There is videos on the site this is from. Check them out. ======================== The video game Medal of Honor (MoH) has gone on sale despite calls by the UK defence secretary to ban it. The game follows the exploits of Special Forces troops battling insurgents in Afghanistan in 2002. In August, Defence Secretary Dr Liam Fox called for the game to be banned after it emerged that users could fight as The Taliban. Its developer EA said the game was meant to be realistic, but eventually renamed The Taliban "The Opposition". This edition, the latest in EA's long running series of games bearing the MoH title, has dispensed with its World War II theme and opted to recreate modern combat in the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan. But with 150,000 American, British and Allied troops fighting in Afghanistan, many felt taking on the role of the Taliban was a step too far. Dr Fox described the game as "un-British" and said it was "shocking that someone would think it acceptable to recreate the acts of the Taliban against British soldiers". The Canadian and Danish Defence Ministers also criticised the game. EA weathered the storm for a few weeks, but in early October the firm bowed to pressure and took the term "Taliban" out of the multiplayer option. Complete Story Despite the change, the game is still banned from sale on military bases, although troops can purchase it elsewhere and play it on station.