Most people play through a "moral choice" game like BioShock or Fallout making the same decisions they'd make if presented with those choices in real life. But not everyone. Who are these morality-flaunters?
Moral judgments often have less to do with outcome and more to do with intention. Take murder, for instance: The U.S. legal system makes distinctions between a crime committed in the heat of the moment and one that is planned ahead of time. But moral judgments may not be as sacrosanct as we believe: MIT scientists have shown that they can alter our moral judgments simply by magnetically interfering with a certain part of the brain.