- Jul 30, 2013
A game demonizing the US as the evil dictators already exists. As does TV shows and movies.Waaghpowa said:All these people telling China to "lighten up". What do you think would happen if someone made a game portraying America in the same way China was in Battlefield? The Right wing in America would be throwing a shit fit about FREEDOM! and try to ban it.
It's easy to say "Lighten up" when your country is the one being portrayed as the heroic "protectors of freedom". Fictional or not.
Hypocrisy all around, not just China.
The game you want to look up is called The Glorious Mission. The game generally is about a land dispute between Japan and China, that means the untied states military is part of the Antagonists of the game. I'm not exactly burning down villages over this.
The United States, Europe, and Japan account for the vast majority of games made in the world, war games primarily come from the United States so of course we are used to the same batch of soldiers. With China's recent advancement it makes sense that they're now joining the group of soldiers.
When war games are made someone has to be the antagonist or nothing is going to happen. I'll also call out your "hypocrisy" comment and say this, The Glorious mission is a little active in it's "propaganda" steps as apposed to what actually happens in the Battlefield 4 campaign, which I'm sure almost no one has played because who the hell says "I got battlefield for the campaign".