First there was Splinter Cell and the Korean government, then Rainbow Six Vegas and the mayor of Las Vegas, and now Mayor Héctor Murguía Lardizábal of Mexican border town Juarez wants one of Ubisoft's flagship titles banned. Declaring GRAW 2 to be economically harmful, encouraging tension between the US and Mexico, as well as painting a bad picture of his town, Lardizábal stated in the El Paso Times that he wants the Mexican federal authorities to ban the game.
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Mexican Mayor Wants 'Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2' (ALL) Banned
by Rainier on March 10, 2007 @ 1:12 a.m. PST
Tom Clancys Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 builds off of the events in the first game and places gamers in control of the U.S. militarys elite fighting unit, the Ghosts. In the year 2014, the rising conflict between Mexican loyalists and insurgent rebel forces has thrown Mexico into full-scale civil war. Under the command of Captain Scott Mitchell, the Ghosts are called upon to face an imminent threat to the United States. The fate of two countries now lies in the hands of the Ghosts as they fend off an attack on U.S. soil. Equipped with the most cutting-edge weaponry and technology, the Ghosts must battle on both sides of the border to neutralize the escalating rebel threat.