Call of Duty ex-director says US military could learn from COD

According to Dave Anthony, the Call of Duty franchise’s former game director, in regards to unpopular national security ideas. the United States government could learn a few things from AAA video game titles/series such as Call of Duty, specifically their marketing strategies and campaigns. He believes that disfavored national security policies or ideas can be pushed into generally positive public acceptance similarly to how prominent video game industry giants market new features in their respective games.

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1416d ago Replies(4)
Wikkid6661416d ago (Edited 1416d ago )

What... he wants our troops to die from horrible lag and lag compensation???

sAVAge_bEaST1416d ago

He also advocates a Police State, and Troops in schools, like rangers on airplanes...

(Don't worry, he has a way to Market/Brainwash it to you)

FsterThnFTL1416d ago

Great just what we needed, the Pentagon being run by ex COD devs. If the Pentagon and America were not already the most disliked the world over now they definitely will be.

LightDiego1416d ago

America most disliked by who?
USA is the hero of the world, when things get tough, just like ISIS in Iraq, Merica saves the day.

Activemessiah1416d ago

It's the arrogance that people don't like... the notion that "God favours us" is laughable at best if not tragically hopeless.


Yeah on how to be a camper

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