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#ActualAngleWyrm

Posted 15 August 2013 - 04:23 PM

Conduct a long string of practice murders, and then wrap it up by killing the main boss/father/authority figure. Is that the actions of a hero? Since no one can think of any other plot for a video game, good guys do it too and simply claim 'those guys' are barbarian-mutant-zombie-robot-aliens. Yep, clearly heroic and good by comparison.

 

Bioshock:Infinite and The Last of Us both dispense with the sordid amount of distasteful fakery necessary to claim that such actions are heroic, and just cast the player as a villain.


#6AngleWyrm

Posted 15 August 2013 - 04:22 PM

Conduct a long string of practice murders, and then wrap it up by killing the main boss/father/authority figure. Is that the actions of a hero? Since no one can think of any other plot for a video game, good guys do it too and simply claim 'those guys' are barbarian-mutant-zombie-robot-aliens.

 

Bioshock:Infinite and The Last of Us both dispense with the sordid amount of distasteful fakery necessary to claim that such actions are heroic, and just cast the player as a villain.


#5AngleWyrm

Posted 15 August 2013 - 04:19 PM

Conduct a long string of practice murders, and then wrap it up by killing the main boss/father/authority figure. Is that the actions of a hero? Since no one can think of any other plot for a video game, can this plot be justified without resorting to 'those guys' are barbarian-mutant-zombie-robot-aliens?

 

Bioshock:Infinite and The Last of Us both dispense with the sordid amount of distasteful fakery necessary to claim that such actions are heroic, and just cast the player as a villain.


#4AngleWyrm

Posted 15 August 2013 - 04:17 PM

Conduct a long string of practice murders, and then wrap it up by killing the main boss/father/authority figure. Is that the actions of a hero? Since there is no other plot to a video game, can this one and only video game plot be justified without resorting to 'those guys' are barbarian-mutant-zombie-robot-aliens?

 

Bioshock:Infinite and The Last of Us both dispense with the sordid amount of distasteful fakery necessary to claim that such actions are heroic, and just cast the player as a villain.


#3AngleWyrm

Posted 15 August 2013 - 04:17 PM

Conduct a long string of practice murders, and then wrap it up by killing the main boss/father/authority figure. Is that the actions of a hero? Since there is no other plot to a video game, can this one and only video game plot be justified without resorting to 'those guys' are barbarian-mutant-zombie-robot-aliens?

 

Bioshock:Infinite and The Last of Us both dispense with the sordid amount of distasteful fakery necessary to claim that such actions are heroic, and just cast the player as a villain. And a damn fine job of it too.


#2AngleWyrm

Posted 15 August 2013 - 04:16 PM

Conduct a long string of practice murders, and then wrap it up by killing the main boss/father/authority figure. Is that the actions of a hero? Since there is no other plot to a video game, can this one and only video game plot be justified without resorting to 'those guys' are barbarian-mutant-zombie-robot-aliens?

 

Bioshock:Infinite and The Last of Us both dispense with the sordid amount of distasteful fakery necessary to claim that such actions are heroic, and just cast the player as a villain. And for those games it came across quite well.


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