It gets brought up with Uncharted all the time, actually - probably because of the characters being so well-written and human. People questioning why a character such as Nate would go around shooting tons of people in the face and then making smart remarks about it is what got the aforementioned [WONDROUS] smart remarks removed from Uncharted 3's single player gameplay. Oh, and these people who did/do complain about Nate's remarks? I hate them.
Who really thinks about the motivation behind their characters in first-person shooters, or for that matter, about the people they're shooting (even if they're innocent civilians, i.e. No Russian)? Certainly no one I've ever talked to about it.
But I could write entire articles on how stupid that argument is, so I won't go into all that. Just saying: some people do apparently think about it, if the character(s) in question are enough like real people to even bring up the thought.
Anyway, hey guys! I'm just gonna endorse what Harrow said right here.
Hey, hey guys. Are we done yet? I don't mean to undermine your lovely discourse on ethics and certain 20th Century political movements, but we seem to be getting ever so slightly out of hand. Just a little.
I mean, sure, I'm all for big political discussions, but this is neither the place nor the time. In general, Nazism is a topic that only raises cocked brows and the thunderous hammerings of keyboards across the entire board.
As the great Warseer forum once said:
"THOU SHALT NOT DISCUSS THE [EXPLETIVE]ING NAZIS!"
Could we return to discussing things we'd like to see in games that don't involve such a touchy issue?
-Your favourite occasional backseat moderator
Let's cut back on the politics now, please. There's a reason I never go into the News & Politics topic, and I'd hate to see it leak from that wretched lair.