It's amazing what some ppl can make out of nothing, I don't know quite how you've created that twist on the storyline of WC3 but you're way off the mark.
A game where you're fighting an enemy sort of *has* to be patriotic.
Now, as for the Congress and other similar issues... yes, of course there is a certain tendency to make the game 'American'. You could similarly say that the use of the English language makes the game very pro-English.
And aren't the Kilrathi based more on Rome than Japan, that's what i always thought, and in that case, the humans would be akin to the germanic tribes who destroyed Rome. The germanic tribes destroyed a great civilization and therefore wouldnt' that mean that humans were barbarians that destroyed a great civilization?
Originally posted by Quarto
Personally, I would say that WC3 does not attempt in any way to justify the bombing of Japan. The storyline never tries to persuade the player that destroying Kilrah is the right thing to do - only that it's necessary. In a way, rather than solving the moral issues people still have about the end of WWII, it asks those questions again, in a much more personal way. Instead of wondering about the morality of a decision that had already been made, you are forced to make the decision yourself.