The description of the corpse in the shower room in 999.
So desperate had they been in their race to the DEAD that no one had noticed the horrible smell that pervaded the room. It was a terrible, nauseating stench, like burnt and rotten meat.
Adrenaline had drowned it out, but now it rolled over Junpei in waves, forcing itself into his nose with every breath he took.
He felt his stomach clench, and bile rise up in his throat.
Junpei's breath stopped in his throat.
His heart ceased to beat.
His mind scrambled to make sense of what he saw before him.
What was left of the body sat in a sea of blood. Chunks of flesh, torn from the body, sat in the blood like tiny islands in a great, red sea.
A vast, ragged hole had been torn in the torso, and what remained of his intestines spilled out of it like fresh spaghetti. Smaller chunks of meat had splattered against the wall, and become stuck there as they dried. Globules of yellowish fat had left trails like tiny slugs as gravity pulled them down the wall, even as they dried to it.
It looked as though the explosion had been quite powerful. His legs were both bent in an odd, unnatural way, and his left arm had split open, exposing the painfully white bone of his ulna.
His bracelet lay next to him. It seemed to have hit the wall hard enough to have shattered the display, which lay on the ground in pieces.
Half of his head had simply collapsed. The blood coating almost made it look like raw pizza dough covered in tomato sauce.
Everything in Sonic Lost World. The ESRB has the highlights:
During gameplay, characters sometimes use aggressive language (e.g., “You're going home in a box,” "I'm going to skin you alive," and "I long for death's cold embrace."). Cutscenes also depict laser fire and explosions, as well as dialogue that references violence (e.g., “I'll get fat from eating your black hearts,” “One second you're contemplating genocide,” and “As long as I can still strangle a Zeti, my hands are fine.”).
Well, there's that bit in Duke Nukem Forever where Duke comes across the twins, who were captured by aliens earlier in the game and had since been put in the alien...sex...breeding chamber...thing? I don't want to dwell on that part. Anyway, Duke is right there in a position to help them out of their predicament, but instead, he says, and I quote.
At which point the twins literally explode mix sex assault.
Classy guy, that Duke Nukem. I going to go take a shower to wash the sleeze of that memory off.