Definitely, though it’s hard to pin down exactly what I am and am not able to stomach. Something like DOOM doesn’t bug me at all because I find it easy to compartmentalize a sci-fi story full of monsters- I also find it easier when the violence is as over-the-top as it is there; Like, a shotgun blowing an imp’s head off and spraying blood everywhere is easier for me to watch than, say, a person being stabbed. (Important: That’s not me passing judgement on you for finding DOOM uncomfortable- just trying to reason why I’m ok with it.)
I think what I have become more sensitive to is- like you mention- torture; and more graphically realistic violence. Also if the violence feels sexualized at all, even a whiff, that sends me away pretty quickly.
(CW: Early-game spoiler for Outlast 2, also a description of a pretty graphic scene)[spoiler]I got about an hour or two into the game this week and reached a point where an inconsequential female character is tortured by being stretched on a rack (all as part of interrogating her husband, by the way -_-). The scene itself is pretty tough- there’s another character standing in front of your hiding spot so you hear the torture more than you see it. Then when the scene ends you’re able to come out and see the woman is left on the rack. I won’t get get into the nitty-gritty but it’s a rough sight, and then for no reason at all, one of her breasts is out. I’m not going to explicitly accuse the devs of "sexualizing"
an already awful scene, but it was hard to avoid a really gross feeling about the whole thing.
If this were 10 years ago and I was 17, I’d probably have been all “Aw man so edgy! Awesome!” But today my reaction was just “Yeah, ok, I’m probably done with this game.”[/spoiler]