How about the asshat that killed the girl? >: ( I think he's the real bad guy here. Sacrificing someone because of a "cursed fate"?! ...Not cool, man.Xombiebubble said:Who's the real bad guy here?
YOU SPOONY BARD!! I wanted to post that....You beat me to it!RaikuFA said:Looks like it's up to me to post this:
Weird, usually my "standard" behaviour in games is Good, being almost obsessive about getting 100% positive results whenever possible. It may be because the female mage companion in Dark Messiah was so damn useless and annoying, but I had no trouble siding with the bad guys. And joining the bad guys was encouraged even more by the voice in your head constantly ridiculing the companion and her efforts.Crazycat690 said:And, well when good characters are the enemy, anyone here who played Dark Messiah? Well anyway, you have this demon inside you, and she was with you all the way, when other human characters lost me or vice versa, naturally I bonded with this voice in my head. So, there's basically a interest conflict between the female demon and a good human female, late in the game the good girl says she knows about the dark presence inside you, and that you should stop by a church to get rid of it. Since I liked both characters, I thought about it, but finally I skipped it, keeping my inner demon. So what happened then is the good girl decided she couldn't let me go around with it and attacked me, being an otherwhise good person siding with her would come naturally, so killing her then really made me feel bad.
Ahh... Dark Messiah was actually pretty brilliant, I hope that the studios upcoming game "Dishonored" is equally good or better.
Yeah... general animal killing is bad times for me, especially wolves what with the whelping.Gulleko said:The enemies that nearly break my heart are the wolves in Fable 2 & 3, they just look and sound so much like dogs...
Oh, and the Mabari!
Maybe I been desentized to NPC violence due to GTA.Don Savik said: