Critics and gamers alike often wonder why more videogames don't feature altruistic subject material. The question, "Why are games so void of social value?" is generally a fair one, especially considering that this interactive medium continues to spread into the mainstream. American McGee (yes, that's his real name) isn't a political activist, he's a game designer living in Shanghai, China, with credits including American McGee's Alice, Doom II, Quake, and Quake II. But his brand of game is eccentric and the subject matter leads one to believe McGee has a penchant for social commentary.