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Ace combat 7 dog

I played this game on my PS2, and loved it. I bought a used 3d-shooter and loaded it up and played it agn. If I remember correctly, the controls were pretty clunky.

The graphics were so clean that I felt cheated by the visuals in some of the 3d shooters I played. I've always preferred 2d graphics in 2d shooters to keep a consistent look.

I'm looking forward to a new generation and hope it gets as good as the graphics of a few years ago.

I also think that the best thing about a lot of the FPS games today are the multiplayer games and online capabilities. I don't have to get up to play a game, I can just sit back and get on a few rounds with my buddies. It's the same thing with MOH and UT3, but the online capabilities on those two games are really impressive.

I liked the combat style of Combat 7 as well. I actually loved the old Combat style, and Combat's 2.

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That game got old and stale after the first 1 or 2 hours, it was the worst shooter ever. I never played the others in the series, but that's another reason why they didn't come out that well. Gameplay style had been used before and improved upon and it kept getting repetitive. When a game is repetitive, it usually leads to a game that's boring and no fun to play. I think the idea behind it was interesting though and it was the best shooter I've ever played.

It gets to the point where you're running around in circles and blasting bad guys for a few minutes before moving a few miles in the other direction and blowing up bad guys agn for a few minutes. You get the impression you're playing a shooter game and no real thought is put into where to go next.

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Originally Posted by D3M0N3

The best CoD experience is when you go head to head with the biggest and baddest mother fuckers in the game. When they're shooting in your direction and their bullets have your name on them, that's the best CoD experience.

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Originally Posted by D3M0N3

I've had more than a few games that I've loved, like FarCry2 for example. The problem with a lot of modern shooters is that they've changed a lot of things that were good about them and turned them into a complete mess of awful mechanics and a complete lack of anything good about them.

Yes, if you're going to compare something to FarCry2, then there is no point in continuing.

I can't imagine playing through Assassin's Creed 2 for a whole playthrough, but in 3.5 hours I got about 5 hours of gameplay out of it. I was impressed with the time they spent refining the series.

I can't imagine playing through Assassin's Creed 2 for a whole playthrough, but in 3.5 hours I got about 5 hours of gameplay out of it. I was impressed with the time they spent refining the series.

I can't imagine playing through Assassin's Creed 2 for a whole playthrough, but in 3.5 hours I got about 5 hours of gameplay out of it. I was impressed with the time they spent refining the series.

It was actually one of my favourite games.

Also, I don't know about the games in the series, but many parts of the game actually made me think about the history. I know a lot about the Roman era, and it's interesting to see how those times and ideas come through in the game.

It was actually one of my favourite games.

Also, I don't know about the games in the series, but many parts of the game actually made me think about the history. I know a lot about the Roman era, and it's interesting to see how those times and ideas come through in the game.

Also: "If only the game was released in the West, we wouldn't be having this discussion right now."

It was actually one of my favourite games.

Also, I don't know about the games in the series, but many parts of the game actually made me think about the history. I know a lot about the Roman era, and it's interesting to see how those times and ideas come through in the game.

It's a pretty interesting series, and one of my favourites. Also, they did such a good job with historical accuracy in FarCry2, and some parts of Assassin's Creed 2 were excellent as well.

I would just like to say that for me personally, this is the best FarCry game ever, and has nothing to do with the first. I've never actually played the first one, because I just started playing FarCry a few days ago, and it's just so much more polished, and there is a lot less stuff that bugs me. Plus, I do not like all the shooting mechanics in FarCry, I don't think they are that realistic. It looks and plays more like the first game in the series. The controls are much better and more natural. The game is about shooting the most bullets possible and you must do it all by yourself.

I think it's a really amazing game. I haven't played the first one, but I hear you're right, this is much more polished, and the first is pretty bad, but still, if it weren't for this game, I don't think I would have tried FarCry at all.

It does look quite unrealistic though, as that's why I haven't played the first one. I just like the more arcadey style, but it's an excellent game. You can make it what you want I suppose, but that's just me, but I'm glad you enjoyed the game.

Yes it's a very interesting story, but it's also so hard that you sometimes get a crash and have to start all over agn. There are a lot of collectibles, and the map is pretty big, but I didn't find the game too hard so I have no idea how others felt about it. I've found it pretty easy and I think it's not too long. The guns are also very easy to use and can be customized with pretty much any gun you want. The game is in English, with a few other languages as well. I can't believe the time it's taken to release this!

It's true, I also find that the first


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