Strange video games have existed since the dawn of gaming, but as they evolved from crude, pixelated graphics to slick realism, the Japanese have perfected the art of of the bizarre.Crude jokes, sexual humor, murder and mayhem – these are the elements used by Japanese designers to create some of the wildest video games ever made.
The title is a play on the word “hateful”, and on the name of the game's creator, Hato Moa. Pigeo Nation's Institute, a posh school for pigeons, you flirt with fair feathered friends, interact with fellow classmates and solve a mystery all while being pursued by tiny bird brained male pigeons who want to be your boyfriend.The first game has been fully translated into English and was released on PC in 2012.The Japanese language sequel, Hatoful Boyfriend Holiday Star was released in 2013.(Source | Photo) Here's a game for players who don't feel like video games suck enough- Mister Mosquito.In the shoes of a tiny bloodsucking insect (yes, it wears shoes), players terrorize a suburban family in search of human blood for the long, cold winter ahead.Your mosquito flies around a family's house draining their blood while trying to remain out of sight, so as not to be swatted out of the air.
The game came out on the PS2 in 2002, but die-hard fans still insist that the original Japanese version is better than the badly translated English version.
(Source | Photo) Do you have what it takes to become a God of Muscle?
Muscle March is a game full of homoerotic overtones, machismo and a bunch of really buff, well oiled men – yet it still received an E-10 rating when it was released for the Wii console in 2009.
In Muscle March, you're a bodybuilder chasing after a thief who has stolen a bottle of the precious protein you've been transporting across the globe.
You give chase through a variety of locations – from city streets to a space station – while overcoming obstacles like a real muscle hero.
(Source | Photo) Seaman is a strange little game which came out for the Sega Dreamcast in 1998.