I don't think anyone who is sane 'wants' war, so I do understand your point. But the main, core, issue here is that there is always something that someone wants that others posses. Now, wanting something that you don't have from someone is, I believe, a core human characteristic, just like sex is instinctual, we as humans want to better our life, that includes accumulation of possession(money) in our capitalistic world. It's both micro and macro too, from countries (political class) to individuals, money is power, power is money... everything else just transforms into/from it. So, if you can't change human nature, you're left to remove the one variable (money) that can be controlled. The only way to do so is, that's where you're 100% right, education. If we were to spend time and resources to educate everyone about history as much as we waste about entertainment(stupid entertainment, ala 99% on TV) then war wouldn't exist as we wouldn't be repeating the same errors and the population wouldn't allow its leaders to steer the country into that direction. But we live in a society that isn't, at all, educated nor empowering its citizens to change anything. Leaving us with most of the educated population not giving a s**t and the non-educated just staying in their ignorant bliss. The quote I love the most about our society is; How would you explain what a smartphone is to someone from 1800? - It's a device that I can use almost anywhere in the world to access the entire repository of knowledge of mankind (internet). - Wow! How do you use it? - I use it to look at cat pictures (entertainment), to tell everyone how I feel (facebook) and to ensure my memory is never practiced (immediate question-answer, no retention). Thus, war... and military forces are inevitable. That's why I believe saving lives with better training tools is far less offensive than anything else, including sex. At the end, Unity just helps by allowing to; 1) build things to patch the problem (military serious games) and 2) fix it (educational games). So back to the sex subject; whatever that empowers people to create a product that can help us live as better humans (removing the taboo around sex and educating people about it) is a good thing.