This is a game that I cannot stop thinking about. Usually in a game, there is a clear protagonist and an antagonist. In this game, there is no "good guys", just moral ambiguity everywhere. When I look back at everything I participated in, I feel ashamed, but at the same time I understand, but inevitably cannot condone.
I keep thinking back on everything that was said in the game, and what the characters when through, and try to gain a perspective on why they did what they did. I think about whether what was done was out of obligation, altruism, or maybe it was out of despair in living in a world that didn't have a purpose. Then again, in a post-apocalyptic world, where everyone lives vicariously draconian, there is no right or wrong...that people weren't worth saving anyways. In many ways, the infected were the most innocent, because their actions were driven only by the survival instinct. In humanity, there's a selfish and selflessness, a benevolence and a malevolence.
I really did love this game. Great ending.