Video Game Drinking Games Tagged Articles RSS Feed | GameSkinny.com Video Game Drinking Games RSS Feed on GameSkinny.com https://www.gameskinny.com/ en Launch Media Network 5 of the Most Intense Video Game Drinking Games https://www.gameskinny.com/wgzzq/5-of-the-most-intense-video-game-drinking-games https://www.gameskinny.com/wgzzq/5-of-the-most-intense-video-game-drinking-games Fri, 28 Apr 2017 12:00:01 -0400 GeorgieBoysAXE

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If you made it through these games and are looking for more then congratulations; you have a problem.

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Seriously though, pace yourself out, and give these modifiers a try the next time you decide to host a house party, and if you know of any other ones that aren't listed here, then be sure to list them and their respective rules in the comments below!

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Note: GameSkinny advices you drink in moderation, does not condone underage drinking, and asks you to know your limit, and stop when reached.

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Mario Patron Party

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 What you’ll need to play: A 750ML bottle of Patron Silver Tequilla, and any copy of Mario Party entry from the console lineup of games.

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When the Mario isn’t shifting gears with his mushroom cohorts on the race track, he’s punching dice blocks and moving spaces in a bid get all the power stars that he can. Mario Party is exactly everything that the name promises it to be as every game is chock full of twists and tumbles that’re crazy enough to change tides of war within a single turn. While one half of Nintendo’s trademark party game is chance, and the other is skill, those lines can become quickly blurred (along with your vision) as you pass around some glasses filled with Mexico’s finest until only one of you is left standing.

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Here’s how you’ll Play: During each round on the board, players will need to drink a shot of Patron anytime one of these things occurs.

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  • They Land on a red space
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  • Get passed up by another player on the board during their turn
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  • A rival player earns a star
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That’s not all though, as you may have to suck down two shots of Patron for the following occasions.

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  • You stop at a Bowser Space on the board
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  • You end up lapping around the entire map, and pass the original starting point
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In the spirit of Mario Party, there are also rules that will allow you to assign your opponents shots anytime these circumstances apply.

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  • You’re able to land on a Blue Spot on the board
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  • You land on a special event space
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  • You claim a win in any mini-game, regardless of type
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Repeat until you either reach the end with the most stars in hand, or get party pooped and pass the hell out.

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Beerio Kart

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What you’ll need to play: Any beer of your choice, and any Mario Kart game Mario Kart 64 and up (bonus points if you play Mario Kart Wii using those stupid plastic steering wheel add-ons for your Wiimotes.)

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Mario Kart is a household multiplayer game that only gets better the moment you and your friends turn 21, and it may just be the best drinking game that you can jump into with anyone that’s familiar with the Italian plumber. Also, before we go on, I have a disclaimer that may seem like a no-brainer to anyone reading this list, but I’m just going to go ahead and throw it out there anyway for posterity’s sake; please do not drink and drive.

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Here’s how you’ll Play: Before the start of each race, each player will need to open their can of beer and have it close by within arms-reach. Once the green light is flashed everyone in the race will have need to finish their beer before they complete their three laps and finish the race, with one huge catch; players aren’t allowed to drink a sip of the good stuff while driving. Anytime you’re ready to drink, you’ll need to pull over to the side of the track, and drink however much you like before you’ll back into the road to rejoin the contest.

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This game is the only one that actually focuses more on strategy than skill as you’ll have to determine whether or not one full out chug before you continue on the race is the smartest way to go, or pacing yourself out throughout the circuit in order to keep your motor skills in tact is the wiser move.

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You don’t know Jack, or your limit.

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What you’ll need to play: Any liquor of your choice, and any copy of You Don’t Know Jack (preferably The Jackbox Party Pack if you can manage that.)

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The benchmark of the trivia genre in video games ends at You Don’t Know Jack, and for good reason, it’s one of the most complete packages to challenge your wit, and an experience that become especially harrowing when you involve alcohol into the mix. This one might just be the most complicated of the bunch but believe me when I say that it’s really satisfying to slur your way through the cerebral triathlon.

