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Looks promising... Reminds me a little bit of day z/ ARMA II graphics.

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Son: "Yeah, lets bounce."

Dad: "Bounce... We're bouncing now..." *¬_¬*

That's just awesome dialogue.

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@DFSVegas:Someone clearly doesn't understand small talk. ¬_¬

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@DFSVegas:I don't. I hate football or soccer or what ever the heck it's called. The players are all over paid and under worked pussies.

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@DFSVegas:Soccer? A term coined in England??? You do realize that football was invented by the Romans. Right. It still troubles me how football is classed as one of England's biggest export, which is wrong. Sure we refined the sport, but the Romans were the ones who invented the primary components and rough layout of the game.

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It's pronounced and spelled as Leughtenant. I still find it humorous having Americans criticism the English for their own language. Did you know that color is spelled coloUr. British people made the language, I think we have a right to spell words in their proper sound instead of simplifying everything.

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Played the demo today. It was meh. The vortex mission demo was fun though. But it's just another generic third person shooter... With transforming robots.

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Biased as always Ubisoft.

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Just because David S Goyer is the writer for this shit doesn't mean it'll be good... Blade Trinity anyone??? Oh, or how about THE CROW 2: CITY OF ANGELS. The prosecution rests.

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@dezm0nd:I always thought the American stereotype was the arrogant "AMMMMERICAAAA! FUCK YERRRR" thing. Sure, there are some fatties over there, but trust me. The UK has some pretty good examples of why we should have that stereotype.

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