Soldier Story 1/6th scale NSW (Naval Special Warfare) Winter Warfare Marksman 12" figure

The United States Naval Special Warfare Development Group (NSWDG), commonly known as DEVGRU or SEAL Team Six, is the U.S. Navy component of the Joint Special Operations Command. It is often referred to within JSOC as Task Force Blue. DEVGRU is administratively supported by Naval Special Warfare Command and operationally commanded by the Joint Special Operations Command. Despite the official name changes, “SEAL Team Six” remains the unit’s widely recognized moniker. It is sometimes referred to in the U.S. media as a Special Mission Unit.

Soldier Story 1/6th scale NSW (Naval Special Warfare) Winter Warfare “Marksman” 12-inch figure features – HEADGEAR: Winter balaclava, Oakley canopy snow goggles, Opscore blk carbon helemt (snow camo spray), S&S Precision V-Lite (red), Princeton Tec charge MPLS helmet light, AN/PVS 15 NVG, NVG compass, Wilcox L4G24 NVG mount. HEAD SCULPT: Modern Navy SEAL life-like head sculpt. BODY: S2.5 body, Bare weapon hand (1 Pair), Bare feet (1 Pair). UNIFORM: Halys PCU L7 jacket type 1, Halys PCU L7 pants type 1, VertxOverwhite suit, VertxOverwhite trousers, Brown T-shirt, Inner white pants, Asolo hiking boots (sewing/grey). TAC GEAR: Tactical concealment viper hood (snow camo spray), Moss dreadlocks, Snow camo fabric straps, NSW contract swimmer cut less than overt carrier (frog skull printed), EI AOR1 MPCR muti-purpose molle chest rig (snow camo spray), EI AOR1 radio pouch (snow camo spray), EI AOR1 kydex insert 5.56/9mm magazine pouch (snow camo spray), EI AOR1 kydex insert 5.56 magazine pouch (snow camo spray), EI AOR1 winter hand warmer sleeve pouch (snow camo spray), EI AOR1 M14/SR25 7.62 magazine pouch (snow camo spray) x 2, LBT AOR1 M4 magazine pouch (snow camo spray) x 2, LBT AOR1 9mm magazine pouch custom knife sheath (snow camo spray), LBT AOR1 NVG pouch (snow camo spray), AOR1 medic utility pouch (snow camo spray), Eberlestock rifle backpack (snow camo spray), Eberlestock scope cover & crown protector (snow camo spray), Digital snow camo backpack cover, OR AOR1 water bottle pouch (snow camo spray), OR Hiking gaiter (1 pair), Hydration tube /w snow fabric cover, Hydration pouch (plastic), Swimmer armor plate x 2, EMT Scissors (yellow), Carabiner, Tourniquet rubber band, Velket tourniquet, Yellow light stick (short) x 4, SOG SEAL pup tactical knife, Snow walking traction cleats (1 pair), Mechanix snow camo gloved weapon hand (1 pair), Cigar

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WEAPON: MK25 Sig P226 pistol, P226 9mm magazine x 2, Mec-Gar P226 base pad magazine, SF X300 weapon light, SF X300 weapon light DG remote switch, MK18 mod1 assault rifle (snow camo spray), DD RISII handguard (snow camo spray), SF SOCOM 5.56 suppressor (snow camo spray), SF SOCOM 5.56 4 prong flash hider (snow camo spray), Insight WMX200 weapon light (snow camo spray), CQD QD sling mount (snow camo spray), Tango down vertical grip (snow camo spray), LA5 laser pointer (snow camo spray), LA5 laser pointer remote switch (snow camo spray), KAC taupe front flip sight 99051 (snow camo spray), Matech rear adjustable flip-up sight, EOTEC EXP2 red-dot weapon sight (snow camo spray), LMT crane stock (snow camo spray), LBT AOR1 weapon sling, M4 5.56 magazine x 4, Magpul 5.56 PMAG (snow camo spray), FN MK17 SCAR assault rifle marksman setting (snow camo spray), FN MK17 SCAR 20” sniper barrel (snow camo spray), FN MK17 SCAR 7.62 suppressor (snow camo spray), FN MK17 SCAR 7.62 10RD magazine (snow camo spray), FN MK17 SCAR 7.62 20RD magazine x 5, NIGHTFORCE NSX rifle scope / mount (snow camo spray), Harris 6”-9” standard bipods (snow camo spray), LA5 laser pointer (snow camo spray), LA5 laser pointer remote switch (snow camo spray), Larue CQB angled TI mount (snow camo spray), Aimpoint T1 red-dot sight (snow camo spray), Sniper data sheet

