Monday Night Combat is possibly the best example of western consumerism you'll ever see. After all, who else would knock down the Great Pyramids because they'd "gone out of style"?
Monday Night Combat pits two teams (The Hotshots and the Icemen, who are Orange and Blue respectively) against each other in a battle to look cool as fuck. 6 different Pros are selectable, ranging from the executively cool Assault, who advises you to step aside due to his large step-taking, to the mentally deranged Sniper, who will more than likely want an official review on every kill that isn't his. Also in the playing leagues are bots, ranging from the Slim, a small, easy to destroy robot, to the Bouncer, a heavy, gorrila like bot that will easily turn Pros into Mash. Also on the playing field after being banned for 10 seasons is the JACKBOT XL, a heavy robot that only wants a cuddle but ends up killing those he attempts to cuddle.
Left 4 Dead 2 is Valve's documentary-styled take on modern genocide. You are thrown into a world where the only people left are hunted down by groups of murderers, normally guising themselves as "Survivors", and referring to those they murder as "Zombies", "Walking Dead", "Infected" and even "Vampires".
The documentary involves four main murderers - Coach, an ex-highschool sports coach turned cheeseburger-loving psychopath, Nick, an Conman who prefers to shoot those he cons, Ellis, a mechanic who has had one too many "accidents" in his garage, and Rochelle, the TV reporter who's crew mysteriously vanished. Twice.
These four evil degenerates chase the population of New Orleans literally to the death, fighting on with anything from frying pans to miniguns. The poor population attempts to respond with Bodybuilders, McDonalds regulars, Soccer Moms, Parkour Enthusiasts, Circus Joyriders, Rock Climbers and even Divorced Widows, but in the end, the Murderers kill them all.