Those who like to experience intense, exaggerated U.S. military combat scenarios but hate having to bother reaching for the XBox controller at last have a new method of special ops simulation that requires far less aggressive thumb movement. It's the movie Act of Valor, and as it's Call of Duty-esque name implies, it is basically a non-interactive, Navy SEALs-themed first person shooter. There seem to be no real identified characters to speak of, and there's a noticeable lack of a clear enemy or much of a plot. Just some dudes in fatigues completing some general objectives, many of which include shooting something or blowing something up.
Welp, time to enlist, everyone.
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