History Funny / TimeCrisis

18th Feb '18 6:57:06 PM nombretomado
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* This may vary for some readers, but in ''Crisis Zone'' there's something darkly amusing about the URDA bringing in a M-1 tank and a Hind-D helicopter to the hostile urban occupation of Garland Square. It's as if they're so desperate to fight back against the heroes, they're willing to use such extreme measures just to get rid of them. It's taken to even higher levels in the PS2-exclusive Special Story Mode, when they bring in the high-tech stealth-cloaked mecha A-0940.

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* This may vary for some readers, but in ''Crisis Zone'' there's something darkly amusing about the URDA bringing in a M-1 tank and a Hind-D helicopter to the hostile urban occupation of Garland Square. It's as if they're so desperate to fight back against the heroes, they're willing to use such extreme measures just to get rid of them. It's taken to even higher levels in the PS2-exclusive [=PS2=]-exclusive Special Story Mode, when they bring in the high-tech stealth-cloaked mecha A-0940.
8th Nov '17 4:03:38 PM dean5
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* This may vary for some readers, but in ''Crisis Zone'' there's something darkly amusing about the URDA bringing in a M-! tank and a Hind-D helicopter to the hostile urban occupation of Garland Square. It's as if they're so desperate to fight back against the heroes, they're willing to use such extreme measures just to get rid of them. It's taken to even higher levels in the PS2-exclusive Special Story Mode, when they bring in the high-tech stealth-cloaked mecha A-0940.

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* This may vary for some readers, but in ''Crisis Zone'' there's something darkly amusing about the URDA bringing in a M-! M-1 tank and a Hind-D helicopter to the hostile urban occupation of Garland Square. It's as if they're so desperate to fight back against the heroes, they're willing to use such extreme measures just to get rid of them. It's taken to even higher levels in the PS2-exclusive Special Story Mode, when they bring in the high-tech stealth-cloaked mecha A-0940.
8th Nov '17 4:03:11 PM dean5
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* This may vary for some readers, but in ''Crisis Zone'' there's something darkly amusing about the URDA bringing in a heavily armed tank and Hind-D helicopter to the hostile urban occupation of Garland Square. It's as if they're so desperate to fight back against the heroes, they're willing to use such extreme measures just to get rid of them. It's taken to even higher levels in the PS2-exclusive Special Story Mode, when they bring in the high-tech stealth-cloaked mecha A-0940.

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* This may vary for some readers, but in ''Crisis Zone'' there's something darkly amusing about the URDA bringing in a heavily armed M-! tank and a Hind-D helicopter to the hostile urban occupation of Garland Square. It's as if they're so desperate to fight back against the heroes, they're willing to use such extreme measures just to get rid of them. It's taken to even higher levels in the PS2-exclusive Special Story Mode, when they bring in the high-tech stealth-cloaked mecha A-0940.
28th Oct '17 5:19:15 PM dean5
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* This may vary for some readers, but in ''Crisis Zone'' there's something darkly amusing about the URDA bringing in a heavily armed tank and Hind-D helicopter to the hostile urban occupation of Garland Square. It's as if they're so desperate to fight back against the heroes, they're willing to use such extreme measures just to get rid of them. It's taken to even higher levels when in the PS2-exclusive Rescue Mission, when they bring in the high-tech stealth-cloaked mecha A-0940.

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* This may vary for some readers, but in ''Crisis Zone'' there's something darkly amusing about the URDA bringing in a heavily armed tank and Hind-D helicopter to the hostile urban occupation of Garland Square. It's as if they're so desperate to fight back against the heroes, they're willing to use such extreme measures just to get rid of them. It's taken to even higher levels when in the PS2-exclusive Rescue Mission, Special Story Mode, when they bring in the high-tech stealth-cloaked mecha A-0940.
28th Oct '17 5:18:42 PM dean5
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* This may vary for some readers, but in Crisis Zone there's something darkly amusing about the URDA bringing in a heavily armed tank and Hind-D helicopter to the hostile urban occupation of Garland Square. It's as if they're so desperate to fight back against the heroes, they're willing to use such extreme measures just to get rid of them.

