<h2>1. Blood and Guts with a Severed Head on Top. </h2><br> Within the first few seconds of booting up X-Men Origins: Wolverine, you'll know how relentlessly gruesome this bloodbath of a video game is. In the game's opening, Wolvie uses his triple-bladed Ginsus to butcher several soldiers, stabbing one through his skull and going Jack the Ripper-stab crazy on the bellies of two others. Wolverine then gets a shotgun blast to his torso, and the camera gives us an up close look at the gaping hole in him, which begins to fill up with flesh and muscle. <br> Mind you, this is all within the first couple of minutes of the game. You can also behead enemies, hack off their arms and legs, use your claws as a human-eating blender, and even ram your claws into their chests, slicing downward and splitting them open like a fish. <br> If you couldn't tell, Wolverine is a Mature-rated game while hardly a drop of blood is shown in the film, which has a PG-13 rating.