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  • Okapina - September 4, 2014 4:45 a.m.

    Aside from killing Samara and letting the refinery workers die in Mass Effect 2, the worst thing I did was in Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis. The idea is to build your own version of Jurassic Park, but if a visitor dies you get fined and after about five deaths it's game over. Fortunately, the same rules don't apply to the cleaners. So I set about building cleaning stations inside the T-Rex, Spinosaurus, Velociraptor and any other carnivore enclosures and kept hiring new staff as they were picked off and swallowed alive. I installed viewing domes and platforms so the visitors could watch the carnage, and bizarrely enough, the "thrill" rating of these exhibits topped 100%, leading to a five star rating, a million dollars and a stellar report from the investors. Evil corporations FTW!
  • Lexiconjuration - September 3, 2014 12:23 p.m.

    I didn't realize that I was being evil until afterwards, but in hindsight it was fairly disturbing. In TES: Oblivion, I had 100% chameleon enchantment, so I could do pretty much anything that I wanted. I didn't have a house, for some reason, so I needed a place to keep all of my ill-gotten gains. I chose to put them on the ground in the Prison District, near the entrance. Later on, I realized that among my spoils of thievery and murder were several sets of guard armor. So essentially, the guards in the prison yard saw several sets worth of their mysteriously murdered brothers-in-arms' armor and weapons drop out of thin air in front of them.
  • Trollkitten - September 6, 2014 1:27 p.m.

    That... I'll bet you wish you could have seen the looks on their faces...
  • DirkSteele1 - September 3, 2014 8:16 a.m.

    Have to add that the add running down the side of the page could not be more perfect. Jaguar - Its Good to be Bad.
  • DirkSteele1 - September 3, 2014 8:15 a.m.

    Got to say I am little disappointed that my evil act did not make the short list. I am clearly too nice and must try harder to be a b!$t&%d. :-)
  • Megajamz - September 3, 2014 5:27 a.m.

    When I was younger and the original playstation came out my parents saw fit to get me one for Christmas, when the big day came I was so happy I opened it up and was so excited to play it ..... But what's this none of the games I mentioned are here except for one called soviet strike.... My dad then seemed eager to set it all up and I realised he has bought a game for himself He proceeded to play it all Christmas Day winching people and supplies and raining death down on the Russians that rebelled against his chopper, when I asked for a go he refused me saying "in a bit son I'll just do this mission" I didn't understand since after all it was my present. I let the rage build for most of the day until I conjured up a plan. I awoke early the next day before my dad and went to where the playstation was removed soviet strike and bit into the disc, I unleashed all my grinch hate for the day that was ruined on that disc, the teeth marks were deep and the game was destroyed, when my dad eventually discovered it he lost his shit, shouting and going on he eventually came to me I proceeded to point at my sister who was 2 at the time blissfully unaware that she was the teething scapegoat of my plan, my dad saw red and fully blamed her. To this day neither of them know the truth about what happened and never will my dad still sometimes mocks my sister for ruining Christmas *insert evil laugh here*
  • Jakaru - September 2, 2014 11:17 p.m.

    I once tried ripping off a Japanese guy in FFXI. This is more of a evil act being caught kinda story. There would be these gambling games people would set up in the main town where you would have to roll the dice with /random command and if someone got over a certain amount they would double or even triple there amount. Well this Japanese guy walks up to me and starts betting outrageous ammounts of gil (currency) and ends up turning his 200k gil into 800k. And of course I don't have enough gil to actually pay him that much so I log out for a while and log back in to be confronted by a GM (game master). So what do I do? Panic and log out and back in agian. This time I go on a different character. And come back to a message on screen from the GM "So you thought you could escape did you?" All of my characters got banned for a week and got sent to the in-game jail and I had to give the Japanese guy most of my gil. I guess im just not cut out for the whole evil thing.
  • SpadesSlick - September 2, 2014 10:37 p.m.

    Killing a hooker in GTA 5 solely so I could take a selfie with her corpse might not be the most evil thing i've done, but it was certainly one of the most hilarious. http://prod.cloud.rockstargames.com/ugc/gta5photo/7557/ORCSlGQvlUyH4doWwYltHw/0_0.jpg
  • Trollkitten - September 6, 2014 1:26 p.m.

    If that's not THE most evil thing you've done... I don't want to know what THE most evil thing you've done is...
  • kyle94 - September 2, 2014 8:48 p.m.

