U.S. Army Trains with "SimCity Baghdad"

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Jan 20, 2010
  1. Raiser
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    Member Raiser I am mad scientist.

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  2. 8BitWalugi

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    Haha! I'd love to play this!
     
  3. Hop2089

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    Those games are most likely on a high security government website. I would love to play them after the war if the government releases them to the public.
     
  4. Celice

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    This is why I can understand the Women Against War Toys groups: it's not the product that's harmful, its the misled public who see an image and believe that really is all there is to it. A lot of people don't quite understand what the term 'insurgent' really means, especially in the context of this "war." Often, an 'insurgent' is any individual nearby or presently aware of whoever or whatever is deemed a current enemy, not a valid threat. However, they are treated as if they are threats.
     
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    they kinda critisized the policy of violently going into houses and maintaining order... i would say please import this game here (leak)
     

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