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Talking Tactics and Decisions in Spec-Ops: The Line with Reggie Bennet | Pax East 2012

Go to www.dualshockers.com for more video game interviews and reviews! At PAX East this past weekend we caught up with our friends over at the 2K Games booth to get some time with tactical military shooter, Spec-Ops The Line. While there we had the chance to speak with Reggie Bennett, a survival specialist who helped to consult the team at Yager on the project. We discussed real-life survival tactics and decision making and as an added bonus we also managed to get some zombie apocalypse advice (it’s not every day you get to talk to a guy like Reggie, you know). DUALSHOCKERS TV Follow DualShockers on Twitter: twitter.com Like DualShockers on Facebook: facebook.com Subscribe to DualShockers: youtube.com TAGS: Spec Ops Survival “Zombie Apocalypse (Video Game Subject)” “Spec Ops (series)” Spec Ops the Line “Spec Ops The Line” Reggie Bennett survival specialist “narrative trailer” New gameplay footage 2012 official sneak peek never seen before exclusive new 2012 2k games yager development video games gaming yt:quality=high HD console consoles xbox 360 playstation 3 ps3 PC Dualshockers Dual Shockers today

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Wednesday, April 11th, 2012 2012 Survival No Comments

Toby Vs Daniel – Serious Sam – 2012 Olympics – 2

This is round two of the toby and daniel olympathon for the 2012 olympics.

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Tuesday, February 28th, 2012 2012 Survival 3 Comments

Finding Secret Bug Out Locations Using Google Maps

www.youtube.com Will start ramping up more videos now that the kids are going back to school. Hope all is well guys. Take care Hey! Thanks for checking out Survive And Thrive TV! I started this channel as a way to talk with other people going through economic problems. It’s grown into a alternative news source about what’s happening in the economy in my local area of Southern California. I’ve been featured on Fox News, RT, Al Jezeera, French TV and many others. If you would like to see more “on the ground” reports of what’s really going on click the SUBSCRIBE button. My Blog: george4title.blogspot.com My Twitter twitter.com BlogTV Show (Happen Randomly) www.blogtv.com George’s Donation Link: bit.ly PO BOX 70834 Riverside, CA 92513-0834

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Sunday, January 8th, 2012 2012 Survival 25 Comments

PBlackout MStation HD

www.smihota.yolasite.com Project Blackout is a free to play action-packed shooter (MMOFPS) that pits players against players in a wide variety of game modes. Test your limits! Project Blackout will test your skills as gamer with fast paced action, precision shooting, and twitch response times. Project Blackout’s graphics, surround sound, and camera effects will put you in the middle of the action and test your skills at a whole new level. Lock and load! Immersive Battlefields! Every map in Project Blackout is carefully crafted to give operators an immersive experience. With realistically skinned models and destructible environments, Project Blackout raises the bar for immersion in MMO shooters. Shoot through barriers to take out hiding enemies, employ explosives, dust, realistic ballistics, and utilize the environment to gain the edge and destroy your enemies! Need a quicker route through a map? Make your own! Destroyable architecture makes it possible to create a shortcut through a map to gain a tactical advantage when you really need it. As the environments change, so will the operators need to adjust tactics to survive. Effective use of the environment is key to an operator’s survival. Weapon Extensions A well trained operator knows that without a weapon you might as well be dead already. In Project Blackout many weapons come with extensions that augment the functionality of your weapon. Whether its dual magazines, holo sights, scopes, or red dots these extensions will

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Tuesday, September 6th, 2011 2012 Survival No Comments

Very Funny Talking GPS 2012

Sub and Like If you wanna get it coz just of the girl… You’ve got a busy summer ahead. Before setting out on that road trip out West or back East, you’ll have to find time to download some travel music. (We recommend new releases from Common, My Morning Jacket and Weezer.) After that, we’ve got another assignment for you that promises to make your summer trip easier and may enhance your listening habits, too: Get a portable navigation system. Of course, we wouldn’t dream of leaving you out in the cold on such an important decision, so we’re updating last year’s portable navigation system roundup with four new or newly improved portable systems. Since our last portable navigation review, a few of the units we sampled have changed significantly, plus there are two all-new units that seem promising on paper — the Dash Express and Becker Travel Assistant. More Than Just Directions Although most navigation systems have the same map data provided by one of two companies, all units are not the same. The interface, computing time and features vary greatly. One thing to keep in mind when shopping for a portable navigation device is that price isn’t a good indicator of quality. Some of the poorest-performing devices can also be the most expensive. On the other hand, even midprice brands offer tons of features, including a way to play those downloaded Weezer tracks. Another notable feature is real-time traffic — all the units featured here have it. If you don’t need features like

