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Pakistan Bans COD:BO2 and MoH:W


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Two popular video games have been ordered removed from store shelves in Pakistan, after shop owners there complained that the games portray their country as an incubator for terrorism.


“Call of Duty: Black Ops II” and “Medal of Honor: Warfighter” are war-themed games where the player gets to shoot enemies and, according to the shop owners, show Pakistan and the country’s prime intelligence agency, the Inter Services Intelligence, as supporting Al Qaeda and jihadi organizations.


The controversial games were removed from shelves countrywide by stores after the All Pakistan CD, DVD, Audio Cassette Traders and Manufacturers Association (APCDACTM) released a notice to boycott both games.

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that wont stop them from buying it online if thay want to


The only they could stop it is by having Steam and Origin to read their ip's in the software's desired store locations. Like us gamers going to servers streamed to PBBans is being read and displayed on your individual player index. I'm not sure about pirating illegal games in other countries though...

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