This is the cutscences from Captain America Super Soldier story mode. I edited out the traveling scenes to make it more entertaining. Its also in 1 video instead of parts. Enjoy, its about the size of a full size movie.
The game begins in France in 1944, where two U.S. soldiers are getting attacked by HYDRA forces. Captain America arrives to save them and manages to fend off the Hydra forces before contacting Howard Stark with regards to the new threat.
While in communication with Peggy Carter, Captain America learns that the munitions recovered from the battle came from the mountains of Bavaria based on the rare metal used. Captain America is briefed on Project: Master Man and how Dr. Arnim Zola has unlocked the secrets of the human genome as one step towards immortality. He drops down in a village near the castle and disables anti-air forces so that the Invaders can enter the village. He then proceeds towards the armory in order to destroy the weapons before they are sold to the Nazis.
While Captain America makes his way through the enemy forces led by Baron Wolfgang Von Strucker, he is surprised by Strucker, who manages to knock him unconscious as they both fall from the exploding tower. Captain America is then taken to Zola's lab by Iron Cross and sees Madam Hydra give orders for an analysis of Captain America's shield. After a brief talk of how his blood was taken, Zola shows his new project involving more test subjects containing the Super Soldier Serum from the Captain's blood. He shortly breaks free and proceeds through the base to destroy the samples of Zola's experiments for an army of Super Soldiers. He learns that some of his friends are being held near his present location. As he makes his way to rescue Dum Dum Dugan and Falsworth, Zola's experimental Super Soldiers escape.
In the post-credits, Arnim Zola unplugs from his defeated Zola Bots. Red Skull orders him to get back to work, stating that they will be seeing Captain America again soon enough.
I will also make a Captain America Civil War Full Movie once they make a movie game based on it. The same thing goes for Marvel's Spider-Man 2017
Russian Translation: Капитан Америка гражданской войны полный фильм & Цаптаин Америца грађански рат Фулл Мовие & kòmandan Amerik gè sivil plen fim
French Translation: captain america guerre civile film
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This site provides links to random videos hosted at YouTube, with the emphasis on random.
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