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Cold Winter – Review

There's nothing easier than firing a gun. Point at something, pull a trigger, and a bad thing happens to that something. Throughout human history, if one person wanted to kill another, they needed one of two things: the element of surprise, or a physical advantage (size or skill). The invention of the handgun has rendered both of these factors irrelevant. Now anyone can kill anyone else at any time by just pulling a trigger. So why do console controllers make it so difficult to do in First Person Shooters?

Cold Winter – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Strong Language

Cold Winter

Game Description: Cold Winter turns you into Andrew Sterling, a disavowed secret agent caught in the cat-and-mouse manipulations. Face Grey Wings, a shadow intelligence agency with a chilling agenda -- pervading all aspects of politics, national intelligence and the highest echelons of human society. To defeat them, you must fight through a complex web of international intrigue, where friend and foe are impossible to tell apart. But first, there's a little matter of escape from a Chinese prison where you're being held before your execution.

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