You’ll always remember your baby’s firsts. The first time they stood up on those chubby little legs and stumbled towards you. The first sweet words that came out of their mouth. The first time they picked up a grenade launcher and blasted another kiddo into submission. PaciFire, an MMO shooter for the angry destructive baby in you, finally figured out what Call of Duty has been missing all these years: diapers, apparently.
Finally, a game that portrays children as the ruthless killing machines they actually are. Schedule a playdate with up to 24 of your friends from around the world. Subsequently ruin your friendships with all of them by nailing them in the face with dirty diapers. Don’t worry. You won’t kill anyone. That’d be kind of dark, don’t you think? These are babies. You’re just putting them down for a long nap.
I know what you’re thinking. “Won’t it be strange to see babies crawling through the trenches of Vietnam?” Stop thinking that, weirdo. They’re not going to ‘Nam. The playground is a battlefield. So is your crib. And a giant cereal bowl . . . ? And some kind of tubular monstrosity?