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Posted: 8/30/2001 4:19:48 AM EDT
US Department of Defense to use Rogue Spear Ubi Soft licenses its tactical action game to the US military to help train soldiers. Ubi Soft Entertainment has announced that it has licensed the game engine used in its popular tactical action game Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear to the US Department of Defense. Under a contract with the US government, developer LB&B Associates will create training simulations based on the game engine for use by small-unit soldiers to help hone decision-making skills. The game engine will not be used for weapons training. "We need to train the elements of the small unit on how to prepare for a mission, how to work as a team during mission execution, and how to conduct after action debriefs, and this engine will let us do that and more," said Michael S. Bradshaw, systems division manager of LB&B. Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear is a tactical first-person shooter that was first released in August 1999. It lets players assume the role of a soldier in a small squad on a series of realistic missions. For more information, take a look at our full review of the game, and visit our Rogue Spear archive for information about the Rogue Spear mission pack and the upcoming Black Thorn expansion. Do you think games should be used as training for real-life activities? Share your thoughts in Talkback below. By Trey Walker, GameSpot PC
Link Posted: 8/30/2001 5:43:41 AM EDT
Oh boy.A bunch of us should play an online game against some Special Forces guys,and whup em! The NATO3 mod is excellent for that game.
Link Posted: 8/30/2001 5:52:20 AM EDT
violent video games are the reason that guns kill! i think this game should be banned immidiately, due to its evil, military features!
Link Posted: 8/30/2001 9:19:12 AM EDT
i want a copy ud there version :) any one remeber a while back when the marines where contemplating using a modified version of doom2
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