The shutting down of a popular game at Summerfest called Virtual Army Experience has led the army to reconsider its techniques for recruiting youngsters. “We thought an exciting romp through an urban environment in a Humvee with guns-a-blazing would excite our nation’s youth,” said Brigadier General Joe Anderson. “Apparently, Summerfest patrons are not looking for fun, so we’ve developed a game called Virtual Army Home Experience."
The experience starts with a video email from the player’s wife, saying her pregnancy is going well and that she can’t wait for your return, followed by a ride in a Humvee that gets hit by a makeshift bomb and small munitions fire.
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