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Gamespy and several others have picked up on an interesting protest by Joseph DeLappe, an associate professor at the University of Nevada Reno. He logs into servers running the FPS America's Army, and instead of taking part, simply hits... [Read More]

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dead-in-iraq is a good game, I would like get this game! because is very interesting!

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So its not just me ? How many military casualties will it take before americans say enough aleeady!?
I mean sure Troops are expendable . Im just wondering how many will it take, Or do we just say well they knew the risks! Just like a police officer or a fireman before the they join know the risks . I hate to put a number on this but it took a lot of troops before we got out of vietnam ! How many?

Barry Bond

Good for DeLappe! Inovative way to highlight Iraq casulties.

John Redford

These comments have been invaluable to me as is this whole site. I thank you for your comment.

citizen

good idea, bad implementation.

people who could care less about joining the army play this game because it's free and realistic. No reason to Debbie Downer them with a known world issue, which they all deal with on their own time. Lots of people use games to escape that shit, give them some peace.

Sorry for the dead.

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