Submitted by tempohouse 1191d ago | article

Where War Video Games Could Go Post 9/11

Joystick Division's Rich Shivener argues that it's time for a commercial video game to offer a rich narrative on the 9/11 atrocities and what our country has done in their wake. Other media have been doing just that for the last 10 years. (Culture, Medal of Honor, Six Days in Fallujah)

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