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Here’s how you’ll Play: There are many iterations of the YDKJ series that have their own distinct rules, but these conditions will still apply to all of them. For every question that Player chooses a wrong answer for, they’ll need to take a shot to teach themselves a valuable lesson. Whenever a Dis or Dat round occurs, those who choose less than half of the right answers in the segment will have to push two shots down their gullet. Any time a special round comes up that isn’t a Dis or Dat event, every player will be obligated to take a shot. Finally, anytime a player decides to screw another player, they can force the target of their attack to drink 2 shots if their attempt to screw them works, or drink 3 shot themselves if the other player fire back at the attempt with a correct answer.

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Super Smashed Bros.

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What you’ll need to play: Any beer of your choice, and any copy of Super Smash Bros in the series (even Brawl in case you also happen to hate yourselves.)

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The Nintendo-centric mascot fighter is one of the most hectic competitive games in existence, with the most recent entry allowing up to a dizzying number of eight players to get rough with one another. While the format has expanded its various modes of play over time, the tried and true Stock mode makes for an excellent way to tally up a bar tab between you and your amigos.

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Here’s how you’ll Play: The guidelines here are pretty simply; players will set the number of stock for each fighter entering the match, where the round will go on until all but one have depleted their inventory of lives within their stock. Each time a player is tossed out of the arena, they’ll need to grab for their beer, and chug it down while their character return on the sanctuary pad where they’ll stand at the top of the screen until the game eventually forces them back into the match.  The winner of the match will then have to add an extra life to their stock in the next round, which isn’t exactly the edge you’d imagine when you consider the factor of it potentially being an extra risk to chug their brains out that the other players aren’t burdened with.

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 Irish Car-Bomberman

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What you’ll need to play: 1L bottle of Baileys Irish Crème Liqueur, 750ML bottle of Jameson Blended Irish Whiskey, a 6 Pack of 11.2 oz bottled Guinness Draught Beer, and literally any Bomberman game from Super Bomberman and up.

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Hudson Soft’s iconic party game has had players blowing each other up for years, and while some people have become disenchanted with a 33-year-old formula that’s hardly changed, you can’t argue that the game offers a perfect setup for those who want to play with a round of drinks on the side.

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Here’s how you’ll Play: Matches can be anywhere from two to eight player bouts, where the standard rules of elimination in Bomberman still apply with the exceptional caveats of drink distribution among certain conditions. The winner of each match will be given the option to exempt themselves from any required drinking for that game, while the losers will drink a number of Irish Car-bomb shots that’s relative to their placement within the match standings.

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For example, if you play a round between 4 people, and you’re the first one eliminated, then you’ll be pounding down 4 shots, if you’re the second to get blasted out of the arena, then you’ll slam 3 shots back, the last person to lose will only be poured 2 drinks to consume. The winner of the match will get the option of either taking their one and only drink, or the opportunity to pass it off to one of the other losers as they sit back and revel in their victory.

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One last rule, if you somehow screw up a bomb placement, and explode yourself out of the match like a dingus, then you’ll have to serve yourself double of whatever you’re obligated to drink from the placement that you knocked yourself out in -- so try to be careful with where you drop your bombs!

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No matter how far video games have come in the last 30 some odd years or so, there are still a few things that you just simply can’t get out of online multiplayer session across the web with your friends -- no matter how convenient of an outlet it may be in this busy day and age.

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The comradery of your buds crowding up beside you on the couch is an experience that’ll never compare to a friendly voice blaring out of the other end of a headset, and one of the many reasons that local multiplayer still lives on to this day.

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Well that, and it’s also the best way to get shit-faced drunk with your crew in front of a TV screen! *Cue the waving fist pumps and righteous wailing of “whoooooooooooooa” until your lungs give out!*

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What better way to spend a Friday night than cracking open a few 24-packs in the comfort of your own home, where you and a group of your pals can party with a beer in one hand, and a controller in the other. These are the five best drinking games that you can play with a video game and some friends!

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Also, this should go without saying but this list is only intended for readers of the age of 21 and older (unless you are in one of those places where you can get hammered at 18).

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Celebrate From Home with these Nerdy Drinking Games https://www.gameskinny.com/4yqdf/celebrate-from-home-with-these-nerdy-drinking-games https://www.gameskinny.com/4yqdf/celebrate-from-home-with-these-nerdy-drinking-games Wed, 10 Feb 2016 11:29:45 -0500 Danielle Marie

When a group of gamers come together IRL, there are plenty of games to choose from to liven up the party no matter what genre your squad is into.

