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Good vs. Evil. The eternal struggle between Yin and Yang. Light against the dark.
I played Infamous recently, and as usual, I played through as a good guy. Most games that allow me to influence the morality of the character, I always lean towards the heroic and justice-loving side. My brother on the other hand plays evil and chaotic. I've tried in the past, but I just don't enjoy it.
Fable was the first true game that I really enjoyed playing through the morality scale. Doing good deeds made my character glow with purity. While playing evil made flies buzz around you and horns grow out of your head.
So my question is: How do you all play your games when there are moral choices to be made? Pure and good? Chaotic and evil? Maybe you like to play it neutral?
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