House of the Dead: Overkill = world record for most profanity in a video game

Jun 2004
New York

Setting a record in this brand new category, the title recognizes The House of the Dead: OVERKILL as the most profane video game in history. During three hours of relatively limited dialogue, the campaign features 189 uses of the f-word, which equates to just over one per minute and three percent of all words spoken in the game.
Not to mention that the game uses plenty of other profanity as well.

There's also a youtube video that basically takes out the rest of the dialogue and just has Washington and other characters swear away. "House of the Dead: Overkill in 4 minutes"
Jan 2005
Waco, TX
Oh did I mention this game is SO AWESOME!? It's like Quentin Tarantino directed it! It's a lovely tribute to the B movies of the 70's! It's a crying shame it was only on Wii!