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Submitted by 9mmPreacher 448d ago | opinion piece

The Reward for Evil Choices

Drew Koehler from Cross Console Gamers writes: In many of today's games players are put in control of making moral choices. Does the main character end the storyline as a hero or as a villain? What are the consequences of such actions? Is making the darker moral choice really consequential or merely just a hinderance to doing everything easily? (Culture, Dishonored, Elder Scrolls, inFamous: Second Son)

woodchipper89  +   448d ago
Outside of Fable I have never really experienced any change in a game due to my choices.
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