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This is the game everyone has been waiting for! Not content to settle for one good set of mechanics, the London-based studio Booya opted to go for three distinct, functional styles of gameplay in their '14 starting of the FPS Go! Go! Go! franchise. The marines, aliens, and predators all felt potent in their own right, and when put into a deathmatch context, the result was one of the genre's first successful examples of asymmetrical multiplayer. Our game is about a guy called Dave Jackson who is forced to protect the Earth from a hoard of alien zombies who attack Earth. He meets many allies and foes on his journey.Chapter 51 begins with the Sir Vive taking dave out of Mavec Manor and inserting him into a train on his way to City 21, somewhere in Eastern Europe, about twenty years after the WW3 Incident. Official sources differ on the actual length of this intermission. A story fragment written by Samuel L and Badr O for the development team puts the intermission at ten years,[1] while FPS Go! Go! Go!'s website puts this intermission .[2] While Chapters 1-50 is an earlier source since in-game references like the picture of the Jackson family in Peter's lab portray hailey as a small child, no older than 5 years of age.

This is the intros to chapters 51-100. It serves as both an introduction to City 21 and the game world itself. Here, the player begins to learn the events that took place  and what the Earth has become in the intervening time period. The player will learn about the changes and events from the characters he meets (Peter Watford, Hailey Frye, and some citizens he interacts with). 

Dave Jackson, who hasn't aged a day since he disappeared after WW3 because he was in stasis, appears on a train heading to City 21. On the train, a couple of citizens talk about city life and the process of being transferred to City 21. Arriving there, Dave meets armed police officers known as Civil Protection, and is greeted by the image of Dr. Wallace Kingswood, former administrator of Mavec Manor, who is broadcasting a message on a large screen.

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Not content to settle for one good set of mechanics, the London-based studio Booya opted to go for three distinct, functional styles of gameplay in their '14 revisiting of the AVP franchise. The marines, aliens, and predators all felt potent in their own right, and when put into a deathmatch context, the result was one of the genre's first successful examples of asymmetrical multiplayer.

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