ArmA 2 is many things. It's a passable flight sim . It's an often shockingly-realistic shooter . It's a robust map and scenario editor . It's a realiable way to shoot down Santa Claus with an anti-aircraft gun. It's an authentic depiction of battle goats .
We (well, I ) like ArmA 2. And its stand-alone, desert-set expansion is the best way to play it. We've got three copies to give away. Want one? Comment on this post with a mention of your favorite weapon, vehicle, or other equipment in Operation Arrowhead ( here's a list ) by Friday, August 13--we'll private message the winners through their PC Gamer account.