When Bad Guys In Video Games Were Actually Right

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There’s nothing better than a little moral ambiguity to spice up a video game. Let’s be honest: playing a hero whose sole purpose in life is to defeat the evil supervillain gets a little boring. Thankfully, many video game developers have put in the extra effort with their characters, and some villains are extremely good at pointing out truths that nobody else wants to admit. Let’s take a look back at some video game “bad guys” who ended up being right all along. Warning: spoilers ahead!

Far Cry 4 | 0:30
Batman: Arkham Origins | 1:36
Red Dead Redemption | 2:18
Assassin’s Creed III | 3:07
Injustice: Gods Among Us | 3:49
Killzone | 4:42

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8 thoughts on “When Bad Guys In Video Games Were Actually Right”

  1. I wish for you that this nice channel keeps on growing by over 400 subscribers per day. You deserve to have at least a few hundred thousand.
    Side note: At first your voice made me think you're a gaming spin-off of watchmojo. Meanwhile this proved to be wrong. But it shows where I put SVG.

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