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Epic Gaming Moments

World War 3 - Gaming Footage HD

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"I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones."
- Albert Einstein

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This is a montage of in-game footage of, in my opinion, three best modern era war games of the last 7 years (2007-2014).

It shows how trully horrible the war is and for that I used in-game footage from those games combined with Requem For A Dream song to make this video.

This video was also made in purpose to show how far military games have came since 2007 and how the presentation of modern warfare becomes more and more realistic - from the visual aspects. sound design, effects and more.

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare [2007] - no game before represented a modern warfare so amazing like this game did back in 2007. It blew us away with it's great visual presentation, characters and the whole atmosphere of modern conflict. COD4 set the bar for modern shooters. It was also the first Call of Duty game to be set in the modern times. Too bad it was pretty much the last the last great COD game since then.

World in Conflict [2007] - Was an amazing real time strategy game based on the conflict between US and Russia during Cold War era. It gave the player oportunity to see what might have happened if Cold War ended up as major conflict between the two super powers of the world.

Battlefield 3 [2011] - One of the best looking and sounding modern day military shooter that combines photorealistic graphics, realistic sound desing, amazing effects and great vehicles gameplay into one epic modern warfare game. When we first saw it's presentation at E3 2011 - it blew our minds with it's presentation - I think that as a game, it really delivered very good.

Song; Requem For A Dream - i do not own this song or any other content shown in this video, it is all for FAIR use Only.
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"I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones."
- Albert Einstein

------------------------------­------------------------------­-----------------------------
This is a montage of in-game footage of, in my opinion, three best modern era war games of the last 7 years (2007-2014).

It shows how trully horrible the war is and for that I used in-game footage from those games combined with Requem For A Dream song to make this video.

This video was also made in purpose to show how far military games have came since 2007 and how the presentation of modern warfare becomes more and more realistic - from the visual aspects. sound design, effects and more.

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare [2007] - no game before represented a modern warfare so amazing like this game did back in 2007. It blew us away with it's great visual presentation, characters and the whole atmosphere of modern conflict. COD4 set the bar for modern shooters. It was also the first Call of Duty game to be set in the modern times. Too bad it was pretty much the last the last great COD game since then.

World in Conflict [2007] - Was an amazing real time strategy game based on the conflict between US and Russia during Cold War era. It gave the player oportunity to see what might have happened if Cold War ended up as major conflict between the two super powers of the world.

Battlefield 3 [2011] - One of the best looking and sounding modern day military shooter that combines photorealistic graphics, realistic sound desing, amazing effects and great vehicles gameplay into one epic modern warfare game. When we first saw it's presentation at E3 2011 - it blew our minds with it's presentation - I think that as a game, it really delivered very good.

Song; Requem For A Dream - i do not own this song or any other content shown in this video, it is all for FAIR use Only. Show less
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