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JFK: Reloaded is a "historical simulation" quasi-video game, designed to
recreate the John F. Kennedy assassination. It is noted for its
controversial subject matter, and was released November 22, 2004 (the
41st anniversary of the event) by Scotland-based Traffic Games. The
game's developers insisted their intentions were to "bring history to
life", and help prove the Warren Commission's findings.
Reloaded puts the player in the role of Kennedy's alleged assassin, Lee
Harvey Oswald. The player is then scored on how closely one's version of
the assassination matches the report of the Warren Commission.
According to the company, the primary aim of the game was "to establish
the most likely facts of what happened on 1963-11-22 by running the
world's first mass-participation forensic construction", the theory
being that a player could help prove that Lee Harvey Oswald had the
"means and the opportunity to commit the crime", and thus help prove the
Warren Commission's findings.
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