Gameist: "Educational video games have done some amazing things in their time. They have helped children explore worlds that only their Ritalin filled imaginations could conjure. They have provided insight into worlds that before only their textbooks could take them. And they have provided countless hours of entertainment and enlightenment that allowed teachers to take that extra smoke break that helps reminds them why they got into teaching: three months of paid-#$&*ing vacation, baby.
Some games, however, took things (pardon the expression) to the next level. They provided a nation of wide, bloodshot-eyed kids lessons that not even the thickest and most poorly spell-checked textbook could teach."