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The game puts players in the role of an elite super soldier, fighting on the front lines of a near-future war using unique weapons, abilities and high-tech gadgetry that inject depth and variety to gameplay.
Chalkboards and traditional whiteboards should be available along with the fancy gadgetry.
A media room filled with DVD players, game stations, and all sorts of high-tech gadgetry.
The fishermen are using VHF radio reports, thermal sensors, sonar and other gadgetry to tell them exactly where the tuna are.
She claims that from 1840-1869 housing reformers' ideas about appropriate plumbing originated in the American fascination with gadgetry and the antebellum spirit of independence, democratization, and national betterment through self-betterment.
Massive consumer spending will follow, not only for electronic gadgetry but for decent housing, private automobiles, leisure trips, more refined foodstuffs - all that consumers in rich countries can and will pay for.
We could think of no better opportunity to expose the consumer electronics industry to Edgetech's breakthrough product than during the world's largest collection of cutting edge gadgetry this week at its biggest annual trade show," commented Edgetech CEO, Lev Parnas.
I know many who do and without the stimulus of gadgetry.
However camping isn't all high tech gadgetry nowadays, as almost 70 per cent of respondents said that they can go without their mobile phones when escaping on a camping or caravanning break.
There's a little bit of electronic gadgetry thrown in for good measure and overall it's a very good track.
Visually a significant improvement with realtime damage, there is a greater sense of variation between missions and plenty of neat gadgetry.
Meanwhile, Suzi challenges Karen Pickering to a few quick lengths in the pool with the help of some top-of-therange gadgetry.