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The future is starting to look a heck of a lot scarier. Hasn't anyone seen Terminator?
Reportedly, the U.S. Army is branching out to embrace research into more paranormal aspects of military technology. As part of this unusual initiative, the military hopes to test realistic holographic soldiers in online MMOGs like World of Warcraft and Eve Online, according to the online defense journal DoD Buzz.
Among other strange experiments, the army is working on perfecting extremely realistic computer-generated entities that think, emote, and respond to human interaction of their own accord, says Dr. John Parmentola, director of research and laboratory management with the U.S. Army's science and technology office. He said these holographic 3D soldiers could be used for military training simulations and war games. To test the realistic nature of these A.I. soldiers, the army wants to unleash them into World of Warcraft to see how they interact with players.
"I actually interact with virtual humans in terms of asking them questions and they're responding," said Parmentola. "We want to use the massively multi-player online game as an experimental laboratory to see if they're go...
1. Monster Hunter P2 (PSP)
This was my first time being in a Game Concert, couldn't hold back my tears ToT, I've been playing MHP for over 1k hours.
2. Rockman (Consoles)
Never played much of this game series, but the music was nice for sure.
3. Doctor Laiton and His Mysterious Town (Translated) (Unknown)
4. Samurai Spirits (Consoles)
Played by a Japanese Traditional Instrument: Shamisen, if you've ever played Samurai Spirits, maybe you can remember the first part of the opening music, that's played by Shamisen too. This one was amazing.
5. Ninja Warriors (Unknown)
Same as 4, played by Shamisen.
6. Early works by Noburo Uematsu (FC & SFC)
Really a Noburo style lol
7. Zone of the Enders 2- Anubis (PS2)
They got the original singer Maki Kimura to sing this song, was getting pretty high lol.
8. Isu I&II (Unknown)
Um... Music was really nice, but I didn't play this game.
9. Sonic (Sega MD)
The music which explains speed!
1. Wild Arms ( Playstation)
Whistles & Guitars~
2. Spelunker (Unknown)
3. Shadow of Colossus (PS2)
Hell this game is one of my favorite games on PS2, sounds like a Holywood movie.
4.ICO - You Were there. (PS3)
Sung by Kimura Aki, one of my...
The Click Heard Round the World blog, which claims to have contacts with "a number of Quaker institutions," is reporting that the new game based on the Quaker faith will be launched in December. But the game will also offer something for people of other faiths, according to CEO Thad Thomas, who said, "Whether you are a Buddhist, Muslim, Jew or just a curious agnostic, you will find much to do and enjoy in World of PeaceCraft."
"The Quaker United Service is pleased to announce the beta-release of the new MMORPG World of PeaceCraft, the first massive online game for a Christian religious denomination," a draft press release for the game says. "Full of fun quests and adventures, the WoP will extend traditional Quaker values and historic testimonies -- such as their work to end the slave trade, protesting against war, and worshiping in silence -- into an immersive, 3D environment."
The game will apparently begin in 17th century England during the time of Quaker founder George Fox, and from there move to the early 1800s and beyond, with quests involving women's suffrage, the civil rights movement and even current Quaker protests against war a
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