Fox urges ban on Taliban video game
Defence Secretary Liam Fox has urged shops to ban a computer game where players can act as the Taliban and kill British troops.
Dr Fox said he was "disgusted" that Medal of Honor allowed people to recreate attacks on Nato forces.
An updated version of the popular game, due to be released in October, is based on the struggle between allied special forces and the Taliban - with players being allowed to choose which side they want to represent.
A clip on the YouTube website shows a Taliban soldier fighting in southern Helmand province, where UK forces are based.
Use your bow and arrow to pop the balloons.
The arrow keys can be used to aim, Press and hold the space bar for power, releasingit to shoot.
How far can you smack the penguin? One mouse click for the penguin to dive, and another one to swing the bat.
The Challenge is easy. All you have to do is upload 1 pic a day of anything interesting. The Rules Are:
1) No pics of yourself (no one wants to have to look at you!)
2) All pics must be taken by yourself, either by a digi cam or on your phone camera. So no googling for pics!!
Thats all there is to it. Try to keep them interesting. Its surprisingly alot more difficult than you think.
I'll post my first pic later today.
Take up the challenge... if you've got what it takes.
And may the force be with you.
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Qu'ran references force worldwide LittleBigPlanet recall
Sony has confirmed that it is delaying the release of LittleBigPlanet and recalling the game from retailers worldwide because it has identified "two expressions that can be found in the Qu'ran" in one of the background songs.
The publisher has told Eurogamer that this means every copy of the game currently with retail in the world will be recalled and replaced, and retailers have started notifying customers of the hold-up.