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    Finally! A real war video game


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    Re: Finally! A real war video game

    I would rather have a football equivalent video game such as looking at game film, running the obstacle course, eating buffets, learning the playbook.


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    Re: Finally! A real war video game

    Quote Originally Posted by Wesley View Post
    I would rather have a football equivalent video game such as looking at game film, running the obstacle course, eating buffets, learning the playbook.
    I would play that game.



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    Re: Finally! A real war video game

    That is absolutely hilarious. I've sent that on to my ex-Marine brother in law and current Marine cousin.



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    Re: Finally! A real war video game

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclonepride View Post
    That is absolutely hilarious. I've sent that on to my ex-Marine brother in law and current Marine cousin.
    It's only funny because it's true. Maybe that's why not many people have responded.



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    Re: Finally! A real war video game

    classic, like the wii 17 pound controller, haha.



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    Re: Finally! A real war video game

    Check out the "Obama's Teleprompter" fails story...hillarious stuff.


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    Re: Finally! A real war video game

    This video is great.

    Do military people dislike these type of games? You know, like musicians hate Guitar Hero/Rock Band?



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    Re: Finally! A real war video game

    can we get WMD's to use



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    Re: Finally! A real war video game

    Quote Originally Posted by Drive4cy View Post
    This video is great.

    Do military people dislike these type of games? You know, like musicians hate Guitar Hero/Rock Band?
    I can at least speak for myself when I say no. Most of the younger guys in my unit own at least one of the games, so I don't think you'll find really anyone that's against these types of games. I've never heard that musicians are against Guitar Hero/Rock Band before. That's actually more sad than anything else.



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