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ZOOM XIII
$19.95 (Win98/Me/2000/XP) (DVD Case) (XIIIPR)

Publisher: UbiSoft

ESRB Rating: Teen (12+) -

You Can Trust No One!

A man wakes up on a beach. He has no recollection of who he is. He sets off in search of his past. His only clues are the number 13 tattooed on his collarbone and the key to a safety-deposit box in one of New York's most prestigious banks.

The passport he finds in the safe at the bank reveals his identity. His name is Steve Rowland and he's a Captain in the United States army. Moments after making this discovery, he's arrested by Colonel Amos, director of the FBI's anti-terrorist department and accused of the murder of William Sheridan, the 43rd president of the United States. In evidence, he's shown the enlargement of a snapshot in which he appears holding a sniper's rifle. The weapon is aimed at the presidential cortège. Despite this exhibit, in his heart of hearts he knows he's no murderer. All the same, when killers tried to eliminate him he was surprised to find he has the reflexes of an elite commando.

Wanted by all the cops in New York State and hunted down by The Mongoose , the amnesiac seems doomed to a choice of death or prison. But XIII hasn't counted on the unexpected assistance of Major Jones, a young female soldier who helps him flee through the city of New York. During their escape, this foxy lady reveals to XIII that he's a secret agent working for General Carrington. Carrington is a nonconformist officer who is conducting a counter-inquiry into the presidential assassination but he was arrested and confined in an isolated military base in the Appalachian Mountains. When XIII realizes that General Carrington is the only one who can shed light on his past, he sets off to find him with Jones.

Features:

So Much Style It's Criminal Graphic novel presentation, flashback graphics and pop-up windows create a groundbreaking entry into the genre. XIII marshals the power of Unreal II technology and unique comic-style visuals.

Groundbreaking Gameplay Experience innovative gameplay based on comic-style effects (e.g. sound of footsteps graphically represented by the words "tap, tap, tap" on the screen to allow you to detect enemies around the corner) as well as a wide variety of more classic gameplay (e.g. cunning use of human shields, silent weapons, handy gadgets, etc.).To survive, you'll master techniques ranging from covert infiltration to heavy combat as you battle sinister conspiratorial forces.

The Ultimate Conspiracy Unravel a whirlwind conspiracy plot that shrouds your identity, the president's assassination and the future of the United States in mystery.

A Deadly and Original Arsenal of Weapons Handle a dizzying array of weapons that includes silent crossbows, precision sniper rifles and lethal automatic weapons as well as chairs, bottles, ashtrays and shovels… Every object is a potential weapon!!

Online multiplayer action Square off against other players in innovative online multiplayer modes - one exclusive to each format - along with classic modes such as Capture the Flag and Deathmatch.

Requirements:

Windows 98/Me/2000/XP: Processor: 700 MHz Pentium III or equivalent. Operating System: Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000, and Windows XP. Memory: 128 MB of RAM. Controls: Keyboard and mouse. Drives: 120 MB of free space on hard disc. Video:3D accelerator video card with DirectX® 8.1 support and 32 MB of video memory minimum. Sound: DirectX®-compatible 16- bit sound card.

Recommended System Requirements Computer: 1 GHz processor or better. Memory: 256 MB of RAM. Video: 3D accelerator video card with DirectX® 8.1 support and 64 MB of video memory minimum. .




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