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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 Videos and Trailers - PS3

Game Description:The year is 2014. Tomorrow's technology is here. And the Ghosts are ready to face any threat coming their way. Building off the events of the first game, Mexico has been thrown into full-scale civil war. You are Captain Scott Mitchell, and you lead the Ghosts as you fend off an attack on U.S. soil and battle on both sides of the border. Cutting-edge physics and particle systems show you some of the most intense and realistic explosions, smoke, and destruction ever seen in a video game. All-new battlefields, including a series first of their hometown in El Paso, Texas, present their own benefits and challenges and call for fresh tactical approaches. Make sure to bring a Medic to heal your teammates on the battlefield!
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