In light of what’s been going on in recent history, people have expressed a need for committing violent acts against Nazis and Nazi sympathizers. In a sense, we can’t blame you. However, there are other ways you can get your jollies off without risking a felony conviction. There are plenty of video games available that will allow you to live out your wildest dreams of delivering justice to Nazi scum in the comfort of your own home. Still, we must explicitly caution you, do NOT go out and physically engage someone because you THINK that person is a Nazi. Those actions will have serious consequences, so just stay put and check out our list of fascist-smashing video games.
Call of Duty II, III and World at War.
These early games really put the Call of Duty brand on the board, as they offered a visceral look at the World War II experience. While Call of Duty 2 served as a system seller for the Xbox 360 at its launch, World at War was the last CoD WWII game we would see for nearly a decade. The best part, is that if you have an Xbox One, these games are backwards compatible.
Company of Heroes I and II
If you want to kill Nazis on a larger scale and have a capable PC, then this is the game for you. Once you get past the main campaign, there’s plenty of DLC to be played as well as plenty of of maps you can download. On top of that, since it’s a PC game, there are a ton of mods to try. Nothing quite says ‘death from above’ like an artillery strike on an entrenched Nazi position.
Sniper Elite III
Released earlier this year, this is a game that lets you get visceral with the enemy from a distance. Being the opposite of the FPS games currently on the market, this game requires patience and stealth. Once you have acquired your target, the payoff results in a gory visceral scene of blood and guts as the AI Nazi gets what’s coming to them from distance.
Wolfenstein The New Order
This game received multiple award nominations back in 2014 and in some ways a throw back to older FPS games in the frantic action found. This game is set in an alternate reality where the main protagonist wakes up in 1960s and examines many concerning topics such as cybernetics, robotics, ethnic cleansing and more. This game is a lead up to this year’s sequel Wolfenstein: The New Colossus.
These are just a few of many video games that will let you take your frustrations out on Nazis without having to deal with the legal system. These are also good to play while you await the newest Call of Duty:WWII game coming this fall.