My point still stands, people are not the Borg Collective, we can't be programmed to think the same thought as a whole.
My point is that I don't think there's any justification for
jack1974 wrote:Yes, I've not read those books and don't know much about what you're talking about, but it's quite misleading when players say "this is wrong" in a game where there's a choice... If the choice was "kill mr. X with a gun" or "kill mr. X with a knife" ok, but if you can choose to do an action or not, I don't think is fair.
suburbantimewaster wrote:Still, I try to avoid debates because I let my emotions get in the way but I'm learning to control myself. That, and I've let my opinion be known before and the consequences were disastrous but if I'm going to have a blog, I can't keep my opinions bottled up inside. Thanks for the practice and I hope that I haven't offended you in any way.
suburbantimewaster wrote:Actually, by the way you were talking, I thought you felt it was justified. I think that the game's against it because the endings that result are not happy ones.
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