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    • Because the game actually has consequences
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    • Because its nice to imagine a world where being nice to everyone actually allows you to move up rather than be stepped on and used
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    • Because it was made by Bethesda so even when I wanna be bad and kill everyone i can't because that homeless man who gives no quest and repeats the same exact dialogue every second is labeled as "essential" to the story
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    • "I swear I'll do an evil playthrough next time" *Next playthrough* "Fuck, I can't do this"
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    • You’re always the good guy if you kill enough people that there’s no one left to judge your actions but yourself
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    • That's just the first play through. Being a destructive beast of terror comes later.
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    • Being able to be the good guy by murdering the bad guys, if I could do this irl I’d be on the news as a terrorist
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    • I will savagely kill any enemy but I refuse to cause unnecessary pain. Besides in most games there are a lot of evil characters typically so my thirst for blood is almost always kept in check by random hit squads, slaver parties or the occasional base/dungeon
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    • Usually when I play, I go around helping everyone until someone says something sassy. Disrespect me and ill fuckin murder you.
      Gerami 25 mar
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    • If you want to determine ones true nature, remove the consequences, and observe their actions
      ibrew 25 mar
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    • I typically try to do the right thing in games because it's usually the thing I would do. There are exceptions of course, like I hate games that make you feel like an asshole for killing an enemy or something. Like, bitch, he was literally just shooting at me, fucking put two in the head.
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    • Because there is no such thing as “no-consequences”. They can be either internal or external consequences but there is never just nothing. Well unless you are a sociopath. Then maybe
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    • Because I like being nice and making people happy so if I can do it virtually I will
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    • Big heart energy
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    • Had to be good in fallout 3 so liam neeson would say he's proud of me
      GunShot 25 mar
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    • I like the chaotic good. Get the right thing done in the wrong way 👍
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    • When you get bored in gta so you start obeying traffic laws
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    • Infamous is an exception
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    • So, if you take fable for example, eventually you become this unstoppable force than can take on tons of guards no problem and slaughter everybody, I loved playing that way until I eventually wanted to marry someone for a quest and EVERYONE IN THE GAME FEARED ME SO MUCH I COULDNT TALK TO THEM
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    • Because no one validates us in real life enough so it’s nice to hear thank you now and again. And thank you for reading this.
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    • Because if you kill a dude, he won’t be able to give you a dope ass sword later on unless you help him with something.
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    • kirito- how you portray yourself in a game affects how you are in real life
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    • Crying as you kill your best friend in Infamous 2
      tjloader 26 mar
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    • I actually talked about with with a group of buddies and I said “it sucks that I can’t play as a bad guy in games. It’s cause my personality is reflected in these games and I genuinely cannot help it. The whole thing about being able to play a fantasy where I can help others, is that i can help more
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    • I always start the games off with "okay I'm GOING into the red zone. Fuck being the cliche good guy" then five seconds in when they allow me to make the first choice I cave because I feel bad
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    • I'll commit mass murder in GTA and then return a stolen wallet to its owner
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    • surreall 25 mar
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    • If there are no consequences, being bad isn’t fun, being bad is only fun when you have someone trying to stop you, think megamind after he “kills” Metroman
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    • I get sad when theres missions in a game where I cant make everyone happy
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    • Because if a game is advertised as having no consequences, that probably means there will be major consequences for everything you do hidden at the end of the game...If it's a good game at least
      Sorran 25 mar
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    • Because being bad is being bad, consequences or not
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    • A game with no consequences always has one consequence, and it's usually a moral one based on how you live life
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    • I always play from the perspective of What would I do
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    • Cause the romantic interest I want to bang dies if I don’t
      Riastradh 31 mar
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    • I'm still looking for the Skyrim mod kill the fucking kids. So many black soul gems to fill up...
      nostalgya 28 mar
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    • I’ve always sought the path that futhers my own skill and knowledge, satisfied my inner peace, or was the most logical solution. Except Bethesda games. I just fuck shit up there.
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    • Because you still possess empathy
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    • Rdr1, I didn’t give a fuck. I went through towns murdering so many people. Rdr2 on the other hand, i couldn’t bring myself to do anything bad.
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    • Because I literally wanna be a super hero.
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    • I cant bring myself to go through a game as a bad guy. Like I've tried, but I get a little bit through it and I just feel bad about it so i dont finish it.
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    • I feel low key guilty for slaughtering crowds of people in games,so I usually pretend I was hired to assassinate them
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    • When I played infamous I always felt bad doing evil stuff
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    • In rdr2 I'll help a dude catch his runaway horse and take an injured person home, but I'll also take you hunting as the bait if you're talking shit
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    • It’s almost boring being bad in some video games. But infamous and Red dead make me want to be good
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    • I would do my best to be nice but the second I get like even the tiniest bit frustrated from an npc the world will light on fire quicker than a match thrown in lava.
