So does anyone else but me find themselves acting morally to computer generated fictional characters? For instance, when playing stealth games like Splinter Cell or Metal Gear Solid, I will typically find a way to avoid confrontation, thereby saving a guard's life, even though often it will be easier to just eliminate any guards in the area before proceeding. Keep in mind that the game itself doesn't penalize me in any way for killing them. I just choose not to, and then bear the risk of them perhaps spotting me further ahead. This is silly behaviour. Those people are not real! I should not care about killing them! Or for another example, when I was playing Sleeping Dogs some time ago, I wouldn't steal a car unless I was in a hurry. Though, to be fair, in that game you are penalized in points for doing crime, so it might be just your standard OCD at play there. Anyone find this familiar?