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UK paper Mail Online quotes the father of a soldier killed in Iraq expressing his feeling that Six Days in Fallujah is "crass," and this recently revealed game set in the Iraq War should be banned, "if not worldwide then certainly in the UK." They go on to quote him saying: "These horrific events should be confined to the annuls of history, not trivialised and rendered for thrill-seekers to play out, over and over again, for ever more. It's entirely possible that Muslim families will buy the game, and for them it may prove particularly harrowing. Even worse, it could end up in the hands of a fanatical young Muslim and incite him to consider some form of retaliation or retribution. He could use it to get worked up and want to really 'finish the game'." Thanks GamesIndustry.biz.
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