Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker
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One of the characters, Paz, is implied to have been sexually assaulted when she was imprisoned at a facility.

In an unlockable and optional mission, Snake (or another character) can go on a date with Paz, and the mission's completion implies that they were making out.

The same mission, should the character succeed in getting an S rank, will also have Paz in her undergarments.

Similarily, an optional mission involving dating Kaz (a male) can be unlocked, with a similar ending and similar unlockables.

A character is implied to be bisexual.

Kazuhira Miller is implied to be the byproduct of prostitution after the events of World War II.

At one point, the main antagonist Coldman shoved a man in a wheelchair down the stairs.

A man punches another man.

A man is shocked by a stun rod, and it is implied that he received a dose of at most 1.5 million volts.

In a dream flashback, a woman and a man are fighting in the middle of a flowery battlefield

A man is shot in the chest twice by a Soviet KGB agent

A woman uses laughing rods, implied to be lightning rods, when torturing a man

1 Bullshit, several hells, damns, bitches (including son of a bitch), bastards, at least one use of the lord's name in vain, asses, and at least one use of "frickin'" (IE, "Time to mince some frickin' meat!"). One use of piss.

The main character, Snake, often smokes Cigars.

Several other characters are also implied to smoke, including one character who was underage.

A woman, Strangelove, has Snake use a substance called Snuff (implied to be dried Tobacco leaves ground up) as a substitute to Cigars when entering the AI facility

Some of the characters in the game, Amanda's Sandinista National Liberation Front unit, were implied to have trafficked and purified drugs under the guise of a Banana Factory in order to gain the funds needed for their weapons, troops, and food.

Paz, when revealing her true self, spits out snuff tobacco.

In one of the briefing tapes, one of the characters, Cecile, is implied to be drunk from wine.

In the beginning of the game, Snake sneaks into the storage facility, and while sneaking, he sees a bloodied corpse of a person, implied to have been beaten to death by the Peace Sentinels to extract intel about his troops. This scene might disturb some viewers.

The scene where Coldman explains that Peace Walker is completed and his first target may be a bit disturbing to some viewers

The final moments of Chapter 4 (the ending of the Head to the Control Tower mission to the end of the second Peace Walker battle) is very intense, as a KGB Agent betrays Coldman to launch a nuke at Cuba, and intended to kill Snake. Also, Coldman, in his dying breaths, had activated Peace Walker which was not only programmed to launch a nuke at Cuba due to false trajectory data, but also transmitted the same False Data to NORAD, which nearly caused an all out nuclear war.

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