from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A European creeping herb (Cymbalaria muralis) with palmately lobed leaves and solitary, pale purple flowers.
However, this is not, given Haldeman as an editor, a kill-'em-all marines in space sort of thing.
But they're perfectly aware that in the real world, this macho kill-'em-all carnage achieves precisely nothing.
God-sanctioned super-awesomeness of mighty America and its super-awesome, kill-'em-all military greatness, a huge "Mission Accomplished" banner fluttering behind him?
After a full-bodied level of character customization - a screen I spent much time and contemplation on, marveling at the cross-dressing options that the game doesn't even bat an eye towards - I'm thrust haphazardly into the kill-'em-all Stilwater sandbox.
's ... let us call it focus ... it tries manfully to top that film's berserker, kill-'em-all climax in a siege on Garza's palace, with a body count good for a High Score in
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