Over a dozen word games offer hours of challenge as you square off against hilarious multi-ethnic computer opponents like Omar al-Wordsadi, Mikael Beatyourov, and Capt. "Smarty Pants" Price to find out once and for all who is the smartest word warrior. But that's just the tip of the iceberg. A more in-depth and difficult Veteran mode offers compelling new tasks. Can you decipher the proper nouns of possible terror cell locations in a 512-bit encrypted email? How good are you at translating Farsi to English? With Call of Duty: Modern Linguistics, the war on terror has never been more fun, or educational!That's odd. But it's not the tip of the iceberg, even:
Are you ready to fight in the greatest battle known to mankind? The war is raging, and only you can help defeat the un-American scourge of double negatives, run-on sentences, improper subject-verb agreement, and violent religious extremists hell-bent on the destruction of the United States and our way of life.Double negatives are ARCH-American. Hell, Bush uses them. And then:
In Call of Duty: Modern Linguistics, you're enlisted in a verbal boot camp designed to test your semantic knowledge and push your language skills to the breaking point. You won't find out if you could suck a golf ball through a garden hose, but you will learn the etymological root of the word "suck" and a slew of racial epithets thanks to Xbox Live support.Wait, Xbox Live support teaches a slew of racial slurs?
Friends and countrypeople, I've clearly stumbled across something I cannot comprehend. Help me out here, please: What's going on with this game and/or this ad?