There are those attacking Call of Duty: Black Ops for its frame rate, or its glitches, but this one is new — the Cuban government has labeled the highly anticipated shooter as “doubly perverse propaganda” for its depiction of an assassination attempt on former president Fidel Castro’s life.

(warning, spoilers ahead)

State run news website Cubadebate, takes the latest entry in the series to task for a mission that see’s you going through Havana on a mission to take out a young Castro. “What the United States couldn’t accomplish in more than 50 years, they are now trying to do virtually,” the site reads.  The writer goes on to say that the game “stimulates sociopathic attitudes in North American children and adolescents.” Ouch.

Check back for our Call of Duty: Black Ops review tomorrow!

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