    Hmmm...Normally I avoid some evil/bad activities in games, because I end up feeling rather bad about it afterward. There are a couple exceptions, though. I once downloaded and played that JFK: Reloaded 'game/program/whatever', which is meant to allow people to try to recreate the assassination of JFK to prove that it could be done by Oswald in the book depository. Or so the creators claimed. It's rather simple. You have a gun and scope, you have the motorcade, and you're given points for how close your shots resemble reality. Of course, that was no fun. What was fun was screwing with the physics and the AI. Shoot a cop on a motorcycle and see him ragdoll to the ground, knocking over another motorcycle, and every other car speed up as people start screaming. Then, shoot the driver of the presidential limo and watch as it smashes into the crowd, flinging JFK and Jackie's ragdolls over the car into a wall. The best ones were when you miss and hit nothing but the ground, and people still freak out to a point that a limo barrels into a police motorcycle, taking him out and pushing the motorcycle into the crowd to knock over more people. Recently, I've also gotten into World of Tanks (I played it for a bit during the Beta a long time ago), and it's been pretty fun messing with people, albeit in a light-hearted way. Suicide-ramming a wounded tank for no reason, parking my heavy tank next to a tank several tiers lower, and just letting him fire shot after shot at me, not able to do any damage or get out of the corner past me. Screwing with some people who take the game way too seriously and cry about "Noobs" when they're first dead player on the team, and have a 47% win-rate, so on. There were some other good moments too. I remember one game recently where I drove off a cliff as a light tank, like a leopard or something. The fall knocked out my tracks, but before I could do anything, an enemy tiger tank went down the same cliff behind me and rammed me to death. That alone was pretty hilarious, but what was even better was that he got stuck that way for the rest of the map, unable to get past my husk, stuck in the middle of a crevice in the cliff, and at an angle where he couldn't lift his gun up to even shoot anyone himself. So, he ended up being the last enemy in the match, and everyone just took pot shots at his turret while he thrashed around in vain. So, not exactly evil, but still, good times. Oh, and of course I'm not counting the times in almost any major open-world RPG like Fallout 1-3, the Elder Scrolls games, Kingdoms of Amalur Reckoning, and so on, where I just saved a game I could bounce back to with no consequences, cheated in god mode, and just underwent a mass murder spree in every town in the game.
  • arron-sheppard - September 2, 2014 8:42 p.m.

    There's a video on YouTube of a skyrim save where the person has beheaded all of their wives and kept them as trophies, that definitely tops this list. I'm not that twisted or evil the worst I've done is fus roh dahd a follower off a mountain. Or playing fifa I shot my mate with a bb gun everytime he scored.
  • 04whim - September 2, 2014 8:15 p.m.

    I'm glad my Just Cause 2 story made the list. :D At least the man's torture was all for something in the end.
  • shawksta - September 2, 2014 8:02 p.m.

    This is a case where someone was being evil to me, but the microphone speakers during a TF2 match, who were on MY TEAM BY THE WAY, started telling the other team that i was a spy in their base. GODDAMN IT.
  • JesterGamez - September 2, 2014 4:48 p.m.

    I wish I had noticed the contest, but the most evil thing I've done in gaming is in MCSG. I'd always find a random guy, team with him, let him find and keep all the good loot, and then punch him off a cliff. I did this so many times I lost count. That's what I love about minecraft. You can just punch people off cliffs and read their angry chat messages,
  • antiAntag0nist - September 2, 2014 3:59 p.m.

    I love features like this one. I wish I paid enough attention so I could participate in the contest in time. The most evil that I've done I can think of is killing my wife in Fable 2 so I could start a new family with a whore. It was worth it.
  • Psylockerules - September 2, 2014 2:55 p.m.

    wow the dayZ one is so bad, the fable 2 one is excellent , shame i didnt make it on there congrats fellow meanies!!
  • soren7550 - September 2, 2014 2:50 p.m.

    In Zoo Tycoon and its expansions, I made exhibits where people were the attractions. Now, in order to keep them in there, you need to make the exhibit a deep pit, otherwise they'll just walk out. A zookeeper won't feed them or maintain the show, so to keep them happy, you need to imprison a janitor as well and install a restaurant and a bathroom or two. Add in some benches and garbage cans, and you got a recreation of their natural habitat! Also, I built electrified fencing around the exit so that no one could leave, and release a bunch of dinosaurs. And at some point I had a fighting arena where I'd pit animals against one another. Penguins are savage beasts.
  • extremefuzz - September 2, 2014 1:24 p.m.

    I've done something to top all of these things, and I'm sure others have done it too to some extent. I created a concentration camp hidden from the public (amusement park) in Roller Coaster Tycoon 2. Here's how it worked: I created a map with a distinct mountain range concealing an isolated island. On one side you had an average park with some of the best roller coasters I've ever created. This was a legit park, like I put as much detail into this park as I would any other, it was just smaller in size. The only thing was one ride; a monorail that led into the mountains. It would ferry people to this island. They would then leave the ride into a yard with concrete walls and fenced in with security guards patrolling the walls. From there the monorail would return and I would proceed to organize these people into individual cells. These cells contained a food stand, drink stand, two benches, two trashcans, and restroom. All free, no charge. Two people per cell. The rules were if they didn't litter and they were still happy after a few hours, they were sent back to the park to enjoy their day. If not, the went to the next compound. This was the death camp. I used rides that you could kill people on. Some were permanent, like I had an elevator that went straight into the ground and people drowned once they got out of the exit. You couldn't see it though because it was covered up. You just saw the full elevator go down, and an empty one come up. A launched freefall ride was another, just made it to launch them off the track. The others were things like bobsleds that I could bump to make the cars fall off the tracks. I gave myself a defined amount of space and constantly tweaked it to see how far I could launch these cars with people in them. My distances were tracked with different terrain styles on the ground. Then when I got bored with all of that, I had a plain old pit that was barred off. I would throw people in the and just drown them all at once. This camp was completely decorated. All the buildings were given an extreme amount of details, guards patrolled the isles outside the cells, all of this was fenced in by large concrete walls, and it got so big it took up the whole Island. With this setup I could fit roughly 100 prisoners on this island (each cell was 3x4 blocks big). Probably even more than that. The truly sick part about this was, I had a ton of fun with this park.
  • DonkeyWrong - September 2, 2014 12:15 p.m.

    Hurray! I've been officially recognised as a true b***ard!
  • Greyblade - September 2, 2014 1:10 p.m.

    Hi-5!

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