中国网络游戏 射击目标瞄准美国士兵

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导读:译文简介:“在中国,如今的网络游戏中,射击目标正瞄向美国士兵” “新版游戏中,玩家们正在向美国士兵射击” 不管他们是士兵,歹徒,甚至毫不相干的人;今天,世界上最流行的游戏就是射人。 [img][/img] 以下是评论: (Comments) Carl May 21st, 2011 12:33 am ET I would rather my troop get actual experience then ha

译文简介:“在中国,如今的网络游戏中,射击目标正瞄向美国士兵” “新版游戏中,玩家们正在向美国士兵射击” 不管他们是士兵,歹徒,甚至毫不相干的人;今天,世界上最流行的游戏就是射人。

中国网络游戏 射击目标瞄准美国士兵



Carl May 21st, 2011 12:33 am ET

I would rather my troop get actual experience then have them sit on a couch and play a game. Who do you think would win, troops that have been fighting for the last 20 years or some farm boys from a rice field playing video games? You choose.


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Jeremy, SV, AZ. May 21st, 2011 12:43 am ET

Well I guess they have to be able to beat us somehow . The only thing even semi-concerning about this is "IF" it was asked to be developed by the Chinese Gov.. and that Gov.. specifically asked for the enemies to be American Service Members. If that is true then yes it would be a little strange but I am just not worried about them. People always talk about the 1million man Army china has.. well that makes lots of targets. Not to mention the amount of necessities (food, water, equipment etc...) that it would take to invade America. They would have to conquer Canada or Mexico just to get a running start. Personally I would have to agree with THQ "they're just not that scary." they really aren't scary IMO.


watabu May 21st, 2011 1:06 am ET

I played Fallout 3, shows US troops killing Chinese. Don't make a big deal out of it, we started the ball rolling. We can picture the Russians, South Americans, Chinese, and just about any country as "terrorists" or "enemy" groups, yet freak out when someone has the US as villains in a game. Good grief...


Chris May 21st, 2011 1:16 am ET

Having played BattleField2 (BF2) many time which in varying maps pitches the US military versus a fictitious Middle Eastern force or the Chinese army I don't see any complaint about this as being anything other than ridiculous hypocrisy. When we stop building games that have us shooting other nations' soldiers then we'll have a leg to stand on. Until then, shush.


Taylor Wren May 21st, 2011 1:25 am ET

Personally I don't see the big deal with what China is doing with there video games. America has created video games video games with enemies like North Korea and Russia and you don't hear many people complain. It would be hypocritical for the USA to argue against American soldiors used as the enemy when we continuously do the exact same thing.


Aaron May 21st, 2011 3:16 am ET

Does this mean Red Dawn is going to get published finally as it was intended?


中国网络游戏 射击目标瞄准美国士兵

zyan globosits May 21st, 2011 3:18 am ET

This is just plain out wrong, china certainly has no respect for the U.S, already they are proclaiming superiority over us, we wouldn't ever have made a game with the U.S fighting china.

all of our games fight terrorists, who only seek to kill innocent civilians


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Nick May 21st, 2011 4:20 am ET

They should not be doing this, the games that target china aren't US military made games. This might be a bit of a political problem for china, especially if we are trying to strengthen military ties with each other. Frankly I do have an issue with this, if we are going to be allies we shouldn't have a MILITARY made war game targeting an allied nation. But hey if they want a war, we'll give 'em war.


mike May 21st, 2011 4:29 am ET

its kind off cool. i dont see the problem its just games shitt... we do it in the us all the time.


Ryan May 21st, 2011 6:39 am ET

Who cares, I don't think this is going to hurt relations. No worse than playing paintball against each other.


MM May 21st, 2011 6:50 am ET

Um, I'm going to assume you are joking zyan. A lot of American games and movies have foreign nations (Russia, Bosnia, Korea etc.) as the "bad guys". Shouldn't make a difference if it's the other way around.