COMMUNICATION: PRC-148 maritimeradio, PRC-148 antenna, TEA 10pin PTT (snow camo spray), Invisio blk M3 headset (snow camo spray)

PATCH SET: IR blk/ white US flag right hand velcro patch, IR blk/ white US flag left hand velcro patch, Skull embroidered velcro patch, KC1 call sign velcro patch

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Mini Times 1/6th scale US Navy SEAL Winter Combat Training 12-inch action figure preview posted on my toy blog HERE
SEAL Team 6: The Ones Resonsible For Osama Bin Laden’s Demise – pics HERE
Action Figure Review of ACE 1/6th scale US Navy DevGru CQC Operator 12-inch figure posted HERE

[12 Pack] Special Forces Army Combat SWAT Soldier Action Figures with Military Weapons and Accessories (4-Inches)

The ultimate battle mega pack. Set of 12 Different Special Forces Combat Soldier Action Figures. Launch tactical missions into enemy territory and defend your position. Detailed Plastic Figures with Movable Joints and Different Poses. Weapons and Accessories included. 1/18 Scale Toy Figures – Each Measures Approx. 4″ Tall. Suitable for children over 3 years old

Product Features

  • Set of 12 Different Special Forces Combat Soldier Action Figures
  • Detailed Plastic Figures with Movable Joints and Different Poses
  • Unique Weapons and Accessories included with Each Soldier
  • 1/18 Scale Toy Figures – Each Measures Approx. 4″ Tall
  • Suitable for children over 3 years old

Action Figures Army Men Soldier Bucket Playset with Tanks, Planes, Flags & More!

Army Men Playset with 124 pcs. Set includes four flags (Americans, British, Germans, and Japanese), lots of Army men in different colors, loads of vehicles, tanks, jets, planes and more! Nice quality and detail! Great gift for kids! Great Army Men collectible.

Product Features

  • Bucket of Army Men 124 pcs (USA, Britain, Germany, Japan)
  • Army Men, Tanks, Jets, Fighter Planes, Flags, and More!
  • Size: Army Men Figures Stand up to 2-1/8 inches tall (54mm)
  • Packaging: Clear Plastic Bucket with Handle
  • Colors: USA (Green), Great Britain (Blue), Germany (Grey), Japan (Pink)

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Review 1: Hot Toys MMS241 Captain America: TWS 1/6 scale Winter Soldier Collectible Figure

This was part of my November 2014 haul (see previous post HERE)

James Buchanan “Bucky” Barnes, was created by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby as a sidekick character in Captain America Comics #1 (cover-dated March 1941), published by Timely Comics (Marvel’s 1940s predecessor). Decades later, the original Bucky was brought back from supposed death as the Winter Soldier, and even as Captain America when Steve Rogers was presumed to be dead.

Sebastian Stan portrays Bucky in the feature film Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) and the Winter Soldier in Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014). As Steve Rogers’ best friend, who has re-emerged as an enhanced brainwashed assassin after being thought killed in action during World War II, Bucky is now the Winter Soldier.

In the trailers for the film, one of the most memorable moments was when Captain America (Steve Rogers) hurls his shield at the Winter Soldier to try and stop him from getting away after he has “killed” Nick Fury. He turns and stops the shield in mid flight with his metal arm. It tells of the intense conflict and battle that is to follow. At that point, we still didn’t know who the Winter Soldier was (although those of us who have read the comic books already know the answer to that question).
This is the recently released Hot Toys MMS241 Captain America: The Winter Soldier 1/6th scale Sebastian Stan as Bucky / Winter Soldier Collectible Figure (Note: 1/6 shield NOT included. Used for photography purposes)

