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Hello, They talked about this controversial video game in a french public radio called France Culture. --Pixeltoo 20:32, 26 October 2007 (UTC)

Maybe breakthrough can also create a game about people who get held up, robbed, and screwed by the corrupt courts and police officers in Mexico. We can call it SITA (Screwed In The Ass). I'm sure that SITA would go a long in clearing up the misconception that the aformentioned actions are illegal. That's just a silly American viewpoint, because these are all legal in Mexico!

Seriously though, if they're going to make a game targeting the United States' stance on illegal (they don't like to use that word much on their site, eh?) immigration, then they should also focus on the European countries that follow similar laws. Most countries even have laws that prevent "anchor babies" from humpbacking their parents into the country. In fact, Mexico has some pretty mean laws when it comes to South American immigrants. That could be the extreme difficulty mode in ICED 2. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 00:08, 27 February 2008 (UTC)