GameSpot's 4th of July Explosion Extravaganza!
GameSpot invites you to celebrate the birthday of the United States the only way we know how: by blowing things up!
heeheehheehheehehehheheheehehhehehehehehehhe! BLOWING THINGS UP IS FUN!!!!!!!ehehehehehhehehehehehehheheheheheheehhehe
@Elenxid Are you an idiot? Why in the world would any other country celebrate America's independence? That's like saying it's sad we don't celebrate the Storming of the Bastille day in France...absolutely ridiculous.
yeah exactly ka-boom but they forgot one...its from frontlines fuel of war where a tac nuke explodes
SPOILER ALERT i'm glad they used just cause 2 for some of it the explosions in that game are great but i'm surprised they didn't use the nuke at the end
I hate games where explosions leave enemies torn up and mangled. WHen somebody gets blown up with any explosive they should fall over or fly in the air and land with not a marlk on them, all limbs intact....everything I just said was sarcasm. CODBO AND FALLOUT are the only games I will let go with my sarcastic comment.
Ah, a Quebecer. You would spell reflection like that, and yes that was your error. I am Canadian by the way.
@IDavey420 Please tell me my errors because except from reflexion (instead of reflection) I do not see any. And what exactly is lame there, you have the right to love your nation (USA), so please respect my right to love mine (Québec)
The only way this video could get better is if we had unearthed a previously undiscovered opus by John Philip Sousa titled, "A Fanfare for Explosions."
You could have used Split/ Second Velocity alone for this video - that has the best explosions! Great vid!
What about Canada's day Wait a minute, after reflexion I would NOT like to see a video about chopping wood.