This entire sequence was fucking great. I actually felt I could sympathise with him after this and even a little disappointed that I killed him.
I kind of appreciated it. Explained why he turned out to be a fucking psychopath and when the institute dropped the idea of cyborgs. Also gave somewhat of a good reason to off him as he was already too far gone.
empathy and sympathy are 2 different things you autist. I can understand why retarded muslim suicide bombers think they are doing a good thing, but that doesnt mean i sympathize with them or consider them anything less than subhuman filth
right. i agree with you, he was a terrible human being, but now that we get to see his backstory we understand what took place to lead him towards being like that. Are you so scared of understanding other people because you know deep down you are worse than them? Kellogs past didnt make me feel sorry for killing him at all, but it made me feel sorry for that little boy he used to be. If you dont understand what empathy is you really are a sociopath.
>Are you so scared of understanding other people because you know deep down you are worse than them?
What the fuck you freak, where did that even come from?
What kind of monster would sympathize with a murdered and kidnapper?
you've got issues.
See, there's meme-autism and there's actual on-the-spectrum-actual-autism where the poster is exhibiting tell tale symptoms of autism, such as failure.to understand social conventions. See this thread. Maybe even me. Nigger nigger nigger.
It didn't make sense though.
Why kill everyone else? Why kill your wife/husband? The Institute literally only needed one vault dweller. Could've just sent the rest back to sleep. And I think the hardened criminal with cybernetic augments could PROBABLY have taken a baby from some confused, half-thawed parent without having to shoot them in the head.
As much as you might think it is well directed, it was not well written.
>but deep down he actually felt bad for the people he murdered.
It shows the path to where he ended up stopping to care.
Why he became what he was. He doesn't regret what he did, he regrets how he ended up eventually and time eventually took that away from him as well.
kellog was ruined by ineptitude from bethesda
on one hand you have this overtly detailed backstory to understand where he's coming from, but in terms of his actions, he was a slightly more talkative generic raider psychopath
>that grizzled, deep voice
Turned me into a sissy girl for a little while there.
It felt really forced. Instead of slowly learning more about Kellog as the story progressed they threw everything at you in one go.
Not to mention that Kellogs backstory about his family was unoriginal as fuck.