AceGamez writes: "In general, gamers are a fairly liberal bunch. They tend to be distrustful of authority and enjoy games where you're encouraged to rebel against the status quo. I find it strange that developers think games about shooting terrorists would go down well in such an industry.
From a business point of view, I suppose it makes sense - Counter-Strike is still three times more popular than oxygen and the constant barrage of Tom Clancy games never seem to be out of the Top 10. There is, however, a difference between some breezy escapist military fantasy and a bizarrely xenophobic attempt to romanticise the current war on terror. It is unfortunate then that Terrorist Takedown 2 falls neatly into the latter category."