Try our new beta!Click here
10°
Submitted by -Mezzo- 1138d 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)

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
20°

Hot Trigger Review | Hardcore Droid

11m ago - With modified bullet-time tweaking the usual tricks of a traditional shooter, Hot Trigger did som... | Android
30°

Undertale Review: Morality of an RPG | Clip Through

12m ago - Spenser Smith from Clip Through writes: Undertale, “The friendly RPG where nobody has to die.” Ap... | PC
Ad

Guess N4G Game of the Year Winners, win a $300 Amazon Gift Card

Now - Also enter for a chance to win a gift card for writing a user blog, writing a user review, or being a top contributor for the month. | Promoted post
30°

Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon Review | Gamereactor

12m ago - "If you do manage to get through the laborious opening you can expect a better experience." | 3DS
20°

Cobalt review - 1080Players Gaming Radio

12m ago - What surely started as a novel idea at first, Cobalt ended up being a convoluted mess. | Xbox One
30°

Review: Goosebumps: The Game - Worst story ever - GamingBoulevard

14m ago - The guys of Gaming Boulevard wrote their review of Goosebumps: The Game and decided: It’s a sh... | 3DS