Submitted by -Mezzo- 1008d ago | opinion piece

The secretly sinister storylines of your favourite games

GamesRadar - Think you're always playing the good guy? Yeah right. A little simplification is all it takes to show up the moral bankruptcy and social deviancy lurking within the game plots we all know and love. Boil things down to their basic narrative elements, take away the play-bias, and a dark side will bubble reekingly to the surface of even the most innocent story. Read on and find out the kind of horrors you've really been partaking in in the name of heroism. (Culture)

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