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Author: qxz
Posted: November 23, 2011 (03:49 AM)
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For some strange reason, after the coupling of Jackal and Guerrilla War, the first phrase that came to mind was...

"War: It's fantastic!"
-- Commander Arvid Harbinger (played by Miguel Ferrer) Hot Shots! Part Deux



That said, I don't think Jackal is quite as good as Guerrilla War. They're both very well-made games, but the latter allows players to commandeer tanks!


"I reject your reality and substitute my own."
-- Adam Savage


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Author: JoeTheDestroyer (Mod)
Posted: November 23, 2011 (06:18 AM)
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Yeah, Guerrilla War is good stuff. I haven't played it in ages, though. That was the game we would recommend to kids on the playground who hadn't beaten a game before because of its essentially infinite lives.


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