So I stumbled upon this article and I found it strange that someone would say something like that :/
The most recent game that had moral choices I remember playing was inFamous. I actually tried benig evil in the beginning (curious since I had already seen good cole at my friend's house), even got a couple of evil trophies, but doing some of the things and seeing some of the reactions was just too uncomfortable for me so I restarted the game as "good".
I disagree with the DICE executive, I don't think it's "cool" to choose the evil route. If I had a gun in my hand and a child in front of me my first instinct wouldn't be to shoot the child. What's wrong with this guy?
So which do you usually choose when playing a game with a moral choice system? Do you agree with the DICE exec that if you put the player in front of a choice where they can do good things or bad things, they will do bad things?