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Xbox Games You Should Never Play Around Your Parents
DOAX Series
“Dead or Alive: Xtreme Beach Volleyball” was the sports game follow-up to “Dead or Alive 3” and featured the series’ female characters participating in a swimsuit-clad volleyball tournament. While the premise seems innocuous, the game focuses on unlockable swimwear, suggestive cut scenes, and outrageous jiggle physics
GTA series
Several of the “Grand Theft Auto” games made their way onto the original Xbox and brought the open-world mayhem of the series to the Microsoft console. Since the franchise’s move to a 3D art style, “GTA” has faced its share of controversy from its depictions of sex, violence, and rampant drug use frequently found throughout the series.
Conker: Live & Reloaded
After Microsoft acquired developer Rare, the studio remastered the Nintendo 64’s “Conker’s Bad Fur Day” for the Xbox, releasing “Conker: Live & Reloaded.” Although the game is tamer than the original due to some censored dialogue, it features the same suggestive humor and violence while including singing piles of poo and graphically bloody gunfights.
“Scarface: The World Is Yours” is an adaptation of the 1983 movie, retelling the film's events and expanding upon the cinematic story of the illicit drug trade in 1980s Miami. The game retains all the mature subject matter of the film, from the depictions of violence and drug use to Tony Montana’s foul-mouthed ranting.
Gears of War series
One of the most defining elements of the Xbox-exclusive “Gears of War” series is the assault rifle with a functional chainsaw attached to its barrel. This weapon sets the tone for the entire franchise as players gruesomely dismember any enemies in their path with it and other equally lethal weapons.