Battlefield 2 is a first-person shooting game set in a frightening World War III scenario. Players can fight for one of three military superpowers: the United States, China, or a Middle East coalition. The goal is to rise through the ranks and attain the ultimate title of commander. "Battlefield isn't about the players, it's about the team. If you have a good team and a good commander, you're unstoppable!" Feghali exclaims. To an outsider to the video game world, or someone who watches the news, the irony is obvious. But not to the players apparently. "Kids don't take it seriously," Feghali explains. "They never think about something greater, like Iraq. They just think about the fun game." The gamers shout and laugh as something explodes on the screen before them. "That was awesome," says a slight, prepubescent boy who wanders over to the cash register. "Can I get another two hours?"