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Submitted by lightwarrior179 885d ago | opinion piece

Weapons To Die For, Literally – Part 1

Man is after all an animal. He has to struggle against the nature and its cruel forces, the deadly creatures out in the jungles, the gods who have forsaken us and the greatest threat – man himself. In order to adapt to the changing times, man needs to improve and innovate, to retain his older glory with a stain of a new creation. This is what video games will particularly teach you, and some would ask you to constantly bank on your ammunition, to stay alive and be on top of the fight. Today’s limelight falls on the ‘Weapons to Die For, Literally’, man’s innovation with gunpowder and steel, to stay on top of the war. (Assassin's Creed III, God of War 3, Hitman: Absolution, PC, PS3, Resistance 3, Saints Row: The Third, Xbox 360)

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