Tuesday, September 28

Army of Two

Afganistan, Army of Two, Call of Duty, Electronic Arts, Infinity Ward, Medal of Honor, Modern Warfare 2, Taliban, Videojuegos

Video games set in Afghanistan | Digital Trends Spanish

The video game industry may offer us many fictional worlds, but sometimes they show reality, or at least a part of it. An example is the games that include political and military conflicts, from different parts of the world and from different times. The most recognized ones show ancient confrontations, such as the First and Second World War, but there are others that expose more current confrontations. You will be interested in: This is the case of Afghanistan, a country that has made headlines recently after the withdrawal of US troops from Kabul. Without that support, the Taliban defeated the Afghan army and seized control of the government, prompting President Ashraf Ghani to flee. The goal of this al Qaeda-related movement is to apply its interpretation of Islamic Law and exclud...