November 24, 2016 2 Comments
James Sterrett sees right through me:
I mentioned these and a number of other factors to a co-worker (and fellow gamer) who served in Afghanistan; he was not sure the game was quite cynical enough to be accurate, but more so than A Distant Plain. You can make a case that A Distant Plain is a better game, but Kandahar feels like a better simulation, and if you are interested in the topic, it is well worth giving it playtime.
Thanks James! You have seen to the bottom of my insufficiently rotten soul.
Also, a quick link to Neal Durando’s cogent thoughts on the game, which James also references: