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WARNING! Graphic imagery follows! Sick Bastich, Inc., shall not be responsible for any damages due to the violent expulsion of stomach contents from viewing the scene below. Proceed with caution!
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Harvester (1996) has so much gore in it that I could have posted a shot for every day of Goregasm from this game alone. It’s a satirical horror adventure set in a sort of Leave It to Beaver meets Twin Peaks kind of town and is filled with just about every taboo thing you could think of putting in a game.

As Wikipedia puts it: Harvester contains various scenes of violence and gore; implied sexual intercourse, masturbation and S&M; murder; suicide; child abuse; profanity; cannibalism; prostitution; pedophilia; molestation, arson, theft, serial killing; geronticide, vandalism, sexually transmitted diseases; and stereotypes of homosexuals, Native Americans, Italians, and others.

The best part of this game is that it was designed to mock the very people who were outraged by it and they were too clueless to even realize they were the butt of the joke.

     
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Bastich - 07 October 2013 01:23 AM

Harvester... is filled with just about every taboo thing you could think of putting in a game.

Harvester contains various scenes of violence and gore; implied sexual intercourse, masturbation and S&M; murder; suicide; child abuse; profanity; cannibalism; prostitution; pedophilia; molestation, arson, theft, serial killing; geronticide, vandalism, sexually transmitted diseases; and stereotypes of homosexuals, Native Americans, Italians, and others.

I kinda expected all of this (judging by the screenshots), but never got to play Harvester.
Now I know what I’ll be doing in a four weeks time (if I somehow manage to survive the trials & torture(s) of MMFT).

     

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Yeah, I was waiting for this one to be posted.

     
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Trying to decipher what’s going on in the picture. Looks like some teeth, an eye but also some intestine, can’t really figure it out.

Edit: I like that everything is italic before me. Even the member names Smile

     
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wilco - 07 October 2013 04:21 AM

Trying to decipher what’s going on in the picture. Looks like some teeth, an eye but also some intestine, can’t really figure it out.

I reckon it’s the aftermath of this:


Poor actor, they had to split his noggin in half.
Then again he might have been a terrible actor so he had it coming.

     

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I could never play this game even though I’d bought it as the system specification/validation was a bit pants. A short while before purchasing I’d upgraded the RAM in my PC from 8MB to 128MB (Cost me £200!). On trying to install Harvester it told me that I had to have either 16 or 32MB (can’t remember now) due to the cutting edge nature of the game and refused to install. Stupid creators didn’t stop to think that people might have far more RAM than the game actually needed and I wasn’t prepared to downgrade my PC just to play the game.

     

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zobraks - 07 October 2013 06:33 AM

Poor actor, they had to split his noggin in half.
Then again he might have been a terrible actor so he had it coming.

It seems so! Neutral That’s a mighty axe…

The videos playthrough of this game are really something. A digital release would be welcome… Hear me Gog!

     
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I’m really liking these Halloween-themed AGSDs, though I’m a bit disappointed that I haven’t been so much as nauseated by any of them so far.

My black, corrupted heart thirsts for the blood of the innocent!!!  Naughty

     

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wilco - 07 October 2013 04:21 AM

Edit: I like that everything is italic before me. Even the member names Smile

Dangerous thing to say when mods are lurking… Wink Grin

     

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