OP doesn't know the difference between a stock and a bond. Good job, your post is bad.
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Happy to hear that someone thinks of Splinter Cell and Alan Wake so favorably. I really enjoyed these games when they came out. Splinter Cell and Alan Wake were engaging, in both design and story, but didn't overstay their welcome by being too long.
It makes no sense for any shooter that models it's guns after real guns to use fake names . I found it really annoying in the early going picking up and discarding guns just to identify them.
Eurocom can use the proper name for the P99. Other Activision titles use real gun names. It's hard to imagine that a publisher would license the rights to use a manufacturer's gun likeness and name on a per title basis? Is this actually how it is done? Does Blood Stone use fake gun names?