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Jokerme
Jokerme Mar 27 2009, 8:14pm says:

Unreal anyone?

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pfannkuchen_gesicht
pfannkuchen_gesicht Mar 28 2009, 2:08pm replied:

looks really like UE3...

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fdslk
fdslk Mar 29 2009, 4:18am replied:

yet it reminds a little bit to City 17 xD

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Piuneer
Piuneer Oct 16 2009, 12:46am replied:

HALF-LIFE 3! ^_^

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GlovePuppet
GlovePuppet Dec 9 2010, 8:03pm replied:

We wish!

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Packer
Packer Oct 16 2009, 3:15am says:

For a second there I thought I was looking a Blade Runner game.

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outerspawn
outerspawn Feb 22 2011, 11:25am says:

what im wondering why is there a shadow on the building if there is nothin there?

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RancidRandy
RancidRandy Jun 6 2011, 12:52pm replied:

How do you exactly see behind the camera angle in this shot, or how are you certain there is nothing? That shadow is most likely projected from an object not shown here.

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