Except every MMO does that these days. I like SW:TOR's approach, because it's different enough from that and more realistic for it. The Sith Empire is clearly wrong and bad, and the Galactic Republic is clearly right and just. But the Empire does not lack for good and decent people who believe the order the Empire imposes on the general masses is the only way for society to function. There's proof enough of that in the corruption and widespread criminal element that can exist at every level of the Republic thanks to their treasured freedom. The key is that most of the problems the Republic has are due to the influence of outside forces, and those that aren't are due to individual selfishness. The problems the Empire has, and they don't lack for them either, are due largely to the excesses of their ruling class and the oppression of everyone else. Anyway, my point is that I like that level of complexity in the details combined with a clear right and wrong in the broad view. In real life conflicts, there's almost always one side truly in the wrong who went too far and made the conflict inevitable, but that hardly means that every one on that side is a villain.