Hidden And Dangerous 2

Platform(s): Arcade, Game Boy Advance, GameCube, Nintendo DS, PC, PSOne, PSP, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox, Xbox 360
Genre: Action

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'Hidden and Dangerous 2' Has Shipped To Stores

by Rainier on Oct. 23, 2003 @ 9:51 a.m. PDT

"With Hidden & Dangerous 2, Illusion Softworks has created the ultimate World War II tactical action game," said Graeme Struthers, Vice President of Gathering. "The game takes the innovative squad-based tactical strategy game play from the original Hidden & Dangerous, and builds upon it with an improved graphics engine, highly-detailed environments, and accurately-modeled weapons and vehicles from the WWII era. The game is incredible it its ambition, detail and execution."

About Hidden & Dangerous 2

Hidden & Dangerous 2 puts you in charge of a squad of lethal SAS troopers. Set over European, African and Asian continents and reflecting the theaters of war where the SAS operated, Hidden & Dangerous 2 will be every bit as groundbreaking as the original game.

In more than 20 missions, from the desolate winter of the Arctic to the searing heat of the Libyan Desert, Hidden & Dangerous 2 will immerse the player through both single and multi-play in the ranks of the SAS as you battle the armed forces of Hitler, Mussolini and the Japanese Empire.

In Hidden & Dangerous 2, players can:

  • Fight over 20 single player missions in Campaign, Lone Wolf or Carnage modes.
  • Battle across Africa, Asia, The Arctic, Western & Central Europe.
  • Engage in combat with over 40 weapons and over 20 vehicles.
  • Face German, Italian and Japanese forces.
  • Engage in multi-player combat with three distinct modes with up to 32 players.

For more information on this title, visit www.hidden-and-dangerous.com

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