Skip to comments.N. Korea: New video game on Kim Jong-un gains popularity worldwide
Posted on 05/02/2011 7:35:00 AM PDT by TigerLikesRooster
(LEAD) (Yonhap Feature) New video game on Kim Jong-un gains popularity worldwide
By Tony Chang
SEOUL, May 2 (Yonhap) -- North Korean leader Kim Jong-il's heir-apparent son takes over the helm of his destitute communist country in 2012. He reunites the two Koreas, for which he is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, but he takes further aim at world domination.
The 20-something son, Kim Jong-un, who in real life is still being groomed to succeed his father as the country's next leader, is the very villain to shoot down in a new U.S. video game currently on sale worldwide.
The PlayStation 3-version box cover art for Homefront, a North
Korea-themed video game published by THQ Inc.
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This game actually came out like two months ago. I played it. Good. Not great. Best first-person shooter is still Bad Company 2.
Is he still ronery?
I haven’t played this yet, will soon. I like the background story of him getting Nobel Peace Prize, a bit of a jab at their habit of awarding it to some of the most undeserving people in the world.