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The Fame of War Games for the Computer

War recreations for the PC are one of the significant points inside the gaming business. Throughout the decade we have seen a great deal of war diversions being created and more will follow in the coming years.

It is nothing unexpected that amusement designers affection to make war recreations. In view of measurements, gamers – particularly the more youthful eras – appreciate playing them, whether it be shooting outsiders from space or Nazis from World War 2. War recreations like Gears of War, Starcraft II, and the Call of Duty arrangement have acquired a huge number of dollars to engineers. Victories like these are what attracts different engineers to hop onto the same fleeting trend.

Game play and graphics on these war games for the PC have changed dramatically over the years – from simple activities like mining minerals and building units to managing your economy even up to a political level. As for graphics, games like Crysis have brought the standard up to the next level, introducing features like real time high dynamic range lighting and great physics that push a PC’s capability almost beyond its limits.

War games for the PC are not without their controversies. Quite a number of developers were forced to make changes to their games as they were met with harsh criticism. A few examples of those criticisms are games where users get to play as members of Al-Qaeda, a game that focuses on actual events during the Afghanistan war. The public often sees this as a disrespect for those who have died in the war. But designers feel that it could actually be seen as celebrating the patriotism of those brave soldiers.

Because of those controversies, some developers have tried to take advantage of the media attention. In the upcoming game that EA is releasing, it is being reported that you can actually play the “Taliban” faction. That caused an uproar in the community and the developers had to change that to the “insurgent” faction in Iraq. Many people view this move as a very dirty advertising method. EA knew that the topic revolving around the current conflict is very sensitive but they tried to go ahead with their plans anyway, knowing the controversy would boost their sales.

While war games are gaining popularity on current generation consoles, the PC is still the best platform to play them thanks to the keyboard and mouse. In general, the mouse provides faster movements and more precise control than a controller pad. Some gamers may disagree but recent attempts by Microsoft to allow both PC and Xbox 360 gamers to compete against each other in Modern Warfare 2 ended up in failure for the Xbox players. PC gamers easily swept the floor against their counterparts.

War games for the PC will continue to grow and flourish in the gaming industry, especially in the competitive arena. After all, it’s hard to beat the feeling of bringing your huge battalion of tanks crushing over enemy territory in full glory.