Osama Bin Laden Video Game Coming This Saturday


Posted May 6, 2011 - By Stephen Johnson

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Osama Bin Laden

It's time to dig through your PC games from the mid 2000s and find Kuma/War,. or, better yet, hit up the game's site and download it. The first-person shooter from Kuma Reality Games will be releasing a new episode this weekend, an episode that adds the Navy SEAL mission that took out terrorist Osama Bin Laden last Sunday, so we'll all be able to vicariously kill the great enemy of the United States.

"Since 2003 we've chronicled military conflict in a changing world. The defeat of the Taliban, the capture of Saddam, IED & drone attacks, two Surges, elections, and Iraqi heroes defending their own representative government. We've brought all of these to life to millions of gamers in quick-release, high quality, game episodes," Keith Halper, CEO of KUMA Games, told Kotaku. "KUMA\WAR II was a story without an ending...until now. We had to go back for one more 'ripped from the headlines re-creation.' We had to end 'The War.'"

The actual story of the daring raid on Osama's weird suburban bunker is so badass, as soon as I heard about it, I thought: "Video game!" then, when more details came out, like the sky-diving dog with Titanium teeth, I thought, "This isn't even a realistic video game!"  Yeah, I'll be downloading this chapter of Kuma's game.

Source: Kotaku

Osama Bin Laden Video Game Coming This Saturday


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