Tag Archives: Moral Choice

The Ultimatum

Last week I blithely wrote about moral scenarios in games until archfiend Veret promptly SHUT. ME. DOWN. And he was right, you know. I was arguing that moral choice is always too game-y because they never really get you to … Continue reading

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Thoughts on moral choice

Today I wrote a short story that followed the reflection of a wretched individual who believed he could bring about the rise of a utopia by killing everyone, describing that humans got a great view of perfection from the point … Continue reading

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Black and White – the evolution of the moral choice in games

Help the little old blind lady and her 17 ginger tabbies across the road, or blow up the kitten orphanage? Maybe I’m meddling with old lady hyperbole here, but when you examine the common trends moral choices within game plots, … Continue reading

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