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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 06:11pm 29/11/11 | 1 Comments
2K Games and Yager have seemingly drawn a line in the third-person cover shooter sand to let everyone know that while they are following some familiar rules, their unique setting and dark and mature narrative are definitely stand-out reasons to get excited.

AusGamers was invited out to get hands-on with the game not too long ago, as well as to chat with two of the guys working closely on the game, and walked away feeling pretty good about what's on offer here. It's absolutely familiar territory, but if you're a fan of movies like Full Metal Jacket or Apocalypse Now, you're going to want to keep your eye on this one.

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Posted 08:02pm 29/11/11
Should be interesting, sure it's the same ol same ol but look at most fps games they are what they are, not much you can change most the time it's just how well the story is told and how the action plays out that makes it good.
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