Sessler's Soapbox: Tali-Banned?

Adam addresses the recent decision to not sell the new Medal of Honor game on US Army Bases.

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Death24943017d ago

with you to a certain extent. But then again you can see the double standard being held here. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 has you playing Russians, "slaughtering" innocent Americans in an airport. Yet that game wasn't banned from Gamestops on military bases. The funny thing was, that was in the singles player, granted you could skip it but still. You think the Afghans are banning this game from their stores, uhhhh, no. The entire experience is us killing their people. Why isn't that one of the reasons you want this game pulled?

TrueStoryGuy3017d ago

He said, yes, it is a delicate decision, but EA has every right to release the game and if you don't like it, don't play it. I wish everyone else had the same view as Sessler.

Death24943017d ago


"...and they blame it on Marilynn, and the heroine. Where were the parents at? And looks where it's at, middle America. Now it's a tragedy. Now it's so sad to see....."
-Eminem "The Way I Am"

Americans only care about things when it affects them.

labaronx3017d ago

anyone who wants to buy and play the game has every right to, and those who dont agree with the material can choose not to support it or buy it and has every right too, hmmm that sounds familiar

mortalrage3017d ago

No sense at getting upset with EA or U.S.Army. They both can sell what they want!!!

MasterD9193017d ago (Edited 3017d ago )

Its not like the actual Taliban made this game and are going to be swimming in pools of cash somewhere in the middle east from it. You are hurting E.A. here, not Osama.

The fact that our forces don't even get to play is ridiculous...They can kill real Taliban but not fake ones?