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  1. I actually stumbled across it when I saw some Civil Protection videos that wasn't on Machinima a looong time ago. Chiledsanity's youtube channel I think it was called. Followed some of his stuff, I am not entirely sure when I watched Freeman's mind though.
  2. I believe this must be the guy you are talking about.
  3. Bulletstorm was really short and for a high price tag, I am not sure why you would recommend it. Game is decent, but multiplayer is pretty terrible and campaign is a bit short.
  4. I have it and I got to say, it really is an amazing game. Online is a bit buggy, but I hope it gets fixed as it was a blast to play in tournament mode with some other people. The story mode was quite surprisingly great, though one part in it I really disliked, don't want to spoil it but I am sure anyone that has played it understands. Challenge ladder is okay, nothing special but its like a bit of an extra. 4 players playing I also enjoyed with friends, so that was neat.
  5. For an action RPG that you may like is Stalker: Shadow of Chernobyl, the first in the series that is based around the Chernobyl incident. Involves mutants, scavengers, people generally trying to make a new life within the catastrophe area. I would highly recommend you get mods with it as the game looks pretty dated so you should either go with Stalker: Redux or Stalker Shadow of Chernobyl: Complete. The game itself has a really immersive atmosphere, it just gives it a specific feel that no other game I played really has. The game has two sequels, Stalker: Clear Sky and Stalker: Call of Pripyat. Call of Pripyat is proposed to be the better of the two as it has some better gameplay and feel than that of Clear Sky.
  6. Anyone around this forum play it(DoW 1/2, doesn't matter). For those unfamiliar with Dawn of War, heres the trailer for the very first game, and some gameplay of Dawn of War 2. Dawn of War 2 Retribution gameplay. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5kzqvxDpZbo
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