| Finally, after days of searching, I found this game for the Xbox 360. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas wastes no time in getting you in the action. In one of the first few missions of the game, you, as CJ, are assigned to pull a "Drive-By" on the rival gang, called the Ballas. This game is interesting in that the protagonist is a criminal. He shoots people, as I command him to, and hangs around former inmates and gangsters. CJ is not hard to root for, however. Killing gangsters on a video game doesn't seem wrong because they're not actually dying. They are fictional. On another mission, I am assigned to drive a friend, Big Smoke, to "Unity Station". Along the way, we see some guys get on a train, and I have to chase these guys on a dirtbike and keep close enough for Smoke to shoot them. After we've killed them all, I have to get him home before the cops show up. Unfortunately, I was caught shooting and had to flee from the police, eventually getting Smoke home safely. Because the game is fictional, I had no problem killing people for no reason and running from the cops, even though I would never do that in real life. It is only wrong to kill the living, not the fictional.
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