VGChartz’s Lee Mehr: “In summary, the best approach I see moving forward is the inverse of this injudicious petition. To put it modestly: you owe at least an inch to every well-intentioned developer. Granted, modern military shooters can be rife with exploitative material; in fact, I reviewed one that featured a pathetic waterboarding mini-game. But there are also interesting counter-examples like Spec Ops: The Line too. Both games had as equal a footing as possible and both were challenged on their merits through critique. Instead of adopting the stifling attitude of censorship, let’s pursue an approach that not only broadens dialogue but also potentially refines every artists’ voice in the process.”

Source: N4G PC Six Days in Fallujah: Modern Censorship