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The Hot Toys Winter Soldier packaging is standard as with all of Hot Toys’ other releases. In the past, Hot Toys did try to be creative with their box packaging. An example was the Hot Toys MMS82 Movie Masterpiece Series 1/6 scale Johnny Depp as Edward Scissorhands fully pose-able action figure (check out the pictures HERE). Nowadays, you just lift the lid / cover and the figure with his accessories is found inside, but not before a card that displays an actual picture of the figure in full bleed which is placed over the tray holding the figure and accessories.
Here’s the 12-inch Winter Soldier collectible figure with all the 1/6 scale accessories. That’s a lot of accessories. I don’t remember Hot Toys including so many accessories with their figure for a while now. One of the Hot Toys figures that came with a lot of accessories was the Blade II collectible figure that was released in 2010. You can see the review and pictures posted earlier in my toy blog HERE.
Hot Toys MMS241 Captain America: The Winter Soldier 1/6th scale Winter Soldier Collectible Figure specially features: Authentic and detailed likeness of Sebastian Stan as Winter Soldier in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. One (1) newly sculpted head with movie-accurate facial expression and make-up. One (1) interchangeable masked head. One (1) hair sculpt interchangeable on both head sculpts with Movie-accurate facial expression with detailed wrinkles and skin texture. Each piece of head sculpt is specially hand-painted. Approximately 31 cm tall Body with over 30 points of articulations. Metal-like left arm with red star emblem. Four (4) pairs of interchangeable palms (left with glove) including: One (1) pair of fists, One (1) pair of relaxed palms, One (1) pair of palms for holding weapons, One (1) pair open palms. 
Always read the instructions included before doing anything else with the figure. You don’t want to damage the figure after spending your hard earned money on it. Enjoy the figure, don’t regret the purchase. Click on the pictures for a better enlarged view of the instructions / Dos and Don’ts.
1/6 scale weapons included with this Hot Toys 12-inch Winter Soldier collectible figure: Colt M4A1 assault rifle fitted with M203A1 grenade launcher, Intratec TEC-38 Over Under Pistol (two tone nickel plated version), SIG-Sauer P226R pistol with magazine removed, two M203 HE grenades, one M4 rifle magazine, FN Mk13 grenade launcher – aka remote bomb launcher (modified to fire magnetic disc-shaped explosive charge, displayed on the right of the launcher in picture below), CZ Vz. 61 E Skorpion submachine gun, COP 357 Derringer – .357 Magnum, two combat knives / daggers, one spike.
Hot Toys MMS241 Captain America: The Winter Soldier 1/6th scale Sebastian Stan as Bucky / Winter Soldier 12-inch Collectible Figure (with unmasked head sculpt) complete with weapons sheathed and holstered on his person. His costume consists of: One (1) black leather-like top with embossed pattern, One (1) pair of black pants with holsters, One (1) black belt with pouches, One (1) black chest holster for his SMG, One (1) pair of black boots. Hot Toys warns: The outfit, belt and weapon holsters are non-detachable. Don’t try to take them off!
The Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) can be seen with what appears to be a holstered stainless steel / nickel plated SIG-Sauer P226. The left holster is a custom thigh holster designed specifically for the P226 pistol
The 1/6th scale CZ Vz. 61 E Skorpion submachine gun is carried on the back of his armored vest in a specially designed bracket. The two combat knives are sheathed on the belt of his lower back. He also carries the two M203 grenade rounds on his belt.
The Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) can be seen with the holstered COP 357 Derringer (top) and Intratec TEC-38 Pistol (bottom) on a custom right thigh holster holding two pistols as well as a sheath for his spike (located in front of the pistols).
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A closer and better view of the holstered stainless steel / nickel plated SIG-Sauer P226 pistol in the custom left thigh holster. The pouches on his belt cannot be opened.
Another view of the CZ Vz. 61 E Skorpion submachine gun carried on the back of his armored vest and the two combat knives sheathed on his lower back.
Holstered COP 357 Derringer (top) and Intratec TEC-38 Pistol (bottom) on a custom right thigh holster holding two pistols as well as a sheath for his spike (located in front of the pistols)
Check out the knee pads and cool pair of boots
Other 1/6 scale accessories included with this Hot Toys 12-inch Winter Soldier figure: interchangeable masked head, Figure display stand with Winter Soldier nameplate and the movie logo, One (1) pair of goggles, extra pose-able hands (four normal right hands and three gloved hands)
Here are some pictures of Hot Toys 12-inch Winter Soldier collectible figure (with alternate 1/6th scale masked head sculpt) stopping Captain America’s shield in mid flight with his metal arm. The metal hand for grasping the shield is included with the figure.

