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would of received a 8 in my book due to the vast improvements to the first title that was released, however the massive patch goes to show how much lack of polish this title had on release. I agree with most of the review up above in terms of glitches and quality, which most where fixed with the patch, however a few other points like "boring story" "bad voice acting" etc... i would have to say that the reviewer(s) had to dig deep to truly hate this game, those points are valued but when those exact same problems appear in another title, well lets just say call of duty, that's just okay. The problem with the game is the review itself, when u are being reviewed by a publication that is very protective of their favorite first person shooter (we all know G.I. go to shooter is) any title dare attempt to match it will be shot down quickly and label "awful".
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