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"Iran denied the game a license to be sold in Iran, which means it won’t be sold there." ... Really? Did you really feel the first half of the sentence wasn't clear enough?
Well, the religious extremist dictatorship of Iran has a point. ArmA III represents the Iranian military as moderately competent, and that's obviously untrue; look at their track record against Iraqi border villagers, for example.
Ha. The Ayatollah should lighten up huh.
This may seem harsh, but imagine if developers from Iran were trying to sell a game here that made the US look evil, and fighting US was the main point of the game. I mean, really, I can see where they're coming from with it.
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