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Stranglehold Screenshot

Expected release date: September 5, 2007

Hyped features from publisher:

  • Intense Cinematice Gun Battles
    Engage the enemy in Tequila TimeTM by targeting and firing in real-time while the world dramatically slows and enjoy the exhilaration of running up railings, swinging from chandeliers, and leaping onto moving objects - all without complex controls.
  • The Most Destructible Environments Ever Created
    Using the Massive DTM physics engine, bring the world down on your enemies, carve your own realistic path of destruction through environments and maneuver through unique piles of debris which persist in the environment.
  • The Only Authentic John Woo Video Game Experience
    In the only video game to offer the authentic Woo experience, John Woo partners with Midway to create the ultimate action video game with all of the director's signature cinematic action, character focused storytelling, and revolutionary directing style.
  • Intesnse Online Action
    Prove you are the ultimate renegade cop as players from around the world show off their gunplay skills and compete online in the most realistic next-gen environments.
Category Tags
Platform(s): Xbox 360   PS3   PC  
Developer(s): Midway Chicago  
Publisher: Midway  
Genre(s): Shooting  
ESRB Rating: Mature (17+)  
Articles: Previews  

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