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Congrats to our three lucky winners of a Death Trash Game Key! We asked for the grossest things you've played in video games, and as a group we picked the ones that gave many of us the utmost yucks, but for different reasons. In no particular order, and spoilered for spoilers as well as grossness, here's out winners! You folks will receive an email or DM shortly with your key details.
@barn_dweller on Twitter - The One Reborn in Bloodborne.
Moves like a disgusting insect made of cursed and rotting bodies? ew.
Jonman via Email:
the most visceral grotesque experience in a game, the one that made me squirm and look away, was playing as Lee in Telltale's The Walking Dead, and having to CUT MY OWN ARM OFF. I'd really bonded with the character by that point, and having to QTE my own arm off was almost too much. Also, props to the audio team at Telltale. Horrible, horrible props.
I could not finish watching this video - A
From @TropicVulture on Twitter
In middle school my science teacher made us do virtual surgeries to understand human anatomy better?? and nothing was grosser than slicing my way through knees and layers of skin and fat in those sims... especially when they made noise.
Disturbing because it's realistic and also subjected to children. The cuts were virtual but the scars were real, and forever.