How well do you think the game would be, if you only had one life? Basically you chose your army and you fight, but you must actually learn tactics and battlefield game play. You do every aspect of a soldier's life on the battlefield, giving a unique and interesting prospect. It starts out you are thrust into an special squad depending on the role and what time you join the game, then you will have to dedicate yourself. As you fight the war, the battlefield you in can be shaped and changed to your actions. Constant changing environment and evolving tactics to achieve victory. If you actually do die in the game, you would have to make a completely new character and start over which underscores surviving. If the war is won, battlefield is reset. The war can last as long as their is other enemies on the battlefield or they surrender allowing for their character to stay alive for another conflict. Players can also experience PoW, which means they must wait for their allies to free them or the game is over. Each theater of war earns medals and goes towards achieving better equipment. If the engine could sustain it, vehicles can be involved as well as aircraft to bring the real feeling of war to the battlefield.
Do you think this type of game-play would succeed in giving people a real and authentic play?
Edited by Uncle Sam, 22 May 2013 - 02:39 AM.
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