15 Vehicular Combat Games with Brutal Pedestrian Slaughters

15 Vehicular Combat Games with Brutal Pedestrian Slaughters

August 11, 2022 0 By retrogamingdev

15 Vehicular Combat Games with Brutal Pedestrian Slaughters
You probably know Carmageddon, one of the wildest games ever made and also one of the pinnacles of the car combat genre. A video game known by people even if they never played it, thanks to its scandalous reputation. However, this game is far from solely being the “nasty racing game where you have to crush pedestrians” that many media and politicians wanted to ban.

Stainless Games launched in 1997 the first installment of one of the best known franchises of the 90s and early 2000s under a peculiar proposal in which we had to drive our car, with some inspiration in movies like ‘Mad Max’ or ‘Death Race 2000’, through urban environments with the maximum that entails, running over everything that gets in our way, and yes, that included innocent pedestrians.

The impact of the title was such that it was censored in many countries and had a version for PlayStation in which humans and their blood were properly replaced by zombies, and yet the controversy has accompanied the franchise since its birth throughout the more than 6 projects under the same approach.

As Max Damage and his powerful car, or as Die Anna and her fast vehicle, we had to crown the various races either by accumulating checkpoints, either by destroying pedestrians or by killing the cars of the other competitors, these being premises that have been maintained throughout the franchise with the corresponding improvements to each installment.

Beyond the obvious controversies, Carmageddon is the most popular game in making fun of pedestrian traffic accidents, but there are many more games of this style that influenced Carmageddon, as well as later games influenced by the success of the title from Stainless Games. Let’s have a bloody race and get to know them!

In this video you will find:

• Information related to each game such as release date, developer company, game genre and system it was released on
• Official game box arts with a 3D presentation
• Info regarding average gameplay of every game
• Educative and/or critical comments on the importance of the video game and why you should play it

Intro and Outro Music

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0:00 Intro
0:21 1990 Death Race (Nintendo NES)
0:44 1994 Quarantine (PC DOS)
1:09 1996 Death Rally (PC DOS)
1:34 1996 Twisted Metal 2: World Tour (Playstation)
1:59 1997 Carmageddon (PC DOS)
2:24 1998 Carmageddon 2: Carpocalypse Now (PC Windows)
2:49 1999 Redline (PC Windows)
3:16 2000 Carmageddon TDR 2000 (PC Windows)
3:41 2003 RoadKill (Playstation 2)
4:06 2006 Zombie Virus (Playstation 2)
4:31 2009 Zombie Driver (PC Windows)
4:56 2009 Clutch (PC Windows)
5:21 2011 Renegade Ops (PC Windows)
5:46 2016 Carmageddon Max Damage (PC Windows)
6:11 2020 Bloody Rally Show (PC Windows)
6:36 Outro

⚠️ All gameplay recording, game curation and opinions included in this video, as well as editing is completely done by me

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