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Personally, I love how the game makes you feel on a moral scale. Even though you know it's just a game, if you like to immerse yourself into a story like I do, it makes several of the necessary things you have to do weigh heavily on your mind. I had no problem killing Barnham cuz he was a punk anyway, but killing innocent people like the Security Chief at the Train Station or heaven forbid if your Trust Meter is too far towards the NSA when it comes time to blow up the cruise ship. I was stuck in that situation before, and I knew I had to blow it up. I couldn't get over that guilt til I finally completed the game and erased that file, XD. Now I'm in the middle of a New Game and am hoping to make better decisions this time around.