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Mercenaries 2: World in Flames Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Game Description:The ruthless soldiers-for-hire are back for another explosive job in this massive Mercenaries sequel. When a power-grabbing dictator disrupts the Venezuelan oil supply, the invasion that follows turns the country into a smoldering war zone. You'll use the latest in civilian and military technology to tear the enemy to shreds. Dial up tanks, bunker-busting mini-nukes, fancy cars, Armored Personnel Carriers, boats, and more - whatever it takes to serve your mission. Not only is pretty much everything destructible, it's also flammable, and you can use new fire technology to torch everything in sight. The world is massive, the story unscripted, and your actions have ripple effects across the country.
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