Dan Staines and Malcolm Ryan on moral choice in games

An interesting analysis of moral choice in games, with particular attention to Fallout 3, which makes the argument that choices need to be (a) expressed through extended play rather than through a single choice and (b) involve interpersonal dynamics more complex than the average conversation tree.

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