Archived posts with tag ‘game’

Ghost Recon Dispatch #3: Lasers, Gas and Stun Guns

Sometimes it’s better to incapacitate a potential enemy than to kill him. That’s a lesson the U.S. military learned the hard way in the course of several brutal wars. Today, thanks to that painful experience, American troops and their closest allies have access to the latest “nonlethal” weaponry, meant for confusing, distracting, or hurting a bad guy without killing him.

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War Correspondence as a Game

In Warco, a new game from Australian developer Defiant Development, you wield a camera instead of a gun. Ars Technica has the scoop.

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Fallujah Game Axed by Publisher “Finished,” Ready for Release

According to a report on IGN, game developer Atomic Games has completed work on the 3rd person shooter video game Six Days in Fallujah. The game, based on the actual 2004 Battle of Fallujah, allows the player to realistically experience modern urban warfare from the perspective of a U.S. Marine Corps fire team, complete with “shoot/don’t shoot” situations involving civilians and combatants.