The battered car bounces over the rutted dust road, mercilessly jarring you as you cling on for dear life in the back seat. The driver hasn’t stopped talking since you left the airport - he clearly believes that his country is self-destructing.
This scooped the award for best military game at the recent Spike video game awards in the US, and it’s not hard to see why. It’s perhaps the best first-person shooter ever made, better even than this year’s blockbuster, Halo 3.
In this online-only, third-person Battlefield-style shooter, you play as an identikit soldier for one of two armies whose raison d’être is simple – destroy the opposing forces.