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    • The measure of a man’s character is what he will do if he knows nobody will find out and/or there will be no consequences. In other words, people want to be good in games because they are actually decent people.
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    • I hate when games try to make no win situations, like no, I don’t care if you make it super difficult, I want a good ending.
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    • Because the NPC I like will only be my friend if I'm good.
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    • Because they never give you as good of a bonus for being bad
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    • Video games are a power fantasy, they show you the type of person you’d be if you had power. Personally I’m good with being much more like captain America instead of red skull.
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    • Because quests get really short when you refuse to help anyone
      DIRTLORD 25 mar
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    • I try to be an evil character in fallout 3 but after the intro i couldn't do it.
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    • Because that’s what heroes do
      Darther 25 mar
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    • Trying to play any telltale game and always picking the option that doesnt actually choose one side of an argument so you don't make one of them upset
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    • Seriously it always makes me feel uneasy to choose the “bad” option. Like the characters are actually going to hate me instead of my character lol
      bussewtsy 25 mar
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    • When I first played GTA i tried to protect people
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    • Because, unlike the real world, doing good is rewarded with thanks and appreciation.
      Xarxes 25 mar
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    • To get the discounts and a suit
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    • Some men just want to save then watch the world burn
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    • That's why I always play healer/ medic in team based shooters, I wanna help
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    • I feel bad about bein cruel in video games even though they‘re not real. It‘s wierd
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    • Being evil is boring as fuck and makes for a shitty character.
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    • It’s because playing the good guy gives you more benefits than being a douche. In fallout for example. You get more xp, better weapons, and more allies by being the nice guy which is makes you far better equipped than being a cuck
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    • Same, I just don't like being a dick to people
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    • Chaotic good: I do the right thing, but I do it my way.
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    • bc my morality in the game is tied to my morality in real life, and there are consequences in real life
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    • Because its more challenging
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    • I like healing people in ifamous, it makes me feel nice when they thank me
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    • I blow up Megaton after I finish all the quests there because I like the big explosion
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    • Because fuck me, I'd feel like shit until I went back and fixed it.
      Darksoma 28 mar
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    • I do play the good side on story games too. But once I beat the game I then replay it and do bad things but eventually that shit gets boring. Being nice is way more of a challenge and I prefer that tbh
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    • Because I’m not an asshole
      Karthull 27 mar
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    • Ok but be honest, second play through your a dick just for fun
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    • because even though you CAN be the bad guy most of the time you do still get punished for it
      d_wolfe15 27 mar
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    • We ain’t selfish assholes
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    • Integrity. Doing the right thing even when nobody is doing.
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    • Because everyone has both the urge to do good things/be selfless and the urge to do evil unto others for personal gain. And everyone has one that is more powerful than the other, even if only by a bit
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    • The make me feel bad thing is very accurate *playing red dead redemption for the 3rd time* I still cant be a proper highway man😢
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    • I still don't like running over people in GTA
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    • Shoots someone -> gets arrested. "But officer, a post on the internet told me that there are no consequences"
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    • If I didn't get fat shop bonuses in red dead everyone would be wasted
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    • Lol Chara fucks everyone over
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    • I play both stories on the inFAMOUS series just to get the full experience, and while evil allows a better combat experience and powers, hero offers a nice storyline for what is canonically a bad guy
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    • Because I’m most games it is more challenging to be good. Like in life, doing the right thing is hard.
      SinOfLust 26 mar
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    • In skyrim, every time I come to that first town I kill everyone, the guards are a bit hard with the shitty gear but I steal everything.
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    • Because deep down we want to know that good people will get good things and bad people will get bad things. That's why we play the good guy and help people. Until they're dicks and we kill them.. Being a part of karma is satisfying, especially since it isn't a real thing. I wish it was.
      keiome 26 mar
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    • Because it's easier to get people to do stuff for you if they like you
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    • I killed a whole town once including all the livestock and fleeing women in rdr2 once because I got robbed right next to it.
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    • I play games like how i feel i would behave if it was real life. Fir example im always a good guy in fallout because i feel like if i were suddenly in a post apocalyptic world id be trying to make the world suck less. Just makes it morr immersive for me
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    • Because usually doing the right thing is a lot harder than doing the wrong thing
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    • Be me. In Skyrim. *quicksaves*
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    • I always do good first cause it feels really satisfactory and right, like when I played fable, then on my second playthroughs I would just shit on anything and go full evil, then the third I would go where necessary and do what needed to and what felt eh.
      Sereno 26 mar
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    • I can't play as a big meanie boi in games because my empathy/sympathy factor is through the roof.
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    • Dude that’s me lol I am an achievement hunter and some games I can’t go for some achievements because it requires being mean in a game
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    • I didnt know dishonered had consequences until the end when sammy boy alerted everyone because of how many innocent people i killed. So i killed Samuel
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    • Because the game still punishes you for it by giving you shitty rewards and/or scorn
      Lux_Nox 26 mar
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    • Don’t be a Micah
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