Gitmo: the video game

CBS reports that Scottish gamemakers are coming out with "Rendition: Guantanamo," a video game for XBox. Moazzam Begg, a Briton detained at the U.S. military prison for three years, advised the company and helped them depict Gitmo realistically.  The game takes place in the future, after Guantanamo’s closure and the player uses guns to defeat ...

CBS reports that Scottish gamemakers are coming out with "Rendition: Guantanamo," a video game for XBox. Moazzam Begg, a Briton detained at the U.S. military prison for three years, advised the company and helped them depict Gitmo realistically. 

The game takes place in the future, after Guantanamo's closure and the player uses guns to defeat mercenaries trying to keep them as lab rats. 

Now we know what Cheney's grandkids are getting for Xmas? 

CBS reports that Scottish gamemakers are coming out with "Rendition: Guantanamo," a video game for XBox. Moazzam Begg, a Briton detained at the U.S. military prison for three years, advised the company and helped them depict Gitmo realistically. 

The game takes place in the future, after Guantanamo’s closure and the player uses guns to defeat mercenaries trying to keep them as lab rats. 

Now we know what Cheney’s grandkids are getting for Xmas? 

Annie Lowrey is assistant editor at FP.

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