Saturday, February 27, 2010

Anti-Bush Video Game Nixed

Sony poached most of the developers for this game--where the Chinese invaded the mainland US as a result of some bad Pretzel-dent'n on W's part. Maybe they'll all come back to this intriguing FPS after the "more important project." Because, you know, making bad Presidential decisions is so, like, yesterday.

Perhaps Sylvie Barak would like to tell us what the "more important" project was. And, honestly, for an article that breaks its back bending over backwards to piss on the anti-Bushness of a video game, it really misses a chance to hit those good ol' talking points about fighting them over there so we don't have to burn to death in Chinese gasoline over here.

in reference to:

"With a veritable wealth of video games in existence, one doesn’t often spare a thought to those that didn’t quite make it, but a recent interview with game developer David Jaffe provides some insight into what could have been a highly controversial first person shooter based on George W. Bush's polices abroad."
- Anti Bush video game nixed | TG Daily (view on Google Sidewiki)

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