Criminals on High Alert as ?Crackdown? Goes Gold

Microsoft Game Studios announces that its action title "Crackdown" has gone gold. From developer Realtime Worlds and the mind of acclaimed creator, Dave Jones, "Crackdown" is poised to raid retail throughout the UK on 23rd February.

Boasting an immersive ? and highly explosive ? three-dimensional world in which players can rain down justice from rooftop to road, "Crackdown" offers gamer the opportunity to take down the gangs of Pacific City in a massive, single-player campaign or with a friend over the title's cooperative mode via Xbox Live.

Those gamers anxious to get an early glimpse at the title will be able to enjoy the "Crackdown" demo available through Xbox Live Marketplace this month. And, as previously announced, "Crackdown" fans will be offered a special bonus with the purchase of each specially-marked copy ? access to the coveted "Halo 3" Multiplayer Beta program.

From Realtime Worlds, "Crackdown" pushes the action-driving hybrid genre into the next generation with the first ever truly 3-D playground. Gamers will level up their Agent's strength, agility, firearms, explosives and driving skills while scaling the fully vertical world of "Crackdown." This 15 bbfc rated game incorporates revolutionary co-op gameplay throughout the entire freeform campaign. Creating a volatile cocktail of judicial oppression, players will clean up the streets of a truly interactive world when "Crackdown" hits store shelves.

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