Friday, October 19, 2007

Good and bad at spy games

Love this: GCHQ (Britain's spy HQ) are recruiting their next James Bonds through an in-game advertising campaign.

Not sure from the report whether you actually have to prove yourself to be a half-decent virtual spy before being offered details about a real world role you could fulfil.

That would make sense to me - show your mettle at problem solving, negotiation, participation (ie get a Hi Score) and then you get - as a pretty special reward - an invite to a spy recruitment day at GCHQ. Now that would be cool...

1 comment:

  1. I get the link with Rainbow Six and Splinter Cell, as both revolve around spy scenarios and military strategy...

    But the Max Power racer Need for Speed? Really?


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