NEXT: Hot Toys MMS241 Captain America: The Winter Soldier 1/6th scale Sebastian Stan as Bucky / Winter Soldier Collectible Figure armed with his weapons. An assassin has to do what an assassin does.

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Marvel Captain America Super Soldier Gear Battle Helmet

Gear up just like your favorite patriotic Avenger with the Battle Helmet! This high-tech helmet looks like the one Captain America wears and its light-up battle vision lets you seek out the villains. But when you find them, you’ll have the rocket launcher to take them out! You can attach the Recon Rangefinder and the Dual shot Gauntlet (other gear sold separately) for even more battle advantage. Unleash a rocket blast at the foes of justice with your Battle Helmet! Marvel products are produced by Hasbro under license from Marvel Characters B.V.

Product Features

  • Battle Helmet has light-up battle vision
  • Connect additional gear (sold separately)
  • Helmet includes rocket launcher
  • Includes helmet and 2 missiles

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Captain America Marvel Super Soldier Gear Stealth Fire Shield Toy

Gear up just like your favorite patriotic Avenger with the Stealth fire Shield toy. This superhero shield attaches to your arm so you can fend off any villain’s attacks, just like Captain America does. But it’s also your secret weapon, because it fires missiles from its hidden launcher. You can even attach the Dual shot Gauntlet (sold separately) to the shield for even more battle advantage. Turn the tables on evildoers with a surprise rocket blast from the Stealth fire Shield toy. Marvel products are produced by Hasbro under license from Marvel Characters B.V.

Product Features

  • Stealth fire Shield toy fires 4 darts up to 20 feet
  • Pull the handle to fire darts at the enemy
  • Connect additional Super Soldier Gear (sold separately)
  • Includes dart blaster and 4 darts

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November 2014 Haul: Hot Toys 1/6 Winter Soldier, Funko Pop! Jim Raynor & Marvel chibi

It’s already coming to the end of the year 2014 and there isn’t very much to share of my early November 2014 Haul: there’s Hot Toys MMS241 “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” 1/6th scale Winter Soldier 12-inch Collectible Figure, Funko StarCraft II Jim Raynor Marine Suit Pop! Vinyl Figure and Marvel Chibi mini figures. Not much to shout about but I’m really digging the Hot Toys 1/6 scale Winter Soldier, played by Sebastian Stan in the movie. We know now that the Winter Soldier is really James Buchanan “Bucky” Barnes, Steve Rogers’ best friend, who has re-emerged as an enhanced brainwashed assassin after being thought killed in action during World War II.

Other non-1/6 scale stuff: Funko StarCraft II Jim Raynor Marine Suit Pop! Vinyl Figure and Marvel Chibi mini figures. Why? Because they were just too cute to resist and they are FUN to look at. Plus they don’t really take up a lot of space, space that is needed for more 12-inch figures.

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Hot Toys MMS241 “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” 1/6th scale Winter Soldier 12-inch Collectible Figure is a great addition to the Marvel line of figures Hot Toys has been producing. More of this figure in the reviews to follow. In the meantime, you can check out the preview pictures posted earlier in my toy blog HERE.
From the StarCraft II real-time strategy series from Blizzard, a revolutionary Terran has been given the Pop! Vinyl treatment with this StarCraft Jim Raynor Marine Suit Pop! Vinyl Figure! Jim Raynor stands 3 3/4-inches tall, and makes a great gift for children and adult collectors alike.
I really like these Funko Pop! vinyl figures because they are all extremely cute but decided against starting another line of collectibles / toys because space is a big issue in our household, especially since I’ve already filled it up with lots and lots of 12-inch figures and other stuff. While the word “space” gives the notion and idea of boundless and limitless expanse, real space is pretty much constrained and lacking in the world we live in, more so in Singapore where we live in small apartments that seem to be getting smaller as the years go by.
Still, I couldn’t resist not picking up this StarCraft II Jim Raynor Marine Suit Pop! Vinyl Figure because the design really stood out for me. This isn’t my first Funko Pop! figure. I also got the Funko Pop! Heroes Batman and Robin vinyl figures from the classic TV series back in January 2014 which I posted HERE.
Chibi (ちび or チビ) is a Japanese slang word meaning “short person” or “small child”. The word has gained currency among fans of manga and anime. Its meaning is of someone or some animal that is small. It can be translated as “little”, but is not used the same way as chiisana [小さな] (tiny, small, little in Japanese) but rather cute. In English-speaking anime and manga fandom (otaku), the term chibi has mostly been conflated with the “super deformed” style of drawing characters with oversized heads or it can be used to describe child versions of characters.
And these Marvel Chibi mini figures are too darn cute! Not sure who produced these as I got them loose and apparently these twelve form the complete set. See the picture below for the Avengers assembled (minus Hawkeye). More on these later 🙂
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier Minimates spring into action in a photo gallery