There's League of Legends or Heroes of the Storm for MOBA lovers, Street Fighter V and Mortal Kombat X for fighting game enthusiasts, etc. You know what they say though... everything gets more interesting when alcohol is involved.

Change up your normal routine and use one of these drinking games to spice up your night, whether it be a weekend or just that random Wednesday.

Board & Card Games

No matter how expensive the mouse or how epic the DualShock controller with the built-in microphone, nothing feels more wholesome than a good board game night with great friends. 

Raise the stakes with these alcohol versions of some well-loved classics:

The Munchkin Drinking Game

Munchkin is the adventurous board game many nerd know and love. Turn this card RPG into a drinking game by taking a drink every time:

  • You lose a level
  • You lose combat
  • You are cursed
  • You have to give another player a card
  • When someone else wins the game

Give a drink to the player of your choice whenever:

  • You gain a level
Red Dragon Inn

Red Dragon Inn is a card game that already has a drinking theme to the cards!

Simply take an actual drink when the game tells you to and you'll have yourself a drinking game!

The Cards Against Humanity Drinking Game

Cards Against Humanity is already a fan favorite, but to make things a bit more interesting take a drink of alcohol when you lose a round.

The Werewolf Drinking Game

Werewolf is a fantastic party game that hypes up all the attendees since everyone has to stand up and be involved. 

You are either a werewolf or a villager, at random, and the point is to kill everyone on the other side. However, you don't know who is who and everyone can try to talk their way out of anything. 

To make this a drinking game you can drink every time you:

  • Die
  • Kill a villager instead of a werewolf
  • Change from Day to Night and vice versa
  • The Doctor saves someone

Movie Drinking Games

Maybe you and all your friends want to watch a movie together instead of all the volume and excitement of a game. Play a movie drinking game instead and it'll keep everyone involved and the hype alive.

Star Wars Drinking Game
  • Every time someone turns a lightsaber on or off
  • Someone successfully uses the force
  • Anyone yells at C3PO
  • Anyone says "Father"
  • The Millenium Falcon has to be repaired
Harry Potter Drinking Game
  • Whenever Harry's scar hurts
  • Points are given or taken away
  • Voldemort's name makes someone uncomfortable
  • When Hermione raises her hand
  • When Ron says something dumb
  • When Draco Malfoy tries to assert his dominance
  • The Weasley Twins prank someone
  • Dumbledore says something vague
  • When Hagrid says something he isn't supposed to

Video Game Drinking Games

A general rule when turning video games into drinking games to drink when you lose or die. This can be applied to most fighting games and FPS games since it's basically the only time you can pause to do anything else. 

However in games that a little more complex you can add a few twists.

The League of Legends Drinking Game
  • When you die
  • Every time you back
  • Take Dragon/Baron
  • Lose a Tower
  • Lose an inhibitor
  • Miss a canon minion
  • Lose the game
The Super Smash Bros. Drinking Game
  • Lose a Life
  • Drink twice if you suicide
  • Drink twice if you're knocked against the map
  • Drink twice if the stage kills you
  • If a character's name is being chanted
The Mario Kart Drinking Game
  • Don't drink and drive
    • You can only drink when your car is at a complete stop
  • You must finish your drink before the end of the race

Make Anything a Drinking Game

As simple as the rules are for the games above, virtually any game can be morphed into it's alcoholic counterpart with a little creativity. 

Now you can start planning your next get together and get the party started with any of these applicable nerdy drinking games!

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Bottoms Up: 10 Drinking Games from Video Games https://www.gameskinny.com/kqc6o/bottoms-up-10-drinking-games-from-video-games https://www.gameskinny.com/kqc6o/bottoms-up-10-drinking-games-from-video-games Mon, 01 Jun 2015 17:55:57 -0400 The Soapbox Lord

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There you have it, a new excuse to invite your friends over and play some games (as if you needed another one). Have suggestions for drinks or games to play these with? Sound off in the comments!

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Stay thirsty my friends! 

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Confusion - Adventure Games

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Older adventure games are infamous for their obtuse puzzles and hard-to-find key items resulting in extreme pixel hunting. Now that we are adults, let’s replay the most frustrating parts of our childhood like an adult can!

