NEWS - Monday, March 31, 2003


Spy Hunter 2 Is Coming To Xbox

HIGHLY ANTICIPATED SPYHUNTER 2 CONTINUES GLOBAL INTRIGUE WITH ALL-NEW INTERCEPTOR, MORE WEAPONS AND SEXY FEMALE AGENT The Unique World of SpyHunter Expands in SpyHunter 2, Featuring an All-New Devastatingly Powerful and Customizable G-8155 Interceptor with Brand-New Vehicle Transformations. CHICAGO – March 31, 2003 – Midway Games Inc., a leading software industry publisher and developer, announced today that SpyHunter 2, the high-speed, mission-based, action/combat racing game is scheduled to ship in fall 2003 for the PlayStation2 computer entertainment system, the Xbox video game system from Microsoft and Nintendo GameCube. SpyHunter 2 is a powerful progression in the mission to save the world from the sinister grip of the global criminal terrorist group, Nostra. SpyHunter 2 features an all-new, extremely powerful and customizable G-8155 Interceptor with new vehicle transformations such as an off-road 4-wheel drive vehicle, an off-road motorcycle and a snow ski. In addition, the gameplay includes upgradable offensive and defensive weaponry, as players fend off enemy vehicles throughout massive levels set across enormous regions. A new mysterious, sexy female agent has also been added to the mix to increase the intensity of SpyHunter 2’s fast-paced action. “SpyHunter 2 defines the next level of high-speed, mission-based action/combat racing,” said Helene Sheeler, vice president of marketing, Midway. SpyHunter 2 introduces an all-new terrorist threat and it is up to Alec Sects to command the world’s most sophisticated super spy vehicle to save the world. Exclusive weaponry such as an auto- tracking turret and an indestructible armored shield are combined with landmines and oil slicks for an impressive defense that will immerse gamers in 16 action-packed levels set across four gigantic regions. Each region is interactive and dynamic, allowing players to choose their own paths and fight against giant end-of-mission bosses, including eight all-new Nostra/Phoenix enemies. The excitement also continues with the latest version of the Interceptor’s online computer, Leonie 2.0, designed to aid in mission-critical tactics and information.
Source: http://www.midway.com/

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