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7-31-2008 @ 9:44AM
I work at the Canadian Armed Forces Base in Kingston, and I work in the DLSE sector (Directorate of Land Software Engineering), which basically builds and programs virtual terrains to be used by the military to run simulation exercises from real map data. the concept of using a MMORPG to train troops could, in theory, work, but the only connection it would have with WoW would be the idea of connecting everyone in a real time environment. The graphics wouldn't need to be improved, but all the models, the interface and the environment would need to be rebuilt. Essentially the only thing the same would be the game engine and the idea. (That's right! No gold spammers!)
7-31-2008 @ 12:50PM
Thank you for providing an informed perspective on this.
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