Top 10 ‘Mature Rated Games’ AT NUMBER 2 – SIN

At Number 2 – Sin

Sin

Sin

Sin was one of the first adult themed FPS games, that focused on entertainment for mature audiences. Around this time, many games were suitable for all players and complex story lines, great soundtracks and movie spin offs, were non existent. This made games for mature audiences, a risk for developers, but we’re glad Ritual took the leap and produced this great ’18 cert’ game.

A perfect title for an mature game. Sin deliverd the violent action, sexual themes

A perfect title for a mature game. SIN delivered the violent action, sexual themes and mature language, that had always been rare in FPS games - Copyright Ritual

From the moment you started playing, you knew this was an FPS unlike many others. Getting behind the uber mass of a chain gun, while flying around a building populated by bad guys, brought some ultra violent carnage, but it was one hell of an opening scene. This let you know from the very beginning, that Sin wasn’t here to pass the time, or buy for your younger nephew…it was one bad ass adult themed game and it would go down in gaming history as one of the industries greats, with huge  balls of steel!

The main character was Blade. He was a kick ass cop who didn’t take any shit.  Blades ‘one liners’ in bad situations, as well as conversations between his computer wiz side kick JC, were funny, engaging and well suited to the darker tone that the game set. In fact, the dialog and attitude with the main characters, helped make the game what it was.

Meet Blade...one bad ass funky dude....with a big fucking gun!

Meet Blade...one bad ass funky dude....with a big ass gun! - Copyright Ritual

Any FPS worth it’s weight, needs ammo hungry goodies and Sin offered just that. Blades trusty magnum was his best friend and was a huge handgun that packed a huge punch and sent the bad guys flying, once they’d shed their fair share of blood. Sin was one of the only FPS games, where you actually felt comfortable with the default gun. It looked cool, sounded cool and you just loved how the bad guys danced, once you pulled that trigger of justice.

Blade's Magnum just felt right from the very beginning. Still didn't look as big ass as it did on the game box though

Blade's Magnum just felt right from the very beginning. It still didn't look as 'big ass' as it did on the game box though, but we still fell in love with it - Copyright Ritual

Of course...bad ass Blade didn't just rely on his guns...his fists were bad ass themselves

Blade didn't just rely on his guns...his fists were bad ass themselves - Copyright Ritual

Every game with bad guys, needs a leader…but here is where Sin earned it’s name even more. John Blade’s target throughout the game, is a sexy villain by the name of Elexis Sinclaire. This babe looks like she’s just taken a break from a porn shoot and has all the curves in all the right places.

Sin's Elexis Sinclaire. She loves latex and is just about to pull a 'Basic Insticnt' flash at Blade - Copyright Ritual

Sin's Elexis Sinclaire. She loves latex and is just about to pull a 'Basic Insticnt' flash at Blade - Copyright Ritual

KAPOOOW...have that Blade. If you've never wanted to get retor with Sin, we bet you will now - Copyright Ritual

KAAAPOOOW...have that Blade. If you've never wanted to get retro with Sin... we bet you do now - Copyright Ritual

Ritual go all out with camera angles, on those curves of hers. Elexis is one hot vilian who should never be locked up! - Copyright Ritual

Ritual go all out with camera angles on those curves of hers. Elexis is one hot villain who should never be locked up! - Copyright Ritual

MAKE IT SEXIER

Sin was one of a few that introduced adult themed games to the industry and proved that they were in demand. Sin wasn’t exactly ground breaking in terms of design and gameplay, but it did have much more interactive environments than most. Unfortunately, Sin was released alongside Half-Life (yeah…it never stood a chance), so the game never really got the attention it deserved, but we still love how faithful it was to the mature player…it really was a unique FPS in it’s own right.

Sin has one bad ass and sexy babe…Elexis. She loves her latex and we loved to see her parade around in it. We all know how demanding FPS fans are today, so a new Sin would require a much better plot, gorgeous and generous level designs, finished with realistic and unique interactive ideas.

If you took this and mixed it with sexual themes that pushed the boundaries of shelf release, then you would be on to something that would make every Sin fan smile. We loved Elexis’ naughty attitude, but we want more from this hot villain…we want to she her in more raunchy outfits and perhaps with an army of latex loving babes?

We know there was an attempt to bring Sin back….but it simply never offered what made the original Sin so unique. Why couldn’t we hear more of Blade and his bad ass attitude? We also didn’t hear or see enough of J.C, which put a huge halt to their memorable conversations.

If you take these mistakes and top it with there being dulled down raunchiness (unless you put a mod on the episode), then you suddenly realize that you weren’t even playing Sin…just some form of spin off.

We don’t want Ritual to give up on Sin…it’s an historic gaming creation and we want more! Please take into consideration what made the first Sin and build on it. Stay away from episodic installments and just make a better sequel…or…if it suits…re-make Sin. A modern engine with modern physics, would do the game wonders and to see Elexis in latex…in HD would be pretty sweet. Add to the adult theme though, with a choice of costumes and outfits on completion for her, as well as much more sexy encounters with the bad ass dude himself.

A good re-make would easily create interest and boost hype for sequels. A multi-platform release of this re-make, would benefit the studio too, so we could all enjoy the sinful delights, once again.

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