10 XBOX Games Too Disturbing For USA


XBox is known for releasing amazing games on all of their consoles, but sometimes their games are just too disturbing for American gamers.

This is The Gamer's list of 10 XBox Games Too Disturbing for the USA.


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Microsoft has a plethora of games available for each and every one of their XBox consoles. From the original system to the XBox One X, it makes sense that a company would like to release as many games as possible. More games just means more money. Let's face facts, if a system didn't have a large selection of games, players would be very unhappy. While most of the XBox games in their library are AAA titles, they do occasionally have a strange game every now and then, but nothing too disturbing overall.

While Playstation and Nintendo have the distinction of being Japan based companies, Xbox does not. There's nothing wrong with that, but it does mean that if there are regionally exclusive games, they will probably be exclusive to North America. XBox relies on American culture as their prime target audience so it's perfectly understandable that they would tailor make products for their main fanbase. A few games were limited to release solely in Japan and they are definitely strange!

However, the now defunct XBox Live Indie Store was filled with disturbing games. From games about not farting on a date to a game about stacking muscle men into a tower, there were plenty of strange options for every gamer to explore. Sure, these games were released in America, but they were definitely on the weird side. Come to think of it, maybe they were too disturbing for the U.S.A because, after all, Microsoft did end up shutting down the XBox Live Indie Store section of their XBox Live program.