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Post by Dan @ 11:59am 06/03/09 | 1 Comments
WBIE sends word that a playable demo for Wanted: Weapons of Fate - the belated video game compliment to the 2008 film starring Angelina Jolie - is now available from both the Xbox Live Marketplace and the PlayStation Network.
Wanted: Weapons of Fate is an intense, action-thriller that takes combat to a new level with iconic techniques and moves drawn directly from the film — such as “Curving Bullets” and “Assassin Time” — as well as an innovative, multi-layered cover mechanic. Picking up the action where the film left off, players continue the story of hero Wesley Gibson to create an entirely new chapter of the Wanted mythology in which they will explore both Wesley’s journey to becoming an unmatched überassassin and the epic fiction of “The Fraternity."
Players of the demo can expect the first 2 stages of the Airplane level as well as a tutorial component.

More details and media available on our Wanted: Weapons of Fate game page.












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RUFiO
Posted 07:18pm 06/3/09
Pretty average.
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