When you are near a computer when you save your game, then turn on your console the next time, you get to play either Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden? or The Iraq Trail. Both are games styled on Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? and The Oregon Trail, respectively. Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden? involves going around the world searching for clues about terrorism, while The Iraq Trail involves heading to the capital of Iraq to finish the invasion.
Speak to any Marine while you are disguised as one, and these are the things he will respond with:
“My father was in Vietnam. When he left the Army, he moved to India to form this rebel group that were against our involvement in the war. I heard he was killed in 1987 by an assassin from a secret organisation.” Rarest of them all, you have a 1 in 7 billion chance of getting this response, and doing so will unlock the Beast Arms Predator, an FN FAL converted into a light machine gun that holds 100 rounds, fires faster, has a longer barrel and less recoil than a standard FAL. The weapon usually costs $100,000.
“I once heard these M4s were M16s and had longer barrels, carry handles and none of this tactical rail shit.”
“Boy, searching for Laden is harder than finding a pocket pistol in a jungle.”