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Damn you Chimera and all the mourn you brought to earth :evil: :P
It's been a long time since I got addicted to a game like this, especially when it comes to shooters. Normally the likes of Medal of Honor and Call of Duty grabbed a bit from my free time, but as soon as I finished the game that was it. May be I would give a try into the highest difficulty but not more than that.
I remember when me and canana watched online the trailer of Resistance 2 last summer in the introduction of Playstation at the E3. It was certainly eye catching and I was really interested to see how good that game would finally be....
Nathan Hale slowly but steadily became a man worth fighting for his cause. It ain't always nice to see a game ending with a bullet in your head but c'est la vie :P After all, the end promises a quite remarkable Resistance 2 if the guys at Insomniac decide to continue the legacy.
Multiplayer is just great and really keeps not just the spark, but the whole fire up alive for the game. I'm getting better and better every day, mainly in co-op mode which is my favourite, honestly I don't think you 're gonna find a better Special Ops guy in there, feeding you all the time with all the necessary ammo and finding the best cover for some clear shots against the enemies. However, I need to work more on my level :P
Last but not least a song by a band that was formed before even I was born...
Scorpions released the "In trance" album back in 1975, which was their third. It was this particular album that boosted their career and launched them into the hard-rock society for good. In 1975 they toured Europe with Kiss and honoured themselves by singing at the Lion's Den, mostly known as Cavern.
Song of the day : Scorpions - In trance