The US Army's award-winning computer game has come under fire from parents who have criticised it for glorifying violence.
America's Army was designed to encourage teens into the military by showing them what life in action is like.
According to the BBC the game is considered too violent by some US parents' groups, who are threatening to take legal action. They say the virtual images of marksmanship are too close to reality.
The BBC quotes one parent who said he would sue because his 10-year-old son "is at greater risk" from classmates who train obsessively on these shooter games.
But the US Army countered that America's Army is about all values, including discipline, and that players who misbehave or shoot somebody they are not supposed to get kicked out or end up in virtual military prison.
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