It's not an uncommon thing to have video games based on real life conflicts, and I can think of a good dozen games across consoles based on conflicts that have happened in the recent or distant past. From Call of Duty's World At War set in the 1940s Eastern Europe and Pacific fronts to the PC game This War of Mine, set in the 1992-96 Bosnian War. We humans love our conflict and conflict is usually an important part of most stories. Regardless of the time period or console, most of our war games all have one thing in common. They've waited until after the war has ended to make the game, usually as a sign of respect to those still fighting the war and suffering its effects. Not so Syrian Warfare, the game from Russian indie game developer Cats who Play. The game has just recently been approved for release on Steam, a major accomplishment for any game, I'm sure you'll agree, but it's actually been around for much longer and causing controversy for about as long....
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