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02 November 2006
Interesting quote
About a war started on false pretenses in the game Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception:
The trail of money surrounding Diego Navarro would lead me to the answer. Diego Navarro was not only Leasath's commanding officer, but also controls their arms industry. He has used continued conflict to amass an enormous fortune. This war was conceived as a replacement for the civil war to further increase arms sales. I can't help but wonder how much of this truth the soldiers risking their lives for Leasath really know.
Do a search and replace with the right words, and you've got a post on DailyKos. Someone should ask how they come up with the stories for these games.

If only the Leasathians had listened to Eisenhower's warning about the military-industrial complex...
--Matt Matthews at 21:20
Comment [ 1 ]

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You've just spoiled the crappy storyline :(

Ace Combat Zero's storyline is ten billion times better, at least as far as the telling.

By Blogger Zachary, at 03 November, 2006 11:11  

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