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At first glance, Spec Ops: The Line might not look like the kind of game that needs a military advisor on staff. Sure, it's technically about real soldiers, it's set in Dubai, and the guns you'll be wielding are either real or as close to real as the law allows them to be... but a realistic war simu...
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Entertainment / Video Games : Shack News

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