"These games are now trying to portray things and tell stories around current events," said Casey Lynch, editor-in-chief of the gaming site IGN.com. "When you're dealing with current topics, there's a higher level of sensitivity. I think most people would agree there's not the same level of sensitivity when compared to old World War II or Vietnam War games."
"I think there's still going to be people out there using their expertise and experience in the military that will help bring entertainment products to life, whether it's in games, movies or other things," said Lynch of IGN.com. "I imagine after what happened with this situation that people will be a little more sensitive and careful."