World at War Attack Dogs Called in Question

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Elven6, Mar 24, 2009.

  1. Elven6

    Elven6 Discharged

    Talk about making a mountain out of a mole hill, Call of Duty: World at War is under fire for its portrayal of dogs.....yes not Germans, Japanese, or even Russians but dogs!

    Activision Activism: Students Protest Call Of Duty Dog Killing

    From the get go the developers of World at War have stated they wanted to create a realistic war experience to give people a glimpse at what War veterans had faced. The end results were a bit mixed but they definitely were able to cross new boundaries. Attack dogs are nothing new, if memory serves they are still used in many parts of the world today.

    Yesterday PETA joined the cause,

    Call Of Duty: World At War: PETA Fights Call Of Duty Dog Killing With Nintendogs

    The author makes a good point, forget about breaking Nazi Germany stereotypes, instead we should focus on making the lives better for the virtual dogs.
     
  2. Steve G

    Steve G Senior Member

    The publicly avowed aim of Ingrid Newkirk and her following of Petaphiles is to 'Release Dogs from the chains of their slavery to mankind'. This they hope to achieve by the simple expedient of killing the Dogs.

    Those people are FUBAR. Completely. In the head.
     
  3. Recce_Mitch

    Recce_Mitch Very Senior Member

    These people should get a life.

    Cheers
    Paul
     
  4. cash_13

    cash_13 Senior Member

    Isn't Peta the same stupid bitch that is heavily pregnant and got on to all fours outside Jamie Olivers new restaurant in Brighton to protest about the cramped up condition that pregnant pigs have to travel in when they are transported.......

    Only problem is we have not used the type of containers that she is on about in this country for quite a few years as they were made illegal.........

    Thick cow......as Paul says get a life
     
  5. Passchendaele_Baby

    Passchendaele_Baby Grandads Little Girl

    ... Get a life... i mean seriously
     

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