Now, if the lead character was a Jihadist, and your gameplay involved sniping Marines and beheading girls who dare to go to school, I would call THAT tasteless. A game in which US forces fight real bad guys, is in principal, the same no matter what war it might happen to be, to me.
S.T.A.R.S. Armourer wrote: One about 1776 can be no different than one set yesterday,
One about 1776 can be no different than one set yesterday, aside from the fact there are no veterans, peace groups, family members, etc who are still alive to protest it.
My dad said something interesting to me and hopefully I'll never have to experience it myself. He said that no matter how realistic the graphics get, how awesome the gaming physics become there is one thing that they will never be able to replicate: The smell of death.
Then there was also that game where you got to assassinate JFK. Having played it out of curiosity once I'm still not sure how I feel about it. I'm a history geek so I appreciated it for that much, but at the same time it didn't feel right to kill the President like that.
CavWarrior wrote: The smells are...unique, I guess you could say. To this day I can't and won't fire up my grill. The smells remind me too much of burning bodies. There are other smells also. Burning rubber and wood, gunpwder, feces and urine, blood....
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