Do we have the right to appropriate the harsh experiences of real war in the services of another WWII fragfest...
You can say the same thing about war films.
As long as the americans are portrayed as the good guys it's ok.
whether to agree or disagree, this time their the bad guys.
Is that Fedor in your avatar ??? What ever sells IMO.
Yes it is. The best MMA fighter alive.
what about books and film? come on this is just stupid. or what about art and musik that speak of war? and wars should not be forgotten. so of course it should be made and brought back into our memories. its not like its making any harm. its just fiction.
Just so you know, the whole of human endeavor and experience is comedy, not drama. So lighten the f**k up, it's just life, and as Carlin said, the only thing worth losing.
I think the majority of WW2 games, esp COD, BiA and MOH, (in its early PS1 years) try to be educational and remind you that this all happened for real, even if its only very small.
They try to educate on how to give the nice man at Best Buy $50.
What I don't understand is, in Call of Duty 4 it was ok to shoot Middle Easterners, in Call of Duty 5 it's ok to shoot Japanese (I am still wondering why the game has a Japanese release date)..but in Residant Evil when you want to shoot Zombie's who just so happen to be black, the media has a kitten. Human beings, dispite the protests, idolize war. We sing about it, we read about it, we revil with excitment the retelling of it as entertainment. This has been happening since human's could sharpen sticks, and will continue to happen until war doesn't sell anymore.
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