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Choose an older adventure of your choice (GOG.com has a plethora of great titles) and play. Whenever you encounter some cryptic hints, obtuse instructions, or illogical puzzle, bottoms up! For every five minutes you cannot progress, have another drink!

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The peppermint of a Starry Night shot will open your sinuses and maybe help induce an epiphany. I doubt it though. But hey, at least you will be having fun being stuck right? 

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Dead Nazis - Wolfenstein: The New Order

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Who doesn’t enjoy Nazi killing? The Nazis have been around since the birth of gaming, but The New Order actually gave us personal reasons to perpetrate violent acts against the Nazi regime. You could play any WW 2 shooter, but why not play the great The New Order?

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A Nazi dies; you drink! Whether the Nazi dies in a cutscene, by your hands or someone else’s, it matters not. All that matters is whenever Nazi blood is shed, bottoms up!

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Why a Dead Nazi of course! Is there a more fitting drink for this? I think not. 

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Tower Time - Ubisoft games

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At this point, Ubisoft games have become so predictable; they can be predicted far in advance of release. A key mechanic of each Ubi game revolves around capturing a watchtower of some sort. This mechanic started in Assassin’s Creed, and has been present in nearly Ubisoft game since. So let’s take advantage of it!

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Boot up the Ubisoft game of your choice. Whenever you capture a watchtower, radio tower, or whatever the hell it’s called now, drink! It doesn’t get much easier than this!

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The Drink of Choice:
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 Instead of a bottled drink, mixed drinks would be better for this game. Bloody Marys and Painkillers would be an ideal choice, since this event happens often, but not enough to justify a bottled brew. 

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Bug Hunt - Bethesda games

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Besides creating huge sandbox worlds for players to explore, Bethesda is known for their bugs. Holy crap the bugs are strong with these games. I understand it’s impossible to eliminate every bug in a huge game world, but it seems reasonable to expect less bugs in their games than Starship Troopers.

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Before you start, you and each of your friends choose a drink. The first person to spot a bug has the other participants take the drink they chose. After each drink, new drinks are chosen and the controller is handed off to another player. Before you know it, you’ll be more interested in finding bugs than treasure.

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Witchin’ Time - Bayonetta

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I love Bayonetta. I absolutely love the ridiculous over-the-top nature of the combat and enemy design as well as the nonsensical story. One of the main mechanics is the use of Bayonetta’s hair. She uses her hair to empower her attacks, so powerful attacks leave her with less clothing. Did I mention her clothing is her hair? It’s a bizarre title to be sure.

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Another simple one here, whenever Bayonetta’s clothing becomes slightly revealing, you drink. Needless to say, you’ll be surprised how many drinks you’ll have downed within the hour.

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Again, you’ll want a bottled beverage for this one. If you desire, you can hand off the controller between combat pieces and stages so you can spectate and drink, because spectators must play the game too! 

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Hatred - Call of Duty

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We have all been playing a multiplayer game of sorts and then it happens: the toxic player show up. If they aren’t criticizing you for every move you make, they are hurling racist, sexist, and bigoted insults at you and others for no discernible reason except to make everyone as miserable as they are. So why not try to make it slightly enjoyable?

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I named CoD as the go-to game because of its popularity and notorious community. However, you can play any multiplayer game of your choice. Play as you normally would, or play nice if you are a toxic person. When the toxic players show up and start doing their thing, you drink every time they say something nasty. They called your mother something I can’t repeat here? Drink. Hurled a racist insult at someone on a team? Drink. Criticizing your play style despite your score being higher than theirs? Drink. Soon you’ll be happy to hear them open their mouths and spew their spiel.

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Since you’ll be drinking fast and often, you’ll want your favorite bottled beverage for this one. Personally, I would take a Dos Equis Lager, a Smirnoff of some sort, or a chilled cider. The choice is yours to make! If you want to play nasty, you and your friends can alternate deciding the drinks before rounds. This way you can finally get your friends to drink that disgusting oatmeal stout you love. You monster.

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Battle Royale or Duel - Rock Band

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Ah Rock Band. It remains one of the greatest party games ever made. So why not use it as a way to show your friends how awesome you are at it?

