2. Carmageddon

Country that banned it: UK

Although running virtual people over for points is now something of a mythical cliché in modern games, it was very much a part of Carmageddon. You could even complete each level by simply crushing each and every inhabitant against your spiked bumper. The BBFC took exception to this, leading to the game being released with the blood replaced either with green ooze (to signify they were zombies, not real people) or oil (to represent robots).

 

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