WC writes: From the obviously big to the obscure, here are 10 gaming moments that on the surface appeared justified, but were in fact deeply disturbing examples of horrible acts of cruelty that emerged subtly from the wrong side of moral ambiguity.
God of War 3 - What a game! Every moment caught my attention. The graphics and game play was incredible! Happy memories :) If I sign up to Playstation Now - this will be one of the first games I play. Along with every Metal Gear Solid title, they have.
I'm glad that I re-bought the game after throwing it out outta frustration over a movable block. I got to experience some of the most unreal moments ever. Kratos using Poseidon's daughter to hold up the door to get through before it gave way and crushed her to death, me satisfying Aphrodite on my very first attempt, and coming outta purgatory to beat Zeus (the final boss) to a pulp until the screen turned completely red spamming the circle button.
I felt really bad about what i done in God of War 3, i had to get 3 months of counselling to get over it, disgusting developers who think that it's acceptable ...
Helios and Hermes...Yikes Head gone and feat...LOL
@Goro Did you know that there are rating systems so that people who are sensitive to this type of thing can find out before getting the game if it contains objectionable content? Here is the rating for God of War III http://www.esrb.org/ratings...
I wasn't serious xD
I wasn't sure if you were serious or not. Tone doesn't translate well to text! Either way the www.esrb.org site is useful to some people who are skittish, and to parents who are buying games for their children.
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