Does the way you play a game directly reflect the kind of person you are?
If you play as a bad character in Fable 2 or Fallout 3 does that say anything about who you are and your personality?
"The concept revolves around the games that allow you to make choices that have an effect on the morality of your character, and whether these choices are a reflection on you as a person? Did your choice to reflexively blow up Megaton, or kill Dwayne give us an insight into who you are, or are they just a random choice without any reflection on you? In another vein, do your choices in class based multiplayer games reflect who you are as a person? Does the fact that you always play as a medic in Killzone or TF2 mean you are a more giving person?"
Asked over 4 years ago in Polls & Opinion
Platforms: Online Games (Online)