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You're a highly trained government soldier operating under strict orders to shoot and eliminate anything that moves in this sector. But there's a problem. You can't seem to hit anything. For some reason it's taking you much longer to line up your targets and by the time you do you've sprayed bullets all around them and now have to reload and start the process all over again. Two years ago on... Read Review

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