Remember that cute chick who was offended at the idea of killing dogs in Call of Duty: World at War? Well, that young lass now has some major backup in her corner.
I am, of course, speaking of the domestic terrorist organization PeTA.
In a statement released to GamePolitics, those People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals express their disgust:
Not since we were pitted against Nazi attack dogs when we first escaped from Castle Wolfenstein 17 years ago have we seen such barbaric treatment of dogs in gameplay as we did in Call of Duty, World of War.
To help the folks at Activision Blizzard learn about the ethical treatment of animals, we’re offering to let them take PETA’s “Developing Empathy for Animals” free of charge and are sending a package of Nintendogs games to their office. Read more