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Author: Gregarious
Posted: June 04, 2011 (07:38 PM)
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Overall, I have to agree with what you think of Matt Hazard. It's really just a game that can't take itself seriously. Too bad it can't take the gameplay seriously either!

Oh, and those super soaker guys? They're from a kid friendly, tactical, third person shooter called 'Soak'em.' Get it? Soak'em? Socom? ...yeah

I'm certainly glad that the sequel switched it up to a run and gun type of game. For some reason, that just fits a lot better for Matt Hazard.

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Author: pickhut
Posted: June 05, 2011 (09:29 AM)
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Socom? Huh.... never would have suspected. Even though it would make sense when you think about it.

I head spaceshit noises.

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