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Beijing surrenders to online gamers

The Chinese government, who once labelled video games as "electronic heroin" has now turned to game development in the ongoing battle for hearts and minds.

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BlackWolf1257d ago

It's ironic that after labeling games as a bad thing, they are making a game themselves. That aside, if that picture is from in-game, it's a good looking game.

ThatGuy21257d ago

Yea,the lighting is really nice.Maybe they using a secretly unlicensed version of cry-engine?Who knows!!!
China dose all of fishy things lol......

ScubbaSteve1256d ago

The Chi-Engine is totally not the cry-engine

Trunkz Jr1256d ago

Time to start translating Battlefield and Call of Duty into Chinese.

shutUpAndTakeMyMoney1256d ago (Edited 1256d ago )

This was shown at an nvidia conference last year.
https://www.youtube.com/wat...
https://www.youtube.com/wat...

Nvidia is helping then with the technology.

DeadSpaced1257d ago

I'm actually curious as to the gameplay. Maybe I'll find a way to get my hands on a copy.

MurDocINC1256d ago

It's like ArmA 2, which most people won't like.

CaptCalvin1256d ago

Reminds me of that America's Army game from a while back.

aliengmr1256d ago

Not sure why people disagree. Would like to hear why.

But yea, AA was a recruitment tool. Which is apparently what this is intended to do as well.

DigitalSmoke1256d ago

America is far from clean when it come's to things like these, better yet, they are the best at it.

Hydralysk1256d ago

Not that it'll stop them from scapegoating games when something terrible happens though...

b_one1256d ago (Edited 1256d ago )

Consoles are banned with a reason, they are closed hardware, PCs are more open. All this PLA crap is well known in "our" shooters but they named it "Join XS Army"

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