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'The Last Job' (PS2/Xbox) Revealed

by Rainier on June 7, 2004 @ 12:15 p.m. PDT

Does crime really pay? There’s only one way to find out in Acclaim Entertainment’s The Last Job. Control a crew of four criminals and steal as much as possible in a series of frantic heists. Play every aspect of each heist by controlling four diverse criminals and interact with your own performance in this new and unique way to commit crimes. The action is high, locations are varied and the plan is simple: “Get in, Get out … Get away with it!” - What could possibly go wrong? A lot if you’re nothing more than a petty thief!

The Last Job is a 3rd person action adventure game which puts you in control of a crew of four talented criminals each with their own skills. The task: To steal as much as possible.

Four criminals, one player and no mistakes.

Motivated by revenge, the crew are going to steal huge amounts of money. You must confront security guards, police, S.W.A.T. and gangsters in a series of explosive scenarios, from ripping off warehouses to robbing yachts, to raiding race track sorting rooms to clearing out exhibitions.

The Last Job introduces a new way to commit crime – Parallel Play – where each job is split into “phases” allowing you to play as all of the crew members and to interact with your own performances. If you don’t guard the foyer well, you’ll have little time to hack the vault. If you don’t hack the vault quickly, you’ll have little time to grab what you came for.

Play every role, feel every shot... take every thing.

The Last Job is about all-out action – diving over desks, taking cover behind filing cabinets and the hail of gun fire will smash tiles, shatter monitors and destroy desks. Laying down suppressing fire will keep them back, but for how long? However, The Last Job is not just about combat. You’ll be sneaking in, sniping, safe-cracking, setting explosives, hacking, double-crosses, chases and lots, lots more.

And that’s just what we can tell you right now. Over the coming months more revolutionary features will be disclosed. But, for now, they’re in the vault...

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