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* This may vary for some readers, but in Crisis Zone ''Crisis Zone'' there's something darkly amusing about the URDA bringing in a heavily armed tank and Hind-D helicopter to the hostile urban occupation of Garland Square. It's as if they're so desperate to fight back against the heroes, they're willing to use such extreme measures just to get rid of them. It's taken to even higher levels when in the PS2-exclusive Rescue Mission, when they bring in the high-tech stealth-cloaked mecha A-0940.
28th Oct '17 5:13:43 PM dean5
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* The ending of ''Crisis Zone'' has the STF attempting to take the elevator back up to the surface, but it's broken. One of the squad members points to a flight of stairs, with a sign indicating that it's ''five kilometers'' of stairs, the squad [[ThisIsGonnaSuck reacting appropriately]]. As they climb they show clear signs of being tired, with at least one of them having to sit down to take a break.

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* The ending of ''Crisis Zone'' has the STF attempting to take the elevator back up to the surface, but it's broken. One of the squad members points to a flight of stairs, with a sign indicating that it's ''five kilometers'' of stairs, the squad [[ThisIsGonnaSuck reacting appropriately]]. As they climb they show clear signs of being tired, with at least one of them having to sit down to take a break.break.
* This may vary for some readers, but in Crisis Zone there's something darkly amusing about the URDA bringing in a heavily armed tank and Hind-D helicopter to the hostile urban occupation of Garland Square. It's as if they're so desperate to fight back against the heroes, they're willing to use such extreme measures just to get rid of them.
15th Feb '17 4:13:34 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* The ending of '"Crisis Zone'' has the STF attempting to take the elevator back up to the surface, but it's broken. One of the squad members points to a flight of stairs, with a sign indicating that it's ''five kilometers'' of stairs, the squad [[ThisIsGonnaSuck reacting appropriately]]. As they climb they show clear signs of being tired, with at least one of them having to sit down to take a break.

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* The ending of '"Crisis ''Crisis Zone'' has the STF attempting to take the elevator back up to the surface, but it's broken. One of the squad members points to a flight of stairs, with a sign indicating that it's ''five kilometers'' of stairs, the squad [[ThisIsGonnaSuck reacting appropriately]]. As they climb they show clear signs of being tired, with at least one of them having to sit down to take a break.
15th Feb '17 4:13:26 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* Wild Dog was always a bit of a serious guy, [[OutOfCharacterMoment besides that one time he tried to rule the world with a robot army in Project Titan]], but in ''5'' he's positively [[LargeHam hamming it up]] rather flamboyantly. And if that weren't enough, ''True Mastermind Edition'' brings back Wild Fang too - and he now looks and acts like a ''glam rocker.'' [[spoiler: Who can produce giant energy balls from his back.]]

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* Wild Dog was always a bit of a serious guy, [[OutOfCharacterMoment besides that one time he tried to rule the world with a robot army in Project Titan]], but in ''5'' he's positively [[LargeHam hamming it up]] rather flamboyantly. And if that weren't enough, ''True Mastermind Edition'' brings back Wild Fang too - and he now looks and acts like a ''glam rocker.'' [[spoiler: Who can produce giant energy balls from his back.]]]]
* The ending of '"Crisis Zone'' has the STF attempting to take the elevator back up to the surface, but it's broken. One of the squad members points to a flight of stairs, with a sign indicating that it's ''five kilometers'' of stairs, the squad [[ThisIsGonnaSuck reacting appropriately]]. As they climb they show clear signs of being tired, with at least one of them having to sit down to take a break.
24th Aug '16 1:41:54 AM Raikoh
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** At one point after disappearing off-screen for a while, Robert even (unsuccessfully) tries to [[ForkliftFu ram a forklift]] into Keith [[{{Narm}} while literally shouting, "Gaaaaah!"]]

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** At one point after disappearing off-screen for a while, Robert even (unsuccessfully) tries to [[ForkliftFu ram a forklift]] into Keith [[spoiler: Keith]] [[{{Narm}} while literally shouting, "Gaaaaah!"]]
24th Aug '16 1:41:27 AM Raikoh
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* In ''5: True Mastermind Edition'', Stage 4, how do [[spoiler: Keith]] and Robert fight it out when they finally meet again with [[spoiler: Keith]] being an apparent traitor? By pulling out blades and swordfighting dramatically while [[spoiler: Keith]] does his best [[Franchise/MetalGear Raiden impressions]] of a superhuman ninja by flipping all over the place.

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* In ''5: True Mastermind Edition'', Stage 4, how do [[spoiler: Keith]] and Robert fight it out when they finally meet again with [[spoiler: Keith]] being an apparent traitor? By pulling out blades and swordfighting dramatically while [[spoiler: Keith]] does his best [[Franchise/MetalGear Raiden impressions]] of a superhuman ninja by flipping all over the place.
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