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60th anniversary parade, Warcraft-style

This year marks the 60th anniversary of the founding of the PRC, and preparations for a grand parade on National Day (October 1) are already underway. For an early glimpse, see this Warcraft version created by patriotic gamers from Qingdao Technological University.

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funny

Just to be clear, this isn't really the Chinese version of Warcraft, is it?

Nice to see that they have a fighting panda at 1:58 though.

My guess is that they extracted the models from WOW and did the visualization else where--maybe in a modeler, maybe in their custom engine. Because from the grainy video the shading doesn't look like it came from inside Wow's engine. Maybe they're using an ealier version of Wow or running on a private server? I'm not your biggest Wow freak so I wouldn't know for sure.

I couldn't watch the entire thing though, I hate parades and parade announcements.


I'm amazed by such a nerdish thing... :) lol
Those guy rocks!

This isn't WoW, its the Warcraft 3 map editor! (with Frozen Throne expansion).

Some people think the world is based around WoW lol

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