Additional images of Diamond Select Toys’ Captain America: The Winter Soldier Minimates have been turning up on the company’s Facebook page but now, for the first time, these photos have been placed within one convenient album.

The photo album for Marvel Minimates wave 55 (sold at comic book & specialty stores) includes some cool action photos (such as a leaping Batroc kicking Cap’s shield) as well as the expected conventional product images, packaging shots, and concept art.

The Minimates wave is currently hitting comic & specialty retail stores. Check out some highlights in the gallery or see the whole album on DST’s Facebook page.

[ Order the full at at Entertainment Earth ]

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Captain America: The Winter Soldier Review: Cap Grows Up

Of all the Marvel heroes we’ve thus far encountered, Steve Rogers has the greatest potential. From weakling to tough guy to Captain America and now finally a man ripped from time and thrust into the unimaginable, he’s the only one to have change from within but also visited upon him that he cannot fully cope with. And with Captain America: The Winter Soldier, we see that potential fulfilled with gripping themes, grounded yet attention-grabbing action, and actors that embody their franchise characters better than they ever have before.

Taking its place in the chronological order of the Marvel film universe, Cap has been dutifully working under S.H.I.E.L.D., as we see in the opening action sequence where he and Black Widow oversee a ship rescue. This opens up the complication of the film where it’s revealed that S.H.I.E.L.D., under the watchful eye (ha!) of Nick Fury and senior official Alexander Pierce, has been building three massive helicarriers. Acting largely as drones, they aim to be the greatest deterrent to terrorism with NSA-style oversight.

From the get-go, you can tell this is a much more mature version of our previously bubbly, cartoony Captain America: The First Avenger. In that one, we have a bad guy that pretty much looks like the devil while the patriotism dial is turned all the way up to Fuck Yeah. Here, we have a much more complex look at a very complicated man.

A visual nod towards this idea is Cap’s revised uniform, looking less like the stars and stripes interwoven with Kevlar and more like moderately zealous tactical gear. The whole film has a much more tempered flair to it, grounding the modern themes and making them much easier to take in. With NSA drama still in the news and the name Snowden still fresh on our tongues, it’s easy for this all to hit just a bit too close to home with its questions on security, freedom, and sacrifice.

This does lead to one of the few disappointments with the film, however. In the early parts of the film where The Winter Soldier is introduced, it appears that Cap is addressing both his physical and philosophical limitations. It’s an interesting thought because as an Avenger, he is one of the least physically capable while one of the more strategically viable. And in his own microcosm, he is the sole savior through both might and mind.

Now, as he encounters a metal-armed fellow who not only stops his signature shield throw and sends him reeling with a counterattack, could it be that he is now both irrelevant as a fighter and a leader? He potentially has found his match in a domain he should have secured and his ability to lead is already proven to be undermined with Fury’s own ostensibly personal agenda.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

This would have been a deliciously gritty theme for the movie to tackle, but instead it choice relevancy, which isn’t a bad choice, but it certainly highlights a failure to fulfill tangible potential. And then, towards the last half hour, it seems as if it remembered that, as a movie, it has to be a summer blockbuster. It eschews its nuanced and personalized characterization of freedom versus security and replaces it with explosions and general technofear.

Those explosions, however, are pretty damn great. In fact, as a direct consequence of the more subdued appeal of the film (along with directors Joe and Anthony Russo’s desire to infuse the movie with the sensibilities of a 1970s conspiracy thriller), the action feels more dire than ever before. Of any Marvel film thus far, the threats in The Winter Soldier feel dangerously real.

