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Get ready to put your racing gloves on and your bullet proof helmet. And don’t forget the flame resistant suit and skinny tie.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has officially launched the Spy Hunter reboot, developed by TT Fusion for PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS.
Just like the 1983 original, player will hop into the G-6155 Interceptor supercar as the “Agent,” using it’s arsenal of high tech weapons and gadgets to stop a global terrorist organization set on world domination.
The game has a branching mission system, allowing the player to go off road, on water, or over whatever kind of terrain stands in the way of the “Agent” as the Interceptor seamlessly transforms for the job at hand. As the game progresses, players will customize and upgrade the Interceptor, allowing for totally different play styles. Plus, for the first time, the “Agent” will have access to an unmanned aerial support drone to finally take the fight to the terrorists by assaulting enemy agent strongholds.
A new dynamic camera system and crash choreography, along with music by GRAMMY® Award nominated composer Ryan Shore (18 song soundtrack is available today from WaterTower Music at iTunes, Amazon MP3, and GameStop,) and you have a nice looking reboot. Now if only they had a fresh martini packed with each game…