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Desc:In glorious full motion!
Category:Video Games, Military
Tags:cutscene, Warhammer, 40k, ACTING!
Submitted:Spaceman Africa
Date:02/20/12
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Comment count is 12
Caminante Nocturno
Which Command & Conquer game is this from?
Jet Bin Fever
What accent is that supposed to be? He's like a retarded Lawrence of Arabia.
cognitivedissonance
Not enough shoulderpads, insufficient for Warhammer 40K minimum shoulderpad usage requirement.
garcet71283
I know, how the hell are we supposed to know who is in charge if nobody has a hat or pauldrons?

FABIO
Good thing none of them were wearing helmets. That's the kiss of death in WH40k cutscenes.

garcet71283
DEEP HURTING
FABIO
The only thing I remember about this game was all you had to do was stock up on nothing but artillery then ride your way to an automactic win.

3 stars for dull, +1 for sheer pointlessness of this scene
Innocent Bystander
It just wouldn't be 90's video game footage without plenty of awkward pauses.
Dr. Lobotomy
"The sand storm is too loud, so we better shout at each other and breathe through our mouths! It's not like sand will get in there or anything!"
dairyqueenlatifah
I like how they couldn't even be assed to make better "sand" than that.
memedumpster
Captain Power?
Juice Eggs McKenna
Put your goggles on you idiots.
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