You want video games to trick you, to make you feel immersed in the pixelated world you've found yourself in. With as much skill and work and thought goes into playing a game, you want to feel like you're participating in a real world with real consequences. Sub-Zero's fatality is a lot more fun when it's murder and not a non-interactive, real-time cutscene.
At the same time, whether by necessity or greed, developers tend to ruin the world of their games again and again by showing how the sausage is made. Here are 7 world-ruining moments in videogames.
Great job killing the Demon Lord Angel Slayer! The world is now a safer place. Children can once again dream of a world free from fear and death and lava-filled castles! Now
why not let your Mom know on Facebook?
Social media integration takes game accomplishments and turns them into an ad for a game you already bought. But, on the plus side, all that work is now ruined by logos for websites that could never exist in a fantasy universe.