1. of or pertaining to the viscera.
2. affecting the viscera.
3. of the nature of or resembling viscera.
4. characterized by or proceeding from instinct rather than intellect: a visceral reaction.
5. characterized by or dealing with coarse or base emotions; earthy; crude: a visceral literary style.
Bethesda: “…fights are more visceral…”
G4TV: “It doesn’t hurt that the combat finally has a visceral kick.”
IGN: “Oblivion received ample criticism for loose combat mechanics that lacked a visceral feel.”
The Escapist: “…the visceral joys of combat.”
Team Xbox: “As a whole, the combat itself feels a bit more visceral in Skyrim as opposed to its predecessors.”
RPG Fan: “Other RPGs released this year have better stories, sharper graphics, and more visceral combat.”
VGChartz: “…every action you take in the world feels solid and visceral.”
Thumb Culture: “…you get to see the destructive spells and visceral combat you’ll be able to get your hands on come tomorrow.”
Delta Gamer: “It has never had the best, most visceral combat in any RPG.”
Game Revolution: “…that the was the most visceral moment of my time with Skyrim.”
Robo Awesome: “What’s more is there are highly visceral kill animations.”
Gamers Kit: “Combat in Skyrim is changing that and more visceral as well as tactical.”
Computer Active: “This is the most visceral of all the games.”
Den of Geek: “Now, combat is much more visceral, and has more meat to it.”
CBS News: “The addition of dual wielding has changed spell casting into an aggressive and visceral experience”
UGO: “Combat is brutal and visceral.”
Wanderson75.net: “The inclusion of Fallout-style kill cams make ending combat more visceral”
Common Sense Media: “Parents need to know that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is a vast, open role-playing game with missions involving bloody, visceral violence”
Vagary.TV: “Skyrim, in at least one way, introduces a new contradiction. The story is engaging, at times visceral…”
The Lone Gamer: “…the combat looks fierce and pretty cool- the addition of finishing sequences makes them all the more visceral.”