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Desc:Look what happens when you throw a grenade, it's got a mind of it's own! And the women, they do too.
Category:Humor, Video Games
Tags:call of duty, bro team, PRESS F TO
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You Left The Mission Area Rails And Lane That Directs How We Want You To Play This Game!
infinite zest
Yeah really. I was complimenting the graphics in a couple of these postings, but seeing it in action it doesn't really look very impressive. As far as the rail thing goes, I didn't mind it in a story-driven game like Metal Gear Solid, but at least it gave you the option to go back and set mousetraps and blow up people in bathroom stalls and such.

Caminante Nocturno
I haven't been able to stop laughing at the part with the lobster since I first saw it.
When I first saw clips from this game I honestly thought it was a parody or something and not the actual game. That's how bad COD has become is that it now basically breaks Poe's Law.
Jet Bin Fever
Next gen!
I can't believe I used to think this guy was funny.

The fact that he requires a "team" to keep up any of the shit he started on his own and its still only as good as if he would have done it completely by himself? meh
Sanest Man Alive
I was wrong about this series. I thought it was just fascist-fetishistic gunwankery for good ol' boys and armchair SEALs, but now you get to marry a vampire! They're really reaching out to new demographics.
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