Playing as the Soviets in the 1979–1989 war in Afghanistan, I stumbled into a Mujahideen boobytrap and never recovered.
This is extremely metal.
It might actually provide some decent information for investigators in certain cases.
What does it mean that elements of subversive cannabis culture have progressed to the point that we need slick board games like 'Zonk' to be social with our weed?
New startup uses video game technology to improve simulators for minimally invasive surgical techniques.
And they're only getting better.
This is the most fun I’ve had playing a semi-broken game.
But the military version of 'Arma' is really good.
Officials are wary of troops and civilians trying to catch ‘em all on US military installations, including Arlington National Cemetery.