Yeah, probably a rapist.
I understand that in both games you are forced to kill innocents, but at least in MW2, your character's intentions make his killing (or at least, him allowing the killing) forgivable. In Saints Row 2 the characters are just bad people killing good people. Also, in No Russian, you aren't forced to shoot the civilians running away from you, in Saints Row 2, shooting civilians running away from you is seen by many players as a fun waste of time. Not that Saints Row 2 is a bad game, I'm just saying that if you can't support Modern Warfare 2
than you probably can't support Saints Row 2 either.
Personally, I love the comedic violence and sheer depravity in Saints Row 2, I also love the realistic and thought provoking violence in No Russian. I think the medium of video games needs games like these, that for better or worse, try to contextualize violence, in some form or another. Movies have funny violent movies, as well as serious violent movies and I think video games deserve to have both as well.
LOOK WHO CAME: