Top 10 Video Games That Have Hitler In It
Hey guys! Welcome to top 10 gaming. I’m your host Kelly Paoli, and today, we’re talking about Hitler.
But hey, everyday is a new surprise, isn’t it? Anyway, we’re counting down the top 10 video games with Hitler in them. This includes cameos, as an antagonist, and even boss battles. Yes, you get to kill Hitler in some of these. So with that all in mind, let’s get to it.
10 Persona 2 Innocent Sin One of the handful of games in which not only does Hitler make an appearance, but you can also kill him, Persona 2 Innocent Sin incorporates the evil fascist as one of it’s boss battles. While Hitler was sort of removed in the American version of the game, it was still pretty damn obvious who the character was referencing – he went by the name Fuhrer, and wore sunglasses. Yep, totally not the same guy. 9 Beyond Castle Wolfenstein The games objective is to infiltrate Hitler’s bunker and kill him and his senior staff with a bomb.
Not unlike the July 20 plot in 1944 in which conspirators infiltrated his wolf’s lair field headquarters with the goal of assenting him. Otherwise known as Operation Valkyrie. Released in 1984 for the Apple 2 and the Commodore 64, the game received mediocre reviews. 8 Secret Hitler Set in pre world war 2 times, Secret Hitler is a social deduction game for 5 to 10 players, with the goal being to find and stop the player who is labelled Secret Hitler.
You’re secretly divided into two teams -the liberals or the fascists. If the liberals work together, they can amount enough votes to control the elections and save the day. But if not, the fascists advance their agenda and win the game.
7 Total Carnage Total Carnage was the follow up to Smash Tv – a game that essentially predicted reality television back in the 90s. At the end of Total Carnage, the final boss is General Ahkboob, who, for reasons unknown, transforms into Hitler mid way through the battle. A giant Hitler face, that is.
6 Bionic Commando Futuristic nazis, anyone? Well, that’s what you get from Bionic Commando, where you play Ladd Spencer, a man with a grappling hook for a hand. The final boss, who is called Master D, is Hitler. And he gets blown up. Fun fact, the original name for the game roughly translates into The Resurrection of Hitler: Top Secret. The 2009 Bionic Commando abandoned the Adolf aesthetic, despite keeping it German.
And very bionic. 5 Golgo 13: Top Secret Episode More from the future, we’ve got Cyborg Hitler! This was a NES game based on a popular manga released in 1988. The antagonist of the game is a man named Smirk, who is essentially cyborg hitler. Which becomes glaringly obvious when during the final boss fight with him, one of his clones is decapitated and his head comes flying forward, making it real easy to see the resemblance.
4 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade In the point and click game adaptation of the classic film, Indy encounters Adolf, just like in the film. Except in the game, things go down a little differently. You can punch Hitler in the face. While this option will get you killed, and ultimately result in you failing to prevent the Grail falling into the hands of the Third Reich, you’re still punching a nazi. 3 Wolfenstein 3D Another Wolfenstein title on our list, this one amps things up a bit and features Hitler as the final boss of Episode 3.
He shifts from wearing a mechanical battle suit to arming up with two mini guns once you’ve hit him with enough damage. And when you finally kill him, his body melts into a bloody heap. There’s also hitler clones who are running around with flamethrowers that appear before the final battle.
2 Operation Darkness In Operation Darkness you play as a squad of British SAS soldiers fighting the Nazis. Who can turn into zombies. There’s also vampires and werewolves and magic in the mix too. Hitler is the main antagonist in this one, and he’s even got some solid lines in this one.
Despite all of this, the game received some pretty poor reviews, and was generally canned. 1 Sniper Elite V2 Set in WW2, you play a sniper whose objective is to take out various targets throughout the game. And in one particular DLC titled Assassinate the Fuhrer, well, you get to do just that. The best part? You can literally shoot him anywhere, and the animation that follows is accurate based off of where your shot hit.
So, naturally, this happened There we have it! Any games featuring Hitler that we didn’t include on our list? Let us know in the comments below. And perhaps we’ll do another part.
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