QWERTY: Six Days in Fallujah

Disclaimer: QWERTY’s opinions are not mine nor the site’s. The psudonym QWERTY is used to protect the innocent.

Sometimes I don’t think people think before they speak. We have a game coming out about a war that isn’t over, depicting one of the greater horrors of our time on the battlefield in a video game.

So what if they consulted with veterans who were there and who approve of it. They aren’t representative of everyone. What about us, the civilians who didn’t participate, what about our feelings? Plus did you hear, they also consulted with the insurgents. TERRORISTS. Like we need to hear all sides to know what’s going on. They shoot our soldiers they are the bad guys.

And what’s this; Komani says that they are trying to make a fun game. FUN, how dare they, what do they think this is? Just a video game? That was their attempt to placate the public and not to offend anyone. Konami couldn’t have been more offensive to the troops if they got the solider’s leg shot off, cut their medical benefits, hiked their taxes, and sent them to a hospital that was falling apart with decay and disease…wait a minute.

Moving on.

Well, how dare Atomic Games decide to make this game. How dare Konami decide to publish this game. And…wait, what… Konami’s not publishing it anymore. So they pulled out, cut and ran?


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