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Gore

Category Rating

Top 150 best Steam games of all time tagged with Gore, according to gamer reviews.

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
8.81
99% 244,205 votes
8.79
98% 855,251 votes
8.60
97% 126,677 votes
8.59
97% 99,977 votes
8.57
97% 56,361 votes
8.54
97% 47,405 votes
8.53
95% 189,408 votes
8.47
97% 17,600 votes
8.45
96% 47,040 votes
8.43
95% 65,717 votes
8.42
96% 26,317 votes
8.41
97% 13,334 votes
8.39
98% 4,151 votes
8.39
95% 32,336 votes
8.35
97% 4,925 votes
8.32
94% 63,468 votes
8.28
95% 8,526 votes
8.27
96% 5,112 votes
8.27
95% 8,118 votes
8.25
96% 5,332 votes
8.22
97% 2,151 votes
8.22
94% 14,687 votes
8.21
100% 548 votes
8.20
91% 188,901 votes
8.19
97% 1,714 votes
8.19
98% 983 votes
8.19
94% 7,983 votes
8.17
95% 3,823 votes
8.17
96% 2,611 votes
8.16
94% 7,157 votes
8.15
92% 25,583 votes
8.14
94% 6,765 votes
8.14
94% 7,919 votes
8.13
92% 38,388 votes
8.13
94% 6,547 votes
8.12
91% 54,899 votes
8.11
94% 3,108 votes
8.11
95% 1,998 votes
8.09
94% 3,585 votes
8.08
94% 3,356 votes
8.07
92% 18,820 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Gore is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Gore, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Action 73%
  2. Violent 69%
  3. Indie 68%
  4. Singleplayer 54%
  5. Adventure 53%
  6. Horror 38%
  7. First-Person 28%
  8. Shooter 27%
  9. Atmospheric 24%
  10. FPS 20%
  11. Casual 19%
  12. Story Rich 18%
  13. RPG 17%
  14. Survival Horror 17%
  15. 3D 17%
  16. Dark 16%
  17. Psychological Horror 16%
  18. 2D 16%
  19. Survival 15%
  20. Multiplayer 15%

The Gore tag is used to describe a specific element in video games that involves explicit and graphic violence, bloodshed, and dismemberment.

When a game is tagged with "Gore," it indicates that the game contains intense and realistic depictions of violence, often resulting in bloody or gory scenes. This can include depictions of wounds, mutilation, organs, or other graphic anatomical details.

Gore in video games can serve various purposes:

  • Realism or Immersion In certain genres like horror or action games, the inclusion of realistic gore can enhance the immersion and impact of gameplay by evoking a visceral reaction from players. It creates a sense of danger and urgency within the game world.
  • Aesthetic or Shock Value In some cases, developers might include elements of gore for shock value, pushing boundaries to create memorable moments. This can contribute to the atmosphere, tone, or overall style that the game aims to achieve.

It's important to note that not all violent video games are necessarily tagged with "Gore." The presence of this tag usually suggests an elevated level of explicit content compared to standard violence found in other genres.

Some examples of games often associated with the "Gore" tag include:

  • Mortal Kombat series Known for its brutal finishing moves called "Fatalities" which showcase extreme gore such as decapitations and limb dismemberment during fights.
  • Doom Eternal An intense first-person shooter where players encounter demons from Hell using an array of weapons, resulting in bloody and gory combat scenes.
  • Resident Evil series A survival horror franchise where players face off against hordes of zombies and other grotesque creatures, often involving graphic violence and dismemberment.

The "Gore" tag is useful for players who enjoy intense, gritty experiences or those who want to be fully aware of the explicit content in a game before playing. It helps provide a clear understanding of the level of violence present so players can make informed choices based on their preferences.

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