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This is the reason why you should not show your kids Mission Impossible movies, or you may have encounter this kind of scene in his house.
21 Jan 2018
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It is true that Fitto and Speed Trix do a wonderful job, but without the client's ideas, this masterpiece may not be the same, Bravo Adam Bergeron for the ideas that made this little gem possible.
21 Jan 2018
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Metro: Last Light – 4A Games – Deep Silver – Metro 2033 – Director Andre Prokhorov – Designer – Viacheslav Aristov – Programmers - Alexander Maximchuk & Oles Shyshkovtsov – Artist - Andrey Tkachenko - Writer Dmitry Glukhovsky, Andre Prokhorov, Andrey Paskhalov, Paul DeMeo & David Slagle - Microsoft Windows – PlayStation 4 – Xbox One X – Xbox One - Activision – eSports - Overwatch League – Unity – 4A Engine - Gamescom – E3 – PAX West – PAX East – Tokyo Game Show – Brazil Game Show Metro: Last Light is a post-apocalyptic-themed, first-person shooter video game with stealth and survival horror elements. It was developed by Ukrainian studio 4A Games, published by Deep Silver, distributed by Square Enix in North America for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in May 2013. A remastered version of the game was released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in August 2014 as Metro: Last Light Redux within the Metro Redux package. A sequel to the video game Metro 2033, its story follows Artyom, a Ranger living in Moscow's metro system after a destructive nuclear war. Tasked with finding the mysterious Dark Ones, Artyom must venture to different parts of the metro system, and the surface filled with radiated gases, and fight against different factions and mutated monsters. The game improves on various gameplay mechanics of 2033, and introduces elements such as weapon customization. Developed by a team of about 80 people, Last Light is a direct sequel to 2033, with franchise creator Dmitry Glukhovsky writing the game's dialogue and main story outline. Multiplayer modes were planned but were eventually scrapped in order to focus on single-player, which the developers hoped would "rekindle memories of Half-Life 2". Originally set to be published by THQ, which provided a very limited budget for the game's development, Koch Media acquired it after THQ's bankruptcy. A Wii U version was planned but was ultimately canceled.
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This luckless girl expected to land safely in the water but instead she faced the hardness of the boat as one of the ‘throwers’ pulled a prank.
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Crazy, huh? No, this is insane but it's funnier than my words can describe, isn't it? Is it subway rail rush to go home or people just ran away from jail?
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Everyone who saw this scene kept wondering what this chair is doing under a frozen swimming pool, can you reveal this?
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