Warco: You videotape the war

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Wes R

Legendary Member
Kind of neat. It's nice to see a new take on the FPS genre as it gets kind of tedious as everything seems the same.
 

Scareb

Sr Member
A cool concept but a guaranteed failure, this will appeal to a very small group of people and won't make a lot of money.
 

Wes R

Legendary Member
It'll sell well with folks who like to do covert sneaking style things. On the downside if you have no way to defend yourself it might be a very short game.
 

CB2001

Master Member
I hope this thing accurately simulates what its like to do the documentary style of filmmaking. Seriously, this idea sounds pretty nifty.
 

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Wes R

Legendary Member
I'd hope they'd interview movie makers and combat camera crews and reporters to get a feel for it.
 

Wes R

Legendary Member
^Actually that may be what gets me to try it once it's used. The fallout games kind of spoiled me with having the ability to make moral choices. I wish more games had it, especially if they want to make it feel more real world. The down side to these types of things in games is it tends to reveal stuff about yourself you never knew.
 

Scareb

Sr Member
You gotta remember that you're an embedded reporter. You video tape, thats it. No shooting, no actual effect on the battlefield.
 

Art Andrews

Community Owner
Community Staff
^Actually that may be what gets me to try it once it's used. The fallout games kind of spoiled me with having the ability to make moral choices. I wish more games had it, especially if they want to make it feel more real world. The down side to these types of things in games is it tends to reveal stuff about yourself you never knew.
Do you really think so? I loved the Fallout games, but to me the "moral" choices in the game are always pretty black and white and never truly gray and I think warco just sounds like an opportunity to show soldiers in unflattering and compromised situations and make them look bad. I would love to be wrong, but this game sounds like a setup to push an agenda.
 

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Wes R

Legendary Member
Yeah I have a feeling there probably is an agenda but it's an interesting feature that at some point the game industry is going to have to deal with as people want more and more realism. It may very well be a feature that makes the game not sell. Have to wait in see because i'm sure if the agenda is there veterans groups and others will speak up. it could be really bad for the company in the end though.
 

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