Things Disney Characters Do That'd Be Creepy If You Did Them

Video Things Disney Characters Do That'd Be Creepy If You Did Them

April 05, 2014

If being in love with a violent beast-man is wrong, I don't wanna be right.

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Group LEGO Cosplay Is Impressive & Creepy

Picture Group LEGO Cosplay Is Impressive & Creepy

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Everything is deeply unsettling.

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Article The 6 Most Twisted Romances in Videogame History

By Tristan Cooper / February 12, 2014

The 6 Most Twisted Romances in Videogame History 

Love and videogames have had a checkered history, at best. Players are either forced through a cheesy story with the dramatic chops of a high school play, or they're asked to pick a series of branches on a dialogue tree in a game of Choose Your Own Relationship. Turns out game developers aren't as good at approximating the complex emotions of human beings as they are at making grisly blood spatter from a chainsaw gun.


But every once in a while, in between the shy schoolgirls and alien love triangles, you can find some pretty messed up hook ups. We've compiled a list of these outliers, the most ludicrous liasons in gaming. Whatever you do, don't fall in love.




6. You and your spouse in Skyrim


The 6 Most Twisted Romances in Videogame History


In Skyrim, getting hitched is as simple as wearing a special amulet and chatting up the townsfolk. It doesn't take much for a citizen to become your lifelong partner, but who can blame them? You're famous, you've got great job security as the Dovahkiin and you can carry like 18 cheese wheels at once -- they gotta lock that down. But once you're married, the game's simple romance mechanics show their seedier side.


After you've sworn to carry each other's burdens, your spouse just stays at home and waits for you to return, earning you 100 gold per day while watching over your growing hoard of dragon bones. If you choose to sleep in bed with your S.O. instead of in a cave filled with Nordic zombie corpses, you get a small XP bonus for your swift and inevitable exit to the outside world. Worse yet, if you marry someone who can also be a follower, they're forced into the thankless life that is the Dovahkiin's packmule and meatshield. Accidentally shooting them with an arrow to the back of the head could be considered a mercy killing.


Then again, mariticide actually serves a function in Skyrim -- it's the only way to divorce your spouse. If you do decide to brutally murder the person you vowed to honor and protect, you're officially back on the market. You're welcome to remarry and rekill as often as your heart desires, at least until you run out of mates and remember that you never finished the main quest.


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Dark Cultists are Creeping About in Day Z

Video Dark Cultists are Creeping About in Day Z

January 14, 2014

Their Dark Lord has also banished all pants, apparently.

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Article 20 Utterly Disturbing Real World Pikachus

By Staff / November 18, 2013

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George R.R. Martin Is Creepy

Picture George R.R. Martin Is Creepy

March 18, 2013

You don't want to be his next Hand.

Creepy Pokemon Note

Picture Creepy Pokemon Note

April 16, 2012

Don't take rare candy from strangers.

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Weird Mannequin Joystick

Picture Weird Mannequin Joystick

June 14, 2010

Great, now I don't need a girlfriend!

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