PS3 Informer writes:
"Sadly for gamers, the fall of the Berlin wall came just as arcade games were starting to get good. In 1989, there was no shortage of titles that let us go hog wild on waves of soviet Hind helicopters over Afghanistan, or obliterate ground-based villages in fictional "Jungle" stages.
Unfortunately for fans of military arcade shooters, the current geopolitical climate has shifted away from America trying to force-feed democracy to Communists from the barrel of an M16. Instead of building gigantic desert fortresses, America's current enemies tend to do a lot of hiding in caves and sending videotapes to CNN, not the most fertile ground on which to base a videogame."