and chunks especially when killed with powerful or explosive weapons.
** Giant humanoid enemies can have individual limbs blown off forcing them to crawl around or try and fight you missing an arm.
9th Dec '17 11:39:21 AM TuefelHundenIV
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* ''VideoGame/EarthDefenseForce5'':


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** The game ups the gore compared to its previous titles. While there are still sprays of blood from living alien enemies there are now rather simple blood splat marks when you kill enemies. In addition injured enemies now have a location based damage texture that reflect the severity of damage done to the enemy.
** Enemies now die in a spray of gibs and chunks especially when killed with powerful or explosive weapons.
** Giant humanoid enemies can have individual limbs blown off forcing them to crawl around or try and fight you missing an arm.
3rd Dec '17 4:52:35 AM Meyers07TheTroper
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** ''[[VideoGame/MortalKombatX X]]'' is '''''[[UpToEleven even bloodier than 9]]'''''. The Fatalities are really trying to set new standards of gruesome in this game (no one's had their ''eyeballs forcibly shocked out of their heads'' in ''9'', gory as it was).
* ''VideoGame/StarWarsRepublicCommando'' is fairly bloody and gory for a Star Wars game, but managed to stay T-Rated.

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** ''[[VideoGame/MortalKombatX X]]'' is '''''[[UpToEleven even bloodier than 9]]'''''. The Fatalities are really trying to set new standards of gruesome in this game (no one's had their ''eyeballs forcibly shocked out of their heads'' in ''9'', gory as it was).
was). However unlike Mortal Kombat 9, the characters isn't shown bloodied or bruised during fights as much as before.
* ''VideoGame/StarWarsRepublicCommando'' is fairly bloody and gory for a Star Wars game, but managed to stay T-Rated. Granted the bloods in game are either Geonosian, Trandoshan, or droid oil.



* ''The VideoGame/TheHouseOfTheDeadOverkill'', ironically, was actually ''toned down'' to realistic levels compared to the first three games and ''Zombie Revenge'' (and those typing games). You could blast chunks off of bodies or blow holes clean through torsos in earlier games; in Overkill, all you can do is explode heads, sever arms or legs, or get a semi-gib in which the head and all limbs are removed -- and that requires either the SlowMotion powerup or a hit to the head with a powerful gun (like max-damage automatic shotgun). However, there is the [[NauseaFuel/VideoGames slaughterhouse level]] in the UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 remake, in which most of the zombies are nothing but muscle and organs (undoubtedly one of the most disgusting sights ever seen in a video game). ''House of the Dead 4'' simply has the zombies dissolve into pixie dust, supposedly due to hardware limitations.

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* ''The VideoGame/TheHouseOfTheDeadOverkill'', ironically, was actually ''toned down'' to realistic levels compared to the first three games and ''Zombie Revenge'' (and those typing games). You could blast chunks off of bodies or blow holes clean through torsos in earlier games; in Overkill, all you can do is explode heads, sever arms or legs, or get a semi-gib in which the head and all limbs are removed -- and that requires either the SlowMotion powerup or a hit to the head with a powerful gun (like max-damage automatic shotgun). However, there is the [[NauseaFuel/VideoGames slaughterhouse level]] in the UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 remake, in which most of the zombies are nothing but muscle and organs (undoubtedly one of the most disgusting sights ever seen in a video game).
** The House of The Dead series in general inverts this starting from
''House of the Dead 4'' where it simply has the zombies burst into flames or dissolve into pixie dust, supposedly due to hardware limitations.dust.



** And there's ''VideoGame/TalesOfBerseria'' who shows a lot of blood, wounds and bloodied gash where people were slashed and impaled and even had a scene early where Velvet kills a Daemon with blodd splttering on her face. However, compared to ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyType0'' above (who manage to get a M rating just for blood only compared to the mostly T-rated franchise) the game still has a T rating in spite of all that.

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** And there's ''VideoGame/TalesOfBerseria'' who shows a lot of blood, wounds and bloodied gash where people were slashed and impaled and even had a scene early where Velvet kills a Daemon with blodd blood splttering on her face. However, compared to ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyType0'' above (who manage to get a M rating just for blood only compared to the mostly T-rated franchise) the game still has a T rating in spite of all that.
21st Nov '17 12:15:53 PM DrZulu2010
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** And there's ''VideoGame/TalesOfBerseria'' who shows a lot of blood, wounds and bloodied gash where people were slashed and impaled and even had a scene early where Velvet kills a Daemon with blodd splttering on her face. However, compared to ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyType0'' above (who manage to get a M rating just for blood only compared to the mostly T-rated franchise) the game still has a T rating in spite of all that.
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