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[citation][nom]Brandon S[/nom]If the police and soldiers of our government learn how to fight from video games they will start using rpg's on single soldiers, and sniper rifles from 10ft away.[/citation]
Not to mention picking up a grenade whenever they see 1 and hurl it back at enemies
 

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[citation][nom]Brandon S[/nom]If the police and soldiers of our government learn how to fight from video games they will start using rpg's on single soldiers, and sniper rifles from 10ft away.[/citation]

completely right. it would be kinda cool to see that though.
 

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A veteran soldier will become famous after he writes a book called "The Art Of Teabag" and The Art Of Camping"

He will write about how efficient is to "shoot n' melee" too, using words like n00b, h4x0r, OWNED, PWND.
 

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Nobody here seems to believe that Gov't agencies will create more realistic 'games' with this ?

It's like comparing MS Flight Simulator with an FFS Level D commercial Flight Simulator.
Having virtually unlimited funds goes a long way in creating rather realistic 'games' :)


 

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The US Govt (including DoD), has been using game tech for years for simulations/training developments. It makes sense on many levels, especially in regard to costs and effectiveness.
 

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[citation][nom]Brandon S[/nom]If the police and soldiers of our government learn how to fight from video games they will start using rpg's on single soldiers, and sniper rifles from 10ft away.[/citation]

Or camping, or wasting $100,000 guided missiles on a handful of soldiers, or valuing Kill to Death ratio and glory over teamwork.
 
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