15 Games That Mocked Players For Killing Too Many NPCs

Combat is an integral part of many games but it isn't always without consequences.

Posted By | On 08th, Aug. 2018

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Video games serve a number of purposes, from unwinding to challenging one’s mind. While they also serve as a bastion of freedom, you’re not always free from the consequences of your actions. In fact, some games like reminding you of your misdeeds, even building their entire narrative structure on the same. So let’s take a look at 15 games that mock you for – you guessed it – murdering too many NPCs.

Ghosts With The Sorrow – Metal Gear Solid 3

Metal Gear Solid 3 The Sorrow

Remember that fight with The Sorrow? The depressing trudge through the afterlife? As it turns out, the various ghosts represent the people that Snake has killed up till that point. So obviously, killing many enemies will see them appear. Of course, any experienced Metal Gear Solid player knows this isn’t the first time the game mocks you for your killing.


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