its just a video game!!! dont let the little insignificant pixels moving accross a glass screen make you sad. geeze
whats wrong about the vietnam war its a great subject
What a moron, does he not realise there is a enormous community of gamers who dont play games to "learn about the government and politics at the time", they/we play to have fun, maybe relax and talk to some friends...
The article in question was interesting in that, while the author complains that the game says little about the war, he himself says little about the game. In a sense, it appears that he was hoping for massive helpings of anti-war sermonizing to appear between battles, or that the developers would put a label on the packaging sympathizing with the N.V.A. or with the "conscientious objectors" who fled the country to avoid service. What Wadhams seems to be looking for, in short, is a $39.95 political statement. That isn't what Battlefield: Vietnam is, and if Mr. Wadhams can't review games with even the thinnest shred of objectivity -- something they taught us about in J-School; Mr. Wadhams was asleep for those classes, apparently -- then he has a bright and shining career waiting for him in the convenience store industry.
Anyone wanna send "Weenieboy" a copy of this thread? HEY! WEENIEBOY!!!!:moon: :spank:
Shakes D. ClownAnyone wanna send "Weenieboy" a copy of this thread? HEY! WEENIEBOY!!!!:moon: :spank:
LOL, Definately someone should sent that schmuck a copy