Gaming let's you do all sorts of things you can never do in real life. It's the perfect medium to act out your fantasies even if they are a little dark. Here are 6 cruel things we've all done in games!
1. Torturing Sims
Everybody who has ever played the Sims has at one point tortured them. Whether you tried to set them on fire or drown them in the pool, we've all been there. The more heartless bastards would simply build walls around their Sim and let them starve to death. Burn, drown or starve? The choice is yours.
2. Making rollercoasters crash
What is more fun than building a rollercoaster? Building a rollercoaster and then letting it crash of course. We've all built horrible rides that go way too fast and only serve as death traps for the people brave enough to ride them. That will teach them for complaining about the price of fries.
3. Blowing Up Megaton
Few things are more evil than dropping a nuke on innocent people. Yet lots of us did exactly that in Fallout 3. We didn't mind destroying Megaton due to the whims of a rich guy who thinks it gets in the way of his view. And afterwards you can talk to the people that got exposed to radiation because of you. Talk about an awkward conversation.
4. Shooting enemies in the balls
Doling out headshots has become second nature for most gamers. But the more cruel kind of gamer will go for the much more painful ball shot. Shooting an enemy in the balls is always good for a laugh even if it's only to see if the developers have made an animation for it. I feel your pain guys.
5. Locking the butler in the freezer
We all loved running around in Lara's huge mansion in Tomb Raider 2. And locking her butler in the fridge was one the most fun and cruel things you could do. There were countless rumours that if you left him inside long enough he would actually freeze to death. That wasn't the case but still we feel bad for poor old Winston.
6. Tying people up
Call us cruel but we love tying people up in Red Dead Redemption. You can drag your victims behind your horse or just straight up kill them if you're done playing with them. The game even rewards you with an achievement for hogtying a helpless woman and leaving her on a railroad track. Now that's just cruel.
What are some of the cruellest things you've ever done in a video game? Let us know in the comments!
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In the Sims I did kill the Sim but not mine the in game ones I just made my Sim flirty married it to one of the in game ones then offed the new spouse. Just to get the money some of the nice things and start all over again.
The more I think about it, going on a killing spree at the police department in GTA:SA was pretty damn disturbing.
I mean, I'm pretty sure the thousand cops I slaughtered and decapitated had families and shit.
Ahh if Armadillo could talk it would tell stories of the times I've strolled into town with invincibility on...Stood in the middle of town and just completely slaughtered everything even the people who just respawned weren't safe then I would hole up in the saloon and spend about an hour killing the unending army of people trying to stop me....Oh the poor fools
Other than Sims shinanagins, the cruelest thing I have done was to other gamers. We all have "cheated" at some point and made cry baby gamers cry fowl... I mean if the game lets you do it why can't you
I couldn't join the dark brotherhood in skyrim because of all the stuff they were doing. I ended up restarting the save file, killing the bitch who kidnapped me, and then all the dark brother hood people.
I lost many achievements, but I just couldn't bring myself to do it.
Funny because irl I have zero remorse for my actions and most likely wouldn't give it a second thought.
Torturing a guy in day Z and infecting him with a disease that slowly killed him then shot him in his foot and said try and crawl and then shot his other foot the hit him with an axe and let him bleed to death as we released a zombie on him to eat him while he was on the ground
1: I tried... they just teleported away when I boxed them in :/
2: ;) My fries were only a dollar... they deserved it...
3: I didn't do this one, sorry.
4: Lets just say Hitler doesn't have the balls to go to war anymore *ba dum tish*
5: Nah sorry.
6: *Cough* I like trains
In the Sims 3 there's a cheat that lets you raise or lower a sim's needs bars. Make them starve to death, pass out, become extremely bored, become extremely lonely, smell really bad, or wet themselves. You need to add them to your family using another cheat, but when you were done torturing them you could get rid of them by making them instantly die lowering the hunger to 0. Anyway, I decided to mess around with a random cop for a while, making him piss himself in public. Normally when they wet themselves the bladder bar fills back up. Cause you know, they don't have to pee anymore. But somehow his bladder bar got stuck at 0 making him constantly wet himself non-stop. Since he was part of my family I was able to occasionally check on him, and sure enough he was still in the same park, now with a pond surrounding him. Apparently the puddles from when they wet themselves have no limit to how big they could get. The entire park was flooded from his endless bladder. He stayed there for a few more game days until he starved because he couldn't move to get himself food, because they obviously can't walk around while wetting themselves. I think I created Hell...
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