This question of mine is mainly targeted to games that give you choices of doing something good, evil, or just bad. Like KOTOR (Knights of the Old Republic) and Darkwatch. When you play those types of games, do you feel a little quezy sometimes when you're doing a "good deed" and that you can't stand doing it? Or stealing, killing an innocent when you're the "good guy"?
I actually have this problem when I play KOTOR and other RPGs. When it comes to games like God of War, Saint's Row, and GTA, it doesn't bother me how many innocents I killed. You know? You're not doing it for real or anything. But I don't know. Can someone please explain to me what's with this issue? Am I playing too much? lol Or is it just my "inner boyscout" doing this to me? Because seriously, I would actually hesitate when playing Dark Side and feel really good when I play Light Side despite that I'm just playing a game. So, am I the only one and have a funny issue, or do you get something similar to this?
'Cause what's funny is that my brother would actually snap for playing Light Side. lol He only lasted 2 minutes.