Traitor sounds like such a dirty word, I know, but the dialectics of treason are, quite simply, not that simple. Take the most obvious of examples: would a person who betrayed the Nazis have to live with the stigma of the turn-cloak or be considered a hero? And is treason against a brutal regime an act of courage or cowardice? Are people entitled to ever changing their minds? Should believing in the rights of one's nation ever justify genocide?
Interesting questions indeed, and what better way to start answering them than with the help of a freeware shoot-'em-up that can be enjoyed in the comfort of your browser? No, really, I'm being serious here. Play Traitor, the shmup that Jonas Kyratzes released a few days ago, and get thinking. Oh, and, just in case you were wondering, it's another brilliant offering and a testament to the good dev's ability to make fantastic games regardless of genre; thus a great shmup.
Now, should I actually go on and mention the open structure of the gameworld, the multitude of available upgrades, the lovably glowing graphics, the sheer size of the game offer and the brilliant plot, or let you find out for yourself reader? Guess you're old enough. Find out for yourself.
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