http://apnews.myway.com/article/20100908/D9I3U6680.html Since, I don't buy video games, I am just curious do they sell Grand Theft Auto on base? How is this game that different? If I read this correctly, the player does not have to be the Taliban, they just have the option. I know our DS has several MOH games, but I wonder did they not allow this in the other MOH games? Additionally, I kind of find this silly, if the military member really wants to play the game, he'll just go off base and buy it at Game Stop, Wal-Mart or Target. Isn't this just a move on being politically correct? The BX/PX/NX operate on any profit gets place back in the system. Thus, by not selling one of the hottest games out there, the stores lose money because the member will buy it somewhere, else which means less money into the system. It is an 18 and over game, no kid is going to get their hands on it just because the base sells it. We don't allow smoking on base, but you can still buy cigarettes on base, right? Nobody believes that by not selling cigarettes on base that the military member won't buy them somewhere else. What's the difference?