Harrier May 21st, 2011 7:18 am ET

This is interesting and newsworthy for several reasons. The first is who is behind the game – the PLA. It would seem that they view the United States and her Soldiers (Sailors, Marines, etc.) as a potential enemy. The continued expansion of their military strength (driven by their economic engine), specifically their navy should be news... and this growing juggernaut has the United States in its sights. The game teaches their soldiers to see US troops as hostile. This is an important step in training your soldiers to kill an enemy. In this case, a specific enemy, a US Soldier.

很有趣,也颇具新闻价值。貌似在将美国和美国士兵(水手,水兵等)视为潜在敌人。美国军队的持续扩张(由他们的经济引擎驱使),促使了网络游戏也将其设计为攻打的对象。游戏教育士兵将美国军队视为敌人。教你的士兵扪杀敌是重要的一步。在这种情况下 ,一个明确的敌人,美国士兵。

The second important lesson to take from this is that if there is a conflict with China, the United States will not have as distinct a technological advantage as they did during the Korean War. During the Korean War the US had air and sea superiority on a peninsula. The Chinese had decent equipment and massive numbers to counter this. The difference today is that the Chinese still have superior numbers but they have come a long way in shrinking the technological gap. A trump card for the US has been the persistent fighting that they have been involved in for the past 10 years. While it has not involved large scale armies, it has taught many lessons of leadership to junior and senior US commanders. This cannot be discounted. The current US force is exceptionally well trained and motivated and would be a terrifying enemy.


It would be amazingly foolish if these two great civilizations decide that fighting is better than working together to solve the problems of the world. And there are many problems to be addressed. I see the game mentioned above as more of a PR nightmare for the Chinese than a successful training tool. It has the potential to disrupt US/Chinese relations and will be a limited tool for training.


jesse May 21st, 2011 8:07 am ET

Seriously.... why should we be offended? If anything, we should take it as a complement. They apparently see our military as a big enough threat on a global scale to train useing us as a prime example of what they'll be up agenst. No biggie. Are the Germans bent over backwords because we've been making WWII games about them for more than 20 years? At least this is more like a complement than an insult.


Dylan May 21st, 2011 9:16 am ET

As a game is understandable. We have our games to shoot every type of nationality. I don't really agree that it's used train military though. A case like that the enemy shouldn't be given a nationality. Seems like they are trained to recognize and kill American soldiers then.


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arathans May 21st, 2011 9:23 am ET

"all of our games fight terrorists.." what a bunch of crap. there are a number of games where american forces fight china. and that Winston Churchill quote, speaks more about the human spirit then america. hell i remember last year america getting upset cause china has themselves a stealth fighter.


DOG_BAWLZ (ptsd) PS3 May 21st, 2011 11:38 am ET

I play COD, BF2, and FO2 and many more. There is no difference than U.S gamers running around BOPS shooting up Somalia’s, Russians, Chinese, or Al Qiada. I'm sure many gamers in the U.S has friended a Chinese gamer to their friends list thanks to Internet capability.

我玩COD, BF2和FO2还有其他一些游戏。这无异于美国游民“打”索马里人,俄罗斯人,中国人。多亏了互联网,我肯定已经有许多美国游民将中国游民加入到了他们的好友名单里。

carrotroot May 21st, 2011 4:12 pm ET

We have plenty of games were the Chinese are the bad guys, and you don't see their media complaining. But when they make a game where we are the bad guys our media makes a huge stink about it. Come on grow up CNN.


joe May 21st, 2011 6:37 pm ET

You americans are so dumb. The way things are now, nothing can be done because the US owes china so much debt but the chinese economy relies heavily on the US purchasing their junk.


usamare May 21st, 2011 7:43 pm ET

In the fantasy world of video games, nationalism gets checked at the door when you press start.

Even so, I honestly can't imagine Chinese developers making a lot of games in which their own army is the primary antagonist.


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Omar, Riverside, California May 23rd, 2011 6:56 am ET

I have a problem with the following.

The game was co-developed by the People's Liberation Army's Nanjing branch, and is (for now) intended for use by soldiers as a training aid.

Chinese Military and the wack jobs that run that country are training for a face off against the USA. And CNN blows it off as well its just a game. That is the problem.



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