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Tuesday, April 5th, 2011 Future Maps of 2012 No Comments

Cold Weather Survival Evaluation

Are you ready to bug out in cold weather? What gear would you need? How would you stay clean? I thought I was ready until I actually tried winter camping for ten days. I had a lot to learn, the hard, cold way. Sot and I arrived on Sunday and were stoked to get on the trail to find a place to set up camp. The snow wasn’t deep enough to need snowshoes, which also meant we wouldn’t be making any snow shelters like a quinzee or snow cave. After some scouting we found an open area ideal for setting up the 11 foot diameter tipi and outside fire pit. The hike in only took about 15 minutes with our over packed sleds, and we’re both sadly out of shape. Each sled was loaded with about 60 pounds of gear. After we caught our breath we started to set up. The woodstove and teepee didn’t take long, and within a couple of hours we had a working campsite complete with an outside firepit and lean-to. We froze for the first three nights as I just couldn’t get the stove in the tepee to work. Even with our mountains of wool blankets. In fact, we spent much of the first three nights hanging out in the truck with the heater on waiting for the sun to rise so we could drive to town and have a hot breakfast. Sot had enough of the cold, hard living by Thursday, so I drove him home. While driving him home I got more supplies and the keys for my friend’s cabin that’s on the land we were camping on. I thought it would be great to recover with some easier living in the cabin but I was in for a rude

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Tuesday, March 8th, 2011 2012 Survival 25 Comments

Neighborhood Survival Pt 45, Dirty Yourself Down to Survive

Chew on this, perhaps you’ve not thought of it, but perhaps you have. Just saying. Thanks for playing along… Take Care The Swede

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Monday, March 7th, 2011 Prepper Survival 25 Comments

Silver Coins in BOB – Urban Survival

I’ve got around 10 silver coins of various denominations in my bug out bag. Why? To trade for goods and/or services in times when currency has lost most or all of it’s value. In past state collapses people have traded whatever silver they had for food. Having some coins in my bob gives me some bartering leverage if shtf. I keep a few bills in my bag too.

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Thursday, January 6th, 2011 2012 Survival 27 Comments

Bug Out Boat UDPATE – Urban Survival

Here’s the latest version of my bug out boat. My rendition of an urban coracle. It’s lightweight, stable and easy to use.

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Wednesday, January 5th, 2011 2012 Survival 25 Comments

Coghlan’s Survival Kit Review

I used a Coghlan’s survival kit as the platform on which to build my Bug Out Bag. They’ve got many of the basic items necessary, so modifying them is easy. Coghlan’s Survival Kit is designed to meet the needs of individuals or small groups in most survival situations. Includes the Survival Guide, a concise booklet containing many helpful suggestions for surviving in the wilderness. Coghlan’s Survival Kit Coghlan’s Survival Kit Contents: * Emergency blanket. * waterproof matches. * signal whistle. * 2 firesticks. * 12 hr. lightstick. * pencil. * notepad. * salt packet. * 4 antiseptic pads. * 4-1×3″ bandages. * 4-3/8×1-1/2″ bandages. * 2×3″ elastic patch bandage. * 3×3″ sterile pad. * 2-4″ adhesive strips. * compass. * poncho. * signal mirror. * 50′ orange trail tape. * 10′ snare wire. * 2 razor blades. * needle. * spool of thread. * 2 safety pins. * 12′ nylon rope. * 30′ fishing line. * 2 fish hooks. * 2 sinkers. * 7″x10″ waterproof pouch. * 35′ nylon cord. * reusable 8×12″ PVC pouch. * 5 hr. candle.

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Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010 2012 Survival 15 Comments