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Old 01-07-2012, 06:31 PM   #3
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A game designer could easily determine whether it's appropriate to use a throwing star or a handheld laser bazooka if it's a game that takes place in feudal Japan.
I should have worded that question better; I didnít mean appropriate in that context. I mean the correct (the specific model) weapons used by factions. This also includes specific pieces of equipment such as optics, grenades, and various weapon attachments/accessories.

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Why would he need a specialist in weapon determination for that?
The detailed information Iím referring to isnít common knowledge. A studio that wishes to develop an authentic game would require such details.

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Have you read about game jobs in detail? Why do you ask this question? Are you in the military and looking ahead to after you're discharged?
Yes, I have and that is why I asked. Iím currently an SGD (Simulation and Game Design) student.
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