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Submitted by srobertron 991d ago | opinion piece

Dancing Mad: The Best Depictions of Insanity in Videogames

From HalfBeard's HUD. Villains and heroes are so easily set into their ways, but the ideas of alignment and morality start to lose their meaning when you throw someone at them who belongs in a straitjacket. Video games are a medium where the insane can be commonplace and rather encouraged within the main populace, so it is not to anyone’s surprise that crazy characters can happen to show up in the imaginings and interactive elements in a complete whack-job of a game. Today, we will be glorifying as well as running the hell away from the three most insane villains you could hope to come across. (Far Cry 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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