The first major fight on that opening ship sequence feels like serious trouble largely because you don’t see bombastic reaction shots and thrown bodies but because you see hits being taken and dished out with a balance of skill and savagery. It’s pretty fantastic. Part of it is also the incredible sound design. I don’t know what a vibranium shield would sound like getting stuck in concrete, but I imagine they got pretty close with this.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

You combine that with very real, non-digitized action and you get terrific sequences of head-rattling shenanigans. There’s a scene where Fury gets to shine on his own and the entire thing feels dramatic on a level that is pretty much sweat-inducing. Real cars getting blown up sans fireworks and a character who, without any sort of supernatural predilection to staying alive, is getting worked. The danger is real.

Of course, that can also be greatly attributed to the actors being thrown into these predicaments. Chris Evans as Captain America really pulls off the look of a man fully confident in his own abilities (that elevator scene, jeez) but unsure of where he sits in the world with them. And Scarlett Johansson as the Black Widow continues to bring a great blend of snark, seduction, and kicking ass.

Anthony Mackie is introduced as Falcon, and though his past is shamefully but understandably glossed over, Mackie manages to make just about everything he says the funniest thing in the movie while maintaining a gravitas greatly needed by a fellow counseling at the VA for PTSD. Of course Robert Redford as Alexander Pierce is great, bringing to mind his past political thriller in Three Days of the Condor.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

The Winter Soldier, though, is somewhat of a letdown. Naming his actor would be a spoiler, but comic fans already know what’s up, and they’re probably excited. Unfortunately, he’s mostly a conduit through which Cap has a more interesting physical match when really the backstory and implications thereof, while hinted at, are almost altogether missing. It’s understandable since it’s quite a dense bit of drama and history, but if you’re a comics fan, know going into this that you won’t be seeing the complications and resolution you would probably hope for. The portrayal, however, is quite menacing and well done.

In fact, there’s a general sense here that is unfortunately pervasive in all Marvel Cinematic Universe films have, which is that certain things are brought in and let go or squashed down in service of the greater goal, which is The Avengers: Age of Ultron. Characters are introduced for little to no reason and it has to bow to a canon not entirely its own while working towards one it will eventually be a part of. It doesn’t ruin anything here, but it certainly gives an oddly…strategic sheen to the proceedings.

It just can’t overtake the growth the film has imbued into our genial, ripped Captain. Matured to the point of addressing real, genuinely interesting themes and not simply clashing two action figures together to see if good can once again trump evil, this is an unseen but absolutely essential turn for the character. With incredible, slap-you-in-the-face action and a taut, darker story, Captain America: The Winter Soldier is definitely a movie worth seeing.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

+ Addresses modern concerns with a character made to embody and challenge our ideals
+ Real, gritty action that feels genuinely dangerous and full of consequence
+ Actors that understand how to highlight their character’s strengths and utility
+ Sound design during the action (and out of the action) is fantastic
– Disappointing follow-through on the concept of limitations and leadership

Final Score: 9 out of 10

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The Gamer’s Pub – Episode 151: Captain Of Thrones: The Winter Soldier Is Coming

Welcome to yet another amazing episode of The Gamers Pub with Steven Artlip (Steve519), and GUI J! Join us as we take you on an adventure full of Love, Beer, Games, and life lessons.

This weeks brews were: Biere D’Houglumont by Ommegang Brewery and Fire and Blood by Ommegang Brewery.

This Weeks New Releases Are:
Apr 14: Final Fantasy XIV Online: A Realm Reborn, Trials Fusion
Apr 15: Pure Chess (PS4), Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars (Vita)

What We’re Playing:
Steve: Mercenary Kings
GUI J: Mercenary Kings, Critter Crunch

Our topics this week include: Xbox One YouTube app lets users upload gameplay clips directly starting April 8, Xbox One Will Have An Official Xbox 360 Emulator When Microsoft Finishes ‘Thinking It Through,’ GameSpy Multiplayer Shutting Down, Hundreds of Games at Risk, Tropico 5 coming to PC next month, PS4 this fall, Bruce Lee Revealed as Playable Fighter in EA Sports UFC, Disney Infinity 2.0 to introduce Marvel Characters, WrestleMania, Game of Thrones, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Oldboy (2013 Remake of 2003 Asian film) Spike Lee and Josh Brolin, Nymphomaniac Vol.1 (Lars Von Trier), summer of movies, and so much more!

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