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Originally posted by TristanBW9456
I doubt they would warn us in video games.
Originally posted by Bob LaoTse
Nah-- I don't think it's either deliberate advocacy or a deliberate warning about the New World Order. I think it's far more likely that game programmers often have obscure interests, and/or recognize that gamers often have obscure interests, and they include such things so that gamers will see them and think, "Wow-- that's cool/weird/scary/bizarre."
Or maybe that's just what I'm supposed to think.
Originally posted by syrinx high priest
why would they warn us if the plan is to kill us ?
Originally posted by Spawwwn
Well i'm a huge video gamer and have been all my life. I've played everything from atari to xbox360, and consider myself a video game expert. What's really scary to me is the abundance of war simulation games out now. Call of duty, socom.....the list goes on. Aside from being incredibly complex to play, i have taken a strict vow to never play them as i think they are secretly training recruits. Think about it, what better way to get young fresh recruits? They probly have subliminal messages or something in them...plus the make the idea of being in war and going to war very appealing. This may sound crazy but i have a friend who said he felt like joining the army after he rented call of duty 2 for xbox. He said it went away after a week, but he said he was playing the game so much it just got inside his head or something. Like he actually wanted to be on the battle-field and stuff. Like me he also is an avid gamer, and he said nothing like that ever happened to him in the entire time he had been a gamer, so we both agreed that playing war games is BAD!
Now i was around before the whole video game violence and rating thing was an issue, and it's not the violence i have a problem with..it's more or less the brainwashing. You never know especially with online gaming nowadays...they mite be looking at the top halo player as a possible army sargent of the future. I think the plan is to get a young generation comfortable with the idea of fighting in a war, so that when they grow up they will join the military and fight the war of the future. Maybe some of the weapons they use are really military pre-prototypes that they are using in a real simulated enviornment? What better way to test out a new weapon than in a falsifed, yet completley real enviornment. The thing is, nowadays games are so real it's like realer than real life...even tho that sounds crazy. And they want the idea of "fighting for your country" to be so engrained in the youth, that in the future when they want to fite god knows what crazy war for what crazy reason, they will have a larger number of people that would like that idea and not even relize it.
As for NWO stuff hidden in them...yeah they are in there, and then again they aren't. Games are full of secrets, it's one of the reasons they are so much fun...i don't know if it's good or bad, but yes certain hidden meanings ARE there.
That's why i stick to grand theft auto and fighting games! They give me what i want out of a game which is an escape from real life. I dont wanna be sitting there playing some war simulation, if i wanted war i'd just go to iraq or something. When the revolution comes, you can bet your @$$ that i'll be skilled at 3 things: runnin away from the cops, using a rocket laucher, and whoopin some serious @$$ with my matrix kung fu abilities!
Originally posted by GeniusSage
The ultimate conspiracy game is Deus Ex. It truelly focuses on believable conspiracys, real world locations and organisations. Highly recommended to all ATS users!