I didn’t play it — no, that’s not a picture of me — but the gamers playing it didn’t seem too impressed, coming out. The “controller,” if you will, was pretty awesome, but the game itself wasn’t nearly as sophisticated as even the Xbox version of America’s Army outside. They complained of low accuracy. Then again, maybe it’s just a really accurate simulator of how hard it is to fire a giant metal rifle in the back of a military vehicle?

I wonder how the Army is doing, with their “recruit gamer nerds” strategy.

You can probably track that by looking at military purchases of Jolt! cola. . . .