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The GI Show kicks off with an interview with Spec Ops: The Line writer Walt Williams, who discusses the game's ambitious storytelling which gives players a wide range of moral choice. Williams and the team were inspired by such cinematic classics as Apocalypse Now and Full Metal Jacket, and hope Spec Ops will provide a darker, more conflicted view of modern-day war.
In the second segment, host Matt Helgeson is joined by Jeff Cork, who reviewed Dragon's Dogma, an interesting take on the action/RPG genre. The game's combat is more complex than you'd expect and there are a few other interesting design elements worth discussing. Finally, longtime series fan Matt Bertz stops by to talk about his review for Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, the lastest in the storied tactical shooter series.
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Man, I was hoping to hear Jack Gardner on the show. I can vouch for him as a podcaster. He do good.
I know this guy is supposed to make me interested in Spec Ops, but he REALLY makes me interested in Spec Ops. For a military focused shooter in an age of them, this guy makes it seem much more unique.
Maybe the writer for Spec Ops: The Line should also be their community manager, because he just sold a game that I had no interest in before hand. It'll be like the first 12 minutes of UP, for 10 sweaty hours.
You and I is actually proper grammar.
With Dragon's Dogma, can you still get pawns from other games if you don't have Xbox Live Gold?
great episode as usual love GI-show
Awesome GI Show guys, as usual!