Ethnic Cleansing is a 2002 First-Person Shooter developed and published by Resistance Records, a record label owned by the white supremacist/neo-Nazi group National Alliance. Without even seeing it, one can probably make an educated guess as to its content just from that description, and not be that far off.
In this game, you play as a Nazi skinhead or a Klansman who goes on a rampage through the ghetto and the subway, murdering black Gang Bangers (who make monkey and ape noises), Latinos (who are dressed like banditos and say "I need to take a siesta" when shot), and Jews (who are dressed like Hasidim incarnate and shout "oy vey!" when shot). Boss battles include fights against the "Big Nig" (yes, he's actually called that) and Ariel Sharon, who leads a plot for Jewish world domination.
Yeah. It's that kind of game. It indulges in over-the-top racial stereotypes as a means of spreading the message of its developers... which is really the only thing noteworthy about it, as much of its gameplay content is rather rough around the edges, to say the least. It can be seen in action here, warts and all.
In 2003, Resistance Records released a Spiritual Successor called White Law, in which one plays as a white cop who goes postal after multiculturalism turns his city into a Gangsterland. They followed this up with ZOG's Nightmare 1 and 2 note , in which you "take America back" from Jewish domination.
- Author Tract: Whites good, non-whites and Jews evil, Heil Hitler.
- A Winner Is You: Defeating Ariel Sharon causes him to utter a five-second line about how you have destroyed "thousands of years of work." Then you enter a room in which you can choose to restart the game or go back to the main menu.
- Big Bad: Ariel Sharon is the closest thing the game has to one.
- Blatant Lies: The stock audio of apes in the first game is advertised as having been "recorded live using real negroes."
- Dewey Defeats Truman: Whatever the Evil Plan of the first game was, it was set to be executed in 2010.
- Easter Egg: A speech by National Alliance founder William Luther Pierce is hidden in the first level.
- Equal-Opportunity Evil: This being a white supremacist game, being equal opportunity is what makes them evil in the first place; a poster seen in the second level reads "Diversity — it's good for Jews!". The developers then made White Law, which is an Author Tract railing against multiculturalism and race-mixing.
- Evil Plan: Ariel Sharon has one. It involves diversity.
- Excuse Plot: Due to the ambiguity of the only major plot element, it pretty much comes off as one.
- Game-Breaking Bug: So many of them.
- The most notorious one: in the first game, the second level pretty much works or doesn't work at the game's mercy.
- ZOG's Nightmare has one that prevents you from changing your weapon. Your first gun has tens of thousands of bullets, so it's no big deal, but if you were holding another weapon, run out of ammo, and have picked up every single ammo box in the level, you're in trouble since you need to kill all enemies to progress past the second level.
- Gang Bangers: Fought in the first level of Ethnic Cleansing.
- Gangsterland: Kapitol City in White Law.
- Greedy Jew: This game is made by white power advocates, so it's no surprise that Jews are portrayed as malevolent manipulators with goals of world domination.
- Humiliation Conga: Allegedly, the plans wrecked by Sharon's death date back at least two millennia.
- Loads and Loads of Loading: In ZOG's Nightmare.
- The Moral Substitute: Rather odiously inverted.
- Noodle Implements: Diversity is frequently used as a tool of evil through means the game never explains.
- Noodle Incident: Ariel Sharon's plan, the game's main plot point. All they ever tell us is that it involves diversity and took thousands of years to set up.
- N-Word Privileges: Flagrantly averted.
- Obvious Beta: All the games are loaded with crippling bugs, AI issues, and graphical errors, to the point where they have been compared unfavourably to Daikatana. The video link above allows you to see many of them first-hand.
- Officer O'Hara: Michael Riley, the protagonist of White Law.
- Sensory Abuse: The fourth level of ZOG's Nightmare consists entirely of white Stars of David on a black background. The walls, floors, ceilings, and enemies are all covered with the same texture, making it painful to look at.
- Would Be Rude to Say "Genocide": Type A
- Xtreme Kool Letterz: The setting of White Law is called "Kapitol City".
- You Keep Using That Word: "Diversity." All the player is given is that it's somehow bad, and even that comes only courtesy of an Ad Hominem attack.