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Submitted by GamerEuphoria 531d ago | opinion piece

Just A Thought: Morality Systems Need to be Less Black & White

Gamer Euphoria writes:

''This generation has seen decision-making and morality systems play major parts in a lot of games. The likes of Mass Effect, The Witcher 2 and Fallout 3 have all featured them in some shape or form. While all three games are ‘good’ examples of morality systems, they all tend to suffer from the same issue–and it’s an issue that affects almost every single game with a system of this nature.'' (Industry)

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