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Freedom Wars gameplay trailer shows some battle tactics

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Trained by the Lilliputian militia, no doubt

This new trailer for PlayStation Vita title Freedom Wars looks promising. It shows a group of teens facing off against one of the "Abductor" enemies which are, as their name implies, abducting people.

My favorite part of this trailer comes at the 2:00 mark, where the team uses their grappling lines to anchor and drag the monstrosity to a prone position. You see hookshots in games all the time, but rarely applied in this method, and it looks like a fun team activity.


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