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Desc:the new NSA game from Ubisoft
Category:Video Games, Horror
Tags:Internet, NSA, ubisoft, spying, watchdogs
Submitted:fedex
Date:03/28/14
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infinite zest
Well this looks darn right awesome. I wonder if they actually had to program over 2 million unique personalities though (or nearly 10 million if you count the greater metro area).. that seems impossible even after 5 years of programming. Unless you can just hack into the life of the guy who walks around in circles listening to his police scanner all day.
Nominal
Wherever Chocolate Jesus goes, my 5 stars follow.
infinite zest
There was only one set of stars because he was carrying you

13.5
Might be fun!

As a public defender working Cook County, I find the reference to "the dark side of Chicago" hysterical. You too might be forced into some stupid beef over a van in Grand Crossing and be shot to death!

Or like, you know, phoned to death
Hooker
I think "dark" was supposed to be taken literally.

13.5
Ha!

Residential segregation: easy to program

oddeye
Maybe the lights are just shitty over on the west side or whatever.

SolRo
There's a racist "how many...does it take to change a lightbulb" joke to be made, but I don't know it :(

Mister Yuck
I'm gonna make a prediction: the entire South side will be represented by one run-down looking neighborhood that'll be full of black and hispanic gangs.

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