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11-24-2008 @ 8:57PM
Well...I'm not a fan of torturer in real life, but I found the quests to be amusing. It doesn't mean that I'm going to go out and preach to the world that torturing prisoners is okay. I just find it funny in a (WARNING: Incoming Keyword) game. It's no worse than Doom, no worse than Grand Theft Auto, and no worse than any other game on soccer moms' list of games kids should not play. Yes, I understand the game has a Teen rating. But that still leaves a lot of room for miscreant behavior. The assumption is that teenagers should know the difference from right and wrong at this point in their lives, and its up to the parents to police it.Personally, I'm enjoying the darker atmosphere of Wrath. I think its a monumentally epic step in favor of the moral ambiguity that is the Horde and the Alliance. Who is really the bad guys here? With Wrath, the lines are more blurry than they ever were before. And as a fan of gray area in games, this is perfect for me.
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