I remember watching on a TV special on how the US military uses combat games like "call of duty" and "Ace Combat" to train soldiers. I looked some stuff up on it and found one that is called “America’s Army” although it’s not made for the play station 3, its pretty cool. They integrated it into a Javelin missile training system and CROWS or (common remotely operated weapons system) which apparently is a remote-controlled gun on the new humvees. Their basically a simulator for all switch’s and sounds on it are all realistic. For the general public games like "Call of Duty" are pretty realistic as well and they run you through many different types of situations in battles. They can be very difficult at times and others are not so bad. Your main goal though is the same of the militaries and that is for you to not die. So games like these can be good when people say their bad. For they provoke violence in our society today with our younger generation. This is why there are ratings on games so unless the parent buys the game for their kid they can’t get it.
For me the best army style game I like is “Call of Duty World at War”, for on the game is a two player bonus game on it called Nazi Zombies and it’s just amazing. You and your partner are trapped in a two story, four room house, with boarded windows and many weapons but you have to purchase them as you get enough points from killing the Nazi zombies. You start out in one room with a hand gun there are two rifles on the wall that can be purchased and around five windows to guard. The zombies come in waves and with each wave more come at you at a faster pace. So to add to the mayhem you can at a cost move a couch to go upstairs or open a door. I prefer the door because on the other side is a chest that you can open which will give you a random weapon, and you hope for the best. My favorite is a laser gun that only takes one shot to kill them.
That’s just one of many that I have played and I look forward to the future of fighting games for who knows they could be virtual sooner than we think.