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This can be played with as many people as you wish and have the instruments for, or you can rotate. First, the roles of guitarist, drummer, etc. are placed in a hat, and everyone draws a role. Starting with a song of “Easy” difficulty decided by the host, play the song. The person with the highest points decides what the losers drink. The winner of the round also delegates roles for the next song, decides the next song, and the difficulty. Keep playing until you can’t!

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You can also play this with only two people, if you just want to get that one friend inebriated. Rock and roll all nite!

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I Wanna Die - I Wanna be the Guy

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I Wanna Be the Guy is legendary for its unrelenting difficulty that will have even the most veteran players curled into the fetal position and sobbing after a short play session. This is a game that has no rules and constantly breaks the rules of all games you have played. You can die on the bloody map screen for goodness sake!

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This is as simple as it gets: you die; you drink. Yep, that’s it. Once you explode in a cloud of pixelated blood and gore, bottoms up! If you can last more than ten minutes at this one, I salute you!

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Since you will be dying and drinking a lot, you want something deceptively smooth and enjoyable to help calm your nerves after each death. The chocolate milk taste of a Nut’s ‘n’ Berries or the smoothness of a Buttery Nipple. Either way, you’ll at least enjoy the dying, until the next day anyway. 

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The "F" Bomb - Bulletstorm

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Any chance to write about Bulletstorm is a win in my book. In fact, I just wrote about how awesome it is, and why you should play it! As I mentioned in my piece, the game contains a lot of swear words. A LOT. Enough to make sailors blush and Samuel L. Jackson feel uncomfortable. So how does this translate to a drinking game? Actually, it is quite easy.

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The rules are really simple. Whenever you hear the “f” word or a variation of uttered by our potty mouth characters, you drink. This includes all characters though, not just our main character. So whenever that enemy curses you and you reply with an equally appalling swear, two drinks to you my friend!

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Since swearing is not always a good thing, an ideal drink would be something bitter and not very enjoyable by itself. Tequila neat would probably be the best option, unless you like that nasty stuff, in which case a substitute would need to be found. Before you know it, you’ll have been broken of your own swearing habits!

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Errand Boy- Every RPG made

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Everyone’s favorite part of a RPG is when in order to make progress on a quest, we must scratch someone else’s back and do them a favor for some contrived reason. You may be a Grey Warden, a Spectre, a Witcher, or some other powerful character; it does not matter though. At the end of the day, even the most powerful of RPG characters must bow before the power of the errand quest.

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The Rules:
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Any RPG will do. Simply play until you encounter a quest where you must perform an errand for some NPC in order to progress. You must drink upon encountering and accepting the quest and upon completion, this way of playing helps dull the sharp edge of frustration.

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The Drink of Choice:
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There are several shots which could make for an excellent companion to this one. The B-52, Breakfast, and Chocolate Cake shots would be my go-to picks. If you want to play with the grownups though, you could instead use a Three Wise Men or Four Horsemen shots to ensure quick inebriated questing! 

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We all love games, but sometimes our video games can also double as other forms of entertainment. I began to wonder, could I come up with some drinking games which are played with video games? Why yes I can! I’m not a big drinker, but I have a drink every now and then. After brainstorming this list though, I think I need to have a party! As always, please game and drink responsibly!

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St. Patty's Top Five Drinking Games https://www.gameskinny.com/wojqe/st-patty-s-top-five-drinking-games https://www.gameskinny.com/wojqe/st-patty-s-top-five-drinking-games Fri, 15 Mar 2013 15:27:52 -0400 Katy Hollingsworth

Well, St. Patty's is literally right around the corner and I thought, "What better article to write than a drinking game article?" And where else to go for drinking games than The Warp Zone? I've loved these videos from the get-go, but I'll only pick my top five for the sake of time.

Without further ado, let's get going (in no particular order)!

Mario Kart Drunk Driving

We're all real gamers, so we'll allow you to use a Wii.

 

League of Lagers

I love how early on they made this. Look at that snowy map!

 

Call of Duty Blackened Out

Yay buggy knife play!

 

Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Sheets to the Wind

HADOUKEN

 

Slender: The Drunk Pages

Great, so I get to be scared and drunk. Wonderful.

So, now you have five great games to play during your St. Patty's day bash (either in your home or online), but we hope you drink responsibly and don't actually attempt to drive!

After you're done with that awful hangover, sign up and post your drinking game fun!

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