Microsoft may make budget-balancing game for US government
Bipartisan commission has reportedly contacted Steve Ballmer about making a game that could let any US citizen suggest ways to deflate ballooning national debt.
America's Army bill: $32.8 million
Government tallies total budget for free-to-play first-person shooter and military recruitment tool's first decade of development.
British Army launches game-based recruitment
"Start Thinking Soldier" campaign to target online games players; Army says two-thirds of 17- to 21-year-olds have no career path in mind.
Cheaper by the Dozen: A Look at Free Action Games
In this new age of economic recession, getting something for nothing is as appealing as ever, and GameSpot is here to help you navigate the free-game terrain.
Q&A: Virtual Heroes training real heroes
PSPs teaching Hilton hoteliers? Silent Hill artists training Special Forces with RPGs? Grand Theft Auto designers helping police and paramedics? It's all in a day's work for CEO Jerry Heneghan's ...
Antiwar group targets Ubisoft, America's Army
Group claims publisher and US military are recruiting children in violation of international law.
Serious games in the services: Army vs. Navy
The US armed forces are getting into the world of gaming, and they aren't playing around.
America's Army update live
[UPDATE] New download for US Army-made first-person shooter adds two new maps, training mission, and more.
America's Army Updated Impressions - The Q Course
The Army's successful gaming project is getting a major update in May, and this one is focused on gamers.
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