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1st October, 2003
PC, PS2, Xbox, GC
Many Will Die for the Cause... Recruit Accordingly
In our nation's darkest hour, Americans cry out for a hero to free a war-torn New York City from invading forces. Liberate our country's greatest city as Christopher Stone, your average New Yorker with a fist of steel.
Stone evolves into a fearless warrior as he takes the war to the streets and alleys of the Big Apple. They've taken away our Freedom... now it's time to take it back.
EA Classics Edition, the same version as those that are sold in stores in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. The software and the manual are exactly the same as any other English language edition; only the packaging differs from the UK/US versions. Comes in a jewel-case with a slip-case. Manual on CD.
- Intense 3rd-person action from the makers of Hitman 2.
- A unique "Recruit and Command" system lets you lead up to 12 freedom fighters into battle.
- Wield an arsenal of machine guns, Molotov cocktails, and other tools of the revolution.
- Interconnected missions mean the war waged in one level affects the battle in another.
Developed by IO-Interactive, creators of the Hitman series (Hitman Blood Money, Hitman Contracts - BAFTA Award 2005, Hitman 2 Silent Assassin and Hitman Codename 47), Kane & Lynch: Dead Men and Freedom Fighters - Gamespot Best Game Soundtrack 2003.
PC System Requirements
Windows XP/ME/2000/98 733MHz Pentium III or comparable 128Mb RAM 32Mb AGP video card with one of the supported chipsets 650Mb harddisk space (plus space for saved games, Windows swap-file and DirectX)
Supported Video Cards
Nvidia GeForce or higher ATI Radeon or higher Note: The game requires support for Hardware T&L (Transform and Lighting). Hardware T&L lets the 3D chip do the power hungry floating point calculations that make a scene out of a 3D world ('transforming'), remove the objects that are outside of the viewing range ('clipping') and give each vertex a light vector after computing the 3D-scene and its light sources ('lighting'.) Most integrated video chips do not support Hardware T&L.