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Specter Ops – Shut Up & Sit Down Review

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First published on June 26, 2015.

20 Comments

  1. I was just thinking about a game like this. Wasnt sure if it existed

  2. Why do YouTubers think pretending to be drunk is hilarious?

    (whisper) It isn't. At worst, it's pathetic and boring.

  3. Did Paul actually get drunk and record the end of this video

  4. Wow I just realized I’ve been watching this show since around 2012

  5. Played yesterday the Specter Ops "Broken Covenant" edition of the game. and enjoyed it immensely. Playing as Agent, this was intense and really stressful, but in the best way 🙂 I recommend! (And love Fury of Dracula as well)

  6. “I’m in a place that can touch something” “ OK”

  7. Seriously, Paul one of the funniest dudes ever!

  8. Crap Paul. I like new guys, but wish you'd do more videos!

  9. Paul, droop your eyes a bit more…be unfocused you are fun!

  10. Fury of Dracula on Table Top Simulator on Steam. 😀

  11. were you drunk doing this review? 😛 Edit: Yup

  12. That may be the lowest key sir mixalot reference of all time.

  13. I’ve played Specter Ops several times and always had fun. It’s not the most amazing game in the world, but it’s relatively quick, simple, and tense. I remember seeing this review a long time ago, and telling myself that I’d have to give Fury of Dracula a shot. I finally got a chance to play it for the first time tonight, and it was absolutely awful. It was such a long, boring, tedious chore. I can honestly say with no exaggeration that it was one of the worst gaming experiences I’ve ever had. Different strokes for different folks. I’m not trying to invalidate this review, just stating an alternative opinion.

    Also, this reviewer is horribly unfunny. I’m not sayin that because I disagree with his assessment of the game. He makes fair points. But that whole segment at the end was pretty cringeworthy.

  14. apparently the Metal Gear Solid board game is using similar mechanics to this. i'm so looking forward to it.

  15. A lot of police probably wish they could see into the past so they could see exactly how crimes happened and who did them. I'm just saying, being able to see into the past could actually be super useful. It's not just reading a history book. Heck, there's a lot we don't know about history because it wasn't recorded, or it got destroyed. So historians would probably really like that power too.

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