Video games drop the F-bomb a lot these days. Not so long ago one game used it 5,688 times. It wasn't always that way, though.
Shocking as this might be to hear: people swear a lot on the internet. I mean, a lot.
One of the things I've noticed about living in Japan is that the country's non-native speakers are fuck all at using the fucking f-word.
Nintendo's clumsy method for connecting Wii and Nintendo DS players to others online, the dreaded Friend Code system, may be returning for the Nintendo 3DS if a report from magazine Famitsu is accurate.
House Of The Dead: Overkill previously held the Guinness-certified World Record for most uses of the F-word in a video game, with 189. Mafia II has whacked that target. Rooster Teeth's Achievement Hunter compiled all 200. Language very NSFW.
Achievement Hunter: World Record F-Bombs [Rooster Teeth]
You thought Xbox Live was bad? "ChoZo" would like an F-word with you. Here's 10 minutes of hilarious rage that makes the Mel Gibson phone calls sound like Bob Ross on The Joy of Painting. Warning: Very strong, loud language.