Included in the exhibit is Michael Wilson's game Media Blackout. In his own words, it's "a 3D video game in which the player is confronted with corporate
interests, religious fundamentalism and military aggression through the
deliberate manipulations of corporate media. Surrounded by media noise,
government propaganda, spectacular phenomena and a sea of oil, the user
attempts to maintain psychological resistance and ultimately transcend
the media threat – escaping 'corporatized consciousness'." Check out the video—the soundtrack has a Negativland vibe.
Wilson was one of the collaborators on the C-Level project Waco: Resurrection and he's got another Timothy McVeigh-video game mashup video called Invictus that imagines McVeigh's afterlife through the use of a modified Star Wars game. Video bit there too.
Or if you're in New York, come to the release party for Alex Galloway's new book Gaming at the New Museum. You can read an early version of one of his chapters detailing his concept of "social realism" in games like America's Army and Under Ash.