While there have been plenty of military conflicts in the history of mankind, why have game developers been so keen on driving the WWII FPS genre into the ground? Sure, there have been a few game set in the Vietnam War, but isn't it about time we stepped onto a new battlefield? If you've been wondering the same thing, you'll be happy to hear that someone's decided to do something about this lack of variety. Surprisingly, that "someone" is The History Channel. That's right, your father's favorite channel has entered the world of game development, and the first title that bears their seal of approval is Civil War: A Nation Divided. While developer Cauldron and publisher Activision have certainly created an interesting game, it's a disappointment in a number of major areas.