In the final installment of my two-part editorial series entitled, "How to make it look like you hate a game you genuinely adore," this Rev Rant addresses the issue of quantifying morality in games like Fallout 3 or Mass Effect 2.
In it, I essentially argue that allowing alternate dialogue options for extremely "good" or "evil" players basically reduces many ethical choices in ME2 into the punchline of this comic.
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