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New Sniper Ghost Warrior 2 Trailer Goes "Boom! Headshot"

Posted on Thursday, February 28 @ 18:45:00 PST by

I like sniping games because of they way they make you consider every shot fired. A lot of shooters tend to throw you into situations where you're likely to fire hundreds upon hundreds of rounds at enemies in a fit of action-movie fury. Games that focus exclusively on sniping take a more artful, measured approach to dealing with enemies of war.

Besides, those bullets are expensive! I wouldn't want to waste them. That's what this Sniper Ghost Warrior 2 trailer is all about: headshots. Still, everything that goes into each of these shots can make a mess of your set up. Don't forget to factor distance, wind, or bullet drop when considering where to pick up Sniper Ghost Warrior 2 when it lands at retail March 12, 2013 for Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U, PC, and Vita.
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