The Game is Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2.
Modern warfare 1 came out in 2007 and is still at the very top of the most played online games on X-box and PlayStation. (updated weekly)
This game will be the most played game for at least the next year.
Now to the conspiracy part.
A brand new trailer for this game was just released by infinity ward (company making game) yesterday, the trailer itself is well done and plays like a
However at the very end, the last 15seconds or so the narrator continues a poem in where he reveals that the US is attacked, then it cuts to clips of
DC turned to burning rubble.
I can't help but wonder if were being geared up for an attack on Washington, i know there have been a couple of games that have come out with an
attack on American soil, but this is by far the most popular game to be played and its featuring it now.
Video games are by no means the only source of this propaganda, i have been seeing it in a lot of media venues for the last 6 months or so.
here's the vid, if you have the connection for it, visit youtube and watch the HD version.
I look forward to playing the game.
I know many will say its nothing more then a popular theme which it probably is, however i can't help but be a little bit creeped out by all of
Edited to Add:
Forgot to mention there even selling the game with a real pair of functioning military inspired night vision goggles. *for fun
This is definitely one of the games I have been waiting for all year. I mean Im all nerded-out excited for it! My mouth fell open when I saw that
DC was in flames, and not only in flames, but it seemed to be occupied too. (*Check out IGN's replay theater
HERE to follow the break down of the trailer*)
In it there is one scene where the player is being fired at from the roof of the whitehouse. After I saw the trailer, my first thought was, "man I
really hope this doesnt turn out to be art predicting life." Thats seems to be happening alot doesn't it? A few people on the forum dedicated to
the game were upset at seeing DC in flames. They felt it was disrespectful and wrong. Of course that isnt going to stop them from buying the game!
lo0ks kick ^$%^$%!. i use to be hardcore COD player,but was introduced to WOW,now all of my games are bastards... . but this lo0ks good and might
have to give wow a break i know i could use one from that damn game. but thx for the post!
It seems to me that the warning video about the D.C. attack are a viral marketing for this game, showing a video war game in the background with a
voiceover, talking about it being left as a heap of rubble. Saying also that this will happen on a sunday in October, well the game is also set for a
sunday in October release ( 11th ). Seems too fishy for mere coincidence, if it is then I fear for the future sanity, as marketing will get away with
more scary claims, just to sell a game. The world will end on such and such a date in 2012, oh no it`s just another marketing campain for a video
I dont know whether there is any conspiracy but it would not surprise me.
I have noticed how video games seem to be parallel to current events, its ironic that governments trash countries, murder people and at the opposite
end of the world the exact same thing is sold as entertainment for someone in their home.
I actually stopped playing war games a short time ago for this very reason, im not saying anyone is in the wrong for just playing a game of course.
Personally I would rather play something that is entirely fictional rather than even loosely based on the reality of war.
If the reality of the world ever really hits your head and you feel it, I doubt anyone would ever feel different to that.
This world is proof that insanity is a real thing if you think about it.
I seriously find it hard to believe that the government is intervening in the media to the point where they influenced game developers to produce a
game to "prepare US citizens for a possible attack on American Soil."
I guess I'm the skeptic of skeptics but I don't see it possible for the government to be able to cover their tracks that well. SOMEONE in the
company would have blabbed about it. People are not good at keeping secrets. Add that to prying journalists and I don't see that as happening.
"The world will end on such and such a date in 2012, oh no it`s just another marketing campain for a video game."
Martyrdom? Really? Realism? Shooting a 9mm through 5ft of rock? Realism? Really?
I think that basically, gamers are sick OF WWII GAMES. Read about that fact, it is true. I've been an avid (pc) gamer for about 10 years and an avid
console gamer my whole life. If there is one sentiment that it true across all gaming websites its the dislike for more WWII titles. How many
times/ways can you kill a nazi before you are yearning for more.
I doubt IW is involved in "awakening" the masses to a future event. If anything, its like tv and movies. They are running with a popular theme, and
branching away from tired, rehashed WWII titles.
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