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@cymartin He's not the one maintaining the game is realistic, authentic, whatever you want to call it. And as for the argument the locations can be realistic, authentic, yet the gameplay doesn't need to be: doesn't the crux of the game revolve around shooting? Yes, Tom bandies on about regenerating health but his wider point is that these games are supposedly based on real-life exploits, when in fact they make the whole idea of warfare an act of enjoyment. Basically, Warfighter is directly competing with Call of Duty. That's fine, just don't use realism as a buzzword to generate sales.

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@zReiGn If it's not a military simulator why does Goodrich maintain it's "authentic," and promote the input of Tier 1 soldiers. Why doesn't he openly admit it's all about slack-jawed entertainment.

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@cymartin All Tom is saying is there's a niche market that the likes of EA don't exploit; yet they maintain the game is authentic to rope in gamers who might enjoy a taste of "modern warfare." But it's not authentic. If anything, it's belittling to the real soldiers who fight these wars.Yes, they've gotten input from Tier 1 soldiers, but this is another marketing ploy above all else.

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There was an article on this elsewhere a month ago. http://www.thunderboltgames.com/opinion/article/a-gungho-kind-of-war-opinion-for-ps3-xbox-360-pc.html

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