Then you misunderstood and need to read again. The game isn't so 'uncivilized' as it is just 'expected' or has no actual ...well.. anything other than the feel of an amusement park ride.
What all lives there? What are the denizens of this place like? How many types are there? What can be said of the diet and behaviors of each? How does such a place run and create it's own ecosystem to be seem as more than just something that 'exists'? It's basically still mainly leaving things to "understanding" what it is by saying it's 'Hell' and then just tossing out shocking imagery for reactions.
Make it an actual fucking place instead of just tossing shocking things in just because it's stuff you can imagine is terrible enough for a place with such a title.
I understand no specific hatred towards humans and there's no reason for it if Hell is just supposedly a place we go if we're terrible people in life. Those people may sometimes become so twisted they become those monsters.
You've been trying to defend this game with some hard brown nosing in this thread, I've noticed. I'm not interested in arguing with someone that just wants to keep trying to get people to give up because they don't agree with or not interested in the ideas the game shows. Nothing has been said about not allowing it to be sold or anything either.
Calm your ass and sit in the corner for a while. Damn.
Brownosing? I just pointing out how it's just ridiculous how we set our human concept on a world that supposed to be very different from ours. Hell is not a human community or an environment. It doesn't have the same evolution of biology, physics and culture like us. This game show hell on its purest form and not just another Dante Alighieri regurgiration or worse, just another world AU where people are "evil but nice" It's like for them, the concept of concentrated evil is too hard to deal with.
There's also similar problem with sci-fi franchises where many aliens are depicted with similar human biology (two walking limbs, two manipulating limbs, similar reproductive system and similar feeding system) and even similar or worse, over simplified culture (Klingons are all rage filled species, Vulcans are all logic based species, etc etc) and refuse to accept that there might be aliens that completely different than us.
First mistake is to assume the Klingons are extra-terrestrials, not Russians. I hardly see this as a problem, and it's seldom that anyone goes as far as Origin did to explain why the angry kitties are trying to take over the universe. Even then, let's be clear, they made 'em bad guys first and came up with the whole "we conqure others so we don't conqure each other being territorial kittens" thing later.
I mean, thse games are intended to entertain, not to be a documentary or some sort of attempt at an accurate supposition about the philosophy of denziens of Hell when none of us were there (and most people, i imagine, don't believe the place really exists). Oh no, my cat girls don't go crazy for catnip! I better return them to Elon.
Honestly, i played a bit of the demo, watch some trailers, and I concluded that if God of War were mario, then this is Sonic the Hedgehog. It's more or less the same thing, just trying to be cooler. And what could be edgier today than a badass sex demon? The sad thing is, i've come to see the succubus games on DLsite as wholesome, and some are intentionally presented so. Of course, once again, the question is what the point is, but, at the end of the day, i feel like this'll turn into a disappointment just like Sonic did. No one says Sonic is cool, anymore, and while he wasn't trying to go full edgelord, he didn't have today's politics getting in the way. Let's be clear, something's going to happen to this.
I hope the makers still insert some message along the lines of "Kids, hell is a really bad place, try your best not to end up here!".
Why? Not everyone is into make-up beliefs/mass brainwashing/religion.
Funny, you sure could've fooled me with all the utopian theories going around like communism. So we've moved heaven from the afterlife to "the real world," and suddenly we're enlightened. We just moved the goalpost, but it turns out we don't separate religion from humanity.
But to answer the question, although i think it really isn't necessary, most people subscribe to some religion, even if they think they're atheists and can't see when they worship the state, the almighty dollar, or some obscure ideology. I love how people think that somehow we've become too sophisticated for a religion where a carpenter allows himself to die while telling others to not have in-group preference. Yes, in 2021 where we're still complaining about racism, we're above some expansion of a religion that took one of the most racist peoples in the world and tried to teach them that there's something more important. Meanwhile, let's blame specific peoples (like that same originally incredibly racist group of people, and a majority group of people) for all the world's problems, and also claim this is how we beat racism. Oh yeah, we're definitely evolving.
That I agree with. Actually I found The Exorcist to be absolutely hilarious, I felt like I was watching something like Evil Dead 2. Now Omen I could take semi-seriously because I think it builds a certain omnious mood better, without having to rely on taking the "religious" part seriously, and there's personal drama for the main character that I could get somewhat invested in, but it still wasn't scary for me at all. There was also that Anthony Hopkins exorcism movie The Rite about a decade ago - utterly laughable. I stil lcan't believe it was even meant as as serious flick.
I have a theory that people who are raised Christian (or at least religious) have much more strong reactions to Exorcist (1973), because it feels like a real demonic possession. A lot of the people who saw the people originally were of course Christian Americans who reacted very strongly to it, theres accounts of people walking out of the cinema completely terrified.
It was based on a "true story." Mind you, i was also raised Christian, and still am. Of course, now, to get to the movie, it was based on a book that changed alot of details from the original account. And, as you can imagine, the original story isn't something you can easily just pick up and look at. But, hey, we're talking about a bunch of people whom grew up rather sheltered, and here comes some little girl running head first down a set of stairs on all 4s, but upside down, too! Did you know the original Day the Earth Stood Still as well as The War of the Worlds was traumatizing, too? Yes, people who didn't believe in aliens were suddenly committing suicide and freaking out over potential invasions. No, this is what censorship does to you, because eventually you'll see something that shocks you to the core 'cause you weren't exposed to reality before. I foresee similar responses to this game ,based on the demo that i played.