15 Disturbing Decisions Video Games Have Forced Us To Make

Harvesting or Sparing the Little Sisters in Bioshock

Decent and ethical choices in video games are all the rage these days. There used to be a time when nobody care for the death of a turtle beneath Mario’s boots, or the potential to cause a blood-soaked 5-lane pileup by making a large frog jump into traffic. That’s because those horrors were just a bunch of pixels, a fiction and not a reality. They still are, and, given, some games still let you do worse things with no consequences, but with the photorealistic models, deep characterization, and real-world conditions into video game narratives, guilt has been born of the prospect of killing NPCs with an AR rifle.


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Harvesting or Sparing the Little